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2022 Los Angeles Rams season
OwnerStan Kroenke
General managerLes Snead
Head coachSean McVay
Home fieldSoFi Stadium
Results
Record5–12
Division place3rd NFC West
Playoff finishDid not qualify
Pro BowlersDT Aaron Donald
AP All-ProsLB Bobby Wagner (2nd team)
Uniform
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The 2022 season was the Los Angeles Rams' 85th in the National Football League (NFL), their 86th overall, their 56th in the Greater Los Angeles Area, the third playing their home games at SoFi Stadium, their sixth under head coach Sean McVay, and eleventh under general manager Les Snead.

The Rams came into the 2022 season as the defending Super Bowl champions for the first time since 2000, when the club was based in St. Louis. They attempted to become the first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since the 2004 New England Patriots. However, after a 2–1 start, the Rams struggled and achieved the unwanted distinction of being one of the worst defending title holders in the history of North American sports.

The Rams failed to match their 12–5 record from the previous year after a Week 10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. After their Week 13 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, the Rams secured their first losing season since 2016 (and thus their first losing season in the Sean McVay era). Following their Week 15 loss to the Green Bay Packers, they were eliminated from playoff contention. A Week 17 loss to the crosstown Los Angeles Chargers marked the Rams 11th loss, eclipsing the 1999 Denver Broncos for most losses by a defending Super Bowl champion. Following an overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks in their final game of the season, they failed to match the .333 winning percentage the 3–6 San Francisco 49ers recorded in the strike-shortened 1982 season. The Rams' .294 percentage is the worst-ever record by any defending NFL or AFL champion. They were the first defending Super Bowl champion to finish with a losing record since the 2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the first defending Super Bowl champion to miss the playoffs since the 2016 Denver Broncos. To add to all those struggles, the Rams went 1–7 on the road for the first time since 2011, when the team was still based in St. Louis. Despite these struggles, one main highlight of the season was a 51–14 demolition of the Russell Wilson-led Denver Broncos on Christmas Day.

The Rams had dealt with notable key injuries to most of their starters including quarterback Matthew Stafford and All-Pros Cooper Kupp and Aaron Donald, all of whom had played prominent roles in the team's Super Bowl run of the previous season. The Rams finished the season with the second most players on injured reserve after the Tennessee Titans. Through each of their first eleven games of the season alone, the Rams have started 11 different offensive line combinations.[1] No team since the 1970 AFL–NFL merger has accomplished this feat.

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2022 NFL season

2022 NFL season

The 2022 NFL season is the 103rd season of the National Football League (NFL). The season began on September 8, 2022, with the defending Super Bowl LVI champion Los Angeles Rams falling to Buffalo in the NFL Kickoff Game, and ended on January 8, 2023. The playoffs started on January 14 and will conclude with Super Bowl LVII, the league's championship game, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on February 12.

2000 St. Louis Rams season

2000 St. Louis Rams season

The 2000 season was the St. Louis Rams' 63rd in the National Football League (NFL) and their sixth in St. Louis. For the first time in franchise history, the Rams entered the season as the defending Super Bowl champions. The Rams finished the regular-season with a record of 10–6 but would go on to lose to the New Orleans Saints in the Wild Card round of the playoffs. They led the NFL in scoring for a second straight year with 540 points. The Rams became the first team in NFL history to score more than 500 points on offense, while allowing more than 450 points on defense.

2004 New England Patriots season

2004 New England Patriots season

The 2004 season was the New England Patriots' 35th in the National Football League (NFL), their 45th overall and their fifth under head coach Bill Belichick. They finished with their second consecutive 14–2 record before advancing to and winning Super Bowl XXXIX, their third Super Bowl victory in four years, and their last until 2014. They are, as of 2022, the most recent team to repeat as NFL Champions and only the second to win 3 Super Bowls in a 4-year span.

2022 Arizona Cardinals season

2022 Arizona Cardinals season

The 2022 season was the Arizona Cardinals' 103rd in the National Football League (NFL), their 35th in Arizona, and their fourth and final under head coach Kliff Kingsbury. They attempted to become the third team in NFL history to host and win the Super Bowl as that year's Super Bowl will be held at State Farm Stadium. However, they failed to improve upon their 11–6 record from the previous year after a Week 11 loss to the San Francisco 49ers and missed the postseason after a Week 15 loss against the Denver Broncos. Key season-ending injuries to their starters and inconsistencies on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball have ultimately led to a season-ending seven-game losing streak and a third consecutive late-season collapse, as they matched a franchise record of 13 losses in a season that was set in the 2000 and 2018 squads. To add to those struggles, they had also lost eight home games this season, surpassing the 2018 squad for the most home losses in franchise history, only having won a single home game since Week 8 of the previous season. A day after the season ended, the team announced that neither head coach Kliff Kingsbury nor general manager Steve Keim would be returning the upcoming season. This would also signal the end of an era for three-time Defensive Player of the Year winner J.J. Watt, as he officially announced his retirement following an overtime loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

2022 Seattle Seahawks season

2022 Seattle Seahawks season

The 2022 season was the Seattle Seahawks' 47th in the National Football League (NFL) and their 13th under the head coach/general manager tandem of Pete Carroll and John Schneider.

2016 Los Angeles Rams season

2016 Los Angeles Rams season

The 2016 Los Angeles Rams season was the franchise's 79th season in the National Football League (NFL) and the fifth and final under head coach Jeff Fisher. It was the franchise's 50th season in the Greater Los Angeles Area and the first since 1994. The team returned to Los Angeles after 21 seasons in St. Louis. The Rams decided from 2016 to 2019 to return to wearing white uniforms at home in Los Angeles as a nod to the Fearsome Foursome era. In Week 15 against the Seattle Seahawks, their NFC West divisional rival, the Rams wore white horns on their helmet just for the one game only, a move which would be repeated for the entire following season.

2022 Los Angeles Chargers season

2022 Los Angeles Chargers season

The 2022 season was the Los Angeles Chargers' 53rd in the National Football League (NFL), their 63rd overall, their seventh in the Greater Los Angeles Area, their third playing their home games at SoFi Stadium and their second under head coach Brandon Staley.

1999 Denver Broncos season

1999 Denver Broncos season

The 1999 season was the Denver Broncos' 30th in the National Football League (NFL) and their 40th overall. The 1999 Broncos were heavily favored to win a third consecutive Super Bowl, but after winning a second against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl XXXIII in Miami, the team suffered the retirement of Super Bowl XXXIII MVP quarterback John Elway during the off-season. Elway had spent his entire career with the Broncos, and much of the focus in the weeks leading up to the season centered on the void left by Elway's departure. Head coach Mike Shanahan announced that third-round 1998 draft pick Brian Griese, son of Miami Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese, would take the reins of the offense, passing over veteran and credible back-up quarterback Bubby Brister.

1982 San Francisco 49ers season

1982 San Francisco 49ers season

The 1982 San Francisco 49ers season was the franchise's 33rd season in the National Football League and their 37th overall. The team was coming off a Super Bowl victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. However, 1982 was strike-shortened, and only nine games were played. The 49ers finished 3–6, thus missing the playoffs despite the expanded sixteen team format. Their .333 winning percentage was the worst ever for any defending NFL or AFL champion until the 2022 Los Angeles Rams, who only managed to get a .294 winning percentage. This season was the only one in an 18-season span in which the 49ers did not win at least ten games. This 49ers team was also the only team in history to win more than half its road games while losing all its home games. The 49ers were the fifth team in NFL history to enter a season as the defending Super Bowl champion and miss the playoffs.

