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The Los Angeles Rams are Hollywood’s team.
They might not be the most popular team in California, but ever since they moved back to the Golden State, they’ve gathered a plethora of big names from the entertainment industry to root for them.
That includes acting legend Bryan Cranston, mostly known for his role as Walter White in AMC’s Breaking Bad.
Notably, the NFL shared a clip of Cranston at Ford Field, all dressed up in Rams apparel and rooting for the visitors.
That’s why the Lions’ Twitter account had a savage response at the end of the game, posting a pic from Breaking Bad in which Walter White says ‘I won’ on the phone.
I won. https://t.co/QMacsfLLrA pic.twitter.com/aSz40Rt1Pt
— Detroit Lions (@Lions) January 15, 2024
White became one of the most famous and widely recognized characters in TV history.
The Lions and Rams starred in an instant classic full of emotions and storylines, with Matthew Stafford heading back home to face his former team and Jared Goff looking to get back at his former employers.
The Lions ended up getting their first postseason win in three decades, keeping their historical season alive and looking solid on both sides of the field ahead of the NFC Divisional Round.
The Rams, on the other hand, will have to ride Walter White’s caravan all the way back to Cali.
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