Great Games: Flipper Anderson Of The Rams Kills The Saints

The late 1980’s Los Angeles Rams never made it to the Super Bowl, but they had an exciting team just the same. In 1989, quarterback Jim Everett led them to an 11-5 record and all the way to the conference championship game, only to lose to the San Francisco 49ers. They had some big games […]

What College Have The Rams Drafted The Most Players From?

The Los Angeles Rams have a long history in the NFL, and they also have a history of changing locations. They began as the Cleveland Rams before relocating to the West Coast to become the Los Angeles Rams, moving back to the Midwest to become the St. Louis Rams, before returning to Los Angeles prior […]

Five Fun Facts About Sam Bradford Being Traded From The Eagles To The Vikings

With the recent trade of quarterback Sam Bradford from the Eagles to the Vikings, we thought it’d be a nice time to look at some fun facts about the whole situation. -Sam Bradford wore jersey number 7 with the Philadelphia Eagles. If he keeps that number, he’ll join another former Eagles quarterback who wore number […]

10 Fun Facts About The Touchdown Passes Of Vince Ferragamo

Vince Ferragamo came out of the University of Nebraska with high hopes for a great NFL career. In his third season, he led the underdog Los Angeles Rams all the was to Super Bowl XIV, falling to the Pittsburgh Steelers. After just three seasons in the league, he left for a year with the Montreal […]

Five Fun Facts About NFL Head Coach Jack Pardee

Jack Pardee had a long career in the NFL that included playing from 1957 to 1970 with the Los Angeles Rams and then with the Washington Redskins from 1971 to 1973. He was a full time linebacker who also saw occasional time at fullback. He was a hard working player who always had the respect […]

Five Fun Facts About The Rams

The Rams can trace their history back to multiple previous cities. They have had a very interesting history. Here is a quick look at some fun Rams trivia. 1. Dick Vermeil coached the Rams to their very first Super Bowl title. In 1969, Vermeil had been hired by the Los Angeles Rams to be the […]

Five Fun Facts About Rams Wide Receiver Isaac Bruce

Isaac Bruce had a 16 year career in the NFL and was one of the most productive wide receivers in the game for a good chunk of it. He was an essential part of ‘The Greatest Show on Turf’ with the Rams in the early 2000s. Here is a look at five fun facts about […]

Five Interesting Facts About Pat Haden, QB Of The Rams And Trojans

Pat Haden had a relatively short NFL career, but he was a very memorable player. He starred at the University of Southern California, winning two national championships and making it to three Rose Bowls, including being named the co-MVP of the 1975 Rose Bowl. He then had a productive career in the pros before turning […]

Chuck Knox – An Underrated Head Coach

Chuck Knox is a name known by many football fans, especially those that watched pro football from the 1970s to the early 1990s.  He isn’t thought of usually though when people start listing the great coaches of all time.  Though he may not have had the most successful career in the NFL, he is vastly […]

The Curious Career Paths Of Norm Van Brocklin And Roman Gabriel

Tracking the movements of players during their careers is sometimes entertaining. Many players stay with one franchise for all or a bulk of their career, while other players skip around from team to team. Occasionally an oddity arises though that can be fun to look at. For instance: The curious career paths of Norm Van […]