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  • #16
    I've had an upside down Ram logo on my truck ever since they got rid of C Warner. I tell everyone who asks why and I will put a new one on right side up when they make it back to the SB. Time to break out the razor blade.

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      2018 NFC Champions!

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      • #18
        I am beyond words. This team and coach...the staff, the owner. From such depth and despair.....for so many years...........Just wow Thank you

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        • OldRamsfan
          Rams Playoff History
          by OldRamsfan
          Here is a little more history hope you ya all enjoy

          Rams Playoff History

          The Rams franchise has a long and impressive history of playoff appearances. Through the 2001 season, only the Dallas Cowboys (26), and the New York Giants (25) have participated in more playoff seasons than the Rams (24). Only the Dallas Cowboys (9) have more consecutive seasons with playoff appearances than the Rams (8). The Rams overall post-season record is 18-22 (.450).


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          The Rams history of playoff appearances:
          The Rams organization begain in Ohio in 1936 as the Cleveland Rams in the second version of the American Football League. In 1937, they were awarded an NFL franchise. In 1946, the team moved to Los Angeles, California. In the early years, up through 1965, the NFL consisted of just 2 divisions, Eastern and Western (called American and National Conferences in 1950-1952). The playoffs were simple: the winners of each conference would play each other for the NFL title. There were occasional conference playoffs due to tied records. During this period, the Rams won their conference 5 times, and won 2 of their 5 NFL Championship Game appearances, once while still in Cleveland, and once in Los Angeles.

          Cleveland:
          1936 - AFL Championship - Cleveland Rams vs. Boston Shamrocks - Cancelled
          1945 - NFL Championship - Cleveland Rams 15 - Washington Redskins 14

          Los Angeles:
          1949 - NFL Championship - Philadelphia Eagles 14 - Los Angeles Rams 0
          1950 - National Conference Playoff - Los Angeles Rams 24 - Chicago Bears 20
          1950 - NFL Championship - Cleveland Browns 30 - Los AngelesRams 28
          1951 - NFL Championship - Los AngelesRams 24 - Cleveland Browns 17
          1952 - Western Division Playoff - Detroit Lions 31 - Los Angeles Rams 21
          1955 - NFL Championship - Cleveland Browns 38 - Los Angeles Rams 14


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          Beginning in 1967, some changes began to appear which would have an impact on post-season playoffs. From 1967 through 1969, the NFL and the upstart AFL would remain separate leagues. However, the two league champions would play each other in an NFL-AFL championship game. In 1967, the NFL divided each conference into two divisions; the Eastern Conference had the Capitol and Century Divisions; the Western Conference had the Central and Coastal Divisions. At season's end, the two division winners in each conference would play for the conference title, and the conference champions would play for the NFL championship and the right to represent the NFL in the NFL-AFL championship game.
          1967 - Western Conference Playoff - Green Bay Packers 18 - Los Angeles Rams 7
          1969 - Western Conference Playoff - Minnesota Vikings 23 - Los Angeles Rams 20
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          -01-28-2006, 08:05 PM
        • OldRamsfan
          Do We Have A Chance
          by OldRamsfan
          RAMS PLAYOFF HISTORY : Do we have a chance or the history to make this happen , Yea I think we do ...Most of you here know this already , just thought for some of our younger fans that may not "just a thought "



          The Rams franchise has a long and impressive history of playoff appearances. Through the 2001 season, only the Dallas Cowboys (26), and the New York Giants (25) have participated in more playoff seasons than the Rams (24). Only the Dallas Cowboys (9) have more consecutive seasons with playoff appearances than the Rams (8). The Rams overall post-season record is 18-22 (.450).
          The Rams history of playoff appearances:

          The Rams organization begain in Ohio in 1936 as the Cleveland Rams in the second version of the American Football League. In 1937, they were awarded an NFL franchise. In 1946, the team moved to Los Angeles, California. In the early years, up through 1965, the NFL consisted of just 2 divisions, Eastern and Western (called American and National Conferences in 1950-1952). The playoffs were simple: the winners of each conference would play each other for the NFL title. There were occasional conference playoffs due to tied records. During this period, the Rams won their conference 5 times, and won 2 of their 5 NFL Championship Game appearances, once while still in Cleveland, and once in Los Angeles.

