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✔ This page documents a guideline on articles and non-articles related to the St. Louis Rams WikiProject. While it is not policy, editors are strongly advised to follow it. As the occasional exception may arise, it should be approached with common sense. When editing this page, please ensure that your revision reflects consensus. When in doubt, discuss first on the talk page.


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For Wikipedia's own style guide, see Wikipedia:Manual of Style.

Franchise article[edit]

  1. The article name shall be St. Louis Rams. Articles named Cleveland Rams and Los Angeles Rams shall redirect to this page, not to any of the sub sections within the page.
  2. The article will use the template {{NFL team}}. See the template department for usage information.
  3. The lead paragraph will follow the guideline described at WP:LEAD. The first mention in the lead of "St. Louis Rams", "Cleveland Rams", and "Los Angeles Rams" will be placed in bold.
  4. Structure of the article:
    • Franchise history
      • Cleveland Rams (1936-1945)
      • Los Angeles Rams (1946-1994)
      • St. Louis Rams (1995-present)
      • Seasons-by-season records
    • Logo and uniforms
    • Players of note
      • Current roster
      • Pro Football Hall of Famers
      • Retired numbers
    • Coaches of note
      • Head coaches
      • Current staff
    • Radio and television
    • Notes and references
    • See also
    • External links
  5. Add any navigational templates as appropriate.
  6. Categorize the page as appropriate.

History article[edit]

  1. This article shall be named History of the St. Louis Rams
  2. The lead paragraph will follow the guideline described at WP:LEAD. The title "history of the St. Louis Rams" will be in bold at the first mention in the lead with "St. Louis Rams" wikified.
  3. Structure of the article:
    • The AFL Cleveland Rams (1936)
    • The NFL Cleveland Rams (1937-1945)
      • 1937-1944: Beginnings
      • 1945: First NFL Championship Team
        • 1945 NFL Championship Game
    • Los Angeles Rams: Los Angeles Era (1946-1979)
      • 1946-1948: Starting over in Los Angeles
      • 1949-1955: Three-end formation
        • 1949 West Division champs
          • 1949 NFL Championship Game
        • 1950 National Conference champs
          • 1950 NFL Championship Game
        • 1951 Second NFL Championship team
          • 1951 NFL Championship Game
        • 1952-1954: Missing the Champisonship Game
        • 1955 Western Conference champs
          • 1955 NFL Championship Game
      • 1956-1962: Tanking out
      • 1963-1969: The Fearsome Foursome
        • 1963-1966: Beginnings
        • 1967 Coastal Division champs
        • 1968: Missing the playoffs
        • 1969 Coastal Division champs
      • 1970-1972: Changes
      • 1973-1979: NFC West Champs
        • 1973 NFC West champs
        • 1974 NFC West champs
        • 1975 NFC West champs
        • 1976 NFC West champs
        • 1977 NFC West champs
        • 1978 NFC West champs
        • 1979 NFC West champs
          • Super Bowl XIV
    • Los Angeles Rams: Anaheim Era (1980-1994)
      • 1980-1982: Starting over in Anaheim
      • 1983-1991: Robinson takes over the Rams
        • 1983: Dickerson joins the Rams
        • 1984: Making the playoffs
        • 1985 NFC West champs
        • 1986: Making the playoffs
        • 1987 NFL strike
        • 1988-1989: Making the playoffs
        • 1990-1991: Missing the playoffs
      • 1992-1994: The Demise of the LA Rams
    • St. Louis Rams Era (1995-Present)
      • 1995-1998: Starting over in Saint Louis
      • 1999-2001: The Greatest Show on Turf
        • 1999 NFC West champs
        • 2000 Making the playoffs
          • Super Bowl XXXIV
        • 2001 NFC West champs
          • Super Bowl XXXVI
      • 2002-present: Marc Bulger era
    • References
  4. Add any navigational templates as appropriate.
  5. Categorize the page as appropriate.

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NFL Playoffs[edit]

National Championship Appearances[edit]

Super Bowl Appearances[edit]

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