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Cleveland Rams

 

1944

(10-08-44 or 10-29-44) Chicago Bears vs Cleveland Rams - narrated by Red Grange, b/w (A-) (6m)

(11-05-44) Cleveland Rams @ Washington Redskins (28m) (color, narrated, B)

 

1945

(10-28-45) Cleveland Rams @ Philadelphia Eagles - Silent (B-) (46m)

(12-16-45) 1945 NFL Championship - Washington Redskins @ Cleveland Rams - Silent, edited huddles, color - added march, 2007

 

Los Angles Rams

 

1946

(10-06-46) Los Angles Rams @ Green Bay Packers - The Green Bay Packers were within six seconds of winning their first ball game of the season, but, in that brief span, Mike Holovak bulled over from the one-foot line to give the Los Angeles Rams a 21-17 win. The Rams began their winning drive on their 20-yard line. Tom Harmon, former Michigan star, skirted left end for 30 yards and from there on Bob Waterfield fired four passes to Jim Benton for a first down on the Packer one foot mark. The Packers reared up and stopped Waterfield's quarterback sneak, but Holovak pushed it across on the next play. Curly Lambeau said, after the game, he was considering filing a protest and claimed the game actually was over when Holovak scored. He said the officials called time out in the closing seconds, giving the Rams time to line up for the final try. If the Rams had called the time-out, they would have incurred a five-yard penalty under the league rules, Lambeau declared. - played in Milwaukee, narrated, color original game film (7 minutes)

 

1949

(12-18-49) 1949 NFL Championship - Philadelphia Eagles @ Los Angeles Rams - includes game film clip from regular season meeting also - (31m) (b/w, silent, B-)

 

1950

(12-24-50) 1950 NFL Championship - Los Angeles Rams @ Cleveland Browns - 24 mins, B/W, silent footage - Added September, 2008

 

1951 Season

(12-23-51) 1951 NFL Championship - Cleveland Browns @ Los Angeles Rams - Los Angeles wins it's first title 24-17 as Van Brocklin to Fears bomb dooms Cleveland despite great day from Hall of Famer QB Otto Graham (black & white, narrated, edited to 49 minutes, B+)

 

1952

(11-02-52) Dallas Texans @ Los Angeles Rams - B/W, silent, 18 minutes (Quality 8) - Added May, 2011

 

1955

(12-26-55) 1955 NFL Championship - Cleveland Browns @ Los Angeles Rams - Otto Grahams’ last game - The Cleveland Browns intercepted 7 passes, six off of Norm Van Brocklin, and converted them into 24 pts. to win their third NFL Championship. Otto Graham played great completing 14 or 25 passes for 209 yards and 2 Tds. Graham also ran for 2 Tds. The Rams Skeets Quinlan would star for L.A. catching 5 balls for 116 yards. This game marked an end to the Browns remarkable decade since its inception in 1946. 10 years, 10 championship games and 7 titles (4 AAFC and 3 NFL) Game also included Lou Groza, Dante Lavelli, and Frank Gatski who were there for the entire Browns run. Color, sound, about 30 mins (Quality 8.5)

 

1957 Season

(10-06-57) Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers - 4th Qtr comeback wins the game - "The Big Play" - Narrated highlights from game. Original, 5 minutes, black and white. (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(10-20-57) Los Angeles Rams @ Chicago Bears - Played at Wrigley Field. - Norm Van Brocklin QBs for Rams - RB Willie Galimore runs for 4 TDs for Bears. - Narrated highlights from game. 2.5 minutes, black and white. Comes on 1953-57 Bears clips DVD (Quality 10) - Added March, 2011

 

1966

(09-25-66) Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers - Bart Starr braced the reeling Green Bay Packers with an 80-yard touchdown strike to Elijah Pitts in the final period, and the Packers went on to a 24-13 victory over the Los Angeles Rams. The victory gave the unbeaten Packers undisputed possession of first place in the NFL Western Conference race. The Packers, their back to the wall as a result of four fumble recoveries by the Rams, were struggling to hold a 17-13 lead when Starr, passing from near his own end zone on a second down and 10 play, found Pitts in the clear on about the Packer 45. Pitts, getting a bruising block from Boyd Dowler, sprinted ahead of the Rams secondary the rest of the way. The Packers had a 17-0 lead and had held the Rams without a first down when their fumbling started late in the second period. The Rams' Maxie Vaughan pounced on Starr's fumble at the Green Bay 33 to set up a 13-yard Bruce Gossett field goal. Gossett, who missed two field goals in the second half, kicked a 35-yarder minutes later. The second field goal came after Pitts lost the ball on a hand-off and Irv Cross recovered. The Rams struck again in the third period as they mounted a 54-yard drive that ended with Dick Bass slicing over from the eight. Starr was at his best in the first half as he engineered touchdown drives of 69 and 33 yards. Both drives ended in Paul Hornung touchdowns - the first on a six yard pass and the second on a four yard slant off tackle. Don Chandler, who had one field goal blocked by Dave Jones in the first period, connected from the 14 in the second quarter. Dave Robinson had picked off a Roman Gabriel pass at the Rams' 27 and returned it to the 13 to set it up. - NFL "GOTW" highlights from game - original, 26 minutes (Quality 9) - upgradeed June, 2009

(10-16-66) Dallas Cowboys @ St. Louis Cardinals - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(12-04-66) St. Louis Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(12-18-66) Green Bay Packers @ Los Angeles Rams - Green Bay destroyed Los Angeles' hopes of going to the Playoff Bowl as reserve quarterback Zeke Bratkowski led the champion Packers to a 27-23 victory. A crowd of 72,416, the largest in two years, turned out in summerlike weather in hopes that the Rams might win and journey to Miami, Fla,, for the game between the second place teams of the NFL's two divisions January 8. Green Bay wound up the regular season with a record of 12-2, while the Rams, 8-6, had their best season since 1958. The Rams suddenly caught fire in the final three minutes of the game and scored two touchdowns to go with the record-making three field goals kicked by Bruce Gossett. Gossett's three field goals were for 36, 30 and 17 yards and brought his total for the season to 28, breaking the NFL record of 26 set in 1962 by Lou Michaels with Pittsburgh. As the fans were streaming out, punter Jon Kilgore faked a punt pass and threw the ball to DB Claude Crabb, a member of the kicking team. It went for 47 yards to the Packer 15, and two plays later, Roman Gabriel ran for the touchdown. There was a multi-fumble scene in the last minute, and Merlin Olsen came up with the ball. Gabriel passed for 65 yards to Steve Heckard to the Packer three and then passed for the TD to Marlin McKeever to pull within four points of Green Bay. Bratkowski, filling in for regular Bart Starr, played the entire game and threw one touchdown pass, 23 yards to Carroll Dale. Bob Jeter intercepted a Gabriel pass and returned it 75 yards to put Green Bay in front 7-3. The Packers led 17-9 at the half and 27-9 until the Ram explosion in the final period. Jim Taylor and Paul Hornung lined up in the second half for the final time in their careers. - NFL "GOTW" highlights from game - original, 26 minutes (Quality 9) - Added June, 2009

(12-18-66) Green Bay Packers @ LA Rams - Original full radio Broadcast from game on 3 CDs with Dick Enberg, Jamie Osmond, and Steve Bailey on the call

 

