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    Rams release official 2022 schedule

    The path toward defending their Super Bowl title is set.

    The Los Angeles Rams' official 2022 schedule is out, headlined by hosting the Buffalo Bills in this year's NFL Kickoff Game at SoFi Stadium in Week 1 as outside linebacker Von Miller makes his return to L.A.

    Quarterback Dak Prescott, wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, running back Ezekiel Elliott, and the Dallas Cowboys come back to SoFi Stadium in Week 5. Later in the season, wide receiver Davante Adams and the Las Vegas Raiders head west for a Thursday Night Football matchup with Los Angeles at SoFi Stadium in Week 14. The Rams wrap up their home schedule with their Week 16 Christmas Day home game against quarterback Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos.

    Overall, the Rams have the toughest strength of schedule (.567) of any team this year, based on their opponents posting a combined record of 164-125-0 in 2021. Los Angeles will also face eight teams that qualified for the playoffs last season. Additionally, they are slated to play five primetime games on the initial schedule, tied with the Ravens, Cowboys, Packers, Chiefs, Saints, Steelers, *****, Seahawks, and Buccaneers for most among all teams, according to NFL Media Research.

    Fans can be there at SoFi Stadium by visiting www.therams.com/tickets. For the best value, they should consider Season Tickets which start at $103 per game. Click here to learn more about season tickets. For a luxury game day experience, check out Suite Rental options by clicking here.

    Here are the Rams' 2022 preseason and regular-season slates. Note: Dates and kickoff times for the preseason will be announced at a later date.
    Preseason (all games will be televised on Rams Preseason flagship KABC)
    • Week 1, TBD: at Los Angeles Chargers | TBD
    • Week 2, TBD: Houston Texans | TBD –
    • Week 3, TBD: at Cincinnati Bengals | TBD
    Regular season (all kickoff times pacific time)
    • Week 1, Sept. 8: Buffalo Bills (Thu) | 5:20 p.m. | NBC
    • Week 2, Sept. 18: Atlanta Falcons | 1:05 p.m. | FOX
    • Week 3, Sept. 25: at Arizona Cardinals | 1:25 p.m. | FOX
    • Week 4, Oct. 3: at San Francisco ***** (Mon) | 5:15 p.m. | ESPN
    • Week 5, Oct. 9: Dallas Cowboys | 1:25 p.m. | FOX
    • Week 6, Oct. 16: Carolina Panthers | 1:05 p.m. | FOX
    • Week 7: BYE
    • Week 8, Oct. 30: San Francisco ***** | 1:25 p.m. | FOX
    • Week 9, Nov. 6: at Tampa Bay Buccaneers | 1:25 p.m. | CBS
    • Week 10, Nov. 13: Arizona Cardinals | 1:25 p.m. | FOX
    • Week 11: Nov. 20: at New Orleans Saints | 10 a.m. | FOX
    • Week 12, Nov. 27: at Kansas City Chiefs | 1:25 p.m. | FOX
    • Week 13, Dec. 4: Seattle Seahawks | 1:05 p.m. | FOX
    • Week 14, Dec. 8: Las Vegas Raiders (Thu) | 5:15 p.m. | Amazon Prime Video
    • Week 15, Dec. 19: at Green Bay Packers (Mon) | 5:15 p.m. | ESPN
    • Week 16, Dec. 25: Denver Broncos | 1:30 p.m. | CBS/Nickelodeon
    • Week 17, Jan. 1: at Los Angeles Chargers | 5:20 p.m. | NBC
    • Week 18*: Jan. 7/8: at Seattle Seahawks | TBD | TBD

    *In Week 18, all dates, kickoff times, and networks are listed as TBD and will be determined and announced following the conclusion of Week 17. Two matchups will be played on Saturday (1:30 pm PT and 5:15 pm PT) with the remainder to be played on Sunday afternoon (10 am PT and 1:25 pm PT) and one matchup to be played on Sunday night (5:20 pm PT).

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  • KoaKoi
    Rams Full 2019 Schedule Released
    by KoaKoi


    Below is the Rams’ full 2019 schedule:


    All games on Sunday unless otherwise noted.

    Week 1: at Panthers | 10 a.m. | FOX

    Week 2: vs. Saints | 1:25 p.m. | FOX

    Week 3: at Browns | 5:20 p.m. | NBC | Sunday Night Football

    Week 4: vs. Buccaneers | 1:05 p.m. | FOX

    Week 5: at Seahawks | 5:20 p.m. | FOX/NFL Network/Amazon | Thursday Night Football