2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season

2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season

The 2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season was the franchise's 28th season in the National Football League (NFL), the 6th playing their home games at Raymond James Stadium, and the 2nd under head coach Jon Gruden. The season began with the team trying to defend its Super Bowl XXXVII title of 2002. Despite high expectations, several last-minute losses led to locker room tension and front-office struggles. The Buccaneers finished 7–9, and missed the playoffs for the first time since 1998 and finish with a losing record for the first time since 1996.

2016 Denver Broncos season

2016 Denver Broncos season

The 2016 Denver Broncos season was the franchise's 47th season in the National Football League (NFL) and the 57th overall. It was also the second season under head coach Gary Kubiak, as well as the final season of Kubiak's Broncos tenure, as he retired at the end of the season due to health concerns.

2011 St. Louis Rams season

2011 St. Louis Rams season

The 2011 season was the St. Louis Rams' 74th in the National Football League, their 17th in St. Louis, and their third and final season under head coach Steve Spagnuolo. They finished with a 2–14 record – a failure to improve on their 7–9 record from 2010 – and the day after the season finale, head coach Steve Spagnuolo and general manager Billy Devaney were fired from the team.

Offseason

Coaching changes

  • The Minnesota Vikings hired Rams offensive coordinator Kevin O'Connell as their new head coach February 16, 2022.[2] The following day, Chris O'Hara, an offensive assistant with the Rams in 2021, was hired to join O'Connell's staff as quarterbacks coach.[3] On February 21, 2022, Wes Phillips was hired by the Vikings as offensive coordinator. Phillips had served as tight ends coach for McVay in two stints over five seasons with Washington (2014–2016) and Los Angeles (2019–2021), and in 2021 had added the title of pass game coordinator.[4]
  • The Denver Broncos named Rams secondary coach/passing game coordinator Ejiro Evero as defensive coordinator for new head coach Nathaniel Hackett's staff. Also hired from the Rams were assistant special teams coach Dwayne Stukes as special teams coordinator and assistant defensive line coach Marcus Dixon as defensive line coach on February 17, 2022.[5]
  • Liam Coen was hired as offensive coordinator, succeeding Kevin O'Connell. Coen had served as an assistant wide receivers and quarterbacks coach with the Rams from 2018 to 2020 before leaving to serve as offensive coordinator at the University of Kentucky.[6]
  • Thomas Brown, the Rams' running backs coach for the previous two seasons, was reassigned to take over for Phillips as tight ends coach, while retaining his position as assistant head coach.[7]
  • Fourth-year staffer Zac Robinson was given the dual titles of pass game coordinator/quarterbacks coach after spending the previous season as assistant quarterbacks coach.[8]
  • Lance Schulters, a former safety who played 10 years in the NFL primarily with the San Francisco 49ers and Tennessee Titans, was promoted to defensive assistant after spending 2021 on the Rams staff as a coaching fellow.[8]
  • Having coached linebackers over the previous five seasons with the Rams, Chris Shula was named pass game coordinator/defensive backs coach.[8]
  • Other internal promotions included Thad Bogardus being elevated to outside linebackers coach after spending 2021 as assistant linebackers coach, while Jonathan Cooley became defensive backs coach after serving as assistant secondary coach the previous season.[8]
  • Ra'Shaad Samples was hired to succeed Thomas Brown as Rams running backs coach after having held the same position at SMU.[9]
  • Greg Olson, who had served as Rams quarterbacks coach during Sean McVay's first season in 2017, returned to the club as a senior offensive assistant after spending the four previous seasons as offensive coordinator with the Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders. Olson had also been offensive coordinator for the then-St. Louis Rams in 2006 and 2007.[8]
  • During preseason, Sean McVay announced that Jay Gruden, who had been head coach of the Washington Redskins during McVay's tenure there, had been hired as an offensive consultant and would work remotely for the team.[10][8]

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Minnesota Vikings

Minnesota Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings are a professional American football team based in Minneapolis. They compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the National Football Conference (NFC) North division. Founded in 1960 as an expansion team, the team began play the following year. They are named after the Vikings of medieval Scandinavia, reflecting the prominent Scandinavian American culture of Minnesota. The team plays its home games at U.S. Bank Stadium in the Downtown East section of Minneapolis.

Kevin O'Connell (American football)

Kevin O'Connell (American football)

Kevin William O'Connell, nicknamed "KOC", is an American football coach and former player who is the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL). O'Connell played quarterback at San Diego State University, and was selected by the New England Patriots in the third round of the 2008 NFL Draft. O'Connell also played for the Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, and San Diego Chargers before retiring in 2012. O'Connell's NFL coaching career began in 2015; he held various assistant coaching roles on the Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers, Washington Redskins, and Los Angeles Rams.

Chris O'Hara

Chris O'Hara

Chris O'Hara is an American football coach who is the quarterbacks coach for the Minnesota Vikings.

2021 Los Angeles Rams season

2021 Los Angeles Rams season

The 2021 season was the Los Angeles Rams' 84th season in the National Football League (NFL), their 85th overall, their 55th in the Greater Los Angeles Area, the second playing their home games at SoFi Stadium and their fifth under head coach Sean McVay.

Denver Broncos

Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos are a professional American football franchise based in Denver. The Broncos compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member club of the league's American Football Conference (AFC) West division. The team is headquartered in Dove Valley, Colorado.

Ejiro Evero

Ejiro Evero

Ejiro Evero is an American football coach who is the defensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL). He previously served as an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and San Francisco 49ers.

Nathaniel Hackett

Nathaniel Hackett

Nathaniel Hackett is an American football coach who is the offensive coordinator for the New York Jets of the National Football League (NFL). A former long-time assistant to Doug Marrone, Hackett previously served as the offensive coordinator for the NFL's Green Bay Packers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Buffalo Bills, as well as several positions for the Syracuse Orange in college football from 2010 to 2012. He served as the head coach of the Denver Broncos in 2022, but was fired during the season after a 4–11 record.

Dwayne Stukes

Dwayne Stukes

Dwayne Stukes is an American football coach and former defensive back. He was most recently the special teams coordinator for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League. He was previously an assistant special teams coach for the Chicago Bears and Los Angeles Rams.

Marcus Dixon

Marcus Dixon

Marcus Dwayne Dixon is an American football coach and a former defensive end in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys and New York Jets of the National Football League (NFL). He is the defensive line coach for the Denver Broncos. Dixon was signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2008. He played college football at Hampton University.

Liam Coen

Liam Coen

Liam Coen is an American football coach who is the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the University of Kentucky. He had also served in that role in the 2021 season. Coen was the offensive coordinator in 2022 for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). Before that, Coen served as an assistant coach at the University of Maine, UMass, University of Rhode Island, and Brown University.

2021 Kentucky Wildcats football team

2021 Kentucky Wildcats football team

The 2021 Kentucky Wildcats football team represented the University of Kentucky (UK) in the 2021 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Wildcats played their home games at Kroger Field in Lexington, Kentucky, and competed in the East Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). They were led by ninth-year head coach Mark Stoops.

Lance Schulters

Lance Schulters

Lance A. Schulters is an American football coach and a former American football safety. He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the fourth round of the 1998 NFL Draft. He played college football at Hofstra.