1967

(12-09-67) Green Bay Packers @ Los Angeles Rams - A blocked punt set up Los Angeles' winning touchdown in an electryfying 27-24 victory over the Green Bay Packers, keeping alive the Rams' hopes in the Coastal Division. The Packers apparently had this thriller wrapped up when reserve back Chuck Mercein ran four yards and Don Chandler's conversion put them ahead 24-20 with less than three minutes left in the game. A fumble by the Rams' Dick Bass was recovered by Jim Weatherwax on the Rams' 43 and paved the way for the final Packer touchdown. The Rams' defense held and on fourth down a punt attempt by Donny Anderson was blocked by Tony Guillory and his teammate, Claude Crabb, scooped up the ball and rambled 20 yards to the Green Bay five. With 54 seconds left, Roman Gabriel's first pass was incomplete. The next one was a direct hit in the end zone to Bernie Casey for the winning touchdown. The Rams, after trailing 10-7 at the half, were in front 17-10 in the third quarter when the complexion of the game changed quickly. Bruce Gossett kicked a 23-yard field goal but on the kickoff to the Packers, rookie halfback Travis Williams, who had run three such kicks back for touchdowns this season, returned the boot 104 yards with a sensational display of speed. Bart Starr completed 10 of 20 passes for 138 yards and a touchdown, with two interceptions. Gabriel connected on 20 of 36 for 227 and three touchdowns, with two interceptions. One of Starr's two interceptions came in the final series of plays as the clock ticked away. But the end came when his pass was picked off by Maxie Vaughan. - NFL "This week in the NFL" highlights from game - original - 15 minutes (Quality 9) - Added March, 2009

(12-17-67) Baltimore Colts @ Los Angeles Rams - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(12-23-67) 1967 Western Conference Championship - Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers - Jubuliant Green Bay Coach Vince Lombardi said it all after his Packers had whipped Los Angeles 28-7 and captured the Western Conference title in the National Football League. "We were magnificent today," the usually dour Lombardi enthused. "We rose to the occasion. A lot of people said the Packers were dead. But we still have a great nucleus." The aging but peerless Packers gave quarterback Bart Starr almost perfect protection and unleashed a remorseless rush on the Rams' Roman Gabriel to gain a berth in the NFL title game. "Never mind the 'Fearsome Foursome.' We've got our 'Fearsome Onesome,' " shouted Ron Kostelnik in a salute to teammate Henry Jordan, who tormented Gabriel throughout the long, cold afternoon. Jordan dropped Gabriel four times. He shared individual glory with Starr, Ray Nitschke and the phenomenal rookie Travis Williams. Starr and Williams accounted for three of the four Packer touchdowns. Starr passed 17 yards to Carroll Dale for one, and Williams ran 46 and two yards for two more scores. The only Los Angeles touchdown came on a 29-yard pass from Gabriel to Bernie Casey in the first period. - NFL "GOTW" highlights from game - original - Added March, 2009

(12/23/67 +12/24/67) NFL Conference Championship games - LA Rams @ Green Bay Packers, Cleveland Browns @ Dallas Cowboys - "This Week in the NFL" highlights, 25 mins - original, color (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(12/??/67) Playoff Bowl - Los Angeles Rams vs Cleveland Browns - played at the Orange Bowl and is a consolation game between the losers of the Conference Championships - "This Week in the NFL" highlights, 25 mins - original, color (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1969

(11-16-69) Los Angeles Rams @ Philadelphia Eagles - GOTW highlights, Rebroadcast, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

(12/27/69-12/28/69) NFL Conf. Championships - Los Angeles Rams @ Minnesota Vikings + Cleveland Browns @ Dallas Cowboys - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1970

(10-26-70) LA Rams @ Minnesota Vikings - MNF - A match pitting two of the greatest defense's in NFL History. The Purple People Eaters of Minnesota defeat the Fearsome Foursome of the Rams 13-3 in the rain and mud on MNF. - Gary Cuozzo's TD pass to Bill Browns provides game's only score in defensive war between two powers from the NFC. Vikes D forces 4 Ram TOS. (131 mins) (Quality 8) - added March, 2007

 

1971

(11-08-71) L.A. Rams @ Baltimore Colts - MNF - Tom Matte 97yrds and 2 TDS/ Ted Hendricks big fumble recovery return for score. Cosell interviews VP Spiro Agnew. - 3 discs, includes commercials and halftime (quality 8.5) - added August, 2007

(12-13-71) Washington Redskins @ LA Rams - MNF - George Allen return to face the Rams, along with 8 current Redskins who also played with him in LA, is a sweet one as his troops pull off 38-24 victory that is in doubt until the final minute. - Pete Rozelle HT guest - commercials - pregame (Quality 9)

 

1973

(10-14-73) Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angeles Rams - rebroadcast, GOTW highlights, 22 mins (Quality 9)

(12/22/73-12/23/73) 1973 Divisional Playoffs - Cincinnati Bengals @ Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins @ Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers @ Oakland Raiders - "This Week in the Pro Football highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1974

(11-04-74) Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers - MNF - San Francisco gets great performance from their newly acquired aging QB Norm Snead who nearly leads comeback, but LA holds on for clutch 15-13 win on MNF - includes pregame, half (interview between cossell and ali) and commercials (quality 9)

(12-22-74) 1974 NFC Divisional - Washington Redskins @ Los Angeles Rams - Original Radio Broadcast on CD with Lindsey Nelson - Added May, 2011

(12/21/74-12/22/74) 1974 Divisional Playoffs - St. Louis Cardinals @ Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins @ Oakland Raiders, Buffalo Bills @ Pittsburgh Steelers, Washington @ LA Rams - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(12-29-74) 1974 NFC Championship - Los Angeles Rams @ Minnesota Vikings - original GOTW Highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(12-29-74) 1974 NFC Championship - Los Angeles Rams @ Minnesota Vikings - Full Radio Broadcast on CD - Added June, 2011

 

1975

(12-20-75) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Los Angeles Rams - Sat. NF - Clash of power houses as two time Super Bowl champion bound Pittsburgh (12-1) travels to mighty LA (11-2) for a classic defensive struggle. Rams pull off long drive in final quarter to take 10-3 win over the Steelers despite star RB Franco Harris’ (21-126) big night - second half only - added August, 2007

(12-27-75) 1975 NFC Divisional - St. Louis Cardinals @ Los Angeles Rams - LA uses two INT Returns for TD’s to grab early 21-0 lead over St. Louis. The Air Coryell Cards gamely battle back, but it is too much to over come as they fall 35-23. Rams RB Lawrence McCutcheon (37-202... an NFL Playoff Record for number of Carries) has NFL Playoff Record Setting Day! - 2nd & 3rd quarters and audio in 1st and 4th Quarters - added August, 2007

(12/27/75-12/28/75) 1975 Divisional Playoffs - Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Cardinals @ LA Rams, Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings, Cincinnati Bengals @ Oakland Raiders - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(01-04-76) 1975 NFC Championship - Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angles Rams - Roger Staubach is excellent hitting on 4 TD strikes. Three of the TDS went to Preston Pearson as Dallas absolutely crushes the Rams! (140M)(1st & 4th QTRS only-NFL HLs to fill, includes pre and post game)(Some 4th QTR Network problems)(CBS)(Summerall/ Brookshier) - added December, 2007

 