    Week 6: vs. ***** | 1:05 p.m. | FOX

    Week 7: at Falcons | 10 a.m. | FOX

    Week 8: vs. Bengals | 10 a.m. | CBS | London

    Week 9: Bye

    Week 10: at Steelers | 1:25 p.m. | FOX

    Week 11: vs. Bears | 5:20 p.m. | NBC | Sunday Night Football

    Week 12: vs. Ravens | 5:15 p.m. | ESPN | Monday Night Football

    Week 13: at Cardinals | 1:05 p.m. | FOX

    Week 14: vs. Seahawks | 5:20 p.m. | NBC | Sunday Night Football

    Week 15: at Cowboys | 1:25 p.m. | FOX

    Week 16: at ***** | TBD | TBD*

    Week 17: vs. Cardinals | 1:25 p.m. | FOX

    *Rams vs. ***** is in the five-game Saturday pool for Week 16. The two games that will be played on Saturday in Week 16 will be determined after Week 8....
    -04-17-2019, 05:13 PM
  • evil disco man
    Rams 2009 Schedule
    by evil disco man
    (All games on Sundays, all times EST)

    Week One - 9/13
    Rams @ Seahawks
    4:15 PM, FOX

    Week Two - 9/20
    Rams @ Redskins
    1:00 PM, FOX

    Week Three - 9/27
    Packers @ Rams
    1:00 PM, FOX

    Week Four - 10/4
    Rams @ *****
    4:15 PM, FOX

    Week Five - 10/11
    Vikings @ Rams
    1:00 PM, FOX

    Week Six - 10/18
    Rams @ Jaguars
    1:00 PM, FOX

    Week Seven - 10/25
    Colts @ Rams
    1:00 PM, CBS

    Week Eight - 11/1
    Rams @ Lions
    1:00 PM, FOX

    Week Nine - 11/8
    BYE

    Week Ten - 11/15
    Saints @ Rams
    1:00 PM, FOX

    Week Eleven - 11/22
    Cardinals @ Rams
    4:05 PM, FOX

    Week Twelve - 11/29
    Seahawks @ Rams
    1:00 PM, FOX

    Week Thirteen - 12/6
    Rams @ Bears
    1:00 PM, FOX

    Week Fourteen - 12/13
    Rams @ Titans
    1:00 PM, FOX

    Week Fifteen - 12/20
    Texans @ Rams
    1:00 PM, CBS

    Week Sixteen - 12/27
    Rams @ Cardinals
    4:05 PM, FOX

    Week Seventeen - 1/3
    ***** @ Rams
    1:00 PM, FOX
    -04-14-2009, 04:11 PM
  • MauiRam
    Rams 2008 Schedule (Hot Off The Press!)
    by MauiRam
    Rough start: Rams get Giants, Cowboys early
    By Jim Thomas
    ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
    04/15/2008

    There’s no treading lightly when it comes to the Rams’ 2008 regular-season schedule; they get thrown right into the deep end.
    Beginning with the season opener Sept. 7 at Philadelphia, the Rams play all four teams from football’s toughest division in 2007 -- the NFC East -- by mid October.

    The Super Bowl champion New York Giants come to Our Town the following week, in the Rams’ Sept. 14 home opener.

    Then it’s off to Seattle in Week 3 to meet the four-time defending NFC West champions -- the Seahawks. And there’s more. Before midseason, the Rams play NFC East power Dallas (at home) and travel to New England to play the defending AFC champion Patriots.

    Isaac Bruce fans must wait until Nov. 16 to see the former Rams great -- reunited with "Mad" Mike Martz -- when St. Louis travels to San Francisco. The ***** don’t come to St. Louis until Game 15, on Dec. 21.

    The Rams have a bye after just four games, matching the second-earliest bye since the move to St. Louis in 1995.

    And for just the second time since the move to St. Louis, the Rams don’t have a prime time game. The only other time that happened was in 1999

    RAMS 2008 SCHEDULE
    (Home games in CAPS)

    Date / Opponent / Time (TV network)

    Sun. Sept. 7 ... at Philadelphia ... Noon (Fox)

    Sun. Sept. 14 ... NY GIANTS ... Noon (Fox)

    Sun. Sept. 21 ... at Seattle ... 3:05 p.m. (Fox)

    Sun. Sept. 28 ... BUFFALO ... 3:05 p.m. (CBS)

    Sun. Oct. 5 ... Bye

    Sun. Oct. 12 ... at Washington ... Noon (Fox)

    Sun. Oct. 19 ... DALLAS ... Noon (Fox)

    Sun. Oct. 26 ... at New England ... Noon (Fox)

    Sun. Nov. 2 ... ARIZONA ... Noon (Fox)

    Sun. Nov. 9 ... at New York Jets ... Noon (Fox)

    Sun. Nov. 16 ... at San Francisco ... 3:05 p.m. (Fox)

    Sun. Nov. 23 ... CHICAGO ... Noon (Fox)

    Sun. Nov. 30 ... MIAMI ... Noon (CBS)

    Sun. Dec. 7 ... at Arizona ... 3:15 p.m. (Fox)

    Sun. Dec. 14 ... SEATTLE ... Noon (Fox)

    Sun. Dec. 21 ... SAN FRANCISCO ... Noon (Fox)

    Sun. Dec. 28 ... at Atlanta ... Noon (Fox)
    -04-15-2008, 12:34 PM
  • Barry Waller
    Rams Schedule
    by Barry Waller
    Well, as usual the NFL didn't give the Rams any breaks when it comes to the schedule. As you can see from looking at it below, the league must not like hot seated coach Scott Linehan very much.

