2018 Regular Season vs Kansas City - The November Super Bowl
1984 Regular Season vs Houston - E.D. Breaks the Record
1990 Divisional Round vs New York - Headed for the Locker Room
2019 Conference Championship vs New Orleans - The Leg
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2018 Regular Season
The November Super Bowl
Los Angeles vs Kansas City
54 - 51
19 November, 2018
The 2018 St. Louis and Kansas City teams were some of the most high-powered offenses the league has ever seen. When the two met in November, it turned into what is called the greatest regular season game in history and what football fans everywhere wanted to see replay in the Super Bowl that year.
1984 Regular Season
E.D. Breaks the Record
Los Angeles vs Houston
27 - 16
9 December, 1984
“People talk about the greatest runners — some say Walter is the best, some say O.J., some may say me, some say Jim Brown. I just say, I’m good.” Well, for being "just good", Eric Dickerson's single-season rushing record still stands today since 1984 at 2,105 yards and may never be broken.
1990 Divisional Round
Headed for the Locker Room
Los Angeles vs New York
19 - 13
7 January, 1990
In a divisional round matchup against Dallas, the game went to overtime where Flipper Anderson would catch a 30 yard pass game-winning for the game winning score. After crossing into the endzone, he famously kept running straight through the tunnel and into the locker room.
2019 Conference Championship
Los Angeles vs New Orleans
26 - 23
20 January, 2019
They had done it. Los Angeles had reached another Super Bowl so shortly after relocating back to L.A. An overtime conference championship game and it was decided by Greg Zuerlein nailing a huge 57-yard field goal to book Los Angeles' place in the Super Bowl. One of the best posteason kicks ever.