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All-Time Teams: Los Angeles Rams



Introduction

In my endless research of all things football and through my passion for the history of the NFL, I have decided to try and compile an All-Time Team for all 32 current NFL franchises. By All-Time Team I mean a starting roster compiled of the very best players to ever put on each franchise’s jersey. I will be starting in alphabetical order by current franchise location, so Arizona Cardinals all the way to The Washington Football Team, with the goal of releasing one to two All-Time teams a week for the duration of the current NFL season. This is meant to be fun and cause some debate and is based on my opinion after all my research and deep dives into each franchise’s history. Of course, not everyone will agree with who I chose, and I’d love to hear from anyone who agrees or disagrees, but first, let’s lay out some ground rules for how I came up with each team.


1. Each team roster will consist of the following:

Offense - 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 2 OT, 2 OG, 1 C

Defense - 2 DE, 2 DT, 3 LB, 2 CB, 2 S

Special Teams - 1 K, 1 P, 1 Returner

Coach - 1 Head Coach


2. I only considered an individual’s stats and contributions with each specific franchise. For example, Peyton Manning’s years with the Broncos were not considered when deciding on the starting QB of the Colts All-Time Team. As a result, the stats and awards listed with each individual player are only those that were achieved with that specific franchise.


3. A player cannot represent two teams as the starter. Players who spent time with more than one team were considered for the franchise they spent the most time with or had the most impact on. This rule led to some interesting scenarios that I will discuss in detail with each specific article to try and clear up any confusion.


4. A player’s stats and impact were considered in context with their era. This won’t simply be a listing of who passed or ran for the most yards in franchise history.


5. All stats are from Pro-Football-Reference and through the 2021 season. I will also be counting sacks from 1960, though the NFL doesn't officially count sacks until 1982.


6. Players in the "Honorable Mentions" section are ordered by year. It's not an indication of where I believe they rank in franchise history.


Now that that’s out of the way, let’s get to it!


Los Angeles Rams All-Time Team


Franchise Information

First Season: 1937

  1. Cleveland Rams (1937-1945)

  2. Los Angeles Rams (1946-1994)

  3. St. Louis Rams (1995-2015)

  4. Los Angeles Rams (2016-Present)

Record: 599-580-21 (50.81 W-L%)

Playoff Record: 26-27

Super Bowls Won: 2 (1999 and 2021) (Lost in 1979, 2001 and 2018)

Pre-Super Bowl NFL Championships Won: 2 (1945 and 1951) (Lost in 1949, 1950 and 1955)

Passing Leader: Jim Everett 1,847/3,277 | 23,758 Yds | 142 TD

Rushing Leader: Steven Jackson 2,396 Att | 10,138 Yds | 56 TD

Receiving Leader: Isaac Bruce 942 Rec | 14,109 Yds | 84 TD

Sack Leader: Deacon Jones 159.5 Sk

Interception Leader: Eddie Meador 46 Int

Scoring Leader: Jeff Wilkins 1,233 Points

Winningest Coach: John Robinson 75-68


QB: Kurt Warner (1998-2003)

Record: 35-15 | 66.4 Cmp% | 14,447 Yds | 102 TD | 65 Int | 202 Rush Yds | 1 Rush TD | Led League in Cmp 2001 (375) | Led League in Cmp% 1999, 2000 and 2001 (65.1%, 67.7%, 68.7%) | Led League in Yds 2001 (4,830) | Led League in TD 1999 and 2001 (41, 36) | Led League in Yds/A 1999, 2000 and 2001 (8.7, 9.9, 8.8) | Led League in Yds/G 2000 and 2001 (311.7, 301.9) | Led League in QB Rating 1999 and 2001 (109.2, 101.4) | 3x Pro-Bowl (99, 00, 01) | 2x All-Pro (99, 01) | 1999 and 2001 MVP | 1999 Bert Bell | 1999 Super Bowl Champion | 2001 NFC Champion | Hall of Fame Class 2017


This was a hard pick for me. The Rams have had a few great quarterbacks in their history, three of which are Hall of Famers. I was hesitant at first to go with Kurt Warner. He only spent six seasons with the Rams and was only the main starter for three seasons, but those three seasons were so dominant that I had to go with him. From 1999-2001, Warner led the league in completions once, completion percentage three times, yards once, touchdowns twice, yards per attempt three times, yards per game two times and quarterback rating twice. He was named to the Pro-Bowl all three years and the All-Pro Team in both 1999 and 2001. Warner was also named the MVP in both 1999 and 2001, both seasons in which he led the Rams to the Super Bowl. He won the Super Bowl in 1999 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017. Everyone's heard the story, but it's worth repeating that this career almost didn't happen. He was cut by the packers coming out of college and spent time in both the Arena League and NFL Europe, as well as stocking shelves at a grocery store before the Rams finally signed him. Then he only became the starter because Trent Green got hurt. It's one of the best stories in all of professional sports. Bob Waterfield and Norm Van Brocklin were great with the Rams and are both in the Hall of Fame as well, but I think Warner gets the edge over both of them.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Parker Hall (1939-1942) | Record: 16-26-2 | 45.6 Cmp% | 4,013 Yds | 30 TD | 67 Int | 1,052 Rush Yds | 6 Rush TD | Led League in Cmp 1939 (106) | Led League in Cmp% 1939 (51%) | 1x Pro-Bowl (39) | 1x All-Pro (39) | 1939 MVP

  2. Bob Waterfield (1945-1952) | Record: 61-28-4 | 50.3 Cmp% | 11,849 Yds | 97 TD | 128 Int | 21 Rush Yds | 13 Rush TD | Led League in Cmp 1946 (127) | Led League in Cmp% 1950 (57.3%) | Led League in TD 1945 and 1946 (14, 17) | Led League in Yds/A 1945 and 1951 (9.4, 8.9) | Led League in QB Rating 1951 (81.8) | 2x Pro-Bowl (50, 51) | 3x All-Pro (45, 46, 49) | 1945 MVP | 1945 and 1951 NFL Champion | 1949 and 1950 NFL Championship Appearance | Hall of Fame All-1940s Team | Hall of Fame Class 1965

