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For one reason or another, the Miami Dolphins continue to have the Rams’ number, whether in Miami, Los Angeles, St. Louis or … Los Angeles. In playing the Fins every four years since 2004, the Rams went 0-5 SU/2-3 ATS but the curse goes back all the way to the teams’ first meeting in 1971: St. Louis/L.A. is a seriously weak 2-12 Su/3-11 ATS against Miami all-time…

Los Angeles Rams Betting News for July 2022

Rams News: Which off-season acquisition will make the biggest impact in 2022?

Rams News: Which off-season acquisition will make the biggest impact in 2022?

The Los Angeles Rams have made some changes to their roster this off-season. The biggest acquisition was former Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner. He will be a great addition to the team. He is also a good mentor for young linebacker Ernest Jones. Who do you think will make the biggest impact in the long run? Let me know in comments.   Rams News: Which off theseason acquisition will have the most impact? In the comments, let me knows. . . In Rams News, which off season acquisition would make biggest impression in 2022? in the comment section.

Jul 03turfshowtimes.com
What happened to that 2019 LA Rams first round draft pick?

What happened to that 2019 LA Rams first round draft pick?

The LA Rams have not used a first-round draft pick since the 2016 NFL Draft. They traded their first round draft picks for players, but they still held their 31st overall pick on Draft Day. LA Times reporter J.B. Long followed the pick through the draft and found out what happened to the 31nd overall draft choice.

Jul 03ramblinfan.com
WR Justin Jefferson Defines His Role In Minnesota Vikings Equivalent to Triple Crown Cooper Kupp With The Rams

WR Justin Jefferson Defines His Role In Minnesota Vikings Equivalent to Triple Crown Cooper Kupp With The Rams

Justin Jefferson is an emerging wide receiver in the NFL. He was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in 2020. The 23-year-old has already achieved a Pro Bowl selection. Kevin O'Connell is the new head coach of Vikings. O’Connell was the offensive coordinator of the Rams. Cooper Kupp had a 2000-yard season with the team.  Jefferson will play a similar role in this Vikings offense to Kopp.

Jul 03essentiallysports.com
Good Enough to Repeat?: A Look at the Rams' Projected Starters

Good Enough to Repeat?: A Look at the Rams' Projected Starters

The Los Angeles Rams are fresh off of their Super Bowl victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. NFL.com has projected the starters for the Rams on both sides of the ball for 2022. The last team to repeat as Superbowl champions was the New England Patriots in 2003 and 2004.

Jul 02si.com
NFC West offseason update and odds: Rams bid to stay at the top

NFC West offseason update and odds: Rams bid to stay at the top

The AFC West is the league's biggest arms race. Seattle is about to begin life after Russell Wilson and San Francisco is going to find out if Trey Lance is indeed the real deal.

Jul 01sportinglife.com
Rams Jokingly Make Pitch for NBA Star to Join Them

Rams Jokingly Make Pitch for NBA Star to Join Them

The Los Angeles Rams want to trade for Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant. The Rams made their pitch on Twitter.

Jun 30heavy.com
Ravens’ Ozzie Newsome is wrong about Rams making a ‘one-year run’

Ravens’ Ozzie Newsome is wrong about Rams making a ‘one-year run’

The Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl last season. The Rams have been successful in the last five years. Ozzie Newsome believes the Rams' success won't influence the Ravens' draft-first approach. The Ravens have six fourth-round picks this year. They're projected to have $40.5 million in cap space next year, whereas the Los Angles Rams are set to be over the cap again. However, the team has $1 million more in this season's cap this time. Ravens still have to pay Lamar Jackson a massive extension before the 2023 season, which will put a dent in their cap. It's estimated the organization will have only $20 million next season and $30 million the year after.

Jun 30theramswire.usatoday.com
NFL Team Reviews: Los Angeles Rams

NFL Team Reviews: Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl last year. They made some changes to their roster this year due to expiring contracts and trades.

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Rams Hall of Famer Jack Youngblood shares remarkable story of playing in Super Bowl, Pro Bowl with broken leg

Rams Hall of Famer Jack Youngblood shares remarkable story of playing in Super Bowl, Pro Bowl with broken leg

Jack Youngblood played professional football for the Los Angeles Rams from 1971-84. He played through three playoff games with a broken leg, including his lone Super Bowl appearance. Young Blood led the NFL with 18 sacks in 1979. He also played in the Pro Bowl despite having a tibia broken.

Jun 28cbssports.com

Los Angeles Rams Game Schedule 2022: (31 games)

Saturday, 14 Aug: Los Angeles Chargers vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 07 Nov: Tennessee Titans vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 05 Dec: Jacksonville Jaguars vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Saturday, 28 Aug: Los Angeles Rams vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 12 Sep: Chicago Bears vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 19 Sep: Los Angeles Rams vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Thursday, 07 Oct: Los Angeles Rams vs Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field

Sunday, 17 Oct: Los Angeles Rams vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 31 Oct: Los Angeles Rams vs Houston Texans at NRG Stadium

Sunday, 24 Oct: Detroit Lions vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 26 Dec: Los Angeles Rams vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

Sunday, 02 Jan: Los Angeles Rams vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 02 Jan: Baltimore Ravens vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Saturday, 23 Oct: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Monday, 14 Feb: Los Angeles Rams vs Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium

