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Matthew Stafford doesn’t know what to tell his kids about the Rams Christmas Day game


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The NFL revealed its full schedule on Thursday night, and while the Los Angeles Rams will struggle to repeat another Super Bowl victory, that doesn’t appear to be Matthew Stafford’s biggest concern.

One of the Christmas Day morning games for the Rams will be at home against the Denver Broncos and their new star quarterback, Russell Wilson. The game which is currently set to air on CBS and Nickelodeon.

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Stafford said on NFL Network after the schedule was released that his biggest worry on Christmas Day might not be defending the Broncos, but rather what he was going to tell his kids about where their gifts.

Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford reacts with his wife Kelly Hall and family after winning Super Bowl LVI between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California on February 13, 2022 .
(Photo by Frederic J. Brown / AFP)

“That’s a great question. I hope my kids aren’t watching, but maybe my wife Kelly was saying we’d just tell the kids Christmas is tomorrow,” Stafford said. “But, uh, I don’t know. I’m not sure what we’re going to do there. Turn off Chandler and Sawyer if you’re watching. We’ll figure that out when we get there, but maybe it’s a” Santa got stuck in the chimney, he’s a little late delivering the presents. We’ll see after the game.” I don’t know. Either that or I’m going very early in the morning, but that doesn’t seem like a good plan.

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Matthew Stafford doesn’t know what to tell his kids about the Rams Christmas Day game

Matthew Stafford escapes the Bengals defense.
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Sports Illustrated reports that the Week 16 game will mark the first time Stafford takes the field on Christmas Day as an NFL quarterback.

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