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St. Louis Rams History

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Founded in 1937 the Saint Louis Rams are a National Football League team Which is based in Saint Louis,Missouri.The teams Home Stadium is known as Edward Jones Dome which was formerly the Trans World Dome. The Saint Louis Rams Uniform colors are Navy Blue and Old Gold.The Helmet design shows golden Ram horns on a blue background. The Rams Moved very Frequently, playing in three different stadiums over several failing seasons. Between 1937-1945 they were known as the Cleveland Rams, 1946-1994 the Rams were known as Los Angeles Rams. The Rams were in Los Angeles in between 1946-1978 then they moved to Anaheim in 1979-1994.In 1945 a remarkable turnaround occurred as rookie quarterback Bob Waterfield led the Rams to a 9-1 win-loss record and a 15-14 victory over the Washington Redskins in the NFL Championship Game.


Waterfields fellow Quarterback Norm Van Brocklin Guided the Rams to three consecutive Western Division championships between 1949-1951.Los Angeles won the NFL crown in 1951, defeating the Cleveland Browns 24-17 in the championship game. The winning play was a 73-yard pass from Van Brocklin to Tom Fears. Wide receiver Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch led the league that season with 1,495 yards, and he also scored 17 touchdowns. The Ramsí next conference title, in 1955, was their last playoff appearance until 1967.From 1967 to 1969 the Rams were led to Western Division Titles by the then head coach George Allen.Chuck Knox took over in 1973 and led the Rams to Five consecutive division crowns.

 In 1978 Ray Malavasi took overe as the Head Coach and continued the good work of his predissesors extending the teamís streak of division titles in 1978 and 1979, for a total of seven straight. Chuck Knox came back as head Coach in 1992 and posted a 15-33 record over three seasons.

The Saint Louis Rams defeated the Tennessee Titans in thge Super Bowl on January 30, 2000.The Saint Louis Rams Football Franchise had seven players Inducted in to the Pro Football Hall Of Fame. The players are Bob Brown who was also known as "the Boomer", was an Offensive tackle in the National Football League from 1964-1973. Elroy Hirsch was nicknamed "Crazy Legs" for his unusual way of running. Elroy was a Running Back and receiver.Hirsch was born in Wausau, where he started his football career with Wausau High School under legendary high school football coach Win Brockmeyer. Hirsch played his first college season with the University of Wisconsin Badgers in 1942. Eric Dickerson, Merlin Olsen, Jackie Slater, Bob Waterfield and Jack Youngblood were the other five Saint Louis Rams PLayers who were Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.


The Saint Louis Rams Retired Numbers are 7 belonging to Bob waterfield, 29 which was Eric Dickersons, 74 being Merlin Olsens, 78 belonging to Jackie Slater and lastly number 85 which was won by Jack Youngblood.The Saint Louis Rams Won the League Championships once in three of the four cities in which they have played, failing in Anaheim.The Rams made three appearances to the Super Bowl, they lost twice in Super Bowl XIV AND XXXVI, winning in XXXIV.For more information please visit


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