  3. Norm Van Brocklin (1949-1957) | Record: 42-20-3 | 53.3 Cmp% | 16,114 Yds | 118 TD | 127 Int | 35 Rush Yds | 8 Rush TD | Led League in Cmp% 1952 (55.1%) | Led League in Yds 1954 (2,637) | Led League in Yds/A 1950, 1951, 1952 and 1954 (8.8, 8.9, 8.5, 10.1) | Led League in Rate 1950 (85.1) | 6x Pro-Bowl (50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55) | 1951 NFL Champion | 1949, 1950 and 1955 NFL Championship Appearance | Hall of Fame All-1950s Team | Hall of Fame Class 1971

  4. Billy Wade (1954-1960) | Record: 13-23 | 54 Cmp% | 8,572 Yds | 56 TD | 68 Int | 687 Rush Yds | 10 Rush TD | Led League in Cmp% 1959 (58.6%) | Led League in Yds 1958 (2,875) | Led League in Yds/G 1958 (239.6) | 1x Pro-Bowl (58)

  5. Roman Gabriel (1962-1972) | Record: 74-39-6 | 51.5 Cmp% | 22,223 Yds | 154 TD | 112 Int | 1,146 Rush Yds | 28 Rush TD | 3x Pro-Bowl (67, 68, 69) | 1x All-Pro (69) | 1969 MVP | 1969 Bert Bell

  6. James Harris (1973-1976) | Record: 21-6 | 55.4 Cmp% | 5,220 Yds | 33 TD | 27 Int | 262 Rush Yds | 8 Rush TD | 1x Pro-Bowl (74)

  7. Vic Ferragamo (1977-1984) | Record: 26-18 | 56.7 Cmp% | 9,376 Yds | 70 TD | 71 Int | 1979 NFC Champion

  8. Pat Haden (1976-1981) | Record: 35-19-1 | 53.6 Cmp% | 9,269 Yds | 60 TD | 68 Int | 609 Rush Yds | 6 Rush TD | 1x Pro-Bowl (77)

  9. Jim Everett (1986-1993) | Record: 46-59 | 56.4 Cmp% | 23,758 Yds | 142 TD | 123 Int | 510 Rush Yds | 4 Rush TD | Led League in TD 1988 and 1989 (31, 29) | 1x Pro-Bowl (90)

  10. Marc Bulger (2002-2009) | Record: 41-54 | 62.1 Cmp% | 22,814 Yds | 122 TD | 93 Int | 300 Rush Yds | 8 Rush TD | Led League in Yds/G 2005 (287.1) | 2x Pro-Bowl (03, 06)

  11. Jared Goff (2016-2020) | Record: 42-27 | 63.4 Cmp% | 18,171 Yds | 107 TD | 55 Int | 314 Rush Yds | 10 Rush TD | 2x Pro-Bowl (17, 18) | 2018 NFC Champion

  12. Matthew Stafford (2021-Present) | Record: 12-5 | 67.2 Cmp% | 4,886 Yds | 41 TD | 17 Int | 2021 Super Bowl Champion


RB: Marshall Faulk (1999-2005)

4.8 Yds/A | 6,959 Yds | 58 TD | 470 Rec | 4,071 Rec Yds | 27 Rec TD | Led League in TD 2000 (18) | Led League in Yds/A 1999, 2000 and 2001 (5.5, 5.4, 5.3) | Led League in Yds/G 2001 (98.7) | Led League in YScm 1999 (2,429) | Led League in RRTD 2000 and 2001 (26, 21) | 4x Pro-Bowl (99, 00, 01, 02) | 3x All-Pro (99, 00, 01) | 2000 MVP | 1999, 2000 and 2001 Offensive Player of the Year | 2001 Bert Bell | Hall of Fame Class 2011

First up at running back is maybe the best dual threat back of all time, Marshall Faulk. Faulk had three straight seasons of at least 1,300 yards rushing and 2,100 yards from scrimmage from 1999-2001. During these three seasons he also led the league in touchdowns once, yards per attempt three times, yards per game once, yards from scrimmage once and combined rushing and receiving touchdowns twice. His 1999 season is one of the greatest ever by a running back. He became just the second running back ever to record over 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in the same season and his 2,429 yards from scrimmage were the most ever at the time. Faulk was named to the Pro-Bowl four straight seasons from 1999-2002 and three straight All-Pro Teams from 1999-2001. He was also named the 2000 MVP as well as the Offensive Player of the Year in 1999, 2000 and 2001. Faulk was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011.


RB: Eric Dickerson (1983-1987)

4.8 Yds/A | 7,245 Yds | 56 TD | 123 Rec | 912 Rec Yds | 2 Rec TD | Led League in Yds 1983, 1984 and 1986 (1,808, 2,105, 1,821) | Led League in TD 1984 (14) | Led League in Yds/G 1983, 1984, 1986 and 1987 (113, 131.6, 113.8, 107.3) | Led League in YScm 1983, 1984 and 1986 (2,272, 2,244, 2,026) | 4x Pro-Bowl (83, 84, 86, 87) | 4x All-Pro (83, 84, 86, 87) | 1983 Offensive Rookie of the Year | 1986 Offensive Player of the Year | Hall of Fame All-1980s Team | Hall of Fame Class 1999

Making arguably the best running back duo of all the all-time teams is the great Eric Dickerson. Dickerson only spent four full seasons with the rams, but in that span, he led the league in yards three times, touchdowns once, yards per game four times and yards from scrimmage three times. His 2,105 yards rushing in 1984 is still the all-time record. He was voted to the Pro-Bowl four times and the All-Pro Team four times as well. Dickerson was named the 1983 Offensive Rookie of the Year and the 1986 Offensive Player of the Year and was named to the Hall of Fame All-1980s Team. Dickerson was inducted into the Hall of fame in 1999. Steven Jackson is the franchise leader in rushing and is severely underrated and Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis spent his first three seasons with the Rams as well.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Johnny Drake (1937-1941) | 3.2 Yds/A | 1,700 Yds | 24 TD | 41 Rec | 530 Rec Yds | 3 Rec TD | Led League in TD 1939 and 1940 (9, 9) | Led League in RRTD 1940 (9) | 3x Pro-Bowl (38, 39, 40) | 1x All-Pro (40)

