On a roll: Jordan Fuller continues hot streak with early interception against San Francisco
After picking off Tom Brady twice during the Los Angeles Rams 27-24 win over Tampa Bay, rookie safety Jordan Fuller continues to find himself where the ball is.
During the first quarter of Sunday’s game with the San Francisco 49ers, Fuller pulled down his third interception in two games. The tipped pass by Aaron Donald at the line of scrimmage managed to find Fuller, who was in the right place at the right time, again.
The 22-year old rookie out of Ohio State is playing his third game since missing three games with a shoulder and neck injury. In his return to action the week before, he notched three tackles as the Rams picked up a 23-16 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
Fuller was a sixth-round pick, No. 199 overall, by the Rams in the 2020 draft.
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Having already etched himself into a starting role with the Rams, Fuller is looking like a steal of the 2020 Draft. Hopefully he continues to perform with one of the league’s better defensive units.