The Los Angeles Rams are trending upward in 2017. With a gorgeous new stadium on the horizon, the Rams will look to improve from last season under new Head Coach Sean McVay. The Rams need to score more points in 2017 and McVay's pedigree as an offensive guru should put this offense on the right track. The Rams are once again the youngest team in the NFL, but they do have promising talent on both sides of the ball. Quarterback Jared Goff will begin this season as the team's starting quarterback. Goff saw minimal playing time last season, spending the majority of his time learning behind Case Keenum. Goff looks ready to be an NFL starter, so 2017 will certainly be an exciting time to watch his development. Goff has a big-time arm and high football IQ. McVay will also hope to get running back Todd Gurley back on track in 2017. Gurley is an elite talent - a rare combination of size, speed and agility. Gurley has a beautiful running style and unlimited potential. The Rams brought in a few veterans in the offseason, most notably left tackle Andrew Whitworth. Whitworth will be essential in keeping Goff protected. On the outside, the Rams will rely on speedster Tavon Austin for big play potential and Robert Woods as a possession slot receiver.
On defense, the Rams are anchored by Pro-Bowl tackle, Aaron Donald. Donald is the emotional leader of this defense along with middle linebacker Alec Ogletree. In 2017, the Rams' defense should be the strength of this team. Mark Barron, Lamarcus Joyner, and TJ McDonald all bring youth and energy to this defense.
In 2017, the Los Angeles Rams will host the following opponents at the Los Angeles Coliseum: Indianapolis Colts, Washington Redskins, Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, Houston Texans, New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49rs.
Suites and Special Events: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is one of the most iconic venues in American professional sports. It was originally built to host the 1932 Olympics but has since been used for numerous sporting events. Currently the Coliseum hosts the University of Southern California football games and the Los Angeles Rams home games. Luxury suites at the Coliseum can be purchased on a game by game basis and include VIP parking passes, entrance into the exclusive club level, a dedicated suite attendant, a private restroom, and a custom catering menu.