    Getting off to a decent start is so important for a team, and having to travel to Philly for the opener, then face the Super Bowl champs at home, then on the road at Seattle is certainly no bargain at all.

    I guess one has to look at the bright spots. At least we may have our O-line intact at the start against those three ferocious pass rushes. Then again, maybe looking hard at Jake Long in the draft isn't such a poor idea.

    Should the Rams not be up to snuff in their blocking schemes at the start, Marc Bulger could end up in the hospital.

    Then add "soft" opponent in Buffalo at home, an early bye and Washington in DC, a very hard place to play, followed by NFC possible favorite Dallas and it adds up to doom if the Rams are not ready to really play well early on.

    Since the Redskins and Philly are on the road, this shapes up to be a nightmare that would be fortunate to even be .500 after six games, with 1-5 a real possibility, not a good omen for Linehan at all. Then comes a trip to New England, so at 1-6, Linehan may never even make it to November.

    We will know very early if this team is improved, that's for sure, but it doesn't look good on paper. If it's really bad early, this fragile team might fall apart again and not be able to beat anyone by November.






    matchups with super bowl xlii teams, late nfc west division games highlight 2008 schedule



    ST. LOUIS – Games against both Super Bowl XLII teams, and three consecutive divisional matchups late in the season will highlight the St. Louis Rams 2008 season, announced by the NFL today.



    The Rams open the season on the road Sept. 7 at Philadelphia, the first time the Rams have played in the “City of Brotherly Love” since 2002. The Rams opened the 2001 season at Philadelphia, collecting a 20-17 overtime victory en route to playing in Super Bowl XXXVI that season. Since the Rams moved to St. Louis in 1995, the Rams are 8-5 in season openers.



    The Rams return to St. Louis for the season home opener to face the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants on Sept. 16. The game will mark the first time the Rams will host the Giants since 2002. In Week 3, the Rams head back on the road to face NFC West Division champs the Seattle Seahawks on Sept. 21. In Week 4, the Rams come back to the Edward Jones Dome to face off against the Buffalo Bills on Sept. 28. The game will mark the first time the Bills have played in St. Louis since 1995.



    After a bye in Week 5, the Rams have back to back games against the NFC East -- first heading east to take...
    -04-15-2008, 02:07 PM
  • RamDez
    Instant reaction: Rams 2022 season schedule release
    by RamDez
    Instant reaction: Rams 2022 season schedule release


    Merry Christmas, everyone.

    And not just because the defending Super Bowl champions will host the Denver Broncos on December 25.

    The scheduled release is my favorite day of the offseason. It's Christmas in May. When the calendar takes shape and the opponents become real targets in time. It's also nice to anticipate and plan, including for the holidays. Hope you feel similarly about what has become the latest tentpole event for the NFL.

    Simultaneously, the 2022 slate represents the most rigorous and accommodating schedule the Rams have been assigned since returning to Los Angeles (and maybe ever).

    The nine-home-eight-away imbalance tilts in their favor this year.

    Layer in an "away" game against the Chargers in Week 17, and it becomes 10 contests at SoFi Stadium with just seven true road trips. The Rams will only play in the eastern time zone – triple checks to be sure this is accurate – once? Once.

    The flip side is that this has already been singled out as the toughest path in the league.

    It is very much a first-place schedule. A crossover with the AFC West, the most buzzworthy division in the NFL this offseason, makes for an absolute gauntlet.

    And a whole lot of attention on the Rams.

    How Many Prime Times?

    Not only will the Rams have a target on their back, they'll also have a ton of eyeballs watching their every move.

    They've been assigned the preliminary maximum of five prime time appearances (with the potential to flex into even more down the schedule).

    Said another way, only four Rams games are currently penciled in for regional coverage (with the regular-season finale TBD, as always). So for those of you outside the greater Los Angeles area, you shouldn't be sweating your television coverage maps much this season.

    Where's the Bye?

    Week 7.

    That's earlier than any team would like. Earliest of Sean McVay's tenure, in fact.

    Unfortunately, the bye comes after just two road trips, and even those are short pitstops within the division.

    One positive is that it lands right before a home game against the *****, giving the Rams extra time to prepare for their biggest rival in Week 8.

    When is Thursday Night Football?

    Well, it's in two places this year. Atop the schedule versus Buffalo. Playing opening night at home is arguably the biggest scheduling advantage the NFL has to offer.

    Then an actual short week in December against the Raiders.

    (For what it's worth, the 2021 Tampa Bay Buccaneers also had to play twice on Thursday last fall coming off a Super Bowl victory. The 2020 Kansas City Chiefs did not. Neither did the 2019 New England Patriots.)

    Fortunately, that Week 14 with Las Vegas follows...
    -05-12-2022, 10:53 PM
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