List of St. Louis Rams seasons

List Of St. Louis Rams Seasons

List of St. Louis Rams seasons

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This is a list of seasons completed by the St. Louis Rams American football franchise in organized play. The list documents the season-by-season records of the St. Louis Rams franchise from 1936 to present, including conference standings, division standings, postseason records, league awards for individual players or head coaches, and team awards for individual players. The Rams franchise was founded in Cleveland in 1936 when the team was playing in the newly formed American Football League (AFL). The franchise moved to the National Football League (NFL) the following year. In 1943 operations were suspended due a depleted player roster due to World War II, and play resumed the following year. The Rams were the only team to suspend completely in 1943. The franchise has changed home cities twice, moving to Los Angeles in 1946 and to St. Louis in 1995.

The franchise has had three periods of success in their history. The first period of came as the Cleveland Rams in NFL when they won the NFL Championship. This period continued until the 1950s as the Los Angeles Rams with them making the playoffs a further five times. The second period of success lasted over twenty years between – where the Rams made the playoffs 16 times and captured ten NFC Division titles including a run of seven in a row. However, this period of success was marred by the fact that the franchise did not win the Super Bowl and only one Conference Championship. The most recent period of success began in as the...
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