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Overview of the St. Louis Rams

The Rams have been a nomadic franchise playing in three different cities and winning NFC Championships in each. They won the NFL Championship in 1945 as the Cleveland Rams, the 1951 NFL Championship as the Los Angeles Rams and Super Bowl XXXIV as the St Louis Rams. The Rams have been consistently successful throughout their history but have not qualified for the playoffs since 2004.

Statistics Overview of the St. Louis Rams

The Rams franchise entered the NFL in 1936. They moved to St Louis in 1995 and have played their home matches at Edward Jones Dome ever since. The Rams won their only Super Bowl in 1999 and have won NFC Conference Championships three times. The franchise has won their division on fifteen occasions and qualified for the playoffs twenty-seven times. The Rams have an overall record of 527-523-21 and a playoffs record of 19-24. Their rivalry with the San Francisco 49ers is one of the fiercest in the NFL.

Conference: NFC
Established: 1936
Stadium: Edward Jones Dome (1995-present)
Super Bowl Championships: 1 (1999)
Conference Championships: 6 (1950, 1951, 1955, 1979, 1999, 2001)
Division Championships: 15 (1945, 1949, 1967, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1985, 1999, 2001, 2003)
Playoff Appearances: 27 (1945, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1955, 1967, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004)
Overall Record: 527-523-21
Playoff Record: 19-24
Biggest Rivals: San Francisco 49ers
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
Legenday Players: Kurt Warner, Jim Everett, Issac Bruce, Merlin Olsen

St Louis Rams: Star Players for 2014

Quarterback: Sam Bradford

Sam Bradford was the 1st pick of the 2010 NFL draft. The former Heisman Trophy winner showed he was worthy of the number one pick, with an exceptional rookie season. He broke the NFL record for: most consecutive passes without an interception by a rookie quarterback, most pass attempts by a rookie quarterback, and most completions by a rookie quarterback. He was also awarded the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award. Bradford struggled with injury and form in 2011. His won just one game and threw only six touchdown passes in ten stars. Bradford only played seven games in 2013, due to injury, yet he still lead the team in passing showing he still has potential to return to his 2010 rookie form.

Offensive Star: Jared Cook

Tight end Jared Cook was taken by the Tennessee Titans in the third round of the 2009 draft after a college career at South Carolina. Following a reasonably slow start, Cook improved significantly over the following seasons until signing with the Rams in the 2013 preseason. While a new face to the lineup in his own right in 2013, Cook joined the rams as a senior player in an otherwise youthful offense. In week 1, Cook recorded 141 yards and 2 touchdowns on 7 receptions in a 27-24 win over the Arizona Cardinals. In the end he led the team in receiving on 671 yards.

Defensive Star: James Laurinaitis

James Laurinaitis was selected with the 35th pick of the 2009 NFL draft. Since his rookie season Laurinaitis has made more tackles than any other player in the NFL and has never missed a game. In 2009 he was named Rams Rookie of the Year and was selected for the NFL All-Rookie side. The linebacker made a career high 142 tackles in 2011. Laurinaitis was the standout in a Rams squad that struggled on both sides on the football in 2011 and 2012 and will be out to replicate his form in a new defensive scheme in 2014.

Head Coach: Jeff Fisher

Jeff Fisher started his NFL coaching career as a defensive backs coach for the Philadelphia Eagles. At just thirty-six years of age he was named as head coach for the Houston Oilers. Fisher held this position for fifteen seasons and is the winningest coach in Titan/Oilers franchise history. Fisher led the Titans to the Super Bowl in 1999, three division titles and qualified the side for the playoffs on six occasions. Fisher and the Titans mutually parted ways in 2010. After a season off, Fisher was named as head coach of the Rams for the 2012 season, recording a 7-8 record and third placing in the NFC West. The 2013 season ended Fisher's 4th straight season without a winning record on 7-9. He will have to prove himself in 2014 as he fights to lead the Rams to playoffs for the first time since 2004.

St. Louis Rams NFL Team vs Team Game Previews

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St. Louis Rams vs Cleveland Browns
St. Louis Rams vs Dallas Cowboys
St. Louis Rams vs Denver Broncos
St. Louis Rams vs Detroit Lions
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St. Louis Rams vs Houston Texans
St. Louis Rams vs Indianapolis Colts
St. Louis Rams vs Jacksonville Jaguars
St. Louis Rams vs Kansas City Chiefs
St. Louis Rams vs Miami Dolphins
St. Louis Rams vs Minnesota Vikings
St. Louis Rams vs New England Patriots
St. Louis Rams vs New Orleans Saints
St. Louis Rams vs New York Giants
St. Louis Rams vs New York Jets
St. Louis Rams vs Oakland Raiders
St. Louis Rams vs Philadelphia Eagles
St. Louis Rams vs Pittsburgh Steelers
St. Louis Rams vs San Diego Chargers
St. Louis Rams vs San Francisco 49ers
St. Louis Rams vs Seattle Seahawks
St. Louis Rams vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
St. Louis Rams vs Tennessee Titans
St. Louis Rams vs Washington Redskins

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