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7/29/14 – The St. Louis Rams kicked off training camp last week, and while much talk has been made in admiration of Sam Bradford’s dedication to rehab and dexterity thus far, another quarterback made waves during practice. Not just any QB, however; former Rams Super Bowl winner Kurt Warner showed up and threw some passes on the field. He favored tossing to Chris Givens, who wears the No. 13 jersey Warner himself donned. The veteran signal caller had some thoughts on Bradford in 2014: “They haven’t always had the pieces around him to allow him to make plays but being where he’s at, now they’ve got some young talent here, it becomes that next step for him.” Buy your St. Louis Rams tickets now because the time is now for your franchise quarterback!
7/22/14 – The St. Louis Rams are poised to kick off the final phase of offseason on July 25, the start of training camp. The rookies reported for duty today, with the veterans getting in on the action this Thursday. Linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar’s recent arrest for a physical altercation outside of a Miami bar may have opened the door for Ray-Ray Armstrong to contend and take the starting job. There are 90 players contending for a spot on the 53-man roster, so the microscope will be held even closer to each contender starting this week. Buy New Orleans Saints at St. Louis Rams tickets (8/8) for just $1 and see the team hit the gridiron at full speed for the first time this year.
7/16/14 –St. Louis Rams players, coaches and fans alike are eagerly awaiting the start of training camp (July 25). The season largely hinges on the health of quarterback Sam Bradford, and we can get a real taste of his recovery during these vital training weeks. Rams faithful will see how his backup Shaun Hill has developed, as the stand-in may have to suit up more often than not. St. Louis is confident in their performance under center, as the team is backed up generously by a formidable and punishing defense. Fans can put their scouting hats on, as most practices are open to the public, but buy your St. Louis Rams tickets to see them put in work on the gridiron!
7/9/14 – With preseason exactly one month away, anticipation for the St. Louis Rams 2014 regular season is as high as ever. Last year, the franchise saw rookies like Zac Stacy and Alec Ogletree emerge as key playmakers who will attempt to avoid the dreaded sophomore slump. Hopes that these integral players will advance this year are bolstered by the fact that the youngsters were without their starting quarterback Sam Bradford for the majority of the season, and still put up phenomenal numbers. See how these players, as well as the team’s other fresh picks, fare with St. Louis Rams tickets in the preseason. Score seats to their first exhibition match of the year against the New Orleans Saints. You can buy Rams tickets and get into this Aug 8 showdown for as little as $2!
7/2/14 – The St. Louis Rams were honored on NFL Network for what was unofficially known as “Rams Day” last Friday. The celebration came in lieu of the 15th Anniversary of the Greatest Show of Turf. The broadcast reflected coach Dick Vermeil’s legendary offensive squad that brought St Louis its first and only Super Bowl pennant. The night closed with a replay of Super Bowl XXIV, with the great Kurt Warner serving as host. If you missed the special on TV, then wait until Oct 13 when the Rams host the NFC West rivals, the San Francisco 49ers, for a Monday Night Football special. The Rams will wear their throwback jerseys and members of the 1999 team will be honored at halftime. Score St. Louis Rams tickets at Edward Jones Dome and attend the festivities for as little as $32 in the Upper Level.
6/25/14 – How are the St. Louis Rams’ rookie defensive tackles doing at the close of offseason? St. Louis’ first pick and second overall draftee Greg Robinson is a raw talent, but after switching from left tackle to offensive lineman (a position he hasn’t played since high school), the recruit is struggling to get acclimated to the new system. Pending training camp, it’s possible the current guard will be moved to tackle, joining the team’s other first-rounder, and impressive through OTAs, DT Aaron Donald. Defensive tackle Michael Sam is “just another guy in the locker room. He’s really cool” according to his fellow teammates—calming the media storm that proved to be of little distraction for the whole team. Buy your St. Louis Rams tickets now and see how these rookies fare on the field this summer!
