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St. Louis Rams Tickets

St. Louis Rams tickets are selling fast as this up-and-coming team is ready to break through in the brutally tough NFC West. Under the leadership of coach Jeff Fisher, the Rams surprised everyone last season by going7-8-1, including a win and a tie over eventual NFC championSan Francisco. Buy Rams tickets now and watch quarterback Sam Bradford take the next step in his rapid development. The Rams had an amazing draft, selectingWest Virginiaspeedster Tavon Austin andGeorgialinebacker Alec Ogletree in the first round.Austinis a threat to score every time he touches the ball, and he’ll join a wide receiver corps that already includes burners in Chris Givens and Brian Quick. Buy St. Louis Rams tickets online and watch a fundamentally sound defense led by end Chris Long continue to make life difficult for opposing quarterbacks.

The St. Louis Rams schedule, with the home portion to be played at the fun and raucous Edward Jones Dome, is one you don’t want to miss. The Rams will host NFC West rivalsSan Francisco, Seattle andArizonaas well asJacksonville,Tennessee, Chicago,New OrleansandTampaBay. The Edward Jones Dome was built in 1995 and is one of the louder venues in the NFL. Buy Rams tickets and experience the electricity for yourself.

The Rams’ franchise was established in 1936 and has made 27 playoff appearances. The Rams have won one Super Bowl, following the 1999 season, and have claimed six conference championships and 15 division titles. The Rams haven’t made the playoffs since 2004, but this year’s squad is likely to break that streak.

It all starts with Bradford, who threw a career-high 21 touchdowns last season in his third year.Bradfordloves the fact that this year’s team will be high octane, and he’s ready to air it out. Running back Steven Jackson is gone, but youngsters Daryl Richardson and Isaiah Pead are able replacements in the backfield. Buy St. Louis Rams tickets now and watch this team evoke memories of the Greatest Show on Turf. The Rams are on the rise, so get your Rams tickets online now!


St. Louis Rams football ticket info 2010-2011

St. Louis Rams tickets are going fast as this franchise embarks on a return to glory, led by No. 1 overall draft pick Sam Bradford. The Oklahoma Sooners quarterback possesses a golden arm, uncanny accuracy, and plenty of charisma -- all the ingredients St. Louis will build around in 2010 and beyond.
Bradford joins an offensive attack keyed by battering ram running back Steven Jackson, who mauled opponents on his way to more than 1,400 yards last season. With Bradford throwing darts to speedy wideouts like Donnie Avery and Jackson gashing defenses, the Rams will be fun to watch and hard to stop. Fans are rushing to buy St. Louis Rams tickets so they can see this combo perform at the Edward Jones Dome.
After dominating the NFC West for years, the Rams are looking to return to their customary success. They'll open an attractive 2010 schedule by hosting their archrival, the Arizona Cardinals, on Sept. 12. The Rams also welcome divisional opponents on Oct. 3 (Seattle Seahawks) and Dec. 26 (San Francisco 49ers).
St. Louis Rams tickets are in demand as the Rams host the high-flying Atlanta Falcons on Nov. 21 and their intra-state rivals, the Kansas City Chiefs, on Dec. 19.
Coach Steve Spagnuolo enters his second season leading the Rams after laying the foundation for success. The 23rd head coach in franchise history, Spagnuolo has a well-earned reputation as a defensive genius after molding the New York Giants' defense that frustrated Tom Brady in an epic Super Bowl upset. St. Louis Rams tickets are hot commodities because fans know that Spagnuolo is fashioning a similar hard-nosed defense in St. Louis.
Middle linebacker James Laurinaitis anchors the Rams' swarming defense. He made a whopping 120 tackles as a rookie in 2009 to go along with two sacks. He's joined by safety Oshiomogho Atogwe, one of the most underrated players in the league.
The Edward Jones Dome will be rocking in 2010 as Bradford begins what could be a Hall of Fame career. Get your St. Louis Rams tickets now and don't miss the Rams' imminent return to greatness.

2008 St. Louis Rams Tickets

St. Louis Rams tickets have had Rams fans tearing their hair out over the past few years. This is a team that has gone from “The Greatest Show on Turf” to 3-13 and the bottom of the NFC West. But take heart Rams fans, the rebuilding has begun. Can you expect a Super Bowl shot from these Rams. Stranger things have happened in the NFL. For now, Rams ticket holders are content to know that the occupants of the Edward Jones Dome are moving in the right direction. The rest of the NFC West would do well to keep an eye on a dangerous Rams team. NFL football fans would do well to keep an eye on St. Louis Rams tickets.

