St. Louis Rams Tickets
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The floundering Rams haven’t had a winning season since 2003 and possible relocation to LA looms over the team like a cloud, but for 2015 some interesting shakeups provide excitement for improved play. A decidedly middle-of-the-road defense adds free agent LB Akeem Ayers from New England and DT Nick Fairley from Detroit, without any major losses. At the end of the season the Rams’ defense showed big time flashes, like only the 15th pair of back-to-back shutouts since the merger in blowouts of Oakland and Washington. Over their last seven games, the Rams averaged less than 15 points per game allowed. A decidedly back-of-the-pack offense will look quite different this year, as the team gave up on Sam Bradford and dealt him to Philly for Nick Foles. Foles takes over from Austin Davis and Shaun Hill, who split last season’s starts while Bradford was out for the year. At running back, rookie Tre Mason (765 rush yards) took over the starting job with a number of explosive games while original starter Zac Stacy was barely getting on the field, infuriating fantasy owners. But Mason may now be supplanted by #10 overall pick Todd Gurley out of UGA. Second, third, and fourth round picks of offensive tackles ensure coach Jeff Fisher is committed to his offense, and third round QB Sean Mannion (Oregon State) brings in some competition. WR Kenny Britt was resigned--he’s flanked by Tavon Austin, who is still looking for his breakout, and Jared Cook. Is Foles a franchise quarterback? Is Gurley a long term answer? Will the offense keep up with a rising defense? And of course, where will the Rams find themselves next August? The St. Louis Rams operate under head coach Jeff Fisher at the Edward Jones Dome in downtown St. Louis. Despite struggling with mediocrity over much of their two decades in the city, the Rams have featured a number of great players at offensive skill positions, including Kurt Warner, Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt, Marc Bulger, Stephen Jackson, and Marshall Faulk. Sam Bradford was supposed to join those names but never lived up to potential when he wasn’t injured. The Rams franchise began in Cleveland in 1937, moved to Los Angeles in 1946, Anaheim in 1980, and St. Louis is 1995. The LA Rams, as they were known in LA and Anaheim, were one of the NFL’s more successful franchises, although they never won a Super Bowl. The franchise as a whole has the one title won under Warner in 1999, two other Super Bowl appearances, two other NFL Championships, 15 division titles, and 27 playoff appearances. They’ve called seven stadiums home over 78 seasons of NFL football but could be on the move again to Inglewood, CA as owner Stan Kroenke looks to capitalize on the hugely untapped LA market. But with St. Louis offering public money for a new stadium, it remains to be seen if it’ll happen. 2015 home games include Seattle, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, San Francisco, Chicago, Arizona, Detroit, and Tampa Bay on Thursday night. The Tampa game could be the last home game in St. Louis. Get your Rams tickets from Gold Coast Tickets today!