Fans in London were treated to head coach Sean McVay's antics in the second quarter of Sunday's Rams vs. Bengals game when quarterback Jared Goff hit Cooper Kupp for a 65-yard touchdown on a double reverse flea flicker.
Kupp was able to evade a Bengals cornerback, who slipped along the right side of the field before Goff found his target for the touchdown.
The Rams are leading the Bengals 17–10 going into halftime. Kupp has a new career-high 165 yards in the first half off of five receptions. His previous best was 162 yards against the Minnesota Vikings in 2018.