Rams Tickets Go Defense


While Rams ticket holders have long been used to a staggeringly good offense, plans to beef up the offensive line went out the window after Miami stole the thunder. So Head Coach Scott Linehan went on to fill the Rams next biggest need by drafting Chris Long, defensive lineman from Virginia with the second pick in the NFL Draft. Long should be a big boost to a position that registered less than six sacks all last season, posting 14 from his inside position at Virginia. Keeping opposing teams offense off the field keeps the Rams still potent offense ON the field, a fact Rams ticket holders have begun to appreciate as of late.

Rams Tickets Go Offense

Speaking of that offense, the Rams didn’t wait around to make moves designed to keep it humming. Looking for speed at the wide receiver position, St. Louis tapped Donnie Avery, a speed freak from the University of Houston, to do double duty offensively and on special teams. Running a 4.3, Avery had 91 catches in his last year in college. He may make just as big a mark on the return side of the game, a position the Rams have been filling with marginal performers the past few years.

2008 Rams Tickets Looking Up

Rams tickets could come back in a big way in 2008. This is a team with a Pro Bowl quarterback in Marc Bulger, still potent receivers in Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce, and a versatile running back in Steven Jackson. The NFC West is wide open, with only the Seahawks playing consistently over the last two seasons. In 2008, the door is open for Rams tickets to make a major move.

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TOP 10 REASONS TO BUY ST. LOUIS RAMS TICKETS

10. High-flying O: The Rams' high-flying offense has been called The Greatest Show on Turf, and you have to see it in person to understand why. St. Louis has set numerous offensive records in recent years, lighting up the scoreboard like a pinball machine.
9. Scott Linehan: Head coach Scott Linehan enters his second season after guiding the Rams to an 8-8 record in 2006, including a three-game win streak to finish the season. He is known as an offensive expert and previously coordinated potent attacks in Minnesota and Miami.
8. Rockin' Dome: St. Louis Rams tickets are your chance to experience the scintillating atmosphere inside the Edwards Jones Dome, which opened in 1995. The stadium is almost always sold out by loyal Rams
fans.
7. Winnersville: Few teams have enjoyed the consistent success of the Rams, who own 15 division titles, six conference titles and a Super Bowl championship following the 1999 season.
6. Marc Bulger: The cool, calculating leader of the Rams is quarterback Marc Bulger, who has established himself as one of the NFL's best. Bulger earned MVP honors in the 2004 Pro Bowl and later reached 1,000 completions faster than any quarterback in NFL history.
5. Steven Jackson: St. Louis Rams tickets are the best way to enjoy the bruising poetry of running back Steven Jackson, the Rams' first-round pick in 2004. In 2006, Jackson broke out with 2,334 yards from scrimmage, leading the NFL in that category.
4. The Rev. Ike: There is one player remaining who was a Los Angeles Ram and is now a St. Louis Ram. That is wide out Isaac Bruce, the most precise route runner in the NFL. Bruce has more than 12,000 receiving yards and is nicknamed The Reverend because he wants to be a minister after he retires from football.
3. Hall of Famers: The Rams franchise, which began in Cleveland and moved to Los Angeles before finding a home in St. Louis, has placed many players into the Hall of Fame, notably Eric Dickerson, Deacon Jones and Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch.
2. Inspiration: The Rams inspired the nation with their Cinderella 1999 season, when they went from last place to Super Bowl champions. They were led by former grocery stock boy Kurt Warner, and featured the most exciting offense the NFL had seen in decades.
1. Torry Holt: Torry "Big Play" Holt is one of the best receivers in the NFL. A Super Bowl champion in his rookie season of 1999, he currently has 712 catches for 10,675 yards. He is a perennial Pro-Bowler and a fan favorite.

THIS WEEK'S ST. LOUIS RAMS TICKETS
ST. LOUIS RAMS (7-8) AT MINNESOTA VIKINGS (6-9) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
The MetroDome

The Rams knocked off a good Washington team last week with one of their patented overtime offensive gems. Seriously, if the Rams defense had gelled early in the season the Rams could have been in the playoffs. The St. Louis offense also had its struggles but overall has played pretty well. Against the Vikings Rams fans will see their team shine.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: St. Louis Rams 28, Minnesota 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Marc Bulger is in for a big day again.

