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Kelly Stafford, the wife of Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford, wants the Rams to have a real home-team advantage in Monday's Wild Card game against the Arizona Cardinals. What's the best way to do that?

"My plea. Please don't sell you tickets to Arizona fans," Kelly Stafford wrote to Rams fans everywhere via her Instagram page on Thursday.

She explained why she is so passionate about having more Rams fans at SoFi Stadium on her "The Morning After" podcast. Like her husband, as well as Rams head coach Sean McVay, Kelly Stafford lamented the Rams' Week 18 loss to the San Francisco 49ers because of how many Niners fans were in attendance.

She said 49ers fans were so loud at SoFi Stadium during that game that the Rams had to use a silent count on offense.

She noted that even when Matthew Stafford played for the Detroit Lions (where a lot of ended in opposing teams dominating) she never saw an away team travel so well.

"I've never seen so many of the opposing teams' fan's at a game," Kelly Stafford said. "And we came from Detroit and there was a lot of good traveling teams there, but that was wild. Matthew is on a silent count. When he hikes the ball, it's either a loud count where you can hear him, and that's usually what quarterbacks are on when they're at home.

"Matthew is on a silent count, Jimmy Garoppolo was not – who is the opposing quarterback. It was crazy."

Kelly Stafford has had quite a season when it comes to dealing with NFL fans that don't support the Rams. During their Week 10 matchup against the 49ers, she threw a pretzel at a San Francisco fan. After the Rams' 31-10 loss, Kelly apologized for throwing the pretzel and then announced she would take a break from going to away games due to the incident.

The Rams host the Cardinals on Monday night at 8:15 p.m. ET.