6/18/14 – While most NFL teams are in the midst of three-day mandatory minicamp, the St. Louis Rams are finishing up round 8 of their ten designated OTAs. Notable Rams have been Alec Ogletree, coming into his second year in the NFL, who is wrapping up a strong offseason showing; offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer stated “the most improved player I’ve seen is Brian Quick.” The squad is about to implement their final phase of offseaon, see how all this practice fares in Greatest Show on Turf with 2014 St.Louis Rams tickets!
6/10/14- St. Louis Rams’ Sam Bradford is right on track with rehab, nearly five months removed from knee surgery. The quarterback has added upper body strength to give his throws “more pop,” while coach Jeff Fisher notes his footwork is sharp. Not to mention, the return of Kenny Britt under his old head coach has proven to be a major success, giving Bradford another solid receiver primed for a breakout season. Even better, many experts now believe the Rams own the best front seven in the NFC West—perhaps even in the entire league. Secure your St. Louis Rams tickets now and see if this optimistic offseason talk comes to fruition in the 2014 season!
6/3/14 - The St. Louis Rams can finally get the ball rolling this summer as they open up OTAs! Fans are no doubt looking forward to seeing fifth-year starter Sam Bradford back out on the field, as the QB is far ahead of schedule in his ACL rehab. Also on the mend is Jake Long (ACL), whose replacements, Greg Robinson and Rodger Saffold, will duke it out at the left tackle position while he recovers. As the last team to begin OTAs, the Rams have some catching up to do. See them on their journey to top of the NFC West with St. Louis Rams tickets!
5/28/14 - Though they haven't made a trip to the playoffs in a long time (9 years), the St. Louis Rams are a highly talented squad with excellent coaching, ready to take on tough NFC West opponents in 2014. The team will have to wait to get work done on the field until June 3 when they start OTAs, one week behind other NFL teams. For the second year in a row, the Rams have added a former Pro-Bowler to their offensive line, signing guard Davin Joseph to a one-year contract. He will provide coverage for Jake Long (recovering from ACL surgery) and is further proof that St. Louis has quietly been building a fearsome O-line. This powerhouse team is ready to go this season, get your St. Louis Rams tickets now!
5/20/14 - The question on everyone's mind at this point in the year is: which rookie will make the biggest impact? For the St. Louis Rams, prospect Michael Sam has been the name on everyone's lips, but not for his work on the field. To the relief of many, Sam's show on the Oprah Winfrey Network has been postponed indefinitely, likely in favor of lessening distractions for the rookie that has yet to secure a spot on the roster. The Rams would like to focus on their early round picks and most likely potential starters instead of the media: OL Greg Robinson, DT Aaron Donald and DB Lamarcus Joyner showed promising play over minicamp. Striving to avert coverage even further, the Rams organization has made it clear they are not interested in landing HBO's "Hard Knocks" this season. The Rams mean business when it comes to football, so it looks like the only way fans can get an up-close look at the squad is by buying St. Louis Rams tickets and seeing them in person!
5/14/14 - The headline for the Rams is the selection of Missouri defensive end Michael Sam as he will become the first openly gay player in the NFL but hopefully everyone will be talking about what he is doing on the field as he is a solid player. But the Rams really improved their team by grabbing Auburn offensive lineman Greg Robinson at #2 and Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald at #13.
4/17/14 - The St. Louis Rams will kick off their preseason with two games at home, and will wrap up exhibition play with two final matches on the road. In Week 1, the Rams host the New Orleans Saints, and in Week 2, they tackle Green Bay at Edward Jones Dome. St. Louis hits the road in Week 3 with a visit to Cleveland, followed by a trip to Miami to close out preseason play (Aug 28). Both their series with the Packers and with the Dolphins are tied at 2-2; get your St. Louis Rams tickets to see the tie-breaking showdowns! The Rams currently own the No. 2 pick in this year's draft, from their 2012 trade with Washington, and will pick up a big player if they do not trade down prior to May 8.
