The Rams came back to town in 2016, and now they’re back to the postseason! That’s right, the Los Angeles Rams are your reigning NFC West Champions which means they will host at least one playoff game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Let’s take a look at their upcoming postseason schedule.
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Upcoming Rams schedule
Let’s take a moment to appreciate the greatness we witness from the Rams this season. Rookie head coach Sean McVay commanded the offense and Jared Goff and Todd Gurley did their parts en route to winning the league’s scoring title, just one season after owning the NFL’s lowest point total. In fact, this was the first time in the Super Bowl-era for a team to go from worst to first in terms of scoring offense. Here’s to another decade of dominance by McVay and company. Anyway, let’s get on to the games.
Saturday, January 6, 5:15 PM PT
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
The defending NFC champion Falcons earned the final seed of the NFC playoffs after beating Carolina 22-10 in week 17. Although Atlanta looked sluggish much of the year, an offense with Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, and Mohamed Sanu is always dangerous. The stout LA defense will have a tall order to fill on Saturday.
Minnesota Vikings OR Philadelphia Eagles
Date and location TBD
If (or when) the Rams take care of the Falcons, they will have to travel to either Minneapolis or Philadelphia for the divisional round. If they are the lowest remaining seed after the Wild Card round, they will play in Philadelphia on January 13 at 1:35 PM PT. If they are the highest seed left, they will play in Minnesota on January 14 at 1:40 PM PT.
NFC Championship Game
Sunday, January 21, time and location TBD
Here’s where it gets even more exciting. If Los Angeles is able to win one on the road in the second round, they may be able to host the NFC title game, depending on how other games shake up. If the Rams will host the NFC championship, they will do so against either the Carolina Panthers or New Orleans Saints. Otherwise, they will have to travel and play whoever is remaining of the top two seeds—Vikings or Eagles.
Sunday, February 4, 3:30 PM PT
US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN
We have made it all the way to the Super Bowl! Wow, what a spectacle this would be in just over a month. If the Rams make it this far, they will play against the Patriots, Steelers, Jaguars, Chiefs, Titans, or Bills. Let’s be real, it will probably be the Patriots…again…ugh.
Get out and cheer on your Rams! Ram it!
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