This stat tells you how improbable Rams’ 98-yard game-winning drive was

It turns out Baker Mayfield only needs about 48 hours in order to make history with a new team.

Mayfield, who joined the Rams off waivers on Tuesday, led them to one of the most improbable comeback wins in NFL history. Trailing 16-10 with 1:45 left and no timeouts, Mayfield had to lead the Rams 98 yards to score a touchdown for the win.

He did exactly that.

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the Rams’ 98-yard game-winning drive was the longest with under 2 minutes to play in the last 45 years. How incredible is that, even without the fact that Mayfield just arrived in Los Angeles two days ago?

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Mayfield and the Rams couldn’t have asked for a better way to kick off their new partnership, coming from behind to win one of the wildest games of the year. Let’s not forget the Rams trailed 16-3 before scoring not one, but two touchdowns in the final five minutes.

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Story originally appeared on Rams Wire