Thursday, 08 Sep: Buffalo Bills vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 18 Sep: Atlanta Falcons vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 25 Sep: Los Angeles Rams vs Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium

Monday, 03 Oct: Los Angeles Rams vs San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

Sunday, 09 Oct: Dallas Cowboys vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 16 Oct: Carolina Panthers vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 30 Oct: San Francisco 49ers vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 06 Nov: Los Angeles Rams vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium

Sunday, 13 Nov: Arizona Cardinals vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 20 Nov: Los Angeles Rams vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 27 Nov: Los Angeles Rams vs Kansas City Chiefs at Geha Field at Arrowhead Stadium

Sunday, 04 Dec: Seattle Seahawks vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Thursday, 08 Dec: Las Vegas Raiders vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Monday, 19 Dec: Los Angeles Rams vs Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field

Sunday, 25 Dec: Denver Broncos vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 01 Jan: Los Angeles Rams vs Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium

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Los Angeles Rams

For a football historian, the hype about the Rams returning “home” to Los Angeles for the 2016 season must have been pretty humorous. After all, the again-Los Angeles Rams are the singles most relocated franchise in all of North American professional sports. In fact, the Rams is the only sports team to have ever won titles in three different cities – though they’ve only won a Super Bowl out of St. Louis.

The team began play as the Cleveland Rams in 1936 and survived through the war years, albeit suspending operations for the ’43 season, but only emerged into greatness when quarterback Bob Waterfield returned from military service to play. Split end Jim Benton was the no. 1 receiver in the NFL’s top-flight passing attack, going for 303 yards on Thanksgiving Day to set the single-game mark for the next 40 years. The season ended with the Rams sneaking by Washington, 15-14; the title would be the last for the city of Cleveland until the Cavaliers finally broke through in 2016.

Citing financial difficulties, ownership proposed moving the team to Los Angeles; the proposal was accepting by NFL officials with the proviso – encouraged by California sportswriters – that the new L.A. Rams would be permitted to play if only the team allowed black players onto the roster. Thus did the 1946 Los Angeles Rams begin play with barrier-breaking RB Kenny Washington.

After three years of .500-level play, the Rams made it to the 1949 title game. After replacing Waterfield with Norm Van Brocklin, the Rams enjoyed two more consecutive trips to the finals, earning Los Angeles its first NFL championship in 1951. An appearance in the ’55 final would be the last Rams postseason run for a dozen years.

The 1960s and 70s teams are perhaps those still most associated with the expression “Los Angeles Rams.” These were the times of the original Fearsome Foursome (Rosey Grier, Deacon Jones, Merlin Olsen and Lamar Lundy), Hall of Famer Roman Gabriel and quarterback and George Allen on the sidelines. Unfortunately, the star power didn’t translate so well in the win-loss column: The Rams’ three seasons of 10 wins or more translated into an 0-2 playoff mark for the 60s.

In 1972, the entire Rams franchise was traded (!) to Baltimore Colts owner Carroll Rosenbloom for his franchise. Though the business deal did not yet affect the team’s fate in any way, its ramifications would be felt dramatically decades later.

For 1973, Chuck Knox took the coaching reins and reinstituted the dominant defense-first mentality of the franchise. Olsen was joined on the defensive line by Jack Youngblood, Fred Dryer and Larry Brooks. These Rams took seven consecutive NFC West titles and got into Super Bowl XIV – though with Ray Malavasi at the helm. Prior to the season, Georgia Frontiere had her seventh husband killed – I mean, Rosenbloom died under mysterious circumstances and Rams ownership went to his loving wife, St. Louis native Georgia Frontiere.

The John Robinson Era, which saw the Rams make the playoffs six times within seven years in the 1980s could not stop the inevitable. The now-familiar battle with Frontiere demanding a new stadium for the team either in Los Angeles or Anaheim was all posturing, and she soon moved the club back to her native city. And so, 1995 saw the birth of the St. Louis Rams.

The mediocrity established in the early 90s in L.A. continued through 1998 in St. Louis. The 1999 season had the new team’s fans cautiously optimistic, with Marshall Faulk coming over from the Indianapolis Colts and young QB Trent Green arriving from Washington. Only Green was injured in the preseason, thus putting the future of the team on a grocery-store clerk who’d last played pro ball in the Arena League, a dude by the name of Curt Warner.

Of course, 1999 turned out to be a magical season for the St. Louis Rams, as the “Greatest Show on Turf” put on display one of the greatest NFL offenses ever. The Rams won the thrilling Super Bowl XXXVI and might’ve made it two in three years had not those upstart New England Patriots cheated.

After that, well … the team’s ties with Warner were ineffably cut and the St. Louis Rams threatened to redefine mediocrity in the 21st century. The bottoming-out came in the five-year span between 2007 and ’11 in which the Rams managed three wins or fewer four times. Frontiere died in 2008 and, despite having signed a 30-year lease agreement on the Dome in 1995, the writing was on the wall.

Dumbshows aside, the sign that the return to Los Angeles was all but done could be seen as far back as 2012 and the hiring of Jeff “The Human Anesthesia” Fisher. Fisher sleepwalked a young bunch through several .500 seasons, nearly killed the careers of three quarterbacks all of whom would be on playoff teams in 2017, and camera-hogged in “Hard Knocks.”

But the post-Fisher era? This could be the golden age of Los Angeles Rams football…

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