The Los Angeles Rams have been playing NFL for a very long time, but to date have just a single
Their new City of Champions Stadium will be ready for the 2019 season. Will they be champions again by then? If so, then they’ll have done a lot of hard work, because 2015/16 saw The Rams finish third in the NFC West with a losing record of 7-9.
Despite falling short of the playoffs, their home record of 5-3 was as strong as second-placed Seahawks in the conference, but it is the 2-6 road record that irreparably harmed The Rams’ chances.
The Rams travel woes could be improved by new-recruit Jared Goff. The quarterback signed from the California Bears in the summer and will surely make an impact.
That is the area of weakness for the Los Angeles Rams, and it seems a very long time since the heyday of Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk and Isaac Bruce combining to make the 1999 season the best in Rams’ history. Their 23-16 victory over the Tennessee Titans in 1999 saw Warner stun the league as he threw for 41 touchdowns in the regular season, with 526 points being posted, and leading to the nickname ‘The Greatest Show on Turf’.
2016/17 will see The Rams begin as an outsider for both the NFC West and Super Bowl, but as they’ve proven before, they can be a match for any team on their day. The greatest show on turf just may need to be the greatest show on the road to get the Los Angeles Rams into the playoffs.
Los Angeles Rams Betting Lines Today
Keep an eye on the latest injuries, roster picks and upcoming schedule so that you know the likely line-ups, then check out the latest odds on The Rams.
Los Angeles Rams Scores & Schedule
Every game, home or away, is going to be vital for the Rams this season as they bid to improve on last season and make the NFL playoffs.
Los Angeles Rams Standings Right Now
The Los Angeles Rams aren’t expected to make a run for the title in the NFC West, but can they confound their critics and make it to the playoffs?
How To Win At Los Angeles Rams Betting
The Rams start the 2016-17 season as third-favorites at +1000 to become NFC West champions. Don’t dismiss the Rams quite so soon. Jared Goff will add a spark offensivley to an already well-drilled defensive unit.
Acquired from the California Bears is Jared Goff, who as you can see from these 2015 highlights, can be a talisman of a quarterback. Can he inspire the Rams all the way to the playoffs?
Moving to Los Angeles is bound to give the Rams further impetus and if Goff adapt seamlessly to the NFL than who knows. The Los Angeles Rams are +5000 to win the Super Bowl, and although those odds look a little too unkind, it may be a season or two too soon for the Rams to power their way to the ‘greatest show on turf’!
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