  2. Dick Hoerner (1947-1951) | 4.5 Yds/A | 2,010 Yds | 28 TD | 70 Rec | 1,008 Rec Yds | 4 Rec TD | 1x Pro-Bowl (50)

  3. Tank Younger (1949-1957) | 4.8 Yds/A | 3,296 Yds | 31 TD | 84 Rec | 979 Rec Yds | 1 Rec TD | Led League in Yds/A 1954 (6.7) | Led League in Yds/G 1955 (80.5) | 4x Pro-Bowl (51, 52, 53, 55) | 1x All-Pro (51)

  4. Dan Towler (1950-1955) | 5.2 Yds/A | 3,493 Yds | 43 TD | 62 Rec | 665 Rec Yds | 1 Rec TD | Led League in Yds 1952 (894) | Led League in TD 1952 and 1954 (10, 11) | Led League in Yds/G 1952 (74.5) | 4x Pro-Bowl (51, 52, 53, 54) | 1x All-Pro (52)

  5. Skeets Quinlan (1952-1956) | 5.9 Yds/A | 1,510 Yds | 9 TD | 71 Rec | 1,118 Rec Yds | 6 Rec TD | Led League in Yds/A 1953 (7.3) | 1x Pro-Bowl (54)

  6. Tommy Wilson (1956-1961) | 5.5 Yds/A | 2,130 Yds | 13 TD | 46 Rec | 459 Rec Yds | 5 Rec TD | 1x Pro-Bowl (57)

  7. Jon Arnett (1957-1963) | 4.2 Yds/A | 2,892 Yds | 19 TD | 175 Rec | 1,911 Yds | 8 Rec TD | 5x Pro-Bowl (57, 58, 59, 60, 61) | 1x All-Pro (58)

  8. Dick Bass (1960-1969) | 4.4 Yds/A | 5,417 Yds | 34 TD | 204 Rec | 1,841 Rec Yds | 7 Rec TD | 3x Pro-Bowl (62, 63, 66)

  9. Les Josephson (1964-1974) | 4.3 Yds/A | 3,407 Yds | 17 TD | 194 Rec | 1,970 Rec Yds | 11 Rec TD | 1x Pro-Bowl (67)

  10. Willie Ellison (1967-1972) | 4.4 Yds/A | 2,901 Yds | 20 TD | 90 Rec | 760 Rec Yds | 6 Rec TD | 1x Pro-Bowl (71)

  11. Jim Bertelsen (1972-1976) | 4.0 Yds/A | 2,466 Yds | 16 TD | 88 Rec | 1,014 Rec Yds | 2 Rec TD | 1x Pro-Bowl (73)

  12. Lawrence McCutcheon (1972-1979) | 4.3 Yds/A | 6,186 Yds | 23 TD | 184 Rec | 1,683 Rec Yds | 12 Rec TD | 5x Pro-Bowl (73, 74, 75, 76, 77)

  13. Wendell Tyler (1977-1982) | 4.5 Yds/A | 3,266 Yds | 33 TD | 120 Rec | 1,147 Rec Yds | 10 Rec TD | Led League in Yds/A 1979 (5.1)

  14. Charles White (1985-1988) | 4.2 Yds/A | 2,133 Yds | 14 TD | 31 Rec | 176 Rec Yds | Led League in Yds 1987 (1,374) | Led League in TD 1987 (11) | 1x Pro-Bowl (87) | 1x All-Pro (87) | 1987 Comeback Player of the Year

  15. Jerome Bettis (1993-1995) | 3.9 Yds/A | 3,091 Yds | 13 TD | 75 Rec | 643 Rec Yds | 1 Rec TD | 2x Pro-Bowl (93, 94) | 1x All-Pro (93) | 1993 Offensive Rookie of the Year | Hall of Fame Class 2015

  16. Steven Jackson (2004-2012) | 4.2 Yds/A | 10,138 Yds | 56 TD | 407 Rec | 3,324 Rec Yds | 8 Rec TD | Led League in YScm 2006 (2,334) | 3x Pro-Bowl (06, 09, 10)

  17. Todd Gurley (2015-2019) | 4.3 Yds/A | 5,404 Yds | 58 TD | 218 Rec | 2,090 Rec Yds | 12 Rec TD | Led League in TD 2017 and 2018 (13, 17) | Led League in YScm 2017 (2,093) | Led League in RRTD 2017 and 2018 (19, 21) | 3x Pro-Bowl (15, 17, 18) | 2x All-Pro (17, 18) | 2015 Offensive Rookie of the Year | 2017 Offensive Player of the Year


WR: Isaac Bruce (1994-2007)

942 Rec | 14,109 Yds | 84 TD | Led League in Yds 1996 (1,338) | 4x Pro-Bowl (96, 99, 00, 01) | Hall of Fame Class 2020


First up at wide receiver is the great Isaac Bruce. Bruce spent 14 seasons with the Rams, going over 1,000 yards eight times and double-digit touchdowns twice. He is the franchise leader in yards and touchdowns and was a key member of the 1999 Super Bowl winning team. He led the league yards in 1996 and was named to the Pro-Bowl in 1996, 1999, 2000 and 2001. At retirement in 2009, Bruce ranked second all-time in receiving yards and currently ranks fifth. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2020.

WR: Torry Holt (1999-2008)

869 Rec | 12,660 Yds | 74 TD | Led League in Rec 2003 (117) | Led League in Yds 2000 and 2003 (1,635, 1,696) | Led League in Yds/Rec 2000 (19.9) | Led League in Yds/G 2003 (106) | Led League in Yds/Tch 2003 (14.4) | 7x Pro-Bowl (00, 01, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07) | 1x All-Pro (03) | Hall of Fame All-2000s Team


Next up at wide receiver is Isaac Bruce's long-time teammate, Torry Holt. I'll be honest, both Bruce and Holt are more than worthy of the Hall of Fame, but I would have actually inducted Holt before Bruce, but that's just me. Holt spent 10 seasons with the Rams from 1999-2008 where he went over 1,000 yards eight straight times. Holt also had at least 10 touchdowns three different seasons. He led the league in receptions once, yards twice, yards per reception once, yards per game once and yards per touch once as well. Holt was named to seven Pro-Bowls and the 2003 All-Pro Team. He was also named to the Hall of Fame All-2000s Team. Holt will one day be inducted into the Hall of Fame, it's just a matter of when.


