‘Whatcha gonna do Matthew Stafford?!’ – Stephen A. needs to see more from the Rams | First Take

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‘Whatcha gonna do Matthew Stafford?!’ – Stephen A. needs to see more from the Rams | First Take

Stephen A. Smith and Michael Irvin preview the Monday Night Football matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals in Week 14.

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