Team Facts

Firsts, Records, Odds & Ends

Franchise Granted:
February 12, 1937 as the Cleveland Rams

First Season:
1937

Moved to Los Angeles:
1946

Moved to St. Louis:
1995

Moved to Los Angeles:
2016

Stadium:
Los Angeles Coliseum

NFL Championships:
1945, 1951

NFC Championships:
1979, 1999, 2001

NFL Western Conference Championships:
1945, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1955

NFL Coastal Division Championships:
1967, 1969

NFC Western Division Championships:
1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1985, 1999, 2001

NFC West Division Championship:
2003

Super Bowl Championships:
XXXIV

All-Time Record:
(At Start of 2017 Season)
563-576-21

Retired Uniform Numbers:
#7 Bob Waterfield
# 28 Marshall Faulk
#29 Eric Dickerson
#74 Merlin Olsen
#75 Deacon Jones
#78 Jackie Slater
#85 Jack Youngblood

 

  • Original Franchise Location: The team was originally located in Cleveland, Ohio (1937-45).
  • First Draft Choice: Johnny Drake, B, Purdue, 1937.
  • First Regular-Season Game: A 28-0 loss to the Detroit Lions, 9/10/37.
  • First Regular-Season Win: A 21-3 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, 9/17/37.
  • Original Team Colors: Red and black
  • First Winning Season: 1945 (9-1).
  • First Playoff Appearance: A 15-14 victory over the Washington Redskins in the 1945 NFL Championship game, 12/16/45.
  • First Super Bowl Appearance: A 31-19 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XIV, 1/20/80.
  • First Player Elected to the Hall of Fame: QB Bob Waterfield, 1965.
  • First All-League Selection: Johnny Drake, 1940.
  • First to Rush 200 Yards in a Game: Dan Towler, 205 yards vs. the Baltimore Colts, 11/22/53.
  • First to Gain 300 Yards Receiving in a Game: Jim Benton's 303 yards receiving vs. the Detroit Lions on 11/22/45, was a Rams and NFL first.
  • First 1,000-Yard Rusher: Dick Bass, 1,033 yards (1962).
  • Most Rushing Yards, Career: Steven Jackson, 10,135 yards (2004-2012).
  • Most Passing Yards, Career: Jim Everett, 23,758 yards (1986-1993).
  • Most Receptions, Career: Isaac Bruce, 942 receptions (1994-2007).
  • All-Time Leading Scorer: Jeff Wilkins, 1,223 points (1997-2007).
  • Most Points Scored in a Game: On 10/22/50, the Rams defeated the Baltimore Colts 70-27. By contrast, in 1937 the Rams scored just 75 points the entire season.



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