WR: Elroy Hirsch (1949-1957)

343 Rec | 6,299 Yds | 53 TD | Led League in Rec 1951 (66) | Led League in Yds 1951 (1,495) | Led League in Yds/Rec 1951 and 1952 (22.7, 23.6) | Led League in TD 1951 (17) | Led League in Yds/G 1951 (124.6) | Led League in RRTD 1951 (17) | Led League in YScm 1951 (1,498) | 3x Pro-Bowl (51, 52, 53) | 2x All-Pro (51, 53) | Hall of Fame All-1950s Team | Hall of Fame Class 1968


Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch rounds out this great trio of receivers. Hirsch had an insane season in 1951, where he led the league in receptions, yards, yards per reception, touchdowns, yards per game, combined rushing and receiving touchdowns, and yards from scrimmage. Outside of that season, Hirsch was very productive for eight other seasons. At retirement Hirsch ranked third in receptions, second in yards and fourth in touchdowns in NFL history. He was named to three Pro-Bowls, two All-Pro Teams and the Hall of Fame All-1950s Team. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1968. Tom Fears is another great receiver for the Rams and is a close second for this spot.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Jim Benton (1938-1947) | 275 Rec | 4,566 Yds | 42 TD | Led League in Rec 1946 (63) | Led League in Yds 1945 and 1946 (1,067, 981) | Led League in Yds/Rec 1938 (19.9) | Led League in Yds/G 1945 and 1946 (118.6, 89.2) | 1x Pro-Bowl (39) | 2x All-Pro (45, 46) | Hall of Fame All-1940s Team

  2. Tom Fears (1948-1956) | 400 Rec | 5,397 Yds | 38 TD | Led League in Rec 1948, 1949 and 1950 (51, 77, 84) | Led League in Yds 1950 (1,116) | Led League in TD 1949 (9) | Led League in Yds/G 1950 (93) | Led League in YScm 1950 (1,116) | Led League in Yds/Tch 1949 and 1950 (12.9, 13.3) | 1x Pro-Bowl (50) | 1x All-Pro (50) | Hall of Fame All-1950s Team | Hall of Fame Class 1970

  3. Bob Boyd (1950-1957) | 176 Rec | 3,611 Yds | 28 TD | Led League in Yds 1954 (1,212) | Led League in Yds/Rec 1953 (22.8) | Led League in Yds/G 1954 (101) | 1x Pro-Bowl (54) | 1x All-Pro (54)

  4. Del Shofner (1957-1960) | 110 Rec | 2,155 Yds | 16 TD | Led League in Yds 1958 (1,097) | Led League in Yds/G 1958 (91.4) | 2x Pro-Bowl (58, 59) | 2x All-Pro (58, 59)

  5. Jack Snow (1965-1975) | 340 Rec | 6,012 Yds | 45 TD | Led League in Yds/Rec 1967 (26.3) | 1x Pro-Bowl (67)

  6. Harold Jackson (1968, 1973-1977) | 200 Rec | 3,591 Yds | 36 TD | Led League in TD 1973 (13) | 3x Pro-Bowl (73, 75, 77) | 1x All-Pro (73)

  7. Ron Jessie (1975-1979) | 144 Rec | 2,386 Yds | 15 TD | 1x Pro-Bowl (76)

  8. Henry Ellard (1983-1993) | 593 Rec | 9,761 Yds | 48 TD | Led League in Yds 1988 (1,414) | Led League in Yds/G 1988 and 1989 (88.4, 98.7) | 3x Pro-Bowl (84, 88, 89) | 2x All-Pro (84, 88)

  9. Flipper Anderson (1988-1994) | 259 Rec | 5,246 Yds | 26 TD | Led League in Yds/Rec 1989 and 1990 (26, 21.5)

  10. Cooper Kupp (2017-Present) | 433 Rec | 5,517 Yds | 40 TD | Led League in Rec 2021 (145) | Led League in Yds 2021 (1,947) | Led League in TD 2021 (16) | 1x Pro-Bowl (21) | 1x All-Pro (21) | 2021 Offensive Player of the Year


TE: Red Phillips (1958-1964)

333 Rec | 4,935 Yds | 27 TD | Led League in Rec 1961 (78) | 3x Pro-Bowl (60, 61, 62) | 1x All-Pro (61)


For a team with such a rich and long history as the Rams, I was very surprised to see how thin they are at the tight end position. Red Phillips may be a little bit of a cheat here as he spent more seasons as an end and flanker than tight end, but one of his Pro-Bowl seasons was a tight end. This combined with the fact that the Rams are so thin at the position is why I'm going with him here. Phillips led the league in receptions in 1961 with 78 catches and was named to three straight Pro-Bowls from 1960-1962, as well as the 1961 All-Pro Team.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Billy Truax (1964-1970) | 180 Rec | 2,177 Yds | 16 TD

  2. Tyler Higbee (2016-Present) | 234 Rec | 2,487 Yds | 17 TD


OT: Orlando Pace (1997-2008)

Started 154 of 158 Games | 7x Pro-Bowl (99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05) | 3x All-Pro (99, 01, 03) | Hall of Fame All-2000s Team | Hall of Fame Class 2016


Orlando Pace is first up on the offensive line. He started over 150 games with the Rams, including starting every game in seven seasons. He was voted to seven straight Pro-Bowls from 1999-2005, as well as the All-Pro Team in 1999, 2001 and 2003. Pace was named to the Hall of Fame All-2000s Team and inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016.