Draft

2022 Los Angeles Rams Draft
Round Selection Player Position College Notes
1 32 Traded to the Detroit Lions[A]
2 64 Traded to the Denver Broncos[B]
3 96 Traded to the Denver Broncos[B]
104 Logan Bruss OG Wisconsin 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection
4 137 Traded to the Houston Texans[C]
142 Cobie Durant CB South Carolina State Compensatory pick
5 164 Kyren Williams RB Notre Dame from Patriots via Raiders[D]
175 Traded to the Las Vegas Raiders[D]
6 210 Traded to the New England Patriots[E]
211 Quentin Lake S UCLA
212 Derion Kendrick CB Georgia
218 Traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers[F]
7 235 Daniel Hardy LB Montana State from Ravens via Jaguars and Buccaneers[F]
238 Traded to the Las Vegas Raiders[D] from Dolphins[G]
253 Russ Yeast S Kansas State
261 A. J. Arcuri OT Michigan State from Buccaneers[F]

Draft trades

  1. ^ The Rams traded QB Jared Goff, a first-round selection (32nd overall), a 2021 third-round selection and a 2023 first-round selection to the Detroit Lions in exchange for QB Matthew Stafford.[11]
  2. ^ a b The Rams traded their second- and third-round selections (64th and 96th overall) to the Denver Broncos in exchange for LB Von Miller.
  3. ^ The Rams traded WR Brandin Cooks and a fourth-round selection (137th overall) to the Houston Texans in exchange for a 2020 second-round selection.
  4. ^ a b c The Rams traded fifth- and seventh-round selections (175th and 238th overall) to the Las Vegas Raiders in exchange for a fifth-round selection (164th overall).
  5. ^ The Rams traded a sixth-round selection (210th overall) and a 2023 fourth-round selection to the New England Patriots in exchange for RB Sony Michel.
  6. ^ a b c The Rams traded a sixth-round selection (218th overall) to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for two seventh-round selections (235th and 261st overall).
  7. ^ The Rams traded CB Aqib Talib and a 2020 fifth-round selection to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for a seventh-round selection (238th overall).[12]
2022 Los Angeles Rams undrafted free agents
Name Position College Ref.
Roger Carter TE Georgia State [13]
T. J. Carter CB TCU
Cameron Dicker K, P Texas
Elijah García DT Rice
Jake Hummel LB Iowa State
Dan Isom S Washington State
Duron Lowe CB Liberty
Lance McCutcheon WR Montana State
Jairon McVea S Baylor
Dion Novil DT North Texas
Jamal Pettigrew TE McNeese State
Jack Snyder G San Jose State
Brayden Thomas LB North Dakota State
Keir Thomas Florida State
Benton Whitley Holy Cross
Caesar Williams CB Wisconsin

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2022 NFL Draft

2022 NFL Draft

The 2022 NFL Draft was the 87th edition of the National Football League's annual draft and was held from April 28–30, 2022, at the Caesars Forum on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The first round was held on Thursday, April 28, and was followed by the second and third rounds on Friday, April 29. The draft concluded with rounds 4–7 on Saturday, April 30. It was the first draft to be held in the Las Vegas metropolitan area.

List of Los Angeles Rams first-round draft picks

List of Los Angeles Rams first-round draft picks

The Los Angeles Rams, a professional American football team based in Los Angeles, joined the National Football League (NFL) as the Cleveland Rams in 1937. The Rams began playing in 1936 as a charter member of the second American Football League. Although the NFL granted membership to the same owner, the NFL considers it a separate entity. In 1946, Rams' owner Dan Reeves, fed up with poor attendance at Cleveland Stadium, moved the Rams to Los Angeles, and the team played there from 1946 to 1979. Before his death in 1979, later Rams owner Carroll Rosenbloom planned a move within the Los Angeles metropolitan area to Anaheim, using the venue now known as Angel Stadium, and his widow and successor Georgia Frontiere went through with the move in 1980, with the team still officially representing Los Angeles. The Rams moved to St. Louis in 1995 and renamed the team St. Louis Rams. In January 2016, the Rams and the NFL announced that the team would return to Los Angeles. The team initially played at its original L.A. venue, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum from 2016-2019, while awaiting the 2020 opening of its new stadium in suburban Inglewood.

2022 Detroit Lions season

2022 Detroit Lions season

The 2022 season was the Detroit Lions' 93rd in the National Football League (NFL), the 21st playing their home games at Ford Field and their second under the head coach/general manager tandem of Dan Campbell and Brad Holmes.

2022 Denver Broncos season

2022 Denver Broncos season

The 2022 season was the Denver Broncos' 53rd in the National Football League (NFL), their 63rd overall, their second under the leadership of general manager George Paton and their only season under head coach Nathaniel Hackett. 2022 was also their first season under the ownership of the Walton-Penner Family Group, replacing the Pat Bowlen Trust that had existed following the death of longtime owner Pat Bowlen in 2019.

Logan Bruss

Logan Bruss

Logan Bruss is an American football offensive guard for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Wisconsin.

Guard (gridiron football)

Guard (gridiron football)

In gridiron football, a guard (G), otherwise known as an offensive guard (OG), is a player who lines up between the center and the tackles on the offensive line of a football team on the line of scrimmage used primarily for blocking. Right guards (RG) is the term for the guards on the right of the offensive line, while left guards (LG) are on the left side. Guards are to the right or left of the center.

2022 Houston Texans season

2022 Houston Texans season

The 2022 season was the Houston Texans' 21st in the National Football League (NFL) and their only season under Lovie Smith, following the firing of David Culley at the end of the 2021 season.

Cobie Durant

Cobie Durant

Decobie Durant is an American football cornerback for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at South Carolina State.

Cornerback

Cornerback

A cornerback (CB) is a member of the defensive backfield or secondary in gridiron football. Cornerbacks cover receivers most of the time, but also blitz and defend against such offensive running plays as sweeps and reverses. They create turnovers through hard tackles, interceptions, and deflecting forward passes.

Kyren Williams

Kyren Williams

Kyren Williams is an American football running back for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Notre Dame.

2022 New England Patriots season

2022 New England Patriots season

The 2022 season was the New England Patriots' 53rd in the National Football League (NFL), their 63rd overall, their 21st playing home games at Gillette Stadium and their 23rd under head coach Bill Belichick.

2022 Las Vegas Raiders season

2022 Las Vegas Raiders season

The 2022 season was the Las Vegas Raiders' 53rd season in the National Football League, their 63rd overall, their third in Las Vegas and their first under the head coach/general manager tandem of Josh McDaniels and Dave Ziegler.

Staff

2022 Los Angeles Rams staff
Front office
  • Owner/CEO – Stan Kroenke
  • COO/executive vice president of football operations – Kevin Demoff
  • General manager – Les Snead
  • Vice president of football administration – Tony Pastoors
  • Director of football operations – Sophie Harlan
  • Senior personnel executives – Brian Xanders and Ray Farmer
  • Senior personnel advisor – Taylor Morton
  • Assistant director of college scouting – Ted Monago
  • Assistant director of pro scouting – John McKay
  • Director of draft management – J. W. Jordan
  • Director of player engagement – Jacques McClendon
  • Football analyst – Andy Benoit

Head coaches

Offensive coaches

Defensive coaches
  • Defensive coordinator – Raheem Morris
  • Defensive line/run game coordinator – Eric Henderson
  • Assistant defensive line – Skyler Jones
  • Outside linebackers – Thad Bogardus
  • Inside linebackers – Chris Beake
  • Defensive backs – Jonathan Cooley
  • Pass game coordinator/defensive backs – Chris Shula
  • Defensive assistant – Lance Schulters

Special teams coaches

  • Special teams coordinator – Joe DeCamillis
  • Special teams assistant – Jeremy Springer

Strength and conditioning

  • Director of strength training and performance – Justin Lovett
  • Assistant strength and conditioning – Fernando Noriega
  • Assistant strength and conditioning – Dustin Woods

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Les Snead

Les Snead

Samuel Lester Snead is an American football executive who is the general manager of the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL), a position he has held since 2012. Prior to joining the Rams in 2012, Snead served in the Jacksonville Jaguars and Atlanta Falcons front offices from 1995-2011.

