INSTANT REACTION: Rams end Cowboys' season 30-22

Los Angeles Rams defensive end Michael Brockers (90) and free safety Lamarcus Joyner (20) tackles Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott (21) in the second quarter in a NFC Divisional playoff football game at Los Angeles Memorial Stadium. Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Los Angeles rushed for 274 yards to escort Dallas out of the playoffs.

The Dallas Cowboys’ season is over.

The Los Angeles Rams dominated the line of scrimmage on offense and defense and claimed a 30-22 victory on Saturday night at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

It wasn’t as bad as the Colt’s 23-0 victory over Dallas a month ago, but it was the same idea. The Dallas offensive and defensive lines were both outperformed on a regular basis.

The Rams rushed for 274 yards, an amazing 6 yards per carry on 46 attempts.

The Cowboys’ defensive line, which dubbed themselves the Hot Boyz before this season began, came up small, sacking Jared Goff zero times and clearly getting shredded by the Los Angeles running game.

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was pretty good at the end of the day. He passed for 266 yards and a touchdown and ran for a TD. Prescott kept the game interesting when the the Dallas defense showed it was not a championship-caliber unit.

But the Rams stuffed Ezekiel Elliott, holding him to 47 rushing yards and 2 catches for 19 yards.

It was a deserving win for the Rams and showed that the Cowboys had maxed out their potential this season by reaching the divisional round of the playoffs.