2014 St. Louis Rams Road Schedule
One look at the St. Louis Rams schedule this season and you'll see that there
are plenty of top-tier matchups that you know you'll want to be a part of, as the Rams take aim at the top of the toughest
division in football and have the talent to make some serious noise along the way. Home games at Edward Jones Dome are sure
to be absolutely hopping this season, but that's also just the tip of the iceberg, as you can also count on seeing plenty
of Rams' colors in the stands on the road as the Rams look to continue their steady road play. This is a team that has gained
the reputation for having one of the very best rosters in the NFL, and now they're looking to just fine-tune a few things
that will make them a major contender.
One of the top matchups of the season, of course, will be when the Rams head
to Seattle to take on the Seattle Seahawks, a game that will Dec. 28 to wrap up the regular season. Beating the champs is
always a great way to close out the regular season and there are sure to be some major playoff implications as well. Fans
definitely don't have to wait until the end of the season for a huge road matchup, however, as the Rams have a slew of other
intriguing road games as well. A Nov. 2 matchup against the Niners will have plenty of fanfare as will the following week's
game against the Cardinals in Glendale, Arizona.
More than just the divisional road matchups, though, the Rams will
have plenty of other anticipated games as well. An Oct. 5 matchup against the Eagles isn't going to be lacking in excitement
and you're sure to see some Rams' colors in Kansas City on Oct. 26 as the Rams take on the Chiefs. Put it all together and
the Rams have another road schedule absolutely packed to the brim with bone-jarring games that will have fans glued to the
action all season long.
St. Louis Rams Team Info
The St. Louis Rams have a roster brimming with talent,
and football fans saw that talent translating into good play on the field early last season. However, a season-ending injury
to starting quarterback Sam Bradford derailed hopes of the postseason for this club in 2013, which was a major disappointment
considering Bradford was having his best season as a pro, posting 14 touchdowns and just four interceptions in the seven games
in which he played. Backup Kellen Clemens replaced Bradford and played decently, but the Rams weren't able to quite pull it
together in the division that was the toughest in the NFL in 2014. With a very staunch defense, particularly against the run,
and Bradford looking to elevate his game now that he's healthy and back under center, anything can happen from here for the
NFL Road Experience
The St. Louis Rams will take to the road this season for some fantastic matchups,
and only the most loyal of Rams fans will be there in person to see the team take the field. You can be there for any of the
Rams biggest games away from home this season as they look to build their confidence by bringing home some huge road wins
that could catapult them up the NFC West standings. If you've never been to a road contest, then this is the year to change
that, as supporting the team away from home is a different experience that every fan needs to experience sooner or later.
With a promising season sure to be filled with electrifying excitement, it simply doesn't get any better than this.
St. Louis Rams History
The St. Louis Rams are a team in the National Football League and currently play in the
league's NFC West division with the San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals. The Rams have played in several
cities over the course of the franchise's existence, but seem to have found a great home in St. Louis. The Rams have had some
incredible players in team history, including Kurt Warner, Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt and Marshall Faulk. They have also won
one Super Bowl to date, which went down following the 1999 season courtesy of one of the most dynamic offenses in the history
of the National Football League.
St. Louis Rams Trivia
In what year did the Rams win their first NFC title?
answer is 1979. The franchise has since added two more conference crowns, the most recent coming in 2001. The Rams were heavy
favorites in the Super Bowl following the 2001 season, but ultimately fell to a Patriots team led by quarterback Tom Brady,
who was starting his first season in the National Football League. The game is often noted as being the beginning of the Patriots'