Brian Xanders

Brian Xanders

Brian Xanders is an American football executive and former Florida State football player. He is the former general manager for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL), and currently is a Senior Personnel Executive / Coaching Assistant for the NFL's Los Angeles Rams.

Jacques McClendon

Jacques McClendon

Jacques Rashaud McClendon is a former American football center. He was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He played college football at Tennessee. He currently serves as the Director of Football Affairs for the Los Angeles Rams. He also serves on the Knight Commission for Intercollegiate Athletics.

Andy Benoit

Andy Benoit

Andrew Benoit is currently the assistant to LA Rams head coach Sean McVay and will oversee special projects. Benoit was previously an American sportswriter who specialized in the National Football League. He most recently wrote for Sports Illustrated and for SI's NFL webpage, The MMQB and co-hosts The MMQB NFL Podcast.

Liam Coen

Liam Coen

Liam Coen is an American football coach who is the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the University of Kentucky. He had also served in that role in the 2021 season. Coen was the offensive coordinator in 2022 for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). Before that, Coen served as an assistant coach at the University of Maine, UMass, University of Rhode Island, and Brown University.

Eric Yarber

Eric Yarber

Eric Lamone Yarber is an American football coach and former college player who is currently the wide receivers coach for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played two seasons in the NFL as a wide receiver for the Washington Redskins in 1986 and 1987, which included a win in Super Bowl XXII.

Kevin Carberry

Kevin Carberry

Kevin Carberry is an American football coach and former defensive lineman. He played college football at Ohio prior to playing professionally, spending time as a member of the Detroit Lions, Berlin Thunder of NFL Europe, New York Dragons and the Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League (AFL).

Greg Olson (American football)

Greg Olson (American football)

Gregor Alan Olson is an American football coach who is the senior offensive assistant with the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He has been an offensive coordinator for six different National Football League (NFL) teams, the Detroit Lions from 2004 to 2005, the St. Louis Rams from 2006 to 2007, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2008 to 2011, the Oakland Raiders from 2013 to 2014, the Jacksonville Jaguars from 2015 to 2016, and the Oakland / Las Vegas Raiders from 2018 to 2021. During 2017, Olson served as the Los Angeles Rams quarterbacks coach replacing Chris Weinke. In 2018, Olson returned to Oakland to be their offensive coordinator, reuniting him with former mentee quarterback Derek Carr.

Jake Peetz

Jake Peetz

Jake Peetz is an American football coach who is the quarterbacks coach for the Nebraska Cornhuskers. He previously served as an assistant coach for the Carolina Panthers, Alabama, Oakland Raiders, Washington Redskins and Jacksonville Jaguars. He was previously an offensive coordinator for the LSU Tigers.

Jay Gruden

Jay Gruden

Jay Michael Gruden is an American football coach and former quarterback. He previously served as the head coach of the Washington Redskins from 2014 to 2019 and as offensive coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals and Jacksonville Jaguars. During his time in the Arena Football League (AFL), he won four ArenaBowls as a player and two more as a head coach. Gruden is the younger brother of former NFL head coach Jon Gruden and was an assistant coach of the 2002 Buccaneers team that won Super Bowl XXXVII.

Eric Henderson

Eric Henderson

Eric Charles Henderson is an American football coach who is the defensive line coach and run game coordinator for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He previously served as an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Chargers.

Chris Shula

Chris Shula

Chris Shula is an American football coach who is the pass game coordinator and defensive backs coach for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL).

Final roster

2022 Los Angeles Rams final roster
Quarterbacks

Running backs

Wide receivers

Tight ends

Offensive linemen

Defensive linemen

Linebackers

Defensive backs

Special teams

Reserve lists


Practice squad


Rookies in italics
53 active, 15 inactive, 15 practice squad (+1 exempt)

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Baker Mayfield

Baker Mayfield

Baker Reagan Mayfield is an American football quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). Following a stint with Texas Tech, Mayfield played college football at Oklahoma, where he won the Heisman Trophy as a senior. He was selected first overall by the Cleveland Browns in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Bryce Perkins

Bryce Perkins

Bryce Perkins is an American football quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Arizona State, Arizona Western, and Virginia before signing with the Los Angeles Rams as an undrafted free agent in 2020.

John Wolford

John Wolford

John Thomas Wolford is an American football quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Wake Forest and signed with the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent in 2018. He has also played for the Arizona Hotshots of the Alliance of American Football.

Cam Akers

Cam Akers

Cam Akers is an American football running back for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Florida State, and was drafted by the Rams in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Kyren Williams

Kyren Williams

Kyren Williams is an American football running back for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Notre Dame.

Brandon Powell

Brandon Powell

Brandon Powell is an American football wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Florida. He has been a member of the Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills, and the Miami Dolphins.

Ben Skowronek

Ben Skowronek

Bennett William Skowronek is an American football wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Northwestern and Notre Dame, and was drafted by the Rams in the seventh round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Austin Trammell

Austin Trammell

Austin Trammell is an American football wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Rice.

Brycen Hopkins

Brycen Hopkins

Brycen Avery Hopkins is an American football tight end for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Purdue.

Brian Allen (offensive lineman)

Brian Allen (offensive lineman)

Brian Allen is an American football center for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Michigan State. He was drafted by the Rams in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. He was the first active NFL player to test positive for COVID-19. Allen was named an alternate to the 2022 Pro Bowl.

A. J. Arcuri

A. J. Arcuri

A. J. Arcuri is an American football offensive tackle for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Michigan State and was drafted by the Rams in the seventh round of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Chandler Brewer

Chandler Brewer

Chandler Wade Brewer is an American football guard for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Middle Tennessee.

Preseason

The Rams' preseason opponents were announced May 12, 2022 along with the release of the NFL's regular season schedule, with exact dates and times announced eleven days later.

Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue Recap
1 August 13 at Los Angeles Chargers W 29–22 1–0 SoFi Stadium Recap
2 August 19 Houston Texans L 20–24 1–1 SoFi Stadium Recap
3 August 27 at Cincinnati Bengals L 7–16 1–2 Paycor Stadium Recap

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2022 Los Angeles Chargers season

2022 Los Angeles Chargers season

The 2022 season was the Los Angeles Chargers' 53rd in the National Football League (NFL), their 63rd overall, their seventh in the Greater Los Angeles Area, their third playing their home games at SoFi Stadium and their second under head coach Brandon Staley.

SoFi Stadium

SoFi Stadium

SoFi Stadium is a 70,240-seat sports and entertainment indoor stadium in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood, California, United States. SoFi occupies the former site of the Hollywood Park Racetrack, 3 miles (4.8 km) from Los Angeles International Airport and immediately southeast of Kia Forum. Opened in September 2020, the fixed-roof stadium is home to the National Football League (NFL)'s Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers, as well as the annual LA Bowl in college football. The facility is a component of Hollywood Park, a master planned neighborhood in development on the site of the former racetrack. Hollywood Park Casino re-opened in a new building on the property in October 2016, becoming the development's first establishment to open.

2022 Houston Texans season

2022 Houston Texans season

The 2022 season was the Houston Texans' 21st in the National Football League (NFL) and their only season under Lovie Smith, following the firing of David Culley at the end of the 2021 season.

