While players like Aaron Donald and Todd Gurley were up for individual awards, the Rams rightfully felt confident in taking home the honors for the Best Game category since their 2018 meeting with the Kansas City Chiefs turned out to be a classic. He's just the second player in National Football League history to hit the 50-touchdown and 5,000-yard marks in the same season.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is entering a league of his own.
The other nominees for the award were Texas A&M's epic seven-overtime win over the LSU Tigers, as well as Notre Dame beating UConn 81-76 in the women's Final Four.
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Mahomes also accepted the award for "Best Game" with Rams quarterback Jared Goff. Kansas City ultimately came up just short in that contest, but the 105 points, 1,001 yards, 56 first downs and nine lead-changes between the two squads made for a simply unforgettable football game. The 23-year-old was named First-Team All-Pro, NFL Offensive Player of the Year, and is the Madden 20 cover athlete.
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