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|Colours:||Blue & sol|
|Hall of Famers:||Eric Dickerson, Marshall Faulk, Tom Fears, Elroy “Crazylegs” Hirsch, Deacon Jones, Tom Mack, Ollie Matson, Merlin Olsen, Les Ritcher, Jackie Slater, Norm Van Brocklin, Bob Waterfield & Jack Youngblood|
|Hall of Fame Coaches:||George Allen & Dan Reeves (owner)|
|Rivals:||San Francisco 49’ers & Seattle Seahawks|
|Legends:||Eric Dickerson, Deacon Jones, Marshall Fualk, Kurt Warner, Isaac Bruce, Jack Youngblood, Aaron Donald, Orlando Pace, Jackie Slater & Torry Holt|
|Retired Numbers:||7, 28, 29, 74, 75, 78, 80 & 85|
|Super Bowl Championships:||1: 1999|
|Conference Championships:||4: 1979, 1999, 2001 & 2018|
|1st 2020 Draft Pick:||#52 Cam Akers, RB, Florida State|
|2020 Power Ranking:||12|
|Team in a Tweet:||Building a strong culture which aims to be postseason regulars.|
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Born in Cleveland, but raised in Los Angeles with a stint living in St Louis, the Rams have moved a lot throughout their time in the NFL ever since they started in 1936. The Rams first 10 years were based in the city of Cleveland, with not much success, only winning one NFL title (1945) defeating the Washington Redskins.
A few years prior to their NFL championship win, the Rams did not participate in the 1943 season due to the lack of players caused by World War II. After they clinched the 1945 Championship they became the first franchise to play the following season in a different city, after Dan Reeves who bought the team in 1941, wanted to relocate the team to Los Angeles.
The first few years in LA caused the Rams to delve deep into their pockets as they suffered some financial losses due to the presence of another LA american football team, the LA Dons who played in the All America Football Conference (AAFC), but the league folded three years later in 1949.
Ultimately the Rams had most of their success when they were based in LA, especially in the 50s when they had future Hall of Farmers, Bob Waterfield, Norm Van Brocklin, Elroy “Crazylegs” Hirsch and Tom Fears helped clinch the Rams to four NFL Western division championships in seven years, as well as claiming their second NFL Championship in 1951.
However, by the next decade the Rams found themselves mostly in the bottom two of the Western Conference (they were seven teams in the Western Conference) throughout the 60s, and only made the playoffs twice in 1967 and 1969 but fell in the conference championship games.
The 70s could be seen as one of the most successful periods the Rams have had as they won five consecutive NFC Western titles from 1973-1977 under coach Chuck Knox, as well as being NFC Champions in 1979 under coach Ray Malavasi as he led them to their first Super Bowl appearance, but couldn’t overcome a strong Pittsburgh Steelers team in Super Bowl XIV.
The Rams were prominent features in the postseason throughout the 80s, only missing out on three occasions, with the closest the Rams went to a Super Bowl was in 1985 and 1989 when they crashed out in the conference championship games to Chicago and San Francisco, respectively.
By 1995 the Rams played their last game in Los Angeles (until they moved back in 2016) as owner Georgia Frontiere moved the franchise to St Louis for financial reasons. The Rams only managed one playoff appearance in the 90s, and it will forever be in the history books of the Rams faithful.
The 1999 season was the Rams fourth year in their new home at St Louis, and they wasted no time settling in as they finished on top of the NFC West division with a 13-3 record, which meant they made it directly to the divisional round in the playoffs.
They won the divisional playoff over Minnesota by 12 points, and claimed the NFC Championship over Tampa Bay by four points en route to their second Super Bowl appearance as they faced Tennessee in Super Bowl XXXIV.
Unlike in 1979, the Rams held their nerve and defeated the Titans 23-16, to clinch their first Vince Lombardi trophy, as quarterback Kurt Warner was named MVP. The Rams used their Super Bowl victory as a foundation, as two years later they appeared in the NFL’s big dance for the second time in three years.
Unfortunately the Rams fell agonisingly short in Super Bowl XXXVI, going down to the New England Patriots by three points. Although they made the playoffs the next two years, the rest of the St Louis stay didn’t spark joy as they couldn’t reach the postseason.
The St Louis Rams suffered their worst seasons in 2008 and 2009 where they won a combined three games throughout the two seasons, which included a one win season in 2009. By 2016 the Rams moved back to Los Angeles as owner Stan Kroenke wanted the team to play in a billion dollar stadium.
The move didn’t seem to affect them on the field as by 2018 they finished first in the NFC West with a 13-3 record, defeated Dallas in the NFC divisional playoffs, claimed victory over New Orleans in overtime as they made their third Super Bowl appearance.
However, the New England Patriots were too strong in Super Bowl LIII, as they clinched the Vince Lombardi trophy by 10 points. The Rams weren’t able to back up their efforts from the previous season as they finished third in the NFC West with a 7-9 record in 2019.
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After being signed as the head coach of the Los Angeles Rams in 2017, Sean McVay became the youngest head coach of the NFL era, 11 days prior to his 31st birthday. In his three seasons in charge of the Rams, McVay has had three winning seasons, two playoff campaigns and a Super Bowl appearance in 2018.
Although the Rams posted a 9-7 season in 2019, they missed the playoffs for the first time under McVay due to the strength of the NFC West division. Coming into 2020 without Brandin Cooks and Todd Gurley, McVay’s offense will be counting on quarterback Jarred Goff rediscovering his 2018 form that evaded him in 2019. No doubt McVay is one the best, if not the best young coaches in the NFL, and will be looking to lead the Rams to another winning season and a playoff berth.