1976

(09-19-76) Los Angles Rams @ Minnesota Vikings - Huge early season clash of titans sees the game go into Overtime and end in 10-10 tie when both teams fail to convert scoring opportunities! LA had tied the game with less the two minutes to go behind stellar performances from their RB’s John Cappelletti (28-128 & 2-15rec) and Lawrence McCutcheon (29-110 & 3-35rec). Minnesota’s All Pro RB Chuck Foreman (11-31 & 6-31rec) is held in check but QB Fran Tarkenton (27-43, 294yds, 1td) has a big day, as does his favorite WR Sammy White (9-139-1). Great Game! - includes pregame (with Holly Callen singing national anthem), commercials, and postgame (has video problems during postgame) (quality 9)

(09-26-76) New York Giants @ Los Angeles Rams - 2ND HALF ONLY (Quality 9.0) - Added September, 2008

(10-03-76) Los Angeles Rams @ Miami Dolphins - 2nd Half only - includes halftime with Ali retirement segment. Channel is changed during commercials to Jets vs 49ers game, which made a few plays missed (Quality 8.5) - added February, 2008

(12-19-76) 1976 NFC Divisional - Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys - LA pays back Dallas for playoff home loss last year by going into the Cowboys home and holding on for hard fought 14-12 upset win. Charlie Waters blocks not one but 2 punts in the game! - 3rd quarter in audio - includes pregame, postgame (quality 8.5) - added August, 2007

(12/18/76-12/19/76) 1976 Divisional Playoffs - Washington Redskins @ Minnesota Vikings, LA Rams @ Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots @ Oakland Raiders, Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(12-26-76) 1976 NFC Championship - Los Angeles Rams @ Minnesota Vikings - Minnesota, behind RB Chuck Foreman (199 total yards) does it to LA in the cold again with 24-13 win despite Ram HB Lawrence McCutcheon's (26-128-1) big day. - includes halftime, commercials and post game - 2nd Half only which is all that is currently available for this game (Quality 8) - added August, 2007

 

1977

(09-25-77) Philadelphia Eagles @ LA Rams - Joe Namath (one of the only games out there with him on the Rams) throws two TD passes and leads LA, with a huge assist from their awesome "D", to 20-0 whitewash of a very game Philadelphia squad - Includes Halftime, commercials, and post game w/ Namath interview (Quality 9) - Added March, 2007

(10-02-77) WK 3 - San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angeles Rams - Includes halftime and commercials (3 DVDs) (Quality 9) - Added September, 2011

(10-10-77) Los Angeles Rams @ Chicago Bears - MNF compilation disc 2 of 6 edited games - heavily edited footage from the game. Includes Halftime, 12 minutes from the game (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(10-16-77) WK 5 - New Orleans Saints @ Los Angeles Rams - missing opening kickoff - Includes halftime and commercials (3 DVDs) (Quality 9) - Added September, 2011

(10-30-77) WK 7 - Los Angeles Rams @ New Orleans Saints - Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 9) - Added September, 2011

(10-30-77) Los Angeles Rams @ New Orleans Saints - original, GOTW highlights, 22 mins (Quality 9)

(11-13-77) Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers (M) - Pat Haden marched the Rams 96 yards for a touchdown on their second series to set the tone for the game in which Los Angeles rang up 336 total yards. Haden threw for 146 yards, and John Capelletti rushed for 74 yards. Lynn Dickey's season ended, and he would not play again until 1979, when he went down with a broken leg. Even though Green Bay was trailing 24-6 with less than two minutes to play, Starr sent Dickey back out. He broke his leg in two places after completing a 12-yard pass to Willard Harrell on the final play of the game. - JIP 3rd quarter - added June 2007

(11-27-77) L.A. Rams vs Cleveland Browns - Includes halftime and post-game interviews (Quality 9)

(12-04-77) Oakland Raiders @ Los Angles Rams - Two powerhouse teams meet and the Rams barely prevail 20-14 over the Raiders. Los Angeles star RB Lawrence McCutcheon (25-97 rushing and 4-63 receiving) leads the way. Win clinched Division for the Rams - gowdy/brodie - added March, 2007

(12-11-77) Atlanta Falcons @ LA Rams - partial - starts with less than 2 minutes to go in the first half, it only goes about halfway through the third quarter and then ends - added January, 2008

(12-17-77) Los Angles Rams @ Washington Redskins - Washington must win this Saturday game and hope for Sunday help to make the Playoffs. Redskins do their part with 17-14 win over LA behind a strong effort from Calvin Hill (26-89 rush & 4-27 rec) but wont end up getting the help they needed. - missing last few minutes - added August, 2007

(12-26-77) 1977 NFC Divisional - Minnesota Vikings @ L.A. Rams - "The Mud Bowl" The Rams had easily defeated an aging Vikings team in the regular season, and after years of frustrating playoff losses in the cold of Green Bay and Minnesota, the Rams finally had a home playoff game against a cold weather team. But as luck would have it, Los Angeles was engulfed in a torrential rainstorm. In the game known as the "Mud Bowl", running back Chuck Foreman led the Vikings to a victory by recording 101 rushing yards in a torrential rainstorm. Minnesota Head Coach Bud Grant's strategy was to have quarterback Bob Lee throw early before the field lost traction. The Vikings scored first on Foreman's 5-yard touchdown run which capped a 70-yard drive. From that point on until the fourth quarter, both teams remained scoreless while the field turned into a quagmire. The Rams had two chances to score, but quarterback Pat Haden threw an interception in the end zone and kicker Rafael Septien missed a field goal. Then early in the final period, Sammy Johnson scored on a 1-yard rushing touchdown. With less than a minute left in the game, Haden threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to Harold Jackson to cut the score 14-7. The Rams then recovered the ensuing onside kick, but Haden threw another interception to end the game. - Upgraded March, 2009

 

1978

(09-24-78) L.A. Rams @ Houston Oilers - Houston's Rookie Sensation Earl Campbell runs over LA's Isaiah Robertson and out of his jersey in awesome display of power still seen in HL's today, but the Rams hold on for 10-6 victory - includes commercials and halftime (Quality 8.5)

(10-08-78) WK 6 - San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angeles Rams - Includes halftime and commercials (3 DVDs) (Quality 9) - Added September, 2011

(10-15-78) Wk 7 Los Angeles Rams @ Minnesota Vikings - Only entire 1st Half of game (Quality 8) - added May, 2011

(10-22-78) Wk 8 - New Orleans Saints @ Los Angeles Rams - Includes Halftime (Quality 8) - Added August, 2011

(11-05-78) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Los Angeles Rams - added May, 2009

(11-12-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Los Angeles Rams - 2nd Half only (Quality 8) - Added May, 2011

(12-03-78) Wk 14 - Los Angeles Rams @ New York Giants - Includes halftime and commercials (3 DVDs) (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

(12-17-78) Green Bay Packers @ Los Angeles Rams - Pat Haden, the frequently criticized Los Angeles quarterback, scrambled 24 yards to set up one touchdown and passed 21 yards to Willie Miller for another score to lead the Rams to a 31-14 victory over Green Bay and a home-field advantage in the playoffs. The defeat dropped Green Bay to 8-7-1 and eliminated the Packers from playoff consideration. They played in rain at the Coliseum. Cullen Bryant rushed for 121 yards on 30 carries and scored touchdowns on runs of 1 and 5 yards, the latter set up when Haden rushed his 24 yards to the Packers' 5-yard line. The Rams, 12-4 and already slated to host a playoff game on December 31, will be the NFC's championship game host if they survive that first contest. The Rams scored first after Pat Thomas intercepted a David Whitehurst pass at the Los Angeles 48-yard line and returned to the Green Bay 31. Eight plays and two Green Bay offside penalties resulted in Bryant's first touchdown, on a sweep to the right. Haden, who has been under fire in Los Angeles because the Rams had only been 4-4 since winning seven straight, completed three passes in that advance. Nolan Cromwell partially deflected a David Beverly punt to put the Rams at midfield and start their second touchdown advance. Los Angeles went 50 yards in six plays, including Haden's scramble when he couldn't find an open man. It was Haden's longest run since he joined the Rams two years ago. - Partial game which includes the 1st half, halftime, commercials and most of the 3rd Qtr - added September 2007

