Los Angeles racked up a franchise playoff-record 273 yards on the ground - also the most ever allowed in the postseason by the Cowboys, who were playing in their NFL-record 63rd postseason game.
The fallout from this loss won't be fully realized until the sting is gone, but sweeping changes aren't expected in Dallas after a resurrection from 3-5 saw the Cowboys within a few plays of the NFC Championship Game.
"That defense didn't play that way today", Elliott said.
The Los Angeles Lakers' star claims to be a big Dallas Cowboys fan. The Rams last played during Week 17, where they beat the 49ers 48-32. Though Dallas picked up a narrow Wild Card round win over the Seattle Seahawks to begin the playoffs, they were unable to progress any further, running into the brick wall that is the Los Angeles Rams backfield of Todd Gurley and C.J. Anderson. He was supposed to run all over the Rams, but that didn't happen.More news: Andy Murray’s career recognised with Wimbledon statue
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Terrell Owens didn't hold back after the Cowboys fell to the Rams on Saturday in the the divisional round of the playoffs.
Ahead 23-15 in the fourth quarter, Rams head coach Sean McVay chose to go for it on a fourth-and-goal from the Dallas 1-yard line, and the gamble paid off. Anderson's second touchdown run made it 30-15 with 7:16 remaining. Prescott added the Cowboys' final TD on a 1-yard run with 2:11 remaining.
"Even when we were in three-receiver sets they were in base, so they were committed to stopping our running game", Garrett said. "They did a great job of just winning the battle up front".