Ahead 23-15 in the fourth quarter, Rams head coach Sean McVay chose to go for it on a fourth-and-goal from the Dallas 1-yard line, and the gamble paid off. Anderson's second touchdown run made it 30-15 with 7:16 remaining.
"It was incredible what they did today", Goff said of the Rams' running backs.
The Rams totaled 273 yards on the ground, a franchise record for a playoff game.
Elliott gashed defenses this season to an National Football League best 1,434 yards on the ground.
The Rams will be in the conference championship game for the first time since the 2001 season when they beat the Eagles.
As Fox sports' Chris Meyers was interviewing Rams QB Jared Goff, an excited Talib ran up yelling, "He ain't taking no f*ck*ng soul out there", SB Nation reported. Elliott tallied 137 yards on 26 carries for the fourth-seeded Cowboys. Obviously, Peters didn't take too kindly to those words from Cooper, who ended up with six catches for 65 yards and a touchdown.
"We played against a really good front", Elliott said.
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At 32, the Rams' Sean McVay became the youngest head coach to win a playoff game, ahead of John Madden, who was 33 when he won his first playoff game with the Oakland Raiders.