2/13/14 – The St. Louis Rams decided not to retain DC Tim Walton and hired Gregg Williams (Tennessee) for a second time instead, a hire that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell praised. Williams was originally hired to coach Jeff Fisher’s defense back in 2012. On the offensive side, Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer who helped the Rams improve in scoring in each of his two seasons, is slated to be back with the team despite him interviewing for the Vanderbilt head-coaching position. QB Sam Bradford, who suffered from a torn ACL last season in Week 7, is expected back this season and appears to have the starting job. He’ll be surrounded by a young nucleus including break-out star Zac Stacy who ran for nearly 1,000 yards last season. Combined with the fact that the Rams have two of the top-13 pick in May’s NFL Draft, St. Louis is well-prepared for the 2014 season.
12/17/13 - The St. Louis Rams stunned the visiting New Orleans Saints and denied them a playoff berth (at least temporarily) on Sunday, overwhelming them 27-16. Robert Quinn utterly dominated on the line and shut down Drew Brees, with two sacks (leads the NFC), two forced fumbles and six tackles, prompting debate of awarding him defensive player of the year. The youngest team in the league has shown moments of brilliance in their season of inconsistency, manhandling playoff-caliber teams like the Colts and the Saints on any given Sunday and now they are successfully disrupting postseason hopefuls. This Sunday, the Rams are pitted against another NFC South opponent, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who are looking for a rebound. St. Louis Rams tickets are the second cheapest of the week, at just $50 on average and $12 to get into Edward Jones Dome.
12/10/13 - The St. Louis Rams dashed their playoff hopes with a decisive divisional loss to the Arizona Cardinals, 10-30, for their second straight disappointment on the road. Despite winning games before and after their bye, St. Louis has scored just 23 points with backup QB Kellen Clemens, while penalties perpetually stalled their revival. The Rams must now win-out their last three games in order to finish at the .500 mark for just the third time in the last ten seasons, this is a doable prospect with back-to-back games at home during the holiday season, but first, they welcome the imposing New Orleans Saints. St. Louis Rams tickets in the Edward Jones Dome are a moderate $20 to get in.
12/3/13 - The St. Louis Rams were crushed by the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, 13-23. Rams fans were underwhelmed by their team’s usually relentless rush defense, as the squad allowed Anquan Boldin and Vernon Davis almost 200 yards combined, while Kellen Clemens was sacked thrice and threw one pick. The Rams must get help from faltering teams and win-out their season to gain contention again in the competitive NFC, so each week features a can’t-miss game! First up is a divisional match against the Arizona Cardinals, who are also fighting for a wildcard berth. St. Louis Rams tickets are just $100 on average at Arizona.
11/26/13 - The St. Louis Rams achieved a statement victory over the Chicago Bears last Sunday, scoring double the opposition’s points, with a final of 21-42. The Rams came up 424 in total yards, and had the run of the field, literally: even though Zac Stacy was pulled with concussion-like symptoms, rookie RB Benny Cunningham came in with a late score and Tavon Austin completed a 65-yard TD run. The game was hot, and a skirmish ensued near the sideline, featuring Bears’ Kyle Long and brother Rams’ Chris Long, who sprinted off the bench to drag his little (big) bro away from the fight, all while Hall of Famer dad Howie Long watched from afar. The Rams may have to run the table for a playoff berth, but seeing how heated this team is, no one will be counting them out anymore. St. Louis Rams tickets are some of the hottest of the week, at $251 on average and a $140 minimum, when they meet the rough and tumble San Francisco 49ers for a huge NFC West game.
11/19/13- The St. Louis Rams will return from their bye to face the Chicago Bears for a shot at finishing over .500 for the first time in nearly a decade. St. Louis won their last game, albeit against the Indianapolis Colts and Andrew Luck’s worst game of the season, but Jay Cutler is still ruled out due to injury in Week 12. A smart move, considering the Rams are 6th in the NFL for sacks. See how the Bears fare against the well-rested Rams, who will need to win all of their remaining games for a chance at playoffs. Rams tickets are a hot commodity, at $177 on average and $43 at the lowest.