After a breakout season in 2018, Jarred Goff’s much discussed regression in 2019 has put a chip on his shoulder ahead of the upcoming season. Goff was a 2018 MVP candidate after a 32 touchdown, 12 interception season that saw him compete in Super Bowl LIII, however Goff finished 2019 with just 22 touchdowns and 16 interceptions.
Goff stood behind the 31st ranked offensive line last season, and in 2020 will be without offensive playmakers Todd Gurley (RB) and Brandin Cooks (WR), who the team moved on from this offseason. With a poor offensive line and depleted targets, the chips are certainly stacked against Goff in 2020.
However, having already proven that he can win in the NFL without a dominant offensive line, Goff should be able lead the Rams to another winning season, and potentially another playoff appearance.Preview on Los Angeles Rams Defensive Weapon: Aaron Donald, DT
Undoubtedly the best defensive and arguably the best overall player in the game, Aaron Donald is once again the favourite to take out defensive player of the year honours at the conclusion of the 2020 season.
Donald is a six-time Pro Bowler, five time First Team All Pro, NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, two time NFL Defensive Player of the Year recipient and 2018 NFL sacks leader, just to name a few of his accolades. Since his 2018 $135 million contract extension, which made him the highest paid defensive player in league history, Donald has twice led the league in tackles for loss and amassed 33.0 sacks in only two seasons.
Donald has achieved all this from an interior position on the defensive line, where pressure is harder than on the edge. The 29-year-old is top ranked defensive player in football, and with a career sack count approaching 100.0, he certainly has plenty more tackles left in him.
After making Super Bowl LIII in season 2018-19, it is no wonder that the LA Rams began the season 2019-20 as fourth favourite (valued at +1100) to make back-to-back Super Bowl appearances. What transpired was completely different as the Rams finished with a 9-7 win loss record placing them third in the NFC West and missed the playoffs.
The Rams were ranked second in the NFL and when looking at against the spread with a record of 10-5-1, placing them first in their division. When they were the home team they were ranked 14th in the NFL with a 3-3-1 record and second in the NFC.
They were in the top 10 in the NFL again when they were on the road with a 6-2-1 record placing them sixth in the NFL and second in the NFC West. However, when looking at their over / under they were ranked 28th in the NFL with a 7-9-0 record and were ranked fourth in their division.
They improved at home but were out of the NFL’s top 20 when they were ranked 25th with a 3-4-0 record and fourth in the NFC West. On the road, they managed to sneak into the NFL’s top 20, with a 4-4-0 record placing them 20th in the NFL and first in the NFC West.
Coming off a Super Bowl appearance the Rams were valued at +1400 on September 8, two days before their opening game. After their first three games of the season they were valued at +867 as they came off a three game winning streak against Carolina, New Orleans and Cleveland.
Despite this, the next three games against Tampa Bay, Seattle and San Francisco would prove costly as they endured a form slump losing all three games and their value rose up to +2133 by October 16. They bounced back winning their next two games against Atlanta and Cincinnati before their bye and they saw a decline in their odds to +2000 by October 29.
After the bye the Rams value and form fluctuated as they lost against the Pittsburgh Steelers in which they rose to +4667 by November 12, but responded to get a win over Chicago the next week at which point the value declined to +4333.
However, by the end of November the Rams saw an increase of their odds to make the Super Bowl as by November 26 on the day of their clash with Baltimore their value went up to +12500. They won their next two games against Arizona and Seattle and saw another decline in their value to +6667 on December 10 (a day after their second win against Seattle).
However, they suffered a two game losing streak between December 16 to December 22 to Dallas and San Francisco 49ers which saw their value rise to +35000 by December 21, and ultimately ended any hopes of salvaging their season.
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Where do the Los Angeles Rams play?
The Los Angeles Rams play their home games at SoFi Stadium.
Who owns the Los Angeles Rams?
Stan Kroenke owns the Los Angeles Rams.
Has the Los Angeles Rams won an NFL Super Bowl?
The Los Angeles Rams have won one Super Bowl.
Who is the Los Angeles Rams coach?
Sean McVay is the head coach of the Los Angeles Rams.
Do the Los Angeles Rams play tonight?
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What is the Los Angeles Rams record?
The new season of the NFL has begun. Last season, Los Angeles finished third in the National Football Conference West Division, with a 9-7 win loss record.
Did the Los Angeles Rams win last night?
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How much is the Los Angeles Rams worth?
According to Forbes magazine, the Los Angeles Rams are worth $3.8 billion.
Who do the Los Angeles Rams play tonight?
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How to watch the Los Angeles Rams?
You can watch Los Angeles Rams on CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone and Directv NFL Sunday Ticket and therams.com. On demand you can watch the games on CBS All Access, FOX Sports app, NBC Sports app, ESPN, Amazon Prime Video, NFL Mobile app, NFL Sunday Ticket, DIRECT TV NFL Sunday Ticket, NFL Game Pass, Yahoo Sports App, NFL Mobile app and Rams app. You can also listen to Rams games on Game Pass, Westwood One, TuneIn and Sirius XM.
Will the Los Angeles Rams make the playoffs this year?
The new season of the NFL has begun. The Los Angeles Rams finished third in the National Football Conference West in the 2019 NFL season, with a 9-7 win loss record, and missed the playoffs.
When do the Los Angeles Rams play?
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When is the next Los Angeles Rams game?
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Where did the Los Angeles Rams finish the season?
The Los Angeles Rams finished third in the National Football Conference West division, in the 2019 NFL season.
How many games did the Los Angeles Rams win?
The Los Angeles Rams won nine games in the 2019 NFL season.
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