Eric Dickerson reveals he had tons of sex hours before breaking NFL's rushing record



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Eric Dickerson reveals he had tons of sex hours before breaking NFL's rushing record

Los Angeles Rams legend Eric Dickerson revealed he has tons of sex hours before breaking the all-time rushing record. The day before the game in which he would set the all-time rushing record, Dickerson called a woman at the hotel.

Dickerson spent the night having sex with the woman and that continued in the morning -- just hours before the game.

Dickerson finished his career with 13,259 rushing yards and he was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1999.

Dickerson is currently ninth on the all-time rushing list.

Dickerson's Rams into the playoffs

After the Rams beat the Minnesota Vikings last week, they improved to 11-4 and secured themselves a playoff spot. "It's one step," McVay said after the game, per ESPN.

"To be able to get into the playoffs, it's something you never take for granted." Quarterback Matthew Stafford said: "We've obviously guaranteed ourselves a spot. Would love to make that spot as good as we can make it from here on out and control where we sit in the seedings, and I think it's important to go into it playing good football."

Stafford threw three interceptions against the Vikings but the Rams still won. "I think what says as much about Matthew Stafford as anything is it wasn't perfect, I put him in some bad spots, but in some key crunch-time known-passing situations, he delivered in a big way," McVay said, noting a key third-down, 6-yard touchdown pass to Odell Beckham Jr.

in the fourth quarter, followed by another third-down, 37-yard completion to receiver Cooper Kupp that eventually led to a field goal and put the game out of reach, 30-20, with 6:18 to play. Stafford admitted his performance wasn't spectacular and he vowed to play better.

"Less than spectacular in the pass game," Stafford said. "Three turnovers is going to hurt us in a lot of games, so it's nice to come out with a win, no doubt about that. But I can play better. We can play better."

Wide receiver Cooper Kupp was just happy the Rams escaped with a victory. "I'm just glad we won the game, and at the end of the day I just want to execute my job over and over again," said Kupp, who leads the NFL in catches, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.

"A game like today, a lot of my responsibility was helping out in the run game and be able to get hands on defensive ends and work my way to linebackers ... my job is to execute whatever is asked of me."