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Dear Rams fans, please keep your playoff tickets for yourself, signed by Kelly Stafford.

In his “The Morning After” podcast on Tuesday, Rams defender Matthew Stafford’s wife discussed the crowds at SoFi Stadium over the weekend when Los Angeles lost to San Francisco 27-24 in an extra thriller.

“I’m not lying, I’ve never seen rival team fans in a game,” Kelly said. “We came from Detroit and there are a lot of good travelers out there, but it was wild.”

Kelly added that Stafford, who is in his first year with the Lions after 12 seasons with the Lions, was silent for snaps, while 49ers defender Jimmy Garoppolo was not.

Kelly Stafford and her husband Matthew Stafford at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles

“Matthew was considered quiet and for those who didn’t know what it was, when he was spinning the ball, if you could hear him, he couldn’t do it, and usually quarterback defenders are like that. When they were at home, ”Kelly said. “It wasn’t Jimmy Garoppolo, who was the opponent’s defender. It was crazy, I’ve never seen anything like it.”

The Rams, who finished the season 12-5 and are vying for the NFC West title, will face the Cardinals in Los Angeles on Monday night for a wild card playoff game. Kelly recently asked in the headline of her Instagram post: “Please don’t sell you [sic] Tickets for Arizona fans. “

Rams defender Matthew Stafford in Sunday's game against the 49ers on January 9, 2022.
Rams defender Matthew Stafford in Sunday’s game against the 49ers on January 9, 2022.

Earlier this week, Rams coach Sean McVeigh said his team was surprised that 49ers fans stormed SoFi Stadium, another important player in San Francisco.

“I think it caught us cautiously,” McVay told USA Today’s Rams Wire. “I think it’s because of what it was like this year. It was a great, great atmosphere, a great atmosphere. (Sunday) It was the same, but there was a lot of red. It was a real surprise – I think that’s the fair way to go. “

Rams defender Matthew Stafford left the field on Sunday after losing to the 49ers at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.
Rams defender Matthew Stafford left the field after losing to the 49ers at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on Sunday for San Francisco fans to watch.

The 49ers ’win earned them a playoff berth and a game against the Cowboys in Dallas on Sunday afternoon. Fans of 49ers may find it harder to get tickets from the Cowboys fan base.

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