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The St. Louis Rams are back in action once again as they defend their home field at the Edward Jones Dome. One of the best ways to witness all the excitement is for football fans from across the country to head on over to ABCTickets.com to find the St. Louis Rams tickets for the games you are looking for. Whether the Rams are facing NFC West Division rivals like the San Francisco 49ers, the Arizona Cardinals, the Seattle Seahawks, or any of the other elite NFL teams, ABCTickets.com can help you get a seat to see the match-ups that you want to see the most.

Last season was marked by too many injuries and because of that, there was not enough consistency in the starting lineup for the St. Louis Rams. Marc Bulger, Jamie Martin and Ryan Fitzpatrick all tried to do their part to keep the team alive for the playoffs, but were ultimately unsuccessful. The Rams did end their season on a positive note when they defeated the Dallas Cowboys, and the experience the team gained though such a tough season should serve them well, as the mark of a champion is often measured by how they are able to overcome adversity. With Scott Linehan taking over the head coaching responsibilities and all the talent the Rams have on the field, there is no doubt that they will soon be able to forget about the 2005 season and get back to the business of destroying teams in the playoffs, just they did in 1999.

The 1999 Super Bowl Champions, the St. Louis Rams returned to the Super Bowl in 2001 only to have to face Tom Brady and a New England Patriots team, who made history by being only the second team in NFL history to win three Super Bowls in only four years. The exit of quarterback Kurt Warner after the 2002 season, when he went to the New York Giants made room for young and exciting quarterback Marc Bulger, who seemingly came out of no where to lead the Rams into a respectable winning franchise after the injuries and drop off in Warner’s game.

The Rams will be looking to redeem themselves from a let down season in 2005, and now that the injuries have cleared up and head coach Linehan is steering the team, Bulger will be focused on winning games and taking a proud team back to the Super Bowl in an attempt to be world champions once again. If you want to be there for the key match-ups and to see the talented Marc Bulger lead his team to victories, then head on over to ABCTickets.com and pick up some St. Louis Rams tickets now before the sell out crowds snatch them all up.

THIS PAST WEEK'S ST. LOUIS RAMS TICKETS
WASHINGTON REDSKINS (5-9) AT ST. LOUIS RAMS (6-8) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Edward Jones Dome

The Rams are clinging to their playoff hopes and cannot afford another loss. They’ll be tested by a stingy Washington defense and a power running game that has steadily improved behind the emergence of Ladell Betts. Rams’ quarterback Marc Bulger will need to be careful with the football against Washington’s opportunistic defense, led by hard-hitting safety Sean Taylor. Sorry, Rams fans. Your playoff hopes will come to an end at the hands of the Redskins.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Washington 28, St. Louis 24
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: St. Louis running back Steven Jackson has been a factor on the ground and in the passing game for the Rams.

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PAST WEEK'S ST. LOUIS RAMS (5-8) TICKETS
ST. LOUIS RAMS (5-8) AT OAKLAND RAIDERS (2-11) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
McAfee Coliseum

The Rams rediscovered their offense last week against the vaunted Bears defense and head to Oakland for another shot of confidence. The Raiders can't stop anybody, and RB Steven Jackson should have a field day catching passes and running the ball. QB Marc Bulger called out his offensive line two weeks ago, and ever since they have pulled it together and given their quarterback the protection he needs to get the ball down field to one of the best wide receivers in the league, Tory Holt.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: St. Louis Rams 24, Oakland Raiders 13
(Last Week: 9-7/Season: 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Steven Jackson can win this game by himself, and he may have to.

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PAST WEEK'S ST LOUIS RAMS TICKETS
CHICAGO BEARS (10-2) VS. ST. LOUIS RAMS (5-7) TICKETS
8:30 p.m., Monday
Soldier Field

How about the usually silent Marc Bulger calling out his team this week? That’s right, Rams: You’re veteran quarterback says you’re not getting it done, and he’s sick of it. Maybe if Bulger would quit tossing pick after pick the young Rams would listen? Well, it won’t be easy this week, as the Rams head up the highway to venerable and frigid Soldier Field for a showdown with the Chicago Bears. The Bears, bolstered by the best defense in football, are surging toward the No. 1 seed in the playoffs. The Rams won’t stand in their way.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Chicago Bears 21, St. Louis Rams 17
(Last Week: 11-5/Season 118-65)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: St. Louis running back Steven Jackson. (Last week: Jackson — 19 carries, 96 yards, 9 receptions, 69 yards).

