The Los Angeles Rams are looking to make their final season in the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum one to remember by winning one more game than they did in 2018.
A star-studded offense led by quarterback Jared Goff, running back Todd Gurley, and wide receiver Brandin Cooks – led by trendsetting head coach Sean McVay – stormed their way through much of last season, then upset the Saints in New Orleans to reach the Super Bowl. Like many teams, the New England Patriots solved the Rams’ offensive puzzle, leaving Goff and McVay looking for redemption in 2019.
Los Angeles added some sizzle and experience to its young defense by signing 32-year-old linebacker Clay Matthews to a two-year deal. Matthews had 83.5 sacks and won a Super Bowl in 10 seasons in Green Bay, and he’s returning home to the Coliseum after starring at USC in his collegiate days. Another solid piece on defense is Dante Fowler, who signed a one-year contract after he was acquired midseason last year in a trade with Jacksonville. The secondary was also given a boost with the addition of safety Eric Weddle from Baltimore.
The final Rams season at the Coliseum will allow fans to enjoy the run to return to the Super Bowl in style, as the near century-old stadium has constructed luxury suites for the first time. The new area contains 42 suites, 24 loge boxes, around 1,00 club seats, and a 500-person rooftop terrace with a bar and shaded seating areas. This is your chance to see one of the best teams in the NFL in a comfortable, luxurious setting in one of the country’s most recognized stadiums.
In order to return to the playoffs, the Rams will have to deal with NFC West foes Seattle, San Francisco, and Arizona two times – both home and away. Home games outside of the division will be contested against New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati (in London), Chicago (Sunday night game), and Baltimore (Monday night game). The Rams will play away games at Carolina, Cleveland (Sunday night game), Atlanta, Pittsburgh, and Dallas.