(12-31-78) 1978 NFC Divisional - Minnesota Vikings @ Los Angeles Rams - After the game was tied 10-10 at halftime, the Rams dominated the second half by scoring 24 unanswered points. After the Vikings opened up the scoring with a field goal, Los Angeles marched 59 yards to score on quarterback Pat Haden's 9-yard touchdown pass to Willie Miller. However, Minnesota tied the game 6 seconds before halftime when quarterback Fran Tarkenton threw a 1-yard touchdown to Ahmad Rashad. From that point on, the Rams controlled the rest of the game. After Cullen Bryant gave Los Angeles the lead midway through the third period with a 3-yard touchdown, Haden threw a 27-yard touchdown to Ron Jessie and the route was on as the Rams would go onto to win 34-10 going away. Meanwhile, the Vikings offense could only manage 58 yards of offense during the second half in what turned out to be Fran Tarkenton's last game of a Hall of Fame career. - Has only the tv audio broadcast for the last 10 minutes of game - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 8) (3 discs) - Added August, 2007

(01-07-79) 1978 NFC Championship - Dallas Cowboys @ LA Rams - Cold day in Dallas - Dallas interceptions, three by Charlie Waters, break open tight defensive game against Rams and lead to 28-0 Cowboy victory. Dallas RB Tony Dorsett (17-101-1) has a big day too. - summerall/brookshire - Some Commercials and postgame - (Quality 8.5) - upgraded August, 2008

 

1979

(09-16-79) San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angles Rams - San Francisco, lead by OJ Simpson (18-73) make a good game of it before Super Bowl bound LA takes 27-24 win. The story of the game in time ends up being that Rookie QB Joe Montana makes his first ever pro appearance! - includes commercials and halftime - added March, 2007

(09-23-79) Los Angeles Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers - (Quality 8.5) - added March, 2011

(10-21-79) Wk 8 - San Diego Chargers @ Los Angeles Rams - merger - full Radio Broadcast and video has edited huddles and picks up 8 minutes into game. Video freezes during huddles and dead ball situations. (Quality 8) - added September, 2011

(10-28-79) New York Giants @ Los Angeles Rams - (Quality 8.5) - added March, 2011

(11-04-79) LA Rams vs Seattle Seahawks - Historic game as LA holds Seattle to NFL Record Low of only 7 Total Yards in 24-0 victory! The amazing performance by the Rams "D" also sees them allow only one first down! Includes halftime (Quality 8.5)

(11-11-79) Los Angeles Rams @ Chicago Bears - Bears overcame a 16-0 deficit. Phipps threw for 239 yards and 2 TD’s - also have rebroadcast of GOTW highlights from this game

(11-25-79) Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers - (Quality is poor) - added March, 2011

(12-02-79) Minnesota Vikings @ Los Angeles Rams - OT - The Special Teams game - Game had a blocked punt, a blocked PAT, a fake punt and a fake field goal by Nolan Cromwell to win the game in overtime. Ahmad Rashad 102 yards receiving - Added February, 2008

(12-30-79) 1979 NFC Divisional - LA Rams vs Dallas Cowboys - Rams upset heavily favored Cowboys 21-19 on tipped pass late in the game that ricochets right to LA receiver who go is from 50 yards out. This is Dallas great Roger Staubach's final game. (A-)

(01-06-80) 1979 NFC Championship - LA Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Rams win tough defensive battle 9-0 over Bucs. Los Angeles uses a rushing attack lead by Cullen Bryant (18-106) and Wendell Tyler (28-86) to grab victory in defensive dandy.

(01-20-80) Super Bowl XIV - Pittsburgh Steelers vs LA Rams - @ Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA - Terry Bradshaw vs. Vince Ferragamo - Steelers outlast pumped up Rams in a great game - Bradshaw wins MVP and passes for 309 yards. Stallworth 121 yards receiving.

 

1980

(09-07-80) WK 1 - Detroit Lions @ Los Angeles Rams - Billy Sims 153 yards, 3 TD - (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

(09-21-80) Green Bay Packers @ Los Angeles Rams - Rookie Johnnie Johnson and veteran Rod Perry returned intercepted passes 99 and 83 yards for touchdowns as the Los Angeles Rams exploded for 37 points in the second quarter and went on to bury the Green Bay Packers 51-21. The 37 points was the second-greatest one quarter outburst in their history exceeded only by the 41 points they scored in the third quarter of a game against Detroit 30 years ago. The Rams turned five pass interceptions into touchdowns before a crowd of 63 850 at Anaheim Stadium. QB Vince Ferragamo hit Billy Waddy with a 33-yard scoring pass for the only scoring of the first period. Then came the Rams' explosion. Frank Corral's 29 yard field goal three seconds into the second quarter made it 10-0. Cullen Bryant ran four yards for a touchdown, three plays after Pat Thomas intercepted a pass thrown by Green Bay QB Lynn Dickey. The Packers, who fell to 1-2, scored their first touchdown shortly later on a 46-yard pass from Dickey to Eddie Lee Ivery. Then Johnson, whose $1 million contract caused several veterans to hold out from the Rams' summer training camp, picked off a pass thrown by Dickey near his goal-line and raced nearly the length of the field for his first NFL touchdown. It was the longest return of an intercepted pass in Rams' history. Two players had returned interceptions 97 yards. Later in the second quarter Elvis Peacock plunged one yard for a touchdown. Ferragamo fired a 29-yard scoring pass to Willie Miller, and Perry tallied on his interception return, making it 44-7 at halftime. The Packers gave up 51 pts, the most since they lost 56-0 to the Colts in 1958. After the game, Dickey openly questioned whether he could be the team leader. LB Mike Hunt suffered a serious concussion and never played for the Packers again. JIP 17-7 in early 2nd Qtr (only way game available right now) - Includes commercials (Quality 8.5)

(10-05-80) San Francisco 49ers @ LA Rams - (Quality 8)

(12-15-80) Dallas Cowboys vs LA Rams - MNF - Includes halftime w/ Bo Derek interview (Quality 8)

(12-28-80) 1980 NFC Wildcard - L.A. Rams @ Dallas Cowboys - Includes halftime and post game (Quality 8.5) - added October, 2007

 

1981

(09-20-81) Green Bay Packers @ Los Angeles Rams - After acquiring John Jefferson from San Diego on the 17th (he did not play in this game), Green Bay headed west, where they and the Rams combined for 25 penalties. Los Angeles scored 14 points in the final quarter, led by Wendell Tyler's (25-108-2) hard running, to pull away from the Packers, who remained tied for first despite a 1-2 record. (Quality 8.5)

(10-25-81) Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers - Added March, 2009

(11-22-81) San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angeles Rams - Added March, 2009

 

