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    started a topic 1999 Rams vs. Falcons

    1999 Rams vs. Falcons

    Miss watching football on Sundays? Here you go.

    Watch Kurt Warner throw 3 TD passes... in a row!

    2nd game of the 1999 season for the Rams, when the Greatest Show on Turf was just getting started.

    YouTube - NFL 1999 Rams vs Falcons Part 1

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