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About The St. Louis Rams
At present, the St. Louis Rams are members of the Western Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). Previously based in Cleveland Ohio, and Los Angeles California, the Rams now play in the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri. The team colors of the Rams are new century gold, millennium blue, and white.
The Rams started playing in 1937 in Cleveland, Ohio. After moving to Los Angeles California in 1946, the team came to be known as the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams then moved to Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim, California in 1980, but retained the Los Angeles name. The Rams finally relocated to St. Louis in 1995.
The team has won two NFL Championships in 1945 and 1951 and one Super Bowl (XXXIV) in 1999.
The Rams won six Western Division titles during the 1940s and 1950s. Tom Fears and Norm Van Brocklin were the stars during that time and both eventually became Hall of Fame members. The Rams reached the playoffs 14 times from 1973 to 1989 and captured a league-record seven consecutive division titles from 1973 to 1979. Kurt Warner played an important role when the Rams won their first Super Bowl in 1999, defeating the Tennessee Titans. The team again featured in the Super Bowl a couple of years later but narrowly lost to the New England Patriots on a last-second field goal.
In 1945 newcomer 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. As the franchise remained unprofitable even after such success, the Rams moved to Los Angeles in 1946.
From 1949 to 1951 the team won three back-to-back Western Division championships thanks to the efforts of Waterfield and Norm Van Brocklin. The Los Angeles Rams won the NFL crown in 1951, defeating the Cleveland Browns 24-17.
Taking over as head coach in 1966, George Allen steered the Rams to Western Division titles in 1967 and 1969 with players like Roman Gabriel, Jack Snow, Deacon Jones and Merlin Olsen. The Rams continued to dominate the Western Division under Chuck Knox, who led the team to five consecutive division crowns, recording a 54-15-1 regular-season win-loss-tie record from 1973 to 1977. He had in his squad stars like Pat Haden, Tom Mack, Lawrence McCutcheon, Jack “Hacksaw” Reynolds, and Jack Youngblood.
The Rams moved to St. Louis following the 1994 season. In 1999 the Rams posted a 13-3 record and won their division. Kurt Warner, who threw for 41 touchdowns, became the NFL player of the year. In the Super Bowl, the Rams defeated the Tennessee Titans, 23-16. They returned to the Super Bowl in 2001, but lost to the New England Patriots.