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Bills CB had a pick-6 at L.A. Coliseum 5 years after he did it for USC

Nickell Robey-Coleman finds the L.A. confines very friendly, indeed.

The Rams played just their second game in Los Angeles since 1994 on Sunday, but it seemed like the Buffalo Bills were more excited for the occasion. First, head coach Rex Ryan named four USC alums as team captains for the game. Then one of those captains, cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman, had an interception return for a touchdown that gave the Bills a 23-16 lead.

Robey has had just one other pick-six in his professional career, so it’s a mighty big coincidence that the first time he returns to the L.A. Coliseum he takes an interception to the house. He knows the Coliseum end zones very well.

The only thing that might have made his interception Sunday even sweeter is if it was exactly like his USC pick-six and Andrew Luck had been on the other end of the pass.

No matter who wins Sunday, the Rams or the Bills, rest assured this man is having the BEST time.