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1) The Rams won an NFL championship representing which city?

The Rams are the only franchise to win championships while representing three different cities (Cleveland in 1945, Los Angeles in 1951, and St. Louis in 1999).

2) Which player stopped Tennessee Titans WR Kevin Dyson on the 1-yard line to win Super Bowl XXXIV?

On the final play of the game, Rams linebacker Mike Jones stopped Dyson one yard short of the goal line to prevent a potential game-tying touchdown.

3) Who was the first Rams player to win the league MVP award?

Linus Parker "Bullet" Hall was named the league's Most Valuable Player in 1939 and was the first professional player to complete over 100 passes in a single season.

4) How many yards did Rams RB Eric Dickerson gain per carry in 1984?

Dickerson's 5.6 yards per carry led the Rams to a playoff berth in 1984.

5) Which Rams DE coined the term "sack"?

The term "sack" was first popularized by Hall of Fame defensive end Deacon Jones in the 1960s, who felt that a sack devastated the offense in the same way that a city was devastated when it was sacked.

6) Which QB led the Rams to a victory in Super Bowl XXXIV?

On January 30, 2000, at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Warner became the sixth player to win both Super Bowl MVP and NFL MVP during the same season.

7) After retiring from the NFL, Rams defensive tackle Merlin Olsen appeared as a regular cast member on what TV show?

Olsen portrayed farmer Jonathan Garvey on Little House on the Prairie.

8) Who was the first Rams player inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame?

In 1965, QB, DB, K, P Bob Waterfield was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as part of the third class of inductees.

9) Which Rams player owns the team record for most consecutive games played?

Despite a broken leg and numerous other injuries, Youngblood played in 201 consecutive games. He only missed one game in his 14-year NFL career.

10) What year did the Rams first move to Los Angeles?

After winning the 1945 NFL Championship Game, the franchise moved to Los Angeles, California, in 1946, making way for Paul Brown's Cleveland Browns of the All-America Football Conference and becoming the only NFL championship team to play the following season in another city.