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PAST WEEK'S ST. LOUIS RAMS TICKETS
ARIZONA CARDINALS (2-9) AT ST. LOUIS RAMS (5-6) TICKETS
1 pm, Sunday
Edward Jones Dome

Glory Glory, the Rams finally got back on the winning track. The folks in the Edward Jones Dome must be breathing a sigh of relief after the Rams escaped with a last minute win over the 49ers last week. Now they get to take on the funkified Cardinals, a franchise that shows the rest of the NFL the definition of the word REEK. Marc Bulger should have a field day in this one. If the Rams defense can just get their uniforms on and get on the field the Cardinals will be a stepping stone for St. Louis to build on.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: St. Louis Rams 28, Arizona Cardinals 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: St. Louis QB Marc Bulger(Last week:Torry Holt — 4 catches, 30 yards, 0 TD in a game in which the Rams passing struggled. He’ll pick it up against the Cards)

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PAST WEEK'S ST. LOUIS RAMS TICKETS
SAN FRANCISCO 49ers (5-5) AT ST. LOUIS RAMS (4-6) TICKETS
1 pm, Sunday
Edward Jones Dome

The Rams need to get back on track quickly. Back to back losses to the Seahawks and the Panthers have them gasping for air in the NFL Playoff picture. Marc Bulger and the St. Louis offense got blanked last week. We expect Bulger will come back strong, but the Rams defense has to account for Frank Gore, who's on a tear, and Alex Smith, who's showing why he was the #1 pick in the draft a few years ago. The Rams were averaging 22 points a game. The Panthers limited them to 11 yards. You can bet Mike Nolan is studying film of that game.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Francisco 49ers 20, St. Louis Rams 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: St. Louis wide receiver Torry Holt (Last week: Holt - 7 catches, 68 yards, 0 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S ST. LOUIS RAMS TICKETS
ST. LOUIS RAMS (4-5) AT CAROLINA PANTHERS (5-4) TICKETS
4 pm, Sunday
Bank of America Stadium

The Rams are coming off of a heartbreaking loss in Seattle and will be looking for vengeance when they travel to Carolina on Sunday. Rams’ quarterback Marc Bulger has been brilliant, but the St. Louis defense has been exposed at times. Steve Smith and the Panthers are out to find some more holes in the Rams’ defense.br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Carolina 27, St. Louis 23
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: St. Louis wide receiver Torry Holt (Last week: Holt — 6 catches, 73 yards, 0 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S ST. LOUIS RAMS TICKETS
ST. LOUIS RAMS (4-4) AT SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (5-3) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
Qwest Field

The Seahawks are without reigning MVP Shaun Alexander and All-Pro quarterback Matt Hasselbeck. But the Rams have been up-and-down this season. One player that has been consistent is Torry Holt. The North Carolina State product is among the NFL’s leaders in most receiving categories. Not even a gigantic game from Holt will help the Rams Sunday, though.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Seattle 31, St. Louis 27
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: St. Louis wide receiver Torry Holt (Last week: Holt — 3 catches, 50 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S ST.LOUIS RAMS TICKETS
ST. LOUIS RAMS AT GREEN BAY PACKERS TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Lambeau Field

Is this the return of the “Greatest Show on Turf”? Last week it seemed like old times as the Rams put 41 points up on the board to snatch a victory away from the Detroit Lions. Now, if Detroit’s defense can keep a lid on Brett Favre the Rams can get on with making a dent in the NFC West. But winning at Lambeau Field is never easy, even with the Packers struggling. Favre will put on a show but the Rams offense is too much for the Packers D.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: St. Louis Rams 28, Green Bay Packers 17
(Last Week: 7-5/Season 40-24)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: St. Louis Rams receiver Tory Holt(Last Week: Tory Holt – 102 yards on 6 catches, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S ST. LOUIS RAMS TICKETS

St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals
4:15 p.m., Sunday
Cardinals Stadium
The Rams are looking to rebound after coming up short against the surprising San Francisco 49ers last week. They’ll need to rely on a heavy dose of running back Stephen Jackson in order to keep the explosive Arizona offense off the field. The Rams don’t want to start out 0-2 in the West Division, so they’ll be breaking out all the stops. But so will the Cardinals.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Arizona 35, St. Louis 14 (Last week: 13-3/Season: 33-9)
Fantasy football ticket to victory: St. Louis running back Stephen Jackson (Last week's Stephen Jackson - 22 carries, 101 yards).
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