OT: Jackie Slater (1976-1995)

Started 211 of 259 Games | 7x Pro-Bowl (83, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90) | Hall of Fame Class 2001


Next up is fellow Hall of Famer Jackie Slater. Slater started 211 games with the Rams and suited up in almost 260. Slater was a member of the Rams for an absurd 20 seasons from 1976-1995 and started every game of the season nine times. He was named to the Pro-Bowl seven times and inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2001.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Chet Adams (1939-1942) | Started 38 of 42 Games | 2x Pro-Bowl (41, 42)

  2. Dick Huffman (1947-1950) | Started 46 of 47 Games | 1x Pro-Bowl (50) | 3x All-Pro (47, 48, 49)

  3. Frank Varrichione (1961-1965) | Started 53 of 61 | 1x Pro-Bowl (62)

  4. Charlie Cowan (1961-1975) | Started 186 of 206 Games | 3x Pro-Bowl (68, 69, 70)

  5. Joe Carollo (1962-1968) | Started 90 of 108 Games | 1x Pro-Bowl (68)

  6. Bob Brown (1969-1970) | Started 28 of 28 Games | 2x Pro-Bowl (69, 70) | 2x All-Pro (69, 70) | Hall of Fame All-1960s Team | Hall of Fame Class 2004

  7. John Williams (1972-1979) | Started 94 of 111

  8. Doug France (1975-1981) | Started 74 of 97 Games | 2x Pro-Bowl (77, 78)

  9. Irv Pankey (1980-1990) | Started 117 of 144 Games

  10. Andrew Whitworth (2017-Present) | Started 71 of 71 Games | 1x Pro-Bowl (17) | 1x All-Pro (17) | 2021 Walter Payton Man of the Year


OG: Tom Mack (1966-1978)

Started 176 of 184 Games | 11x Pro-Bowl (67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 77, 78) | 1x All-Pro (69) | Hall of Fame Class 1999


Tom Mack is first up at offensive guard for the Rams. He started just under 180 games with the Rams from 1966-1978, including starting every game in 10 different seasons. Mack was voted to 11 different Pro-Bowl teams, as well as the 1969 All-Pro Team. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1999.

OG: Dennis Harrah (1975-1987)

Started 144 of 168 Games | 6x Pro-Bowl (78, 79, 80, 85, 86, 87) | 1x All-Pro (86)


The other offensive guard is Dennis Harrah. Harrah should have probably already joined the other Rams in the Hall of Fame, but he seems to have been forgotten in NFL history. He started 144 games with the Rams and was voted to six Pro-Bowls and the 1986 All-Pro Team. He's a borderline Hall of Famer and helps make this one of the best All-Time Team offensive lines.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Riley Matheson (1939-1942, 1944-1947) | Started 49 of 73 Games | 5x All-Pro (42, 44, 45, 46, 47)

  2. Duane Putnam (1952-1959, 1962) | Started 80 of 85 Games | 5x Pro-Bowl (54, 55, 56, 57, 58) | 3x All-Pro (55, 57, 58)

  3. Joe Scibelli (1961-1975) | Started 193 of 202 Games | 1x Pro-Bowl (68)

  4. Kent Hill (1979-1986) | Started 95 of 107 Games | 5x Pro-Bowl (80, 82, 83, 84, 85)

  5. Tom Newberry (1986-1994) | Started 128 of 131 Games | 2x Pro-Bowl (88, 89) | 2x All-Pro (88, 89)

  6. Adam Timmerman (1999-2006) | Started 124 of 126 Games | 1x Pro-Bowl (01)

  7. Roger Saffold (2010-2018) | Started 111 of 114 Games


C: Doug Smith (1978-1991)

Started 160 of 187 Games | 6x Pro-Bowl (84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89)


Doug Smith rounds out the offensive line for the All-Time Rams. Smith started every game in seven of his 14 seasons with the Rams and was voted to six straight Pro-Bowls from 1984-1989. Rich Saul is a very close second for this spot, as he made six Pro-Bowls as well.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Leon McLaughlin (1951-1955) | Started 60 of 60 Games | 1x Pro-Bowl (54)

  2. Ken Iman (1965-1974) | Started 140 of 140 Games

  3. Rich Saul (1970-1981) | Started 106 of 176 Games | 6x Pro-Bowl (76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81)

  4. Bern Brostek (1990-1997) | Started 85 of 105 Games

  5. Andy McCollum (1999-2007) | Started 109 of 128 Games


DE: Deacon Jones (1961-1971)

2 Int | 12 FR | 159.5 Sk | Led League in Sk 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968 and 1969 (22, 19, 21.5, 22, 15) | 7x Pro-Bowl (64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70) | 5x All-Pro (65, 66, 67, 68, 69) | Hall of Fame All-1960s Team | Hall of Fame Class 1980


No surprise here. The man who coined the term sack itself, Deacon Jones, is first up at defensive end. He may be the best pass rusher to ever live, as he had at least 12 sacks in eight different seasons and at least 20 sacks in three different seasons. Jones led the league in sacks five different times, which is unprecedented. Since sacks were officially counted until 1982, his dominance is somewhat overlooked. When he retired in 1973, he had more sacks than anyone in NFL history and currently ranks third. Again, this is unofficial, but pro-football-reference is a reliable source and it's past time the NFL starts acknowledging sacks prior to 1982. Jones was voted to seven Pro-Bowls, five All-Pro Teams and the Hall of Fame All-1960s Team. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1980.


DE: Jack Youngblood (1971-1984)

10 FR | 151.5 Sk | Led League in Sk 1974 and 1979 (15, 18) | 7x Pro-Bowl (73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79) | 5x All-Pro (74, 75, 76, 78, 79) | Hall of Fame All-1970s Team | Hall of Fame Class 2001


The other defensive end for the All-Time Rams is fellow Hall of Famer Jack Youngblood. Youngblood filled in for Deacon Jones and proceeded to league the league in sacks twice himself. He had double digit sacks in eight different seasons and was named to seven straight Pro-Bowls from 1973-1979, as well as five different All-Pro Teams. Youngblood was also named to the Hall of Fame All-1970s Team and inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2001.

