Rams Looking to Bring Super Bowl Title Home to LA
The LA Rams are a franchise that has won three NFL Championships. What is more remarkable is that they have won those three championships while the franchise has been representing three different cities. They began life as the Cleveland Rams, and won their first championship there before moving to LA for the first time in 1946, a year after that championship win.
While they were in LA, they won another championship in 1951, bringing a title to LA and that success played a big part in the franchise remaining there for many years. It wasn’t until after the 1994 season that the Rams decided to move elsewhere again, and this time the destination was St Louis. Five years later, another championship came their way when they won the 1999 Super Bowl title by beating the Tennessee Titans.
That was the only success they would have in St Louis and at the start of the 2016 NFL season, the team found themselves back in LA and ready to do business again. The Rams opted to go young with their team now they were back in LA, and we are now seeing them reap the rewards of that move and also show those who were patient just how good these young players are.
Led by young quarterback Jared Goff and star, youthful running back Todd Gurley, the Rams are one of the most exciting teams in the NFL to watch. Both Goff and Gurley are having monster seasons and there isn’t a more dynamic duo in the league than these two right now. Every time the Rams have played in a city, they have brought a championship home, and now back in LA, they are looking to do exactly that with this franchise for the second time, and you can’t blame them for feeling confident about their chances.
The latest bet365 NFL Odds have the Rams at +500 to bring the Super Bowl title home, the shortest odds they have been since their move back to LA. They came back with a plan and they needed patience from their fans but this year, and the next few years going forward, is when those fans will see the team’s plan come to the fore. The New Orleans Saints are the only team ahead of them in the betting market for who will win the Super Bowl, and that is a team that this young Rams offense has tried to replicate.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum has already witnessed a Super Bowl victory, and this iconic stadium could see another in just a few weeks from now with the LA Rams. At just 24 years old, Jared Goff has a lot of football left in him, and based on his play this season, there is no doubt that this quarterback could not only lead this team to a championship, but he could become a multiple-championship winning NFL quarterback over the next decade.
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