Los Angeles Rams statistics

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This page details statistics about the Los Angeles Rams American football franchise, formerly the St. Louis Rams and the Cleveland Rams.

Franchise firsts[edit]

Wins/losses in a season[edit]

  • Most games won in a season (regular season): 14, 2001
  • Most games won in a season (including postseason): 16, 1999, 2001
  • Most games lost in a season: 15, 2009

Individual records[edit]

Appearances[edit]

Game[edit]

Season[edit]

Rookie Season[edit]

Career[edit]

Playoff Games[edit]

Playoff career[edit]


Most Career Passing Yards[edit]

Rank Player Total yards
1 Jim Everett 23,758
2 Marc Bulger 22,814
3 Roman Gabriel 22,223
4 Norm Van Brocklin 16,114
5 Kurt Warner 14,447
6 Bob Waterfield 11,849
7 Sam Bradford 11,065
8 Vince Ferragamo 9,376
9 Pat Haden 9,296
10 Tony Banks 8,333

Most Career Passing Touchdowns[edit]

Rank Player Touchdowns
1 Roman Gabriel 154
2 Jim Everett 142
3 Marc Bulger 122
4 Norm Van Brocklin 118
5 Kurt Warner 102
6 Bob Waterfield 97
7 Vince Ferragamo 70
8 Sam Bradford 59
9 Pat Haden 52
10 Tony Banks 36

Most career rushing yards[edit]

Rank Player Total yards
1 Steven Jackson 10,138
2 Eric Dickerson 7,245
3 Marshall Faulk 6,959
4 Lawrence McCutcheon 6,186
5 Dick Bass 5,417
6 Todd Gurley 3,446
7 Wendell Tyler 3,266
8 Cullen Bryant 3,117
9 Jerome Bettis 3,091
10 Willie Ellison 2,901

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Tied for the most seasons played with one team along with Darrell Green.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g NFL record
  3. ^ a b Statistics for interceptions were not kept until the 1940 season
  4. ^ At least four punts.
  5. ^ Hekker punted 5 times.