1982

(09-12-82) Los Angles Rams @ Green Bay Packers - The season opener was definitely two different games within one. Los Angeles jumped out to a 23-0 lead at the half thanks to five Green Bay turnovers and Bert Jones’ in his debut. The second half was all Green Bay as they performed the largest rally in team history, surpassing their 18-point comeback against the Lions in 1965. The Packers rang up 234 yards on offense in the final two quarters, and held the Rams to 117. Eddie Lee Ivery, coming back from another knee injury, ran for 109 yards. Milwaukee game - (Quality 9.5)

(12-02-82) San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angeles Rams - (Quality 8.5) - added July, 2009

(12-18-82) WK 7 Los Angeles Rams @ Los Angeles Raiders - (Quality 9) - added August, 2011

(12-26-82) Chicago Bears vs LA Rams - Ferragamo 500+ game, Payton does everything - Includes commercials (Quality 8)

(01-02-83) Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers - Picture starts out blurry but improves to very nice after a few minutes. (Quality 8.5) - added August, 2011

 

1983

(09-04-83) WK 1 - Los Angeles Rams @ New York Giants - (Quality 8.5) - added September, 2011

(09-11-83) WK 2 New Orleans Saints @ Los Angeles Rams - (Quality 9) - added August, 2011

(09-18-83) L.A. Rams @ Green Bay Packers - Green Bay takes 27-24 win when LA super rookie Eric Dickerson (20-75-1) fumbles, which is recovered by Byron Braggs, in the final seconds giving the Packers Jan Stenerud's chip shot game winning FG! A last-second field goal attempt by the Rams was blocked by TE Gary Lewis. (Quality 9.5)

(09-25-83) WK 4 - Los Angeles Rams @ New York Jets - Includes postgame interviews and highlights (Quality 8.5) - added August, 2011

(10-16-83) WK 7 - Atlanta Falcons @ Los Angeles Rams - Includes halftime (Quality 8.5) - added September, 2011

(10-23-83) San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angeles Rams - (Quality 8) - Added July, 2011

(11-14-83) WK 11 - Los Angeles Rams @ Atlanta Falcons - played in rain - (Quality 8.5) - added September, 2011

(11-20-83) WK 12 - Washington Redskins @ Los Angeles Rams - (Quality 8.5) - added September, 2011

(12-11-83) St. Louis Cardinals @ Los Angeles Raiders - (Quality 8) - Added March, 2011

(12-18-83) Los Angeles Rams @ New Oleans Saints - Great game! Rams Get into playoffs on last-second FG in NO - added May, 2009

(12-25-83) 1983 NFC Wildcard - Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys - added May, 2009

(01-01-84) 1983 NFC Divisional - Los Angeles Rams @ Washington Redskins

 

1984

(09-16-84) L.A. Rams vs Pittsburgh Steelers

(10-28-84) Wk 9 San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angeles Rams - Includes half and NFL Today Post-game show (Quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

(11-18-84) LA Rams @ Green Bay Packers - Tim Lewis returned an interception 99 yards for a touchdown, breaking the Packer team record of 94 yards set by Rebel Steiner in 1950. Eddie Lee Ivery scored three touchdowns in the win as well. The upset victory moved Green Bay into second place in the NFC Central. (Quality 8.5)

(11-25-84) WK 13 LA Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers - A wild 34-33 victory for LA as they rally from down 26-17 behind Eric Dickerson's (28-191-3) big day as he continues his march towards his record setting 2,105 yard season! - (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(12-09-84) Houston Oilers @ Los Angeles Rams - LA's Eric Dickerson (27-215-2) breaks the all time NFL Single Season Rushing Record in leading the Rams to 27-16 win at home! - missing last 2 min - (quality 8.5) - Added September, 2008

(12-14-84) Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers - Added March, 2009

(12-23-84) 1984 NFC Wildcard - New York Giants @ Los Angles Rams - added December, 2007

 

1985

(09-23-85) WK 3 - Los Angeles Rams @ Seattle Seahawks - (Quality 8.5) - Upgraded July, 2011

(10-13-85) Los Angeles Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers - (Quality 8.5) - added March, 2011

(11-24-85) Green Bay Packers @ LA Rams - Los Angeles WR & World Class Sprinter Ron Brown returns two kickoffs for TD's (tying the NFL Record), and has a good receiving day (5-87-1) too! Ram RB Eric Dickerson (31-150-1) is also unstoppable as well. 13 fourth quarter LA points lead to 34-17 Ram victory. Lynn Dickey would throw for 239 yards and two touchdowns in the loss. - (Quality 9.5) (3 discs)

(12-09-85) Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers - MNF - Rams, behind RB Eric Dickerson (16-97), over 49ers on MNF despite Rookie WR Jerry Rice's (10-241-1) big "coming out" party! (quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(01-04-86) 1985 NFC Divisional - Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angles Rams - Eric Dickerson (34-248-2) enjoys the finest game of his career setting a playoff record in the process as he leads the Rams to 20-0 win over the Cowboys. - added December, 2007

(01-12-86) 1985 NFC Championship - LA Rams @ Chicago Bears - Bears defense too much for Rams in NFL record setting second straight playoff shutout with 24-0 win over Los Angeles. - upgraded October, 2007

 

1986

(09-14-86) WK 2 - San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angeles Rams - Includes Halftime and Commercials (Quality 8.5) - added August, 2011

(10-05-86) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Los Angeles Rams - Includes halftime (Quality 8.5) - added August, 2011

(11-16-86) New England Patriots @ Los Angeles Rams - The Patriots stun the Rams in Los Angeles on a last second Hail Mary pass. (quality 8.5) - Added September, 2008

(12-14-86) Miami Dolphins @ Los Angeles Rams - OT - Dan Marino 403 yards passing and 6 TD passes, Mark Duper 145 yards receiving, Eric Dickerson 124 yards rushing. Jim Everett's 1st Pro Start. (quality 8) - Added December, 2008

(12-28-86) 1986 NFC Wildcard - Los Angles Rams @ Washington Redskins - added December, 2007

 

1987

(09-13-87) WK 01 Los Angeles Rams @ Houston Oilers - (Quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

(09-20-87) Minnesota Vikings @ Los Angeles Rams - great game - Wade Wilson threw 3 TD passes, including a 41 yd bomb to Hassan Jones with 30 sec. left to lead the Vikings a victory over the Rams - CBS - Added March, 2009

(11-23-87) WK 11 Washington Redskins @ Los Angeles Rams - Includes half (Quality 8.5) - added May, 2011

 

1988

(09-04-88) L.A. Rams @ Green Bay Packers - Green Bay lost their fourth consecutive season opener, as Lindy Infante lost his Packer debut. Post game interview with the Rams Mike Wilcher (Quality 9)

(10-16-88) San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angeles Rams - San Francisco RB Roger Craig has a big game (22-190-3, career high rushing) highlighted by a SPECTACULAR 46 yard TD run in which he runs over 5 Rams in 24-21 victory for 49ers! - (quality 8.5) - Added September, 2008

(12-26-88) 1988 NFC Wildcard - Los Angles Rams @ Minnesota Vikings - added December, 2007

 

1989

(09-24-89) Green Bay Packers @ L.A. Rams - Rams RB Greg Bell goes wild with 211 yards rushing, the second most ever by a Packer opponent (223 yards - Tom Wilson, LA Rams - 1956). Had Brent Fullwood, who had two touchdowns, fumbled on the Ram 1-yard line, Green Bay would have rallied from a 38-7 first half deficit. Includes commercials and halftime (4 discs) (Quality 9.5)

(11-26-89) LA Rams vs New Orleans Saints - OT - WR Flipper Anderson (15-336-1) sets NFL record for receiving yards in Rams 20-17 comeback win in overtime versus Saints. Ram QB Jim Everett throws for 454 yards.(Quality 8)

(12-11-89) San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angeles Rams - 49ers twice come from 17 back to beat Rams 30-27 on MNF as 49er WR John Taylor (11-286-2) twice goes 90+ yards for scores in helping Joe Montana (30-42, 3tds, 458yds) have a big night! (quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(12-31-89) 1989 NFC Wildcard - Los Angles Rams @ Philadelphia Eagles - added January, 2008

(01-07-90) 1989 NFC Divisional - Los Angeles Rams vs New York Giants - Rams win thriller in overtime against Giants on the road. Jim Everett's (25-44, 2tds, 315yds) bomb to Willie Anderson after New York turn over wins it!

