Case Keenum was already having a rough afternoon in London. He had thrown three interceptions but still had a chance to potentially tie the game at 17-17 as the Los Angeles Rams played the New York Giants in London.
Keenum had driven the Rams 60 yards on an impressive drive that took just over two minutes. Then, with Los Angeles at the Giants’ 15-yard line, he threw an absolutely perfect pass, at least from New York’s perspective.
To be fair, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was wide open in the end zone. Clearly, Keenum and receiver Brian Quick were not on the same page.
This interception made it easy for the Giants to simply end the game in victory formation. It was also the second on the day for Rodgers-Cromartie and the fourth on the day for Keenum, who had one of them returned for a touchdown unlike any other we’ve seen this year (watch here).
And thankfully, this time the Rams did not blow up the final snap like they did last weekend against the Baltimore Ravens.