Honorable Mentions

  1. Larry Brink (1948-1953) | 1 Int | 6 FR | 2x Pro-Bowl (50, 51) | 1x All-Pro (51)

  2. Andy Robustelli (1951-1955) | 2 Int | 13 FR | 2x Pro-Bowl (53, 55) | 2x All-Pro (53, 55) | Hall of Fame Class 1971

  3. Lamar Lundy (1957-1969) | 3 Int | 10 FR | 60.5 Sk | 1x Pro-Bowl (59)

  4. Coy Bacon (1968-1972) | 1 Int | 3 FR | 41.5 Sk | 1x Pro-Bowl (72)

  5. Fred Dryer (1972-1981) | 1 Int | 14 FR | 74 Sk | Led League in Sk 1974 (15) | 1x Pro-Bowl (75)

  6. Kevin Carter (1995-2000) | 14 FF | 8 FR | 62.5 Sk | 271 Tackles | 27 TFL | Led League in 1996 (5) | Led League in Sk 1999 (17) | 1x Pro-Bowl (99) | 1x All-Pro (99)

  7. Leonard Little (1998-2008) | 2 Int | 31 FF | 9 FR | 87.5 Sk | 390 Tackles | 89 TFL | Led League in FF 2002 and 2003 (9, 6) | 1x Pro-Bowl (03) | 1x All-Pro (03)

  8. Robert Quinn (2011-2017) | 21 FF | 2 FR | 62.5 Sk | 218 Tackles | 68 TFL | Led League in FF 2014 (5) | Led League in TFL 2013 (23) | 2x Pro-Bowl (13, 14) | 1x All-Pro (13)


DT: Merlin Olsen (1962-1976)

1 Int | 9 FR | 91 Sk | 14x Pro-Bowl (62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75) | 5x All-Pro (66, 67, 68, 69, 70) | Hall of Fame All-1960s Team | Hall of Fame All-1970s Team | Hall of Fame Class 1982


The first defensive tackle for the All-Time Rams is maybe the best to ever play the position, Merlin Olsen. Olsen spent 15 seasons with the Rams, starting 208 straight games and was named to 14 straight Pro-Bowls from 1962-1975. Only Tom Brady has been voted to more Pro-Bowls than Olsen. He was also named to five straight All-Pro Teams from 1966-1970 and named to both Hall of Fame All-1960s and All-1970s Team. He was immortalized in Canton in 1982. Oh, he also was an accomplished actor and starred in Little House on the Prairie for four seasons.

DT: Aaron Donald (2014-Present)

23 FF | 6 FR | 98 Sk | 441 Tackles | 150 TFL | Led League in Sk 2018 (20.5) | Led League in TFL 2018 and 2019 (25, 20) | 8x Pro-Bowl (14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21) | 7x All-Pro (15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21) | 2014 Defensive Rookie of the Year | 2017, 2018 and 2020 Defensive Player of the Year | Hall of Fame 2010s Team


Rounding out probably the best defensive line of all the All-Time Teams is Aaron Donald. Donald has been the best defender in the NFL since he entered the league in 2014. He's had at least 11 sacks in six different seasons, including leading the league in 2018 with 20.5. Donald also led the league in tackles for loss in both 2018 and 2019. He's already been voted to eight Pro-Bowls and seven All-Pro Teams. Most impressively, he's already been named the Defensive Player of the Year three different times, as well as being named Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2014. Donald was named to the Hall of Fame All-2010s Team and will surely be a first ballot Hall of Famer.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Stan West (1950-1954) | 2 Int | 1 FR | 2x Pro-Bowl (51, 52) | 1x All-Pro (52)

  2. Bud McFadin (1952-1956) | 1 Int | 4 FR | 2x Pro-Bowl (55, 56)

  3. Larry Brooks (1972-1982) | 4 FR | 74.5 Sk | 5x Pro-Bowl (76, 77, 78, 79, 80) | 1x All-Pro (79)

  4. Cody Jones (1974-1982) | 2 FR | 25 Sk | 1x Pro-Bowl (78)

  5. Sean Gilbert (1992-1995) | 5 FF | 2 FR | 24 Sk | 215 Tackles | 1x Pro-Bowl (93)

  6. Michael Brockers (2012-2020) | 2 FF | 1 FR | 28 Sk | 395 Tackles | 48 TFL


LB: Les Richter (1954-1962)

16 Int | 12 FR | 2.5 Sk | 8x Pro-Bowl (54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61) | 1x All-Pro (56) | Hall of Fame Class 2011


Now onto the linebackers. First up is Les Richter. Richter spent nine seasons with the Rams, intercepting 16 passes and recovering 12 fumbles. He was voted to eight straight Pro-Bowls from 1954-1961 and the 1956 All-Pro Team. Richter was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011.


LB: Kevin Greene (1985-1992)

2 Int | 13 FF | 11 FF | 72.5 Sk | 375 Tackles | 1x Pro-Bowl (89) | Hall of Fame All-1990s Team | Hall of Fame Class 2016


Next up at linebacker is the great Kevin Greene. Greene is one of the best pass rushers in NFL history. Greene had four seasons of at least 10 sacks with the Rams, including a career high 16.5 in both 1988 and 1989. He was voted to his lone Pro-Bowl with the Rams in 1989 and named to the Hall of Fame All-1990s Team. Greene has the fourth most sacks in NFL history and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016.


LB: Isiah Robertson (1971-1978)

18 Int | 11 FR | 19.5 Sk | 6x Pro-Bowl (71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77) | 1x All-Pro (73, 76) | 1971 Defensive Rookie of the Year


The last starting linebacker I'm going with is Isiah Robertson. Robertson spent eight seasons with the Rams from 1971-1978, where he racked up 18 interceptions and 19.5 sacks. Robertson was voted to six Pro-Bowls and one All-Pro Team. He was also named the Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1971.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Don Paul (1948-1955) | 11 Int | 6 FR | 3x Pro-Bowl (51, 52, 53) | 1x All-Pro (53)