(01-14-90) 1989 NFC Championship - Los Angles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers - The 49ers are just too much for good Rams team this day with 30-3 surprisingly easy win. DB Ronnie Lott's thrilling dash to break up sure TD pass early in the game swings the tide toward 49ers. - added December, 2007

 

1990

(09-09-90) Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers - Anthony Dilweg, given the chance to play by Don Majkowski's 45-day holdout, passed for three touchdowns in his first NFL start, leading the Green Bay Packers past the Los Angeles Rams 36-24. Dilweg twice passed to TE Ed West for touchdowns, the second from seven yards with 11:43 to play. That capped a nine-play, 80-yard drive and put the Packers ahead 27-17. Three plays later, Henry Ellard fumbled after a pass reception and Green Bay's Jerry Holmes picked it up and ran 33 yards to the Los Angeles 4. Brent Fullwood's 2-yard touchdown run put the Packers ahead 33-17. But Jim Everett then completed five passes in an 80-yard drive that took just under three minutes. He capped it with a 2-yard toss to Pete Holohan, bringing the Rams within 33-24 with 8:11 left. The Packers, behind Dilweg, then chewed up seven minutes with another long drive. Chris Jacke hit a 51-yard field goal, but the Rams were called for unsportsmanlike conduct on the play, giving the Packers a first down at the Rams' 18. With 1:06 to play, Jacke kicked a 40-yarder for the game's final points. Dilweg, completed 20 of 32 passes for 248 yards, including a 47-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Query to give the Packers a 17-14 lead with 1:35 left in the first half. (Quality 9)

 

1991

(09-29-91) Green Bay Packers @ Los Angeles Rams - The Los Angeles Rams, a team badly in need of some spark, got two big plays from special teams veteran Paul Butcher as they scored two touchdowns in seven seconds and held on for a 23-21 victory over the Green Bay Packers. Blair Kiel, taking over after starting quarterback Don Majkowski went out with a shoulder injury in the second quarter, rallied the Packers to two late touchdowns, but the Rams held on to the ball for the final 4:49. The Rams trailed 7-3, but moved ahead with 17 points in the last 2:41 of the first half. After the second of three field goals by Tony Zendjas pulled Los Angeles within 7-6, Butcher, a 5-year NFL veteran who's started just one game, set up the Rams' first touchdown when he recovered a fumble by the Packers' Allen Rice at the Green Bay 15. DE Tim Harris' Green Bay career came to an end one day later when he was traded to San Francisco for a 1992 second round draft choice. - added June 2007

 

1992

( 08-22-92) Green Bay Packers @ Los Angeles Rams - Preseason - Favre plays a bunch in his first year with the Packers Includes commercials (3 discs) (Quality 8.5)

(11-15-92) Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2009

(12-20-92) Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers - Game was played in bitter cold - Terrell Buckley has a sweet interception he returns for a TD - The Green Bay Packers still are on the outside looking in for a playoff berth, even after beating the cold and the Los Angeles Rams 28-13 for their sixth straight victory. The Packers scored four touchdowns in the final 6:48 of the second quarter for a 28-10 halftime lead behind the play of Terrell Buckley and Sterling Sharpe and then held on in frigid temperatures. Game-time temperature was 8 degrees with a wind chill of 15 below. By the second half, it had warmed up to 14 with the wind chill at 5 below. But to make the playoffs, the Packers will have to do so as a wild card after the Vikings beat the Steelers, 6-3, Sunday to clinch the NFC Central. Green Bay needs to win in the Metrodome next Sunday and hope that either Philadelphia or Washington loses. The Eagles (10-5) beat the Redskins (9-6) Sunday, 17-13. In case of a three-way tie, the Packers would still make the playoffs. Buckley made two interceptions, returning one for a 33-yard touchdown, and also made a touchdown-saving tackle. Sharpe, meanwhile, caught eight first-half passes, two for touchdowns, to move within four catches of tying Art Monk's single season record of 106 receptions. And Green Bay's defense made one goal line stand in the first half, giving up only a field goal after stopping the Rams three times from the 1. Los Angeles twice moved to the Packers 4 in the fourth quarter and came away scoreless. Jim Price dropped a pass in the end zone on a fourth down to end one series and Jim Everett threw incomplete on fourth to end the other. The Rams had an early 7-0 lead after Everett hit Willie Anderson with a 16-yard touchdown pass following a fumble by Green Bay's Darrell Thompson on the second play from scrimmage. Darryl Henley intercepted a Brett Favre pass in the end zone and then the Rams were on the verge of a 14-point turnaround when David Lang broke loose on a 71-yard run to the Packers 3 when Buckley chased him down and saved a touchdown. A penalty on Green Bay moved the ball to the 1 and from there the Packers stopped three straight running plays, forcing the Rams to go for Tony Zendejas' 19 yard field goal and a 10-0 lead. The Packers then moved 61 yards in nine plays, the big play a third down pass to TE Jackie Harris, who made a juggling catch for a 16 yard gain and first down at the 15. Thompson's 2-yard run touchdown run made it 10-7 with 6:48 until half. Everett then threw a floater into the 15 mph wind and Buckely made an over the-shoulder interception and zig-zagged across the field for the touchdown that made it 14-10. After a short punt, Favre and Sharpe hooked up four times for 59 yards on a 61-yard drive. Sharpe caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from with 1:20 left in the half as Green Bay took a 21-10 lead. - 2 different versions

1) 2 DVDs, just game footage (Quality 8.5)

2) 4 DVDs. includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9) - Added July, 2011

 

