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Fans Are Up In Arms Over Disgusting $15 Pizza And Overpriced Parking At SoFi Stadium

I’ve been eager to take in a game at the state-of-the-art Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles ever since it wrapped construction and opened last year. But after hearing all the complaints from fans, I think I’ll stay at home and watch it on my 65″ TV instead. So what exactly is the problem?

Lets be honest, food and drinks have always been massively overpriced at sporting events and concerts, and that just goes with the territory. But the newly opened SoFi Stadium in LA is taking things to a whole other level, charging Rams fans a whopping $15 for this sorry excuse for pizza:

But that’s not all. The parking situation is apparently wildly expensive, with people paying anywhere from $60-70 for a spot. And not only that, but the parking lot is extremely difficult to get in and out of, the spots are tiny, and it was taking people 45+ minutes to get to Pincay Drive out of lot. The team’s response? Use public transportation instead.

Joanna Hunter, the Rams’ vice president for corporate affairs, has been taking feedback from fans about these complaints and others, and promises to address the new stadium’s shortcomings. Only time will tell if she makes good on that.

Rams Looking to Get Off to Fast Start, Challenge the Best in the NFL in the 2021

The Rams have a new look for the 2021 season, as the team made a deal with the Detroit Lions switching quarterbacks.

The Lions sent QB Matt Stafford to Los Angeles for QB Jared Goff, who is expected to upgrade the QB spot in the Motor City.

The Rams won a playoff game before falling in the divisional round to the Packers in Lambeau in a game in which they hung in before the Pack were able to pull away.

Now here in 2021 the team will look to improve on their 10-6 mark, hoping they can make a push to the Super Bowl.

Look for the Rams to be overall better, and for the team to challenge the best in the NFC.

Here are the 3 matchups that I’m most looking forward to:

10/3 vs Arizona – Kyler Murray and the Cards are an up and coming squad, and the Rams can’t overestimate their play on the field in week four at SoFi Stadium. It will be interesting to see if the Rams have enough offense to overcome the Cardinals, and if they can hold Murray in check for the afternoon making it a long afternoon for Arizona.

11/10 vs Tennessee – The Titans have been on the cusp the last few seasons of being a part of the Super Bowl, losing in the AFC Title game to the Chiefs two years ago, and last year losing at home to the Ravens at home after a 10-0 lead. This will be a fun prime-time battle that should show who is a big-time team in the NFL in the middle of the season.

12/26 at Minnesota – The Vikings are a team you just don’t know what you are going to get when you take the field. One week they are world beaters, the next they just are not all that great. This time it’s just after Santa shows up, and the Rams are hoping they can get an early road lead and put the game away.

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Go Rams!

The Los Angeles Rams 2021 Schedule Has Been Released

The 2020 Rams put together a solid season in which they went 10-6, beat their biggest rivals in the Seattle Seahawks in the first round of the NFC Wild Card round, and then put up a fight before falling to the Packers at Lambeau Field.

Now the team is turning the page for 2021, and their big offseason started with a move to acquire QB Matt Stafford from the Detroit Lions for former first-overall pick Jared Goff.

Stafford brings a grit and fight to the Rams offense they haven’t shown in awhile, and the team is hopeful that they can get a lot of top notch play from Stafford once he takes the field.

As one would expect, the Rams have a number of big name games in 2021, and Wednesday the slate for 2021 Rams season came out, which you can You can check out below.

Los Angeles Rams 2021 Schedule

Week Date Opponent Kickoff time TV
1 Sept. 12 vs. Bears 8:20 p.m. ET NBC
2 Sept. 19 at Colts 1 p.m. ET Fox
3 Sept. 26 vs. Buccaneers 4:25 p.m. ET Fox
4 Oct. 3 vs. Cardinals 4:05 p.m. ET Fox
5 Oct. 7 (Thursday) at Seahawks 8:20 p.m. ET Fox/NFLN/Amazon
6 Oct. 17 at Giants 1 p.m. ET Fox
7 Oct. 24 vs. Lions 4:05 p.m. ET Fox
8 Oct. 31 at Texans 1 p.m. ET Fox
9 Nov. 7 vs. Titans 8:20 p.m. ET NBC
10 Nov. 15 (Monday) at 49ers 8:15 p.m. ET ESPN
11 BYE
12 Nov. 28 at Packers 4:25 p.m. ET Fox
13 Dec. 5 vs. Jaguars 4:25 p.m. ET CBS
14 Dec. 13 (Monday) at Cardinals 8:15 p.m. ET ESPN
15 Dec. 19 vs. Seahawks 4:25 p.m. ET Fox
16 Dec. 26 at Vikings 1 p.m. ET Fox
17 Jan. 2 at Ravens 4:25 p.m. ET Fox
18 Jan. 9 vs. 49ers 4:25 p.m. ET Fox

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Raheem Morris Set to Be Named the New Rams DC

After losing defensive coordinator Brandon Staley to the cross-town Los Angeles Chargers as their new head coach, the Rams are in the market for a new DC, and it appears they have found their man.

