The Rams are back in LA, but what are they bringing with them? Besides a playoff drought that’s lasted over a decade, and almost half of their tenure in St. Louis. As a franchise, the Rams have made the Super Bowl twice, winning against the Titans in 1999 but they lost to the Pats in 2002 and the Steelers in 1979. They have also won 10 conference championships and 19 division titles over the years. They have also seen a number of legends over the years, and have been the home for names.
Among these key players, Bob Waterfield, Norm Van Brocklin, Marshall Faulk, Eric Dickerson, Elroy “Crazylegs” Hirsch, Les Richter, Tom Fears, Tom Mack, Merlin Olsen, Deacon Jones, Jackie Slater, Jack Snow, and Jack Youngblood.
Los Angeles Rams Next Game
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Los Angeles Rams Score
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Los Angeles Rams Standings
Let’s see how the rest of the division is doing compared to the Los Angeles Rams. Standings are updated after each game. Check back often to keep up on their inter-division rivals.
|1||New England Patriots||16||14||2||441||250||0.875|
|3||Kansas City Chiefs||16||12||4||389||311||0.750|
|6||New York Giants||16||11||5||310||284||0.688|
|8||Green Bay Packers||16||10||6||432||388||0.625|
|14||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||16||9||7||354||369||0.563|
|22||New Orleans Saints||16||7||9||469||454||0.438|
|26||New York Jets||16||5||11||275||409||0.313|
|27||San Diego Chargers||16||5||11||410||423||0.313|
|28||Los Angeles Rams||16||4||12||224||394||0.250|
|31||San Francisco 49ers||16||2||14||309||480||0.125|
Los Angeles Rams Record
Key dates in the team history. January 30, 2000: The Rams (then from St. Louis) beat the Titans at Super Bowl XXXIV by a final score of 23-16. Their last, and only, Super Bowl win. They made it back to the big dance a few years later in 2002, but lost to Brady and the Patriots 20-17.
How strong is the team within its division/conference? This team has not been a force for years, and hasn’t made the playoffs for a decade, only playing .500 football in one of those seasons (8-8 in 2006).
What are the team’s main strengths vs weaknesses? The offense is hurting and has been for some time. ESPN went as far as saying, “The Rams haven’t finished inside the top 20 in offensive DVOA since 2006, an incredible run of offensive incompetence that won’t change in 2016 unless the team finds something new at quarterback, where Case Keenum will likely be back but needs competition”
How far does the team usually go in the league? Maybe the change of scenery will pump some life into this team. They need it! They are still not favored to win a lot of games next year.