The Los Angeles Rams had a frustrating Week 4 Monday Night Football game against the San Francisco 49ers.
They failed to score a touchdown, and quarterback Matthew Stafford threw an interception.
The Rams defense also had a poor showing after tallying zero sacks, while San Francisco finished with seven.
San Francisco safety Talanoa Hufanga also scored a 52-yard pick-six to bury the Rams further.
Despite the defeat, All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner led the way for Los Angeles with ten total tackles.
It would have been 11 if the tackling of fans counted.
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NFL Unlimited shared the video of a spectator who disrupted the game.
The flare-carrying man ran to the playing field as stadium security tried to chase him.
The disturbance ended when Wagner laid out his frustration on that person.
That incident only enhanced the tension Wagner felt because none of their defensive schemes worked.
Tough Ordeal For Players And Security
While football players are big and muscular, they are at risk when an intruder takes the field, especially if he is yielding a concealed weapon.
Meanwhile, stadium security also feels deflated every time a spectator breaches their ranks.
It’s a problem that is difficult to solve because some individuals find pride in being able to stop the game.
Likewise, it is a perfect platform to attract the attention of a huge audience.
Luckily, no one was harmed, except for the fan, who might face some charges.
The game ended peacefully, but the Rams will feel restless after losing to their division rivals.
The Rams can go back to their winning ways by defeating the Dallas Cowboys in Week 5.