2022 Cincinnati Bengals season

2022 Cincinnati Bengals season

The 2022 season is the Cincinnati Bengals' 53rd in the National Football League (NFL), their 55th overall and their fourth under head coach Zac Taylor. The Bengals will look to make the Super Bowl in back-to-back seasons for the first time in franchise history, after making it to Super Bowl LVI the previous season. After an 0–2 start, the Bengals quickly turned around, winning 12 out of their last 14 games to match their franchise best record of 12–4. After the Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the New York Jets in Week 16, the Bengals clinched a playoff berth, their second straight season making the playoffs. The Bengals later improved upon their 10–7 record from the previous season after a Week 16 win over the New England Patriots. With the Week 17 game against Buffalo declared a no-contest on January 5, the Bengals clinched the AFC North title for the second straight year. With a Week 18 win against Baltimore, they clinched home field advantage for the Wild Card Round.

Paycor Stadium

Paycor Stadium

Paycor Stadium, previously known as Paul Brown Stadium, is an outdoor football stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the home venue of the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League and opened on August 19, 2000. Originally named after the Bengals' founder, Paul Brown, the stadium is located on approximately 22 acres (8.9 ha) of land and has a listed seating capacity of 65,515. The stadium is nicknamed "The Jungle", an allusion to not only the namesake Bengal tiger's natural habitat—hinted at with green-colored seats throughout—but also the Guns N' Roses song "Welcome to the Jungle", which is the team's unofficial anthem.

Regular season

Schedule

As the defending Super Bowl champions, the Rams earned the right to host the NFL Kickoff Game against the Buffalo Bills at SoFi Stadium.[14] This was also the first season in which the NFC teams played nine regular season home games as per the new seventeen game schedule. By also playing an away game against the Chargers, in addition to not being the designated home team for any neutral site games, the 2022 Rams became the first team to play ten regular season games in their home stadium.

On May 10, the NFL announced that the Rams would host the Denver Broncos as part of a Christmas Day triple-header on December 25. The game kicked off at 1:30 p.m. PST, and was televised by CBS and Nickelodeon.[15]

The remainder of the Rams' 2022 schedule was announced on May 12.[16]

Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue Recap
1 September 8 Buffalo Bills L 10–31 0–1 SoFi Stadium Recap
2 September 18 Atlanta Falcons W 31–27 1–1 SoFi Stadium Recap
3 September 25 at Arizona Cardinals W 20–12 2–1 State Farm Stadium Recap
4 October 3 at San Francisco 49ers L 9–24 2–2 Levi's Stadium Recap
5 October 9 Dallas Cowboys L 10–22 2–3 SoFi Stadium Recap
6 October 16 Carolina Panthers W 24–10 3–3 SoFi Stadium Recap
7 Bye
8 October 30 San Francisco 49ers L 14–31 3–4 SoFi Stadium Recap
9 November 6 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 13–16 3–5 Raymond James Stadium Recap
10 November 13 Arizona Cardinals L 17–27 3–6 SoFi Stadium Recap
11 November 20 at New Orleans Saints L 20–27 3–7 Caesars Superdome Recap
12 November 27 at Kansas City Chiefs L 10–26 3–8 Arrowhead Stadium Recap
13 December 4 Seattle Seahawks L 23–27 3–9 SoFi Stadium Recap
14 December 8 Las Vegas Raiders W 17–16 4–9 SoFi Stadium Recap
15 December 19 at Green Bay Packers L 12–24 4–10 Lambeau Field Recap
16 December 25 Denver Broncos W 51–14 5–10 SoFi Stadium Recap
17 January 1 at Los Angeles Chargers L 10–31 5–11 SoFi Stadium Recap
18 January 8 at Seattle Seahawks L 16–19 (OT) 5–12 Lumen Field Recap

Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

Game summaries

Week 1: vs. Buffalo Bills

NFL Kickoff Game

Week 1: Buffalo Bills at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Bills 7 3 71431
Rams 0 10 0010

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

Game information

Starting the 2022 campaign at home on Thursday Night Football, the Rams were shut out in the second half as Sean McVay lost a season opener for the first time as head coach. After falling behind 10–0 in the second quarter, Los Angeles rallied back on a 4-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Matthew Stafford to wide receiver Cooper Kupp, while kicker Matt Gay converted a 57-yard field goal at the end of the second quarter. Stafford, who surpassed 50,000 career passing yards, completed 29 of 41 passes for 240 yards but threw three interceptions and was sacked seven times. Kupp, the NFL's leading receiver in 2021, caught 13 passes for 128 yards and a score to lead the Rams offense. Defensively, cornerback Jalen Ramsey led Los Angeles with six tackles but was victimized on a 53-yard touchdown pass from Bills quarterback Josh Allen to wide receiver Stefon Diggs in the fourth quarter, while linebacker Bobby Wagner had five tackles with two assists and a sack in his debut with the Rams.

Week 2: vs. Atlanta Falcons

Week 2: Atlanta Falcons at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Falcons 0 3 71727
Rams 7 14 7331

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

Game information

The Rams built a commanding 28–3 lead in the third quarter, then had to withstand a fourth quarter rally by Atlanta to gain their first victory of the season. Quarterback Matthew Stafford connected with wide receiver Allen Robinson for a 1-yard touchdown late in the first quarter, then threw two more TD passes to wide receiver Cooper Kupp in the second (3 yards) and third quarters (10 yards). Running back Darrell Henderson led the team with 47 rushing yards on 10 attempts and scored on an 8-yard run in the second period. Rookie cornerback Cobie Durant returned an interception 51 yards late in the second quarter to set up a Rams touchdown and added two tackles including a sack of Falcons quarterback Marcus Mariota. However, Mariota bounced back to throw two touchdown passes while Atlanta also scored after blocking Rams punter Riley Dixon to close to within 31–25. But Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey came up with a critical interception at the goal line with just over a minute remaining and the Rams were able to escape. Kapp had 11 receptions for 108 yards and two scores while Stafford passed for 272 yards and three TDs along with two interceptions. On defense, linebacker Ernest Jones had a team-high 12 tackles while fellow linebacker Bobby Wagner added seven tackles and a sack in the win for Los Angeles.

Week 3: at Arizona Cardinals

Week 3: Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Rams 10 3 7020
Cardinals 0 6 3312

at State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

  • Date: September 25
  • Game time: 1:25 p.m. MST & PDT
  • Game weather: None (retractable roof closed)
  • Game attendance: 63,243
  • Referee: Adrian Hill
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez and Laura Okmin
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

With a strong defensive performance that kept the Cardinals offense out of the end zone for the entire game, the Rams picked up their first NFC West victory of the season. The win was the Rams' eighth straight over Arizona at State Farm Stadium, a streak that started in 2015. Kicker Matt Gay converted field goals of 22 and 40 yards while wide receiver ran 20 yards on a jet sweep in the second quarter to score the first rushing touchdown of his NFL career as Los Angeles built a 13–0 lead. Running back Cam Akers rushed for a game-high 61 yards on 12 carries, including a 14-yard touchdown run to give the Rams a 20–9 advantage late in the third quarter. However, Akers was stripped of the ball at the goal line as Los Angeles was poised to go up by three scores midway through fourth quarter. Rookie cornerback Derion Kendrick and veteran linebacker Bobby Wagner shared the team lead in tackles with nine as they helped to limit the Cardinals to just four field goals by kicker Matt Prater. Defensive tackle Aaron Donald added six total tackles, including a sack of Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray for minus-15 yards in the first quarter that was the 100th sack of the perennial All-Pro's NFL career. Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford threw for 249 yards but did not throw a touchdown pass in a game for the first time since coming to Los Angeles.