  2. Jack Pardee (1957-1970) | 17 Int | 14 FR | 18.5 Sk | 1x Pro-Bowl (63) | 1x All-Pro (63)

  3. Maxie Baughan (1966-1970) | 11 Int | 5 FR | 6 Sk | 4x Pro-Bowl (66, 67, 68, 69) | 1x All-Pro (69)

  4. Jack Reynolds (1970-1980) | 4 Int | 13 FR | 3.5 Sk | 2x Pro-Bowl (75, 80)

  5. Jim Youngblood (1973-1984) | 14 Int | 4 FR | 15.5 Sk | 1x Pro-Bowl (79)

  6. Carl Ekern (1976-1988) | 5 Int | 5 FR | 2 Sk | 1x Pro-Bowl (86)

  7. Jim Collins (1981-1988) | 6 Int | 6 FR | 4.5 Sk | 1x Pro-Bowl (85)

  8. Mel Owens (1981-1989) | 4 Int | 9 FR | 26.5 Sk

  9. Mike Wilcher (1983-1990) | 4 Int | 6 FR | 38.5 Sk

  10. Roman Phifer (1991-1998) | 7 Int | 3 FF | 4 FR | 16.5 Sk | 696 Tackles

  11. James Laurinatis (2009-2015) | 10 Int | 1 FF | 8 FR | 16.5 Sk | 854 Tackles | 49 TFL | Led League in Solo Tackles 2012 (117)


CB: LeRoy Irvin (1980-1989)

34 Int | 13 FR | 2.5 Sk | 2x Pro-Bowl (85, 86) | 2x All-Pro (81, 86)


First up at cornerback is LeRoy Irvin. Irvin had multiple interceptions in all but one season with the Rams on his way to amassing 34 for his career. He had a career high six interceptions in both 1985 and 1986 and was voted to the Pro-Bowl in both of those seasons as well. Irvin was also named to the All-Pro Team in 1981 and 1986.


CB: Jerry Gray (1985-1991)

22 Int | 6 FR | 4x Pro-Bowl (86, 87, 88, 89)


Jerry Gray will man down the other cornerback position. Gray spent seven seasons with the Rams from 1985-1991, intercepting 22 passes and recovering six fumbles. Gray had a career high eight interceptions in 1986 and was voted to four straight Pro-Bowls from 1986-1989.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Clancy Williams (1965-1972) | 28 Int | 7 FR

  2. Rod Perry (1975-1982) | 28 Int | 5 FR | 1 Sk | 2x Pro-Bowl (78, 80)

  3. Monte Jackson (1975-1977, 1983) | 17 Int | 1 FR | Led League in Int 1976 (10) | 2x Pro-Bowl (76, 77) | 1x All-Pro (76)

  4. Pat Thomas (1976-1982) | 26 Int | 7 FR | 1 Sk | 2x Pro-Bowl (78, 80) | 1x All-Pro (80)

  5. Jerry Gray (1985-1991) | 22 Int | 6 FR | 4x Pro-Bowl (86, 87, 88, 89)

  6. Todd Lyght (1991-2000) | 31 Int | 6 FF | 5 FR | 6 Sk | 677 Tackles | 4 TFL | 1x Pro-Bowl (99)

  7. Aeneas Williams (2001-2004) | 9 Int | 4 FF | 9 FR | 1 Sk | 225 Tackles | 3 TFL | 2x Pro-Bowl (01, 03) | 1x All-Pro (01) | Hall of Fame Class 2014

  8. Jalen Ramsey (2019-Present) | 6 Int | 2 FF | 1 FR | 121 Tackles | 11 TFL | 3x Pro-Bowl (19, 20, 21) | 2x All-Pro (20, 21)


S: Nolan Cromwell (1977-1987)

37 Int | 19 FR | 2 Sk | 4x Pro-Bowl (80, 81, 82, 83) | 3x All-Pro (80, 81, 82) | Hall of Fame All-1980s Team


Nolan Cromwell is first up at safety and he's a borderline Hall of Famer himself. He intercepted 37 passes during his 11 seasons with the Rams, including a career high eight interceptions in 1980. Cromwell was voted to four straight Pro-Bowls from 1980-1983 and three straight All-Pro Teams from 1980-1982. He's second in franchise history and was named to the Hall of Fame All-1980s Team. Cromwell is worthy of the Hall of Fame, but it remains to be seen if he will ever be inducted.


S: Eddie Meador (1959-1970)

46 Int | 22 FR | 6x Pro-Bowl (60, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68) | 2x All-Pro (68, 69) | Hall of Fame All-1960s Team


The other starting safety, Eddie Meador, may have a better case for the Hall of Fame than Cromwell. Meador had at least one interception in all 11 seasons and intercepted at least five passes in five different seasons. His 46 interceptions are by far the most in franchise history. Meador was voted to six Pro-Bowls, two All-Pro Teams and the Hall of Fame All-1960s Team. I'm not sure why he seems to have been overlooked by Hall of Fame voters.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Woodley Lewis (1950-1955) | 23 Int | 5 FR | 1x Pro-Bowl (50)

  2. Will Sherman (1954-1960) | 28 Int | 2 FR | Led League in Int 1955 (11) | 2x Pro-Bowl (55, 58) | 1x All-Pro (55)

  3. Dave Elmendorf (1971-1979) | 27 Int | 11 FR | 5 Sk

  4. Johnnie Johnson (1980-1989) | 21 Int | 22 FR | 7 Sk

  5. Vince Newsome (1983-1990) | 12 Int | 6 FR | 2 Sk

  6. Anthony Newman (1988-1994) | 11 Int | 7 FR | 1 Sk | 310 Tackles

  7. Keith Lyte (1994-2000) | 28 Int | 6 FF | 1 FR | 4 Sk | 464 Tackles | Led League in Int 1996 (9)


K: Jeff Wilkins (1997-2007)

80.8 FG% | 57 Long | 1,223 Points | Led League in Points 2003 (163) | Led League in FGM 2003 and 2005 (39, 32) | Led League in FG% 2000 (100%) | 1x Pro-Bowl (03)


The All-Time Rams kicker is Jeff Wilkins. Wilkins is the franchise leader in points and made over 80% of his career field goal attempts. Wilkins led the league in points in 2003, field goals made in 2003 and 2005 and field goal percentage in 2000. He was voted to his lone Pro-Bowl in 2003.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Bob Waterfield (1945-1952) | 54.5 FG% | 47 Long | 573 Points | Led League in FGM 1947, 1949 and 1952 (7, 9, 13) | 2x Pro-Bowl (50, 51) | 3x All-Pro (45, 46, 49) | Hall of Fame All-1940s Team | 1945 MVP | Hall of Fame Class 1965

