Dough puncher Mayfield was deferred via Carolina on Monday and guaranteed by the Los Angeles Rams on Tuesday.

After a crosscountry flight, he got one short practice with his new group on Wednesday. What's more, on Thursday night,

Mayfield drove the Rams to two late final quarter scores and a staggering 17-16 triumph over the Las Vegas Thieves,

covered by a 23-yard scoring pass to Van Jefferson with 10 seconds left. Mayfield could think about what Friday will acquire

this wild seven day stretch of his life, yet all at once the previous No. 1 in general pick realizes it presumably won't be more enjoyable

than one of the most astounding snapshots of his uneven NFL venture. "I couldn't say whether you could compose it any better than that,"

Mayfield said. "Clearly, we might want to be somewhat more peaceful, yet it's a damn decent story, I'll be straightforward with you."

Only two days after the Rams (4-9) asserted him, Mayfield went 22 of 35 for 230 yards - and in the end snapped the shielding Super Bowl champions'

six-game long string of failures in emotional style. "What a speedy report" Rams mentor Sean McVay said.

"He just arrived five minutes prior and sorted out a method for having the option to do a few unique things this evening." 

The Rams went on a 75-yard TD drive minutes before the triumphant drive, the last option of which finished with Mayfield finding Jefferson

behind newbie Sam Webb in the end zone. The 98-yard walk was the longest go on TD drive in the last 2 minutes of a gameover the beyond 45 NFL seasons.