[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]
One word "AWESOME"
Great seats...and the stadium was really nice....st. louis is a great city to visit.
[0 of 1 customers found this review helpful]
[...] over all it was good time.
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The St. Louis Rams are members of the West Division of the NFC. Established in 1936, the team currently plays home games at Edward Jones Dome located in St. Louis proper. In 1937 the Rams made the move from the AFL to the NFL, a move that was a foreshadowing of their nomadic lifestyle to come. The beginning years in Cleveland were marked by loss as the team shifted between three different stadiums. Then in 1945, after a victorious season with a 9–1 record and NFL Championship to their name, the Cleveland Rams headed west. Starting in 1946 the team morphed into the Los Angeles Rams. The team’s Los Angeles presence saw them ride a roller coaster of success and losses with multiple conference, division and Playoff appearances dotting their record.
Between 1949 and 1955 the Rams had developed the best offense in the NFL leading them to be the first professional football team to have all their games televised in 1950. While the team saw stability for a few decades in Los Angeles, nonetheless they moved over to Anaheim, California, in the late 1970s. The team remained on the West Coast until the mid-1990s until the team was relocated to St Louis for their third incarnation as the Rams. Through to 1999, the team was well known for their powerful offense, making St. Louis Rams tickets a hot commodity on the fan market. That same season the Rams took their formidable presence all the way to Super Bowl XXXIV where they defeated the AFC’s Tennessee Titans. The St. Louis Rams made it to the Super Bowl again just three seasons later only to lose to East Coast giants the New England Patriots. Years of struggle followed the Rams into the first decade of the 21st century as they finished up their 2009 season with a pitiful 1–15 record. Shoring up against division rivals Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers and
Arizona Cardinals, the St. Louis Rams saw themselves return to relevance as they entered the 2011 season.
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