1993

(09-05-93) Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers - Reggie White's first game as a Packer - Jerome Bettis’ first career game - The Los Angeles Rams double teamed Sterling Sharpe and they still couldn't stop the Green Bay Packers' record-setting receiver, he had seven catches for 120 yards, in Sunday's season opener. Sharpe caught a 50-yard touchdown pass when two Rams' defenders, leaping in front of him, tipped the ball into the end zone. When Sharpe wasn't open TE Jackie Harris was, as Green Bay routed the Rams, 36-6. Harris caught five passes for 92 yards. "A lot of times Jackie was our second guy," Brett Favre said. "He was open ... and I got the ball to him. You can see after the catch he can make some big plays." But no play was bigger than the one Sharpe made in the first quarter. It set the tone for the game and gave the Packers a 9-3 lead. As Favre scrambled and heaved the ball toward the end zone, Sharpe got behind leaping defenders Pat Terrell and Todd Lyght and held onto the ball after both Rams tipped it into the end zone. "I knew Sterling was deep and I tried to throw it up as hard as I could," Favre said. Sharpe, who caught an NFL-record 108 passes last season, wasn't around to describe his catch because he won't talk to the media. "It wobbled a little on me but Sterling made a great catch," Favre said. "That's what we look for out of him and that's the kind of plays we need to make all year." Both Terrell and Lyght said it was a play they both should make. The Packers scored on their final possession of the first half and first two of the third quarter, and their defense stifled the Rams before a crowd of 54,648. Favre, who completed 19-of-29 for 264 yards, directed a 76-yard drive in 10 plays' as the Packers beat the clock ending the first half and took a 19-6 lead. Starting with 3:37 left, Favre hit passes of 26 and 21 yards to Harris, then flipped a 4-yard touchdown pass to Mark Clayton with 40 seconds remaining. Edgar Bennett's 11-yard run capped a 66-yard, third-quarter drive, highlighted by a 26-yard Favre-to-Sharpe pass, as Green Bay took a 26-6 lead. On the next series, Favre hit passes of 16 and 14 yards to Harris, and after Lyght interfered with Sharpe in the end zone, Bennett rammed in from the 1. - Includes commercials (Quality 9)

 

1994

(08-06-94) L.A. Rams @ Green Bay Packers (Madison) - Preseason - added September, 2007

(10-09-94) L.A. Rams @ Green Bay Packers - If this was Reggie White vs. Jerome Bettis, score one for the defense. Led by White, Green Bay's defense held Bettis to 65 yards rushing on 22 carries and provided great field position for the offense in a come-from-behind victory over Los Angeles. Bettis entered the game as the NFL's second-leading rusher after four consecutive 100-yard games. Robert Brooks returned a punt 85 yards for a touchdown, and the Packers scored 21 straight points in the second half to overcome a 17-3 halftime deficit White, the all-time NFL leader with 142 sacks in 143 career games, had 2 sacks Sunday, including one that forced a Chris Miller fumble behind his own 40-yard line with four seconds remaining. Sean Jones recovered to seal the victory. - (Quality 8.5)

(11-20-94) Los Angeles Rams @ San Francisco 49ers - San Francisco's Jerry Rice (16-165-3) records his highest single game catch total of his career with help from Steve Young (30-44, 4tds, 325yds) in leading 49ers to tight 31-27 win over Rams as they continue their march to a record fifth Super Bowl title. - Added September, 2008

 

St. Louis Rams

 

1995

(09-03-95) St. Louis Rams @ Green Bay Packers - Rams first game as the "St. Louis Rams" after moving out of LA - The St. Louis Rams switched coaches, addresses and philosophies philosophies, and on Sunday their luck changed, too. The Rams, who fled Anaheim, last winter and replaced coach Chuck Knox with Rich Brooks, picked off Brett Favre three times and snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 17-14 victory over host Green Bay. The new Rams, playing before a record crowd of 60,104 at Lambeau Field, where the Packers had won 10 straight, got a stunning performance by WR Isaac Bruce to offset their miserable rushing attack. In his first NFL start, Isaac Bruce blocked a punt in the second quarter, recovered it and then hauled in a touchdown pass five seconds later for a 7-0 halftime lead. (Quality 8.5)

(12-24-95) Miami Dolphins @ St. Louis Rams - added March, 2009

 

1996

(11-24-96) Green Bay Packers @ St. Louis Rams - Green Bay, a 9 1/2-point favorite, found itself trailing, 9-0, late in the first half before the Rams bungled the return of a punt by Craig Hentrich after a safety. Fueled by Mike Prior's recovery, the Packers secured a 37-yard field goal from Chris Jacke as time expired and then scored 21 unanswered points in the second half. Neither team had a great night offensively. Green Bay ran for 65 yards, the Rams 58. - (Quality 9.5)

 

1997

(11-09-97) St. Louis Rams @ Green Bay Packers - The Packers' found the St. Louis Rams' modest, 2-7 record somewhat deceptive in their latest assignment. Antonio Freeman caught seven passes for 160 yards and a touchdown as Green Bay held off the last team to beat it at Lambeau Field. The Rams, whose upset of the Packers in the 1995 opener is the only blemish in Green Bay's last 35 home games, were done in by 15 penalties that cost them 110 yards. Brett Favre had his first 300-yard passing game of the season as the Packers stay tied with Minnesota atop the NFC Central. - Includes commercials and audio is radio broadcast with Max McGee and Jim Irwin (Quality 8.5)

 

1998

(09-13-98) Minnesota Vikings @ St. Louis Rams - Two of the most explosive offenses ever go head to head in this high scoring shootout. - Added March, 2009

 

1999

(11-28-99) New Orleans Saints @ St. Louis Rams

(12-05-99) St. Louis Rams @ Carolina Panthers

(12-12-99) St. Louis Rams @ New Orleans Saints

(12-19-99) New York Giants @ St. Louis Ram

(12-26-99) Chicago Bears @ St. Louis Rams

(01-16-00) 1999 NFC Divisional - Minnesota Vikings @ St. Louis Rams - Shoot out in St. Louis is won by Rams when they score 35 straight in 2nd Half to beat Vikings 49-37. Ram QB Kurt Warner (27-33, 5tds, 391yds) cannot be stopped!

(01-23-00) 1999 NFC Championship - Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs St. Louis Rams - Buccaneers defense plays a masterful game but come up just short of big upset in losing 11-6 to the Rams. - Prohel makes a fantastic one handed TD catch that is the decider in the game - limited commercials - Madden & Summerall - limited commercials - Madden & Summerall - Includes Fox pregame (Quality 8.5)

(01-30-00) Super Bowl 34 - St. Louis Rams vs Tennessee Titans - @ Atlanta, GA - Rams win the SB with the most exciting finish in SB history. Titans down 16-0 late, tie the game, only to lose 23-16 as time runs out with them on the Rams 1 YARD LINE stretching for the end zone! - pregame, commercials, halftime, postgame show ; Announcers: Al Michaels and Boomer Esiason ; National Anthem: Faith Hill ; Coin Toss: Lamar Hunt - upgraded August, 2008

 

2000

(09-04-00) Denver Broncos @ St. Louis Rams - MNF - What an offensive show put on for MNF football viewers between the winner's of the last three Super Bowl! Back & forth fast paced action ends with 41-36 St. Louis thrilling win. Ram QB Kurt Warner (25-35, 3tds, 441yds) out duels Denver QB Brian Griese (19-29, 2tds, 309yds). Rams RB Marshall Faulk (14-78-1 rushing and 4-100-1 receiving) had big night too. The two teams combined for well over 900 yards of total offense! - added August, 2008

(12-18-00) St. Louis Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Wow, what a game on MNF! Tampa Bay pulls out last minute 38-35 thriller at home behind big nights from RB Warrick Dunn (22-145-3) and WR Keyshawn Johnson (7-116-2). Great Game! - Added August, 2008

(12-30-00) 2000 NFC Wildcard - St. Louis Rams @ New Orleans Saints - Added August, 2008

 

2001

(11-26-01) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ St. Louis Rams - MNF - Another war between the Rams Offense and the Tampa Defense - Added May, 2009

(01-20-02) 2001 NFC Divisional - Green Bay Packers @ St. Louis Rams - Aeneas Williams returned two interceptions for touchdowns, a playoff record, and Tommy Polley had one, lifting the Rams into the NFC championship game, 45-17 over the sloppy Green Bay Packers. The Rams picked off six passes by Brett Favre, the most he has thrown in any game. Kim Herring set up a first-half TD with his pickoff, and Polley had another interception in the second half to hand the Packers their worst playoff loss. Not surprisingly, the Rams did plenty of damage offensively in advancing to the title game for the second time in three years. - includes Fox pre-game show, commercials, halftime (Quality 8.5)

(01-27-02) 2001 NFC Championship - Philadelphia Eagles @ St. Louis Rams - Great back & forth game as Philadelphia falls behind, battles back to half time lead only to see Rams re-take the lead, before Eagles have a shot at the end but fall short 29-24 to St. Louis.

