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Los Angeles Rams Cotton Allover:New

SKU: NFL39605

Width: 60 inches

Content: 100% Cotton

Background: Navy Blue

Order minimum: 1

Yards Available: 6

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The Los Angeles Rams are one of the oldest franchises in the NFL. The history of the Rams can be traced back to Cleveland in 1936, when the team started play in the American Football League. The next year the Rams left for the more established NFL. Although the team suspended operations in 1943 due to World War II, the Rams resumed play in 1944. By 1945, they had won their first NFL Championship, defeating the Washington Redskins 15-14.

In 1946 the Rams moved to Los Angeles, where they would remain for the next five decades. The Rams made a successful transition to the West Coast as they played in the 1949 and 1950 Championship games, and won the 1951 NFL Championship by defeating the Cleveland Browns 24-17. The Rams returned to the Championship game in1955, only to lose to the Browns 38-14.

The late 1950s and early 1960s the Rams experienced many struggles with mostly losing seasons. By the late 1960s, the Rams began to improve and would remain one of the NFL's better teams throughout the 1970s. Between 1974 and 1979, the Rams played in five NFC Championship games. They finally won in 1979 by defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-0. In Super Bowl XIV, the Rams lost 31-19 to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Rams advanced to the NFC Championship game twice during the 1980s, but lost both games, first to the Chicago Bears in 1985, then to the San Francisco 49ers in 1989. After the defeat to San Francisco, the Rams wouldn't return to the playoffs for nine years.

Finally, under head coach Dick Vermeil the Rams began to build the foundation for their first Super Bowl victory. Behind a superb offense with quarterback Kurt Warner, running back Marshall Faulk, and wide receivers Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce, the Rams finished the regular season 13-3. In Super Bowl XXXIV, the Rams faced off against the Tennessee Titans in a relatively low scoring showdown dominated by defense. The Rams prevailed in the end 23-16.

The Rams returned to the Super Bowl in 2002 for Super Bowl XXVI. The favored Rams lost to the New England Patriots 20-17.

Championship Game and Super Bowl Appearances:

  • 1945: Won 15-14 over the Washington Redskins

  • 1949: Lost 14-0 to the Philadelphia Eagles

  • 1950: Lost 30:28 to the Cleveland Browns

  • 1951: Won 24-17 over the Cleveland Browns

  • 1955: Lost 38-14 to the Cleveland Browns

  • 1980 (Super Bowl XIV): Lost 31-19 to the Pittsburgh Steelers

  • 2000 (Super Bowl XXXIV): Won 23-16 over the Tennessee Titans

  • 2002 (Super Bowl XXXVI): Lost 20-17 to the New England Patriots

Hall of Famers:

  • George Allen, coach (1966-1970)

  • Bob Brown, offensive tackle (1969-1970)

  • Eric Dickerson, running back (1983-1987)

  • Tom Fears, end (1948-1956)

  • Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch, wide receiver/running back (1949-1957)

  • Deacon Jones, defensive end (1961-1971)

  • Tom Mack, guard (1966-1978)

  • Merlin Olsen, defensive tackle (1962-1976)

  • Dan Reeves, owner (1941-1971)

  • Jackie Slater, offensive tackle (1976-1995)

  • Norm Van Brocklin, quarterback (1949-1957)

  • Bob Waterfield, quarterback (1945-1952)

  • Jack Youngblood, defensive end (1974-1984)

The design of the Los Angeles Rams Cotton Allover:New consists of the Rams' football helmets and team name over a navy blue background.

The Los Angeles Rams Cotton Allover:New is a great fabric to use for quilts, garments, draperies, lampshades, Hawaiian shirts, carrying bags, bed sheets, bedspreads, crafts, pet clothing and more.

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