          Cleveland:
          1936 - AFL Championship - Cleveland Rams vs. Boston Shamrocks - Cancelled
          1945 - NFL Championship - Cleveland Rams 15 - Washington Redskins 14

          Los Angeles:
          1949 - NFL Championship - Philadelphia Eagles 14 - Los Angeles Rams 0
          1950 - National Conference Playoff - Los Angeles Rams 24 - Chicago Bears 20
          1950 - NFL Championship - Cleveland Browns 30 - Los AngelesRams 28
          1951 - NFL Championship - Los AngelesRams 24 - Cleveland Browns 17
          1952 - Western Division Playoff - Detroit Lions 31 - Los Angeles Rams 21
          1955 - NFL Championship - Cleveland Browns 38 - Los Angeles Rams 14
          Beginning in 1967, some changes began to appear which would have an impact on post-season playoffs. From 1967 through 1969, the NFL and the upstart AFL would remain separate leagues. However, the two league champions would play each other in an NFL-AFL championship game. In 1967, the NFL divided each conference into two divisions; the Eastern Conference had the Capitol and Century Divisions; the Western Conference had the Central and Coastal Divisions. At season's end, the two division winners in each conference would play for the conference title, and the conference champions would play for the NFL championship and the right to represent the NFL in the NFL-AFL championship game.

          1967 - Western Conference Playoff - Green Bay Packers 18 - Los Angeles Rams 7
          1969 - Western Conference Playoff - Minnesota Vikings 23 - Los Angeles Rams 20
          In 1970, with the absorption of the AFL into the
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          -11-16-2005, 08:22 AM
        • Guest's Avatar
          Why some Rams Fans Shun Just Making it to Playoffs or a good W/L record
          by Guest
          1972 LOS ANGELES RAMS
          In a history-making move, Baltimore Colts owner Carroll Rosenbloom trades the Baltimore franchise to Robert Irsay in exchange for the Rams. Irsay had purchased the Rams from the estate of the late Dan Reeves. The transaction was completed and announced on July 14. Rosenbloom, "the most successful owner in the NFL over the last two decades, brings with him to Los Angeles Don Klosterman, Rosenbloom's general manager in Baltimore. After five years at Cal State Fullerton Rams move training site to Cal State Long Beach. After 6-7-1 season, all coaches are dismissed. Tom Mack and Coy Bacon are first team All-Pro choices.

          1973 LOS ANGELES RAMS
          An observer in '72, Rosenbloom begins to make changes early in 1973, and they pay off quickly. His choice for head coach, former Detroit assistant Chuck Knox, leads team to 12-2 season, winningest in Rams history, and Knox becomes "Coach of the Year," Roman Gabriel is traded to Philadelphia and the new quarterback, former San Diego Charger John Hadl, is NFC "Player of the Year." Hadl is joined on All-Pro First Team by Harold Jackson, Joe Scibelli, Tom Mack, Jack Youngblood and Isiah Robertson. Rams win NFC West title, but lose in first round of playoffs to Dallas. Other changes introduced by Rosenbloom include return to blue and gold uniforms. Club returns to Cal State Fullerton for summer training.



          1974 LOS ANGELES RAMS
          Carroll Rosenbloom's son, Steve, takes over as Assistant to the President. After 3-2 start. Rams trade John Hadl to Green Bay for five draft choices in bold move that stuns the football world. Hadl's backup, James Harris, becomes starter and leads team to 10-4 record, its second straight NFC Western title and its first playoff victory since 1951 (a 19-10 win over Washington) before the Rams lose to Minnesota, 14-10, in NFC title game. Merlin Olsen wins Bert Bell Trophy as " NFL's" Most Valuable "Player. Tom Mack, Lawrence McCutcheon Jack Youngblood, Fred Dryer, Isiah Robertson and Dave Elmendorf give Rams six All-Pro selections for second straight year.

          1975 LOS ANGELES RAMS
          With defense allowing second fewest points in NFL history over a 14-game season (135), Rams win third straight NFC Western title by completing 12-2 season, Jack Youngblood is named NFC Defensive Player of Year and earns first team All-Pro honors along with Tom Mack and Isiah Robertson. After playoff victory over St. Louis, however, they lose to Dallas in the NFC Championship Game. The 34-8 record over the last three years is best in the NFL.



          1976 LOS ANGELES RAMS
          Rams win NFC West title for fourth straight year with 10-3-1 record then beat Dallas, 14-12, for their first playoff victory on the road before 24-13 NFC title game loss at Minnesota. Quarterback injuries mar season and Rookie Pat Haden becomes fourth different playoff QB in four years...
          -11-26-2004, 10:38 PM
        • dgr828
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          Well, the Los Angeles Angels (of Anaheim) made their case in a sweep of Los Angeles' other baseball team, the Los Angeles Dodgers (of Chavez Ravine).
          Los Angeles Angels improves its record to (27-18) 1st place in AL WEST.
          Los Angeles Dodgers fall to (25-19) 1st place in the NL WEST.
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