Watch: This angle of Matthew Stafford’s game-saving bomb to Cooper Kupp is incredible

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You’ve probably watched it 100 times already, but Matthew Stafford’s 44-yard bomb to Cooper Kupp in the final seconds of Sunday’s win over the Buccaneers never gets old. And while we’ve all seen the sideline angle of the throw, this end zone view shows just how spectacular it really was.

Not only did it come in the biggest moment of the game with the Rams needing a field goal to win it in regulation, but Ndamukong Suh was bearing down on Stafford as he uncorked the pass. Austin Corbett got beat badly by Suh and allowed quick pressure, but Stafford threw the ball with such great anticipation that it dropped into the bucket for Kupp deep down the middle.

He didn’t have a chance to step into the throw, so Stafford had to use every ounce of arm strength to get it deep enough for Kupp. He couldn’t have thrown it any better.

Sean McVay said after the game that it felt like the ball hung up in the air for 12 seconds, and watching it from this angle, it’s easy to see why it seemed that way.

This was the biggest play of Stafford’s career and one Rams fans won’t soon forget.

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