Week 4: at San Francisco 49ers

Week 4: Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Rams 3 3 309
49ers 7 7 01024

at Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California

Game information

The host 49ers racked up seven sacks and dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball to continue their mastery of the Rams in the regular season with their seventh straight victory. Meeting for the first time since the 2021 NFC Championship Game, the 49ers gave up an early field goal to Rams kicker Matt Gay but then seized the lead on a 32-yard touchdown run by running back Jeff Wilson and extended their advantage to 14–6 when San Francisco quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo connected with wide receiver Deebo Samuel on a 57-yard catch-and-run late in the second quarter. Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford completed 32 of 48 passes for 254 yards but was sacked seven times and was constantly harassed by 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa and linebacker Samson Ebukam (a former Ram), both of whom had two sacks each. Stafford also threw a fourth quarter interception that was returned by San Francisco strong safety Talanoa Hufanga 52 yards for a touchdown and the game's final points. Wide receiver Cooper Kupp totaled a career-high 14 receptions (for 122 yards) but was held out of the end zone. Linebacker Bobby Wagner led the Rams with 10 tackles and was notable for tackling a protestor who ran onto the field late in the second quarter.

Week 5: vs. Dallas Cowboys

Week 5: Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Cowboys 9 7 3322
Rams 3 7 0010

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

Game information

A fumble and a blocked punt on the game's first two possessions put the Rams into a hole that they could not recover from in their second straight defeat. Quarterback Matthew Stafford was sacked on the game's third play by Cowboys defensive end Dorance Armstrong, who stripped Stafford of the ball which was then scooped up by defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence and returned 19 yards for a touchdown. On the Rams' next possession, Armstrong came up with a second big play, blocking a punt by Riley Dixon and returning it 14 yards down the L.A. 20 which led to a field goal by Brett Maher and a 9–0 lead. The Rams answered with a 29-yard field goal by kicker Matt Gay that was set up by a 54-yard deep pass from Stafford to wide receiver Tutu Atwell. In the second quarter, Los Angeles took a 10–9 lead as wide receiver Cooper Kupp took a Stafford pass and outran Dallas cornerback Trevon Diggs for a 75-yard touchdown, the longest reception of Kupp's career. But the Cowboys responded on their next drive as running back Tony Pollard scored on a 57-yard touchdown to retake the lead which Dallas would never relinquish. Maher added field goals in the third and fourth quarters as the Cowboys extended their advantage. Stafford passed for 308 yards and was sacked five times (Dallas outside linebacker Micah Parsons had two) while the Rams running game sputtered with only 38 yards on 15 attempts. On defense for the Rams, defensive tackle Aaron Donald had six total tackles including two sacks in the loss.

Week 6: vs. Carolina Panthers

Week 6: Carolina Panthers at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Panthers 3 7 0010
Rams 0 7 10724

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

  • Date: October 16
  • Game time: 1:05 p.m. PDT
  • Game weather: Cloudy, 72 °F (22 °C)
  • Game attendance: 71,482
  • Referee: Tra Blake
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez and Laura Okmin
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

The Rams defense held the visiting Panthers out of the end zone while the offense finally got untracked as Los Angeles evened its record to 3–3 going into the bye week. Linebackers Ernest Jones and Bobby Wagner shared the team lead with seven tackles each while leading a defensive effort that limited Carolina to just 203 total yards. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey had three solo tackles including a sack and free safety Nick Scott added an interception to snuff out the Panthers' final offensive drive. For the Rams, wide receiver Allen Robinson scored on a 5-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Matthew Stafford late in the second quarter and finished with five receptions for 63 yards. Fellow wide receiver Ben Skowronek also had five receptions (for 40 yards) and scored the first touchdown of his NFL career on a 17-yard run in the third quarter. Getting his first start of the season, running back Darrell Henderson had 12 carries for 43 yards including a 2-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter. Stafford completed 26 of 33 passes for 253 yards and a touchdown, but threw a costly interception that was returned for a touchdown to give Carolina a 10–7 halftime lead.

Week 8: vs. San Francisco 49ers

Week 8: San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
49ers 0 10 71431
Rams 7 7 0014

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

  • Date: October 30
  • Game time: 1:25 p.m. PDT
  • Game weather: Sunny, 75 °F (24 °C)
  • Game attendance: 73,505
  • Referee: John Hussey
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

In a rematch of the 2021 NFC Championship Game, the visiting 49ers continued their regular season dominance of the Rams by scoring 21 unanswered points in the second half. Making his first start for San Francisco 10 days after a midseason trade with Carolina, running back Christian McCaffrey turned in a spectacular performance, rushing for a game-high 94 yards on 18 carries with a 1-yard touchdown run, catching a team-high 8 passes for 55 yards including a 9-yard touchdown reception, while throwing a 34-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Aiyuk. McCaffrey, who played his last game for the Panthers two weeks earlier against the Rams on the same field, joined Walter Payton and LaDainian Tomlinson as the only players to run, catch, and throw for touchdowns in the same game. Los Angeles took a 14–10 halftime lead as quarterback Matthew Stafford ran for a 1-yard touchdown in the first quarter and threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Cooper Kupp in the second, but the Rams were held to just 58 yards after halftime. Kupp had seven receptions in the first half but was held to only one catch after the intermission. Linebacker Leonard Floyd had a team-high nine tackles including two sacks. 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo completed 21 of 25 passes for 235 yards and two touchdowns and improved to 8–1 lifetime against the Rams as San Francisco won its eighth straight regular season game over Los Angeles.

Week 9: at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 9: Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Rams 0 7 6013
Buccaneers 3 3 01016

at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

Game information

In a rematch of the 2021 NFC Divisional game, the Rams lost a heartbreaking game in Tampa Bay to fall to 3–5 on the season. The Buccaneers made it to the red zone on their opening drive, but the Rams' defense held and forced a field goal, which put the Buccaneers in front 3–0. In the second quarter, the Rams took a 7–3 lead when Stafford connected with Kupp on a 69-yard touchdown pass. From there, the teams exchanged punts and field goals until the final minute of the game. On Tampa Bay's penultimate drive, with the Rams ahead 13–9, receiver Scotty Miller dropped a touchdown pass from quarterback Tom Brady that would have given the Buccaneers the lead. On the ensuing two plays, Ramsey deflected two passes from Brady, causing the Buccaneers to turn the ball over on downs. The Rams had a chance to run out the clock on the ensuing possession, but failed to do so. After a punt with about 1 minute remaining in the game, Brady dissected the Rams' soft zone defense on the Buccaneers' final drive and put his team ahead with a 1-yard touchdown pass to rookie tight end Cade Otton. With minimal time left to score, the Rams failed to answer, and the Buccaneers won 16–13.

Week 10: vs. Arizona Cardinals

Week 10: Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Cardinals 3 14 01027
Rams 3 0 7717

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

  • Date: November 13
  • Game time: 1:25 p.m. PST
  • Game weather: Sunny, 68 °F (20 °C)
  • Game attendance: 71,752
  • Referee: Clete Blakeman
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma and Shannon Spake
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

With their playoff hopes fading after two consecutive losses, the Rams returned home for a game against the Arizona Cardinals, who the Rams defeated earlier in the season. With backup quarterback John Wolford starting in place of Matthew Stafford, who was unable to play due to concussion protocols, the Rams' offense continued to struggle as it had all season. After the Rams' Matt Gay kicked a field goal on their opening drive, the Cardinals scored 17 unanswered points, including two touchdowns inside of the final two minutes of the first half. With 1:56 remaining in the second quarter, Arizona running back James Conner scored a touchdown to put the Cardinals ahead 10–3. On the ensuing Rams' drive, a strip sack of Wolford by Arizona linebacker Myjai Sanders gave the Cardinals prime field position, and they cashed in when Arizona backup quarterback Colt McCoy connected with wide receiver A.J. Green on a 6-yard touchdown pass with 24 seconds remaining in the half. In the third quarter, a 4-yard touchdown run by Darrell Henderson pulled the Rams to within one score of the Cardinals. However, in the final quarter, Arizona wide receiver Rondale Moore made an amazing one-handed catch of a McCoy pass on 4th-and-3 for 26 yards, leading to a 9-yard touchdown run by Conner that brought Arizona's lead back to 14 points. A field goal later in the quarter increased Arizona's advantage to 17 points, and the game ended 27–17 after the Rams scored with seven seconds remaining on a TD pass from Wolford to wide receiver Van Jefferson. With the loss, the Rams fell to 3–6 on the season. Kupp also suffered an ankle sprain during the game and was ruled out for the upcoming game at the New Orleans Saints.

