Following a 37-27 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday afternoon — a game that featured an all-out brawl resulting in three ejections — emotions and tempers were still hot inside the St. Louis Rams locker-room. And while a handful of players tried to dismiss the events of the game, others, like Rams safety T.J. McDonald, were not interested in allowing cooler heads to prevail.
"He was just doing a little extra. … so I put a little extra stuff on him to let him know I'm here," McDonald said of Odell Beckham Jr. "I mean, I know he's a good player and everything, but he's the only player they've got. Period."
McDonald went on to add that he felt disrespected when Beckham Jr. spun the ball in the endzone after his touchdown — something he's done after nearly every score this season — and, as a result, the Rams defense wanted to make sure he "felt them" the rest of the game.
Meanwhile, defensive end William Hayes, who was the sole Ram ejected from the game, admitted he threw a punch, but claimed it was in self-defense.Read more... Join the Conversation...