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Formed in 1936, the St. Louis Rams was created by Homer Marshman, an attorney resident in Ohio. The team got its name after Marshman decided to honor the football players from the Fordham University, as the university’s nickname is “Rams”. Upon the team’s formation it started competing in the American Football League where it ended its first season with a bang. The St. Louis Rams finished with a score of 5-2-2 score, landing behind the Boston Shamrocks in second place. In their second season, the football team became a member of the National Football League and started competing in the Western Division. With this move, the Rams picked MVP Player of the Season, Parker Hall to join the team as its halfback player. After five seasons, the St. Louis Rams were purchased by Fred Levy, Dan Levy and Jr. Reeves, however due toWorld War II; the team suspended for a year and resumed its season again in 1944. In 1945 the team enjoyed its first National Football League Championship win, defeating the Redskins with a score of 15-14. With this the team was seen relocating to Los Angeles with the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum becoming its home arena. In Los Angeles, the Rams selected players Woody Strode and Kenny Washington to become a part of the team, making them the first two black players to play in the National Football League.
The first season that the St. Louis Rams played in the NFL ended with a record score of 6-4-1, placing them in second place behind the Chicago Bears. Currently the St. Louis Rams compete in NFL’s West Division with Jeff Fisher as its head coach. The team is managed by Les Snead. Supporting the colors gold, blue and white, the St. Louis Rams have won countless titles and championships throughout its career. These include 3 League Championships that consist of 1 Super Bowl XXXIV win in 1999 and 2 NFL Championships in 1945 and 1951. Furthermore, the Rams have won 6 Conference Championships that include 2 NFL National wins, 3 NFC titles and 1 NFL Western title. If this wasn’t enough the successful franchise has made its way to 27 playoff appearances winning 15 times. Producing 15 Pro Football Hall of Famers which include George Allen, Bob Brown, Eric Dickerson, Jack Youngblood, Bob Waterfield, Dan Reeves, Deacon Jones, Merlin Olsen, Les Richter, Norm Van Brocklin, Tom Fears, Marshall Faulk and Tom Mack, including others, the Rams are one of America’s highly renowned football teams. If you are a fan, you should definitely be there to witness the Rams’ upcoming games. Buy St. Louis Rams tickets now.