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Originally founded as the Cleveland Rams in 1936, the St. Louis Rams have lived something of a nomadic existence by NFL standards. After nearly a decade in northern Ohio, the Rams moved to Southern California for almost fifty years, splitting time between Los Angeles and Orange County before finally settling in St. Louis, Missouri. With three league championships including the 1999 Super Bowl, the Rams have a rich history that features such notable NFL monikers as “The Fearsome Foursome” and “The Greatest Show on Turf.”
The Greatest Show on Turf… Revisited
Playing their home games in the Edward Jones Dome, the St. Louis Rams of the late 90s and early 2000s took advantage of the lighting fast surface with one of the most explosive offenses in NFL history led by rags-to-riches QB Kurt Warner, wide receivers Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce and Hall of Fame RB Marshall Faulk. With those star-studded skill position players under the direction of offensive wizard Mike Martz, the Rams played in two Super Bowls in three years, winning the first and losing the second to the underdog New England Patriots.
After a Hall of Fame-worthy run with the Tennessee Titans, Jeff Fisher took the reigns in St. Louis in 2012 and Rams fans have to like what they see thus far. With former #1 overall pick Sam Bradford leading the way, the Rams made huge strides in 2012 and heading into 2013, there's every reason to anticipate big things in St. Louis.
Though the NFC West is, rather suddenly, one of the best divisions in the NFL, Jeff Fisher's emphasis on outside speed and an attacking defense has the Rams poised to compete for a playoff spot in 2013.
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