11/11/13 - The St. Louis Rams lit up the Indianapolis Colts yesterday, crushing them 38-8 at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Rams quit their three game losing streak on Sunday, never letting up their early lead and hammering Andrew Luck in what was conceivably a career-worst game. Rookie receiver Tavon Austin had a breakout performance, returning a punt 98 yards for a TD 12 seconds into the game, finishing with two more TD receptions and 314 all-purpose yards. After their comeback game, all are eager to see how the Rams fare against the Chicago Bears when they return from their bye on November 24.
11/5/13 - The St. Louis Rams are now at the bottom of the NFC West with their most recent loss dealt by the Tennessee Titans, 28-21. Notwithstanding the loss, rookie Zac Stacy had a winning game, becoming the workhorse of St. Louis offense, playing another solid game, with 27 rushing attempts for 127 yards and 2 touchdowns. Despite a spotty performance (including a game-losing turnover), Kellen Clemens will try his hand against Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts this Sunday. Moving forward, the Rams' schedule will not leave any more room for error, as the Colts, Bears, Seahawks, Saints and 49ers are looming on the horizon. St. Louis Rams tickets are only $9 to get-in and $123 on average at Lucas Oil Stadium this week.
10/29/13 - St. Louis was buzzing Monday night, because for the first time, a city simultaneously hosted both an NFL game and a World Series match. Unfortunately both home teams lost, as the Rams fell to the Seattle Seahawks, 14-9 on MNF. St. Louis certainly kept the Hawks in check: the defensive duo of Robert Quinn and Chris Long sacked Wilson 6 times and starting backup QB Kellen Clemens nearly snagged a major upset victory on the goal line in the last seconds of the game. Running back Zac Stacy has emerged as a force on the field, carrying 24 for 348 yards on Sunday, and he is sure to continue to have a big impact moving forward. The Rams will host the Tennessee Titans in Week 9; tickets are the cheapest in the league, at a mere $10 to get in and $65 on average.
10/22/13 - The St. Louis Rams are another team to have come out of a brutal Week 7 with a heartbreaking major injury. The Rams lost more than just a game when they were drilled by the Carolina Panthers, who outscored them 30-15, in a heated matchup that erupted in a third quarter scuffle, resulting in the ejection of defensive end Chris Long. Starting QB Sam Bradford, the former No.1 pick who was on course to having a career-best year, sustained a season-ending torn ACL after being propelled toward the sideline by Mike Mitchell. Now, the Rams are left scrambling, looking for a prospect to fill the position, first bringing in Kellen Clemens as a backup, and just acquiring former Seahawk Brady Quinn to the roster. Next week, the Rams will host the Seattle Seahawks, who will give their already hurting offense a tough time: St. Louis Rams tickets for next Sunday offer the lowest average price of the week in the NFL, at a mere $65.
10/16/13 - The St. Louis Rams routed the Houston Texans on Sunday’s game in Reliant Stadium for their second straight win. Finally some blood is pumping through the veins of this team, starting with quarterback Sam Bradford, who completed three touchdown passes and threw 12 for 16. The defense picked off backup QB T.J. Yates who came in for Matt Schaub after an ankle injury, and the Rams continued to capitalize on the Texan’s mistakes, coming up 38-13. With two consecutive wins, the Rams will be looking for their third against the Carolina Panthers in Week 7. St. Louis Rams tickets at Bank of America Stadium start at a modest $21 and average $87.
10/8/13 - The Rams ended their three game losing streak with a 34-20 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Edward Jones Dome. Rams’ quarterback Sam Bradford cleaned up his game, throwing three touchdowns passes and zero interceptions for 222 yards, as he helped his team improve to 3-2 this week. The Rams will travel to Reliant Stadium with a chance to show some progress when they go head to head against the 3-2 Houston Texans on Sunday. St. Louis Rams tickets on the road are priced at a moderate $35 to get in.
