The Los Angeles Rams are going all-in in 2018. Coming off a playoff appearance and NFC West division title in 2017, the Rams have built an elite offense seemingly out of nowhere. The Rams went from dead last in scoring in 2016 to first in 2017. The emergence of quarterback Jared Goff is the primary catalyst, but the Rams have surrounded Goff with plenty of talent. Under second year head coach Sean McVay, the Rams score a lot and score quickly with a balanced attack. Running back Todd Gurley is coming off a sensational All-Pro season. Gurley is an elite player; a rare combination of size, speed and agility, and he returns as the lead backer. The Rams continued to stockpile their offense in the 2017 offseason; Los Angeles traded their first-round pick to acquire Patriots wide receiver Brandin Cooks. Cooks will line up opposite of Robert Woods fresh off his own breakout season. There’s no reason to expect any drop-off from the league’s best offense this season.
On defense, the Rams signed coveted free agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. Suh will pair with defensive tackle Aaron Donald who many already consider the best defensive player in the NFL. The pair of Suh and Donald are equally as explosive stopping the run and rushing the passer. This rare combination makes them the most talented line combination in the NFL. The Rams also revamped their secondary by adding Pro-Bowl cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Aquib Talib. Peters and Talib are ball-hawks who should benefit greatly from a strong pass rush in front of them. The Rams play exciting football on both sides of the ball and the fan base in LA is buzzing with excitement and the expectation of a deep playoff run.
Suites and Special Events: The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum was constructed in 1923 and is one of the most storied sports venues in the country. The Coliseum currently plays host to USC Football and is the temporary home of the Los Angeles Rams. Suite access at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is extremely limited. For those lucky enough to gain access, suites will come with VIP parking passes, exclusive entrances, and the option to purchase premium in-suite catering. The Rams once played in the Coliseum from 1946-1979 before being relocated to St. Louis.
Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park: The Rams’ permanent stadium is set to open in 2020. This state-of-the-art stadium will be home to both the Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers. Los Angeles Stadium is in Inglewood, CA, and will occupy land that was formerly the Hollywood Racetrack. The stadium will be surrounded by a larger business and entertainment district that is also currently under construction. LA Stadium is schedule to host Super Bowl LVI in 2022 and the College Football National Championship in 2023.