(02-03-02) Super Bowl XXXVI - New England Patriots vs St. Louis Rams - @ New Orleans - One of the biggest upsets in NFL History and one of the Super Bowls most exciting finishes! New England uses tough defense and turnovers to build 17-3 lead well into the 4th, only to see St. Louis charge back to tie game with less then two minutes to go. But the Patriots charge right back to win the game on last play 48yd FG!

 

2002

(09-23-02) St. Louis Rams @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers - MNF - Tampa Bay Defense dominates this one,knocking out QB K.Warner and RB M.Faulk! - Added May, 2009

 

2003

(10-19-03) Green Bay Packers @ St. Louis Rams - Marc Bulger threw three touchdown passes, and Isaac Bruce became the 18th p'ayer in NFL history to top 10,000 yards receiving. Ahman Green entered with three straight 100-yard rushing games, totaling 433 yards in that span, but he was held to a season-worst 35 yards on 20 carries. Bruce had nine catches for 129 yards. He topped 10,000 yards in the fourth quarter. Brett Favre's record in domes fell to 12-21. (Quality 9)

(01-10-04) 2003 NFC Divisional - Carolina Panthers @ St. Louis Rams - 2 OTs - Incredible game! Carolina controls and jumps out to 23-12 lead late, but St. Louis streaks back with TD, 2pt conversion, and last play FG to send it to overtime. Panthers win the game on first possession of OT with 40yd FG, BUT, a delay of game penalty negates the kick, and two plays later another FG attempt just misses right! Then the Rams attempt to win on 53yd FG falls "just" short and play continues. On first play of SIXTH PERIOD Carolina QB Jack Delhomme hits WR Steve Smith streaking through Ram defenders for a 69 yard TD (the longest scoring play in NFL playoff overtime history!) and 29-23 game winner!!! - Pregame, Commercials, Halftime, Postgame - Added March, 2008

 

2004

(10-10-04) St. Louis Rams vs Seattle Seahawks - OT - 17 pt comeback in 4th Qtr! includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9)

(11-19-04) St. Louis Rams @ Green Bay Packers - The governor proclaimed it "Brett Favre Day", and the night belonged to the quarterback, too. Favre celebrated his 200th straight regular season start with three touchdown passes, and set another record in the Green Bay Packers' 45-17 rout of the St. Louis Rams on Monday night. Favre topped 20 touchdown passes for the 11th straight season, breaking a tie with Dan Marino on a 7-yard toss to tight end Bubba Franks in the second quarter that made it 14-3. He also threw touchdown passes to Javon Walker and Donald Driver as the Packers got two defensive touchdowns and won their sixth straight to keep pace with Minnesota atop the NFC North. Favre didn't have his costar, Ahman Green, who was out with injured ribs. But Najeh Davenport came up with a strong imitation, gaining 178 yards on 19 carries in his first NFL start even though he had a sore hamstring. It was the fifth-highest single-game rushing total in franchise history, and Davenport capped his night with a 40-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-1 with 1:52 left to make it 38-17. Marc Bulger threw for more yards — 448 — against Green Bay than any quarterback ever had, completing 35 of 53 passes, but St. Louis missed a chance to tie Seattle atop the NFC's woeful West. Isaac Bruce caught nine passes for 170 yards and a touchdown but his two fumbles were returned for touchdowns, one by rookie Ahmad Carroll to start the scoring and one by Michael Hawthorne to cap the rout in the final minute.

(01-08-05) 2004 NFC Wildcard - St. Louis Rams @ Seattle Seahawks

(01-15-05) 2004 NFC Divisional - St. Louis Rams @ Atlanta Falcons - added March, 2007

 

2006

(10-08-06) St. Louis Rams @ Green Bay Packers - St. Louis used to be the most stylish team in the NFL. Now they're winning ugly -- to the tune of a surprising 4-1 start. The Rams staved off a fourth-quarter comeback attempt by the Packers, walking away with a victory at Lambeau Field after a big defensive play in the final minute. What used to be the "Greatest Show on Turf" under former coach Mike Martz isn't much of a show at all under new coach Scott Linehan. But so far, Linehan's more conservative offensive approach is a hit. Favre was relatively quiet for three quarters before rallying the Packers for a fourth-quarter touchdown to rookie Greg Jennings that cut the Rams lead to three with 6:42 remaining. Favre then got the ball back with 2:46 remaining, and drove the Packers to the Rams 11-yard line with 44 seconds left. But Favre was pressured by defensive lineman Jimmy Kennedy, and Leonard Little poked the ball away from Favre. The ball bounced around before landing in the hands of Rams defensive back Jerametrius Butler. Little, who needed three IVs after the game, was prodded to make a play on the sideline by defensive coordinator Jim Haslett earlier in the game. He finally did, but watched as the ball nearly was recovered by Packers offensive lineman Daryn Colledge. With the Rams leading 17-13 and driving late in the third quarter, Marc Bulger threw Harris' way at the Green Bay 14, an errant pass that hit Harris in the numbers. But instead of running 95 yards down a clear path for a go-ahead touchdown, Harris dropped the ball. Would he have gone all the way? "You never know," Harris said.

 

2007

(12-16-07) Green Bay Packers @ St. Louis Rams - Favre sets record for career passing yards, surpassing Dan Marino's mark of 61,361 yards, with a 7-yard toss to Driver. - added January, 2008

 

2008

(09-14-08) New York Giants @ St. Louis Rams - Added March, 2009

(11-09-08) St. Louis Rams @ New York Jets - Added March, 2009

 

2009

(09-27-09) Green Bay Packers @ St. Louis Rams - Aaron Rodgers passed for 269 yards with two TDs and ran for another score, as the Packers rolled. Rodgers finished 13-of-23 passing and also rushed eight times for 38 yards, while Ryan Grant added 99 yards on the ground on 26 carries. John Kuhn had a 10-yard TD grab and rushed for a score, while Greg Jennings pulled in two passes for 103 yards in the win. Donald Driver also had a big game, catching four balls for 95 yards and a TD. Steven Jackson had 27 carries for 117 yards and Daniel Fells had a pair of TD catches for the Rams, who have started 0-3 for the third straight season and have dropped 13 in a row with their last win coming on October 19, 2008 versus Dallas. Marc Bulger finished 3-of-4 passing for 23 yards and a fumble before leaving late in the first quarter with a bruised right shoulder. Kyle Boller took over and threw for 164 yards on 16-of-31 attempts, including two TD passes. - Added March, 2011

 

Team Yearbooks

 

Los Angeles Rams Yearbooks - 1988, 1991 - Updated May, 2011