9/30/13 - The St. Louis Rams are sitting with 298 yards lost through just six quarters, and are now a 1-3 team after Thursday night’s at-home defeat by the San Francisco 49ers. Managing just 18 yards on 19 carries, the Ram’s offense did not come out to play. Despite taking the early lead on San Francisco, quarterback Sam Bradford was less than extraordinary finishing his night of inaccurate throws 19 for 41. The St. Louis Rams have a long week to rejuvenate themselves and come back with a victory at Edward Jones Dome against the winless Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday October 6. Fans wont have to pay much to watch the Rams dig themselves out of their win deficit: St. Louis Rams tickets are expectedly the second cheapest of the week, a mere $8 to get in, and $49 on average.
9/25/13 - The Rams will be hoping to overcome their two game losing slump, and find victory over the faltering San Francisco 49ers when they play at home in St. Louis this Sunday. Quarterback Sam Bradford, who is throwing 651 yards through three games, needs to be given better opportunities. Both San Francisco and St. Louis are coming off tough Week 3 losses and will be looking to bounce back. The Rams and 49ers matchup has the lowest ticket price for NFL Sunday, averaging $66 a seat and just $9 to get in.
St. Louis Rams 2014 Season
The St. Louis Rams will kick off their 2014 campaign at home against the Minnesota Vikings (avg. $116) before heading on the road to Tampa Bay in Week 2 and returning to Edward Jones Dome in Week 3 to host the Cowboys in the most expensive game on the Rams schedule (avg. $212). Jeff Fisher and co. will look to rule the field, hoping to be 3-0 before their Week 4 bye as a tough stretch is just around the corner. Following some rest, the next eight weeks feature seven 2013 playoff teams starting with a trip to Philadelphia. On deck, two home games against NFC West division foes San Francisco 49ers (avg. $175) in a Monday Night Football showdown and Seattle Seahawks (avg. $163). Then, the St. Louis Rams are hit with a three game road trip that will take them to Kansas City for a shot at the Governor’s Cup, San Francisco, and Arizona. It doesn’t get easier for St. Louis who play a three-game stretch against AFC West opponents; the Rams return home to play the defending AFC Champions Denver in Week 11 (avg. $149) before booking some frequent flyer miles to San Diego, and then the Oakland Raiders (avg. $111) make their first trip to St. Louis since 2002. They’ll see familiar foes Redskins in Washington in Week 15 before the Cardinals (avg. $112) visit for a Thursday night contest. The home-closer has Eli Manning and the New York Giants in town (avg. $150). Then, off to Seattle to close out the regular-season against the Super Bowl Champions. Rams tickets are most expensive to see Dallas and Denver, the two teams the organization has set variable pricing for. With that though, the St. Louis Rams have the second cheapest ticket in the league averaging $150, nine percent higher than last year at this time.
Last year was a building year for the St. Louis Rams. Improvement is what coaches and fans saw – Sam Bradford, Jo-Lonn Dunbar, and Robert Quinn all had career high numbers and the Rams went undefeated against the NFC’s top team and division rival, San Francisco 49ers. In 2013, the St. Louis Rams have a realistic chance to return to the NFL Playoffs for the first time since 2004. A familiarity with the coaching staff should help, in addition to a more confident QB and WR Chris Givens. St. Louis most recently signed all seven of its draft choices which include WR Tavon Austin.
Although the Niners and Seahawks are favorites to win the NFC West, the Rams have a shot. St. Louis will play all three divisional opponents at Edward Jones Dome in the first half of the season. St. Louis Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals (avg. $114) in Week 1, St. Louis Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers (avg. $136) Thursday night to open Week 4, and St. Louis Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks (avg. $135) for MNF in Week 8. The most expensive game on the Ram’s schedule at home is St. Louis Rams vs. Chicago Bears, averaging $168. Jacksonville Jaguars at St. Louis Rams is both the cheapest ticket at the Rams stadium this year (avg. $101), and also one of the Top 10 cheapest games in the NFL this season. At an average price of $130, Rams tickets are among the ten cheapest in the League.