That man is former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach and Atlanta Falcons interim head coach Raheem Morris.

Various sources say that Morris is on the cusp of coming to terms on a deal with the Rams, taking over the defense which Staley ran for one season.

In his time as Bucs head coach, Morris went 17-31, going 3-13, 10-6 and 4-12 from 2009 to 2011. The seven game turnaround from 3-13 to 10-6 was the best in franchise history for Tampa Bay, who barley missed the postseason.

Morris was the interim head coach in 2020 for the Falcons, leading the team to a mark of

The Falcons went on an initial hot streak under Morris, leading to some reporting that he had impressed team brass and could be a real candidate for the full-time job there, but the team ultimately fizzled down the stretch and then hired Arthur Smith instead.

Rams Silent On Who Starts at QB for the Wild Card Game Against Seahawks

The Rams still don’t know who their starting quarterback will be this weekend. The public might not know until moments before kickoff, Adam Maya of NFL.com reports.

Sean McVay told reporters Tuesday that Jared Goff?’s thumb is coming along well, but no decision has been made on whether he’ll play against the Seahawks. The L.A. coach then said he won’t be announcing his starter for Super Wild Card Weekend.

“I’m not going to answer that question this week,” he said.

Asked for his timetable to determine a starter, McVay wryly stated, “Saturday at 1:39.”

Goff and John Wolford will surely know before then. The latter is coming off a modest, but dramatic NFL debut, as he rebounded from an interception on his first throw to lead three field-goal drives while the defense did the rest in a playoff-clinching victory over the Cardinals. Wolford became the first player in league history with at least 200 passing yards and 50 rushing yards in his debut, per NFL Research.

But McVay reiterated that if Goff is healthy enough to go, he’s getting the nod.

“Jared is our starting quarterback,” he asserted.

Rams WR Cooper Kupp Placed on Reserve/COVID-19 List

The Rams announced Tuesday that they have placed wide receiver Cooper Kupp on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.

Teams are prohibited from disclosing whether a player has tested positive for COVID-19 or whether he is quarantining because of close exposure to someone who has tested positive.

Kupp has 92 receptions for 974 yards (both team-highs) and three touchdowns in 15 games this season.

Video: Rams Look to Slow Down Brady and the Bucs in Week 11 Matchup

The Bucs and Rams are set for a week 11 matchup, as the Bucs look to get to 8-3, while the 6-3 Rams will look for their 7th win in 2020.

NFL.com has a preview of this weeks game.

Rams Not Happy About Defensive PI Call on Bills 4th Down Late in Loss

The Rams came within a whisker of completing one of the wildest comebacks in regular-season history, erasing a 25-point deficit to take a four-point lead over the Bills.

With 25 seconds left, and the Bills trailing 32-28, Josh Allen took the snap from the Rams’ 13-yard-line on fourth-and-8. He tossed a pass in the direction of ?Gabriel Davis? near the goal line. The throw was behind the wideout, but a flag sailed in. Pass interference.

New life for Buffalo. On the next play, Allen tossed the go-ahead TD to ?Tyler Kroft? for the win.

Rams players took exception to the DPI called on corner Darious Williams, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports.

“It was the wrong call,” Rams safety John Johnson III said, via Lindsey Thiry of ESPN. “We can’t narrow it down to that one play, but I don’t think it was a PI.”

That sound you hear is all of New Orleans laughing through tears.

Receiver ?Robert Woods? was asked if it looked like Williams committed a penalty from where he stood on the sideline.

“No, obviously not,” Woods responded. “Being out there, he’s playing defensive back, he’s playing hands-on, he’s checking him, and as he gets into his route, the receiver initiates the contact and the quarterback is literally just throwing the ball in the area, and it wasn’t even a catchable ball. But, obviously, they made the call, it is what it is, you got to keep playing and finish the game.”

The call seemed ticky-tack at best. Still, no game comes down to one play. Earlier in the bout, refs ruled a simultaneous possession was an interception for L.A. Had that judgment call went the other way, the Rams’ comeback bid would likely have been snuffed out before it started.

“There’s a million calls in the game, and it’s unfortunate that one like that can go make it, essentially, if they don’t call it, the game is over,” said QB ?Jared Goff?, who passed for 321 yards and two touchdowns, with an INT. “But there’s calls that went our way that game and there’s calls that went their way that game, and unfortunately, that one was at the end of the game like that.”