Week 11: at New Orleans Saints

Week 11: Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Rams 7 7 0620
Saints 3 7 14327

at Caesars Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

  • Date: November 20
  • Game time: 12:00 p.m. CST/10:00 a.m. PST
  • Game weather: None (indoor stadium)
  • Game attendance: 70,025
  • Referee: Ronald Torbert
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma and Shannon Spake
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

For the first time in his coaching career, Sean McVay lost four straight games as Los Angeles dropped its record to 3–7 in their first visit to the Superdome since the 2018 NFC Championship Game. Returning to the starting lineup, quarterback Matthew Stafford threw two touchdowns in the first half, but was pulled out of the game midway through the third quarter after taking several hard hits. Without him, the Rams offense was held to two field goals in yet another lackluster second half effort. Saints quarterback Andy Dalton threw two touchdown passes in the third quarter to turn a 14–10 deficit into a 24–14 lead for New Orleans. Playing his first significant action of the season, Rams backup quarterback Bryce Perkins completed 5 of 10 passes for 64 yards and ran five times for 39 yards but was sacked three times in the loss. Wide receiver Allen Robinson caught four passes for 47 yards and a touchdown and running back Cam Akers ran 14 times for 61 yards for Los Angeles on offense, while defensive linebacker Leonard Floyd and defensive tackle Greg Gaines had two sacks each, but the Rams defense failed to generate a turnover for the fourth straight game.

Week 12: at Kansas City Chiefs

Week 12: Los Angeles Rams at Kansas City Chiefs – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Rams 0 3 0710
Chiefs 7 6 7626

at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri

  • Date: November 27
  • Game time: 3:25 p.m. CST/1:25 p.m. PST
  • Game weather: 44 °F (7 °C)
  • Game attendance: 73,557
  • Referee: Adrian Hill
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

With Matthew Stafford sidelined again due to concussion protocols and down their top two receivers, the injury-riddled Rams fell on the road to the AFC-leading Chiefs. Kansas City drove 90 yards on nine plays midway through the first period to score the game's first points as star quarterback Patrick Mahomes connected with tight end Travis Kelce on a 39-yard touchdown pass. From that point, the Rams' defense made several red zone stands against one of the best red zone offenses in football, to keep the game close. Free safety Nick Scott killed a Kansas City drive with an interception near the goal line in the fourth quarter, L.A.'s first defensive turnover in five games. Fellow safety Taylor Rapp led the Rams with 12 tackles, while defensive tackle Aaron Donald had three tackles before leaving the game with a sprained ankle. The Rams' offense, led by third-string quarterback Bryce Perkins making his first career regular season start, struggled to gain traction and only mustered ten points with Perkins throwing a 12-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Van Jefferson to start the fourth period as the Rams' losing streak reached five straight games.

Week 13: vs. Seattle Seahawks

Week 13: Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Seahawks 7 7 31027
Rams 10 3 01023

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

  • Date: December 4
  • Game time: 1:05 p.m. PST
  • Game weather: Cloudy, 64 °F (18 °C)
  • Game attendance: 71,802
  • Referee: Shawn Smith
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez and Laura Okmin
  • Reap, Game Book
Game information

The Rams rallied to take a fourth quarter lead but could not hold on as Geno Smith's 8-yard touchdown pass to DK Metcalf with 36 seconds remaining gave Seattle its first win at Los Angeles since 2017. Smith passed for 367 yards and three touchdowns as the Rams fell to 3–9, ensuring themselves of the team's first losing season since 2016 and first losing season ever for head coach Sean McVay. Running back Cam Akers' 1-yard touchdown run capped off an impressive 10-play, 77-yard opening drive for Los Angeles and kicker Matt Gay added a 40-yard field goal. Gay added two more field goals of 54 and 32 yards to keep the Rams close and Akers (17 carries, 60 yards) scored his second touchdown of the day on a 6-yard run with 2:56 remaining before Seattle made its final comeback. John Wolford got his second start at quarterback throwing 178 yards with two interceptions. Cornerback Derion Kendrick led the Rams with 10 tackles while middle linebacker Bobby Wagner recorded seven total tackles with two sacks and an interception in playing his first game against the Seahawks, with whom Wagner had played for the first 10 seasons of his career.

Week 14: vs. Las Vegas Raiders

Week 14: Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Raiders 10 3 0316
Rams 3 0 01417

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

Game information

Trailing by 13 points with under four minutes remaining, the Rams rallied for an improbable victory and ended their six-game losing streak during a Thursday Night Football game at SoFi Stadium. Acquired off waivers from Carolina just two days earlier, quarterback Baker Mayfield had supplanted starter John Wolford after the first series and led the Rams to a 55-yard field goal by Matt Gay. But the Rams offense struggled through the second and third quarters as the Raiders tried to build their lead after scoring a touchdown on their opening possession. L.A.'s defense turned in a strong performance after giving up the early touchdown, limiting the Raiders to three field goals the rest of the way. Middle linebacker Bobby Wagner led the Rams with 14 total tackles while fellow linebacker Ernest Jones's interception in the end zone late in the second quarter snuffed out another Las Vegas threat. The Raiders were up 16–3 in the fourth quarter after kicking a field goal with 12:20 to go, but L.A. went on a 17-play, 75-yard drive that consumed nine minutes, culminating with a Cam Akers 1-yard touchdown run with 3:19 remaining to narrow the score to 16–10. After the defense forced a three-and-out on the next Raiders' possession, the Rams got the ball at their own 2-yard line with 1:45 remaining and proceeded to drive 98 yards in eight plays, with Mayfield throwing a game-tying 23-yard touchdown pass to Van Jefferson with nine seconds remaining. The Rams took their first lead of the night, 17–16, with Gay's successful extra point, and a Taylor Rapp interception on the first play after the ensuing kickoff sealed the game. Mayfield was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week after completing 22 of 35 passes for 230 yards and a TD. The Rams' 98-yard go-ahead drive was reported to be the longest drive of its kind in the final two minutes of a game over the previous 45 NFL seasons.[17]

Week 15: at Green Bay Packers

Week 15: Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Rams 0 6 6012
Packers 3 7 14024

at Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin

  • Date: December 19
  • Game time: 7:15 p.m. CST/5:15 p.m. PST
  • Game weather: Cloudy, 15 °F (−9 °C)
  • Game attendance: 77,269
  • Referee: Shawn Hochuli
  • TV announcers (ESPN/ABC): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Lisa Salters
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

Despite playing in chilly conditions at Lambeau Field, the visiting Rams played close in the first half but ultimately fell to the host Packers on Monday Night Football. Making his first start at quarterback for the Rams, Baker Mayfield completed only 12 of 21 passes for 111 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Kicker Matt Gay's field goals of 33 and 55 yards in the second quarter accounted for all of the Rams' first half points. But Green Bay pulled away as running back AJ Dillon scored two touchdowns and running back Aaron Jones scored on a 7-yard pass from quarterback Aaron Rodgers to put the Packers up 24–6. The Rams answered with Mayfield throwing an 8-yard TD pass to tight end Tyler Higbee late in the third period to end the game's scoring. L.A. running back Cam Akers had 100 yards in total offense (12 rushes, 65 yards; 3 receptions, 35 yards) to lead the Rams offense. On defense, Taylor Rapp had his second interception in as many weeks and linebacker Leonard Floyd had two sacks in the game, which dropped the Rams' record to 4–10.

Week 16: vs. Denver Broncos

Christmas Day games

Week 16: Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Broncos 3 3 0814
Rams 17 14 31751

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

Game information

Playing their first-ever game on Christmas Day, the Rams put together their best performance of the season, scoring on eight consecutive possessions in a rout of the Broncos in L.A.'s final regular season home game. Despite playing with their 13th different offensive line combination in 15 games, the Rams' offense displayed considerable strength against the Broncos' defense, which was rated No. 3 in the NFL up to that point, rolling up 388 total yards. Running back Cam Akers had his best individual game of the season, rushing the ball 23 times for 118 yards and scoring a career-high three touchdowns. Quarterback Baker Mayfield completed 24 of 28 passes for 230 yards and two touchdowns, both of which went to tight end Tyler Higbee (9 receptions, 94 yards), whose 9-yard TD reception in the first quarter made him the Rams' all-time leader in touchdown receptions by a tight end in team history. Kicker Matt Gay added field goals of 30, 53, and 55 yards for Los Angeles. Meanwhile, the Rams’ defense recorded six sacks (two by newly acquired defensive end Larrell Murchison) and four interceptions. Rookie cornerback Cobie Durant had two interceptions, the second of which he returned 85 yards for the game's final touchdown. With the win, the Rams improved to 5–10, winning their fifth straight game against Denver dating back to 2006, when the team was based in St. Louis.

Week 17: at Los Angeles Chargers

Week 17: Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Chargers – Game summary
Period 1 2 34Total
Rams 3 7 0010
Chargers 0 17 7731

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

  • Date: January 1
  • Game time: 1:25 p.m. PST
  • Game weather: Cloudy, 62 °F (17 °C)
  • Game attendance: 70,240
  • Referee: Clete Blakeman
  • TV announcers (CBS): Spero Dedes and Jay Feely
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

A lackluster second half doomed the Rams in their first regular season matchup against their fellow tenants at SoFi Stadium. Kicker Matt Gay's 23-yard field goal near the end of the first quarter gave the Rams their only lead of the game. The Chargers pulled ahead as running back Austin Ekeler ran for touchdowns of 10 and 72 yards in the second quarter to help build a 17–10 halftime lead. Ekeler (10 carries, 122 yards) became the first running back to surpass 100 rushing yards against the Rams defense during the 2022 regular season. Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert completed 21 of 28 passes for 212 yards and threw two touchdowns in the second half, one to former Rams tight end Gerald Everett in the third quarter. The Rams were led by running back Cam Akers, who had 19 carries for 123 yards while fellow running back Malcolm Brown had a 23-yard run in the second quarter for the Rams' only touchdown. Quarterback Baker Mayfield completed 11 of 19 passes for 132 yards, but was sacked three times and fumbled once as the Rams were held to only 56 total offensive yards in the second half. The team's 11th defeat of the season surpassed the 1999 Denver Broncos for the most losses suffered by a defending Super Bowl champion.

Week 18: at Seattle Seahawks

Week 18: Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks – Game summary
Period 1 2 34OTTotal
Rams 3 10 30016
Seahawks 6 0 73319

at Lumen Field, Seattle, Washington

  • Date: January 8
  • Game time: 1:25 p.m. PST
  • Game weather: Rain, 47 °F (8 °C)
  • Game attendance: 68,660
  • Referee: Craig Wrolstad
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez and Laura Okmin
  • Recap, Game Book
Game information

A Baker Mayfield interception in overtime led to a game-winning field goal by Seattle kicker Jason Myers as the host Seahawks earned a season sweep of the Rams for the first time since the 2013 season. The loss dropped the Rams' final record to 5–12, the fewest wins and the most losses for a defending Super Bowl champion in a full regular season, and their .294 win percentage eclipsed the .333 mark set by the San Francisco 49ers, who finished 3–6 in the strike-shortened 1982 season. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey had two interceptions of Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith, the first coming on the game's opening offensive play which led to a 22-yard field goal by kicker Matt Gay, who added a second field goal from 45 yards out in the second quarter. The Rams seized a 13–6 halftime with an 11-yard touchdown run on an end around by wide receiver Tutu Atwell to cap off a 9-play, 87-yard drive. Gay added a 38-yard field goal in the third quarter to give the Rams a 16–13 lead. Running back Cam Akers had 21 carries for 104 yards, his third straight game over 100 rushing yards, to lead the Rams offense, while wide receiver Van Jefferson had a team-high three receptions for 61 yards and was the intended receiver on Mayfield's final pass attempt, which was intercepted by Seattle strong safety Quandre Diggs to set up Myers' fourth and decisive field goal. Defensively, Ramsey had five tackles to go along with his two picks while former Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner had a team-high seven tackles in the Rams' loss.

Standings

Division

NFC West
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
(2) San Francisco 49ers 13 4 0 .765 6–0 10–2 450 277 W10
(7) Seattle Seahawks 9 8 0 .529 4–2 6–6 407 401 W2
Los Angeles Rams 5 12 0 .294 1–5 3–9 307 384 L2
Arizona Cardinals 4 13 0 .235 1–5 3–9 340 449 L7

Conference

# Team Division W L T PCT DIV CONF SOS SOV STK
Division leaders
1 Philadelphia Eagles East 14 3 0 .824 4–2 9–3 .474 .460 W1
2[a] San Francisco 49ers West 13 4 0 .765 6–0 10–2 .417 .414 W10
3[a] Minnesota Vikings North 13 4 0 .765 4–2 8–4 .474 .425 W1
4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers South 8 9 0 .471 4–2 8–4 .503 .426 L1
Wild cards
5 Dallas Cowboys East 12 5 0 .706 4–2 8–4 .507 .485 L1
6 New York Giants East 9 7 1 .559 1–4–1 4–7–1 .526 .395 L1
7[b] Seattle Seahawks West 9 8 0 .529 4–2 6–6 .462 .382 W2
Did not qualify for the postseason
8[b] Detroit Lions North 9 8 0 .529 5–1 7–5 .535 .451 W2
9 Washington Commanders East 8 8 1 .500 2–3–1 5–6–1 .536 .449 W1
10 Green Bay Packers North 8 9 0 .471 3–3 6–6 .524 .449 L1
11[c] Carolina Panthers South 7 10 0 .412 4–2 6–6 .474 .437 W1
12[c][d] New Orleans Saints South 7 10 0 .412 2–4 5–7 .507 .462 L1
13[c][d] Atlanta Falcons South 7 10 0 .412 2–4 6–6 .467 .429 W2
14 Los Angeles Rams West 5 12 0 .294 1–5 3–9 .517 .341 L2
15 Arizona Cardinals West 4 13 0 .235 1–5 3–9 .529 .368 L7
16 Chicago Bears North 3 14 0 .176 0–6 1–11 .571 .480 L10
Tiebreakers[e]
  1. ^ a b San Francisco finished ahead of Minnesota based on conference record (10–2 vs. 8–4).
  2. ^ a b Seattle finished ahead of Detroit based on head-to-head victory.
  3. ^ a b c Carolina finished ahead of New Orleans and Atlanta based on head-to-head record (3–1 vs. 2–2/1–3).
  4. ^ a b New Orleans finished ahead of Atlanta based on head-to-head sweep.
  5. ^ When breaking ties for three or more teams under the NFL's rules, they are first broken within divisions, then comparing only the highest ranked remaining team from each division.

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