  2. Bruce Gossett (1964-1969) | 58 FG% | 49 Long | 571 Points | Led League in Points 1966 (113) | Led League in FGM 1966 (28) | Led League in FG% 1964 (75%) | 2x Pro-Bowl (66, 68)

  3. Mike Lansford (1982-1990) | 72.8 FG% | 52 Long | 789 Points

  4. Greg Zuerlein (2012-2019) | 82 FG% | 61 Long | 867 Points | Led League in Points 2017 (158) | Led League in Long 2015 (61) | 1x Pro-Bowl (17) | 1x All-Pro (17)


P: Johnny Hekker (2012-Present)

33,951 Punt Yds | 78 Long | 46.7 Yds/Punt | Led League in Yds 2015 and 2016 (4,601, 4,680) | Led League in Long 2016 (78) | Led League in Yds/Punt 2015 (47.9) | 4x Pro-Bowl (13, 15, 16, 17) | 4x All-Pro (13, 15, 16, 17) | Hall of Fame All-2000s Team


The Rams current punter is also their best punter ever. He's averaged just under 47 yards per punt and led the league in the category in 2015. Hekker also led the league in punt yards in 2015 and 2016 and had the longest punt in 2016. He was voted to four Pro-Bowls and four All-Pro Teams, as well as the Hall of Fame All-2000s Team.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Bob Waterfield (1945-1952) | 13,367 Punt Yds | 88 Long | 42.4 Yds/Punt | Led League in Long 1947 and 1948 (86, 88) | 2x Pro-Bowl (50, 51) | 3x All-Pro (45, 46, 49) | 1945 MVP | Hall of Fame All-1940s Team | Hall of Fame Class 1965

  2. Norm Van Brocklin (1949-1957) | 15,340 Punt Yds | 72 Long | 43.1 Yds/Punt | Led League in Long 1956 (72) | Led League in Yds/Punt 1955 (44.6) | 6x Pro-Bowl (50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55) | Hall of Fame All-1950s Team | Hall of Fame Class 1971

  3. Dale Hatcher (1985-1991) | 17,302 Punt Yds | 67 Long | 40.1 Yds/Punt | Led League in Punt Yds 1987 (3,140) | 1x Pro-Bowl (85) | 1x All-Pro (85)


Returner: Jon Arnett (1957-1963)

683 Punt Rt Yds | 1 Punt Rt TD | 9.1 Yds/Punt Rt | 2,590 Kick Rt Yds | 2 Kick Rt TD | 24.9 Yds/Kick Rt | Led League in Punt Rt Yds 1958 (223) | Led League in Yds/Punt Rt 1958 and 1959 (12.4, 10.8) | Led League in Kick Rt TD 1957 and 1961 (1, 1) | Led League in Kick Rt Long 1957 and 1961 (98, 105) | Led League in Yds/Kick Rt 1957 (28) | 5x Pro-Bowl (57, 58, 59, 60, 61) | 1x All-Pro (58)


The Rams have a few good options at returner and I'm going with Jon Arnett. He led the league in punt return yards once, yards per punt return twice, kick return touchdowns twice, kick return long twice and yards per kick return once. Arnett was voted to five Pro-Bowls and one All-Pro Team.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Woodley Lewis (1950-1955) | 817 Punt Rt Yds | 3 Punt Rt TD | 7.6 Yds/Punt Rt | 2,575 Kick Rt Yds | 1 Kick Rt TD | 23.8 Yds/Kick Rt | Led League in Punt Rt Yds 1953 (267) | Led League in Punt Rt TD 1952 and 1953 (2, 1) | Led League in Punt Rt Long 1953 (78) | Led League in Kick Rt Yds 1953 and 1954 (830, 836) | 1x Pro-Bowl (50)

  2. LeRoy Irvin (1980-1989) | 1,457 Punt Rt Yds | 4 Punt Rt TD | 9.9 Yds/Punt Rt | Led League in Punt Rt TD 1981 (3) | Led League in Yds/Punt Rt 1981 (13.4) | 2x Pro-Bowl (85, 86) | 2x All-Pro (81, 86)

  3. Henry Ellard (1983-1993) | 1,527 Punt Rt Yds | 4 Punt Rt TD | 11.3 Yds/Punt Rt | 364 Kick Rt Yds | 19.2 Yds/Kick Rt | Led League in Punt Rt TD 1983 and 1984 (1, 2) | Led League in Punt Rt Long 1984 (83) | 3x Pro-Bowl (84, 88, 89) | 2x All-Pro (84, 88)

  4. Ron Brown (1984-1989, 1991) | 3,918 Kick Rt Yds | 4 Kick Rt TD | 23.2 Yds/Kick Rt | Led League in Kick Rt TD 1985 (3) | Led League in Yds/Kick Rt 1985 (32.8) | 1x Pro-Bowl (85) | 1x All-Pro (85)

  5. Tony Horne (1998-2000) | 3,577 Kick Rt Yds | 4 Kick Rt TD | 25 Yds/Kick Rt | Led League in Kick Rt TD 1999 (2) | Led League in Kick Rt Long 1999 and 2000 (101, 103) | Led League in Yds/Kick Rt 1999 (29.7)


Head Coach: Sean McVay (2017-Present)

Regular Season: 55-26 | 67.9 W-L% | Playoffs: 6-3 | 2021 Super Bowl Champion | 2018 NFC Champion


This was a pretty hard decision. The Rams have had a lot of good coaches over the years, but none of them had extremely long stints with the team. Originally, I had Dick Vermeil here, but after the Rams win in this past Super Bowl, Sean McVay is the clear choice. He's put up an outstanding 55-26 regular season record and guided the Rams to two Super Bowl appearances, winning in 2021. Adam Walsh, Clark Shaughnessy and Joe Stydahar all won championships in short stints with the Rams as well, but that was when the league had half as many teams as it does now. George Allen is easily the best regular season coach they ever had, but he failed to win a playoff game.


Honorable Mentions

  1. Adam Walsh (1945-1946) | Regular Season: 15-5-1 | 75 W-L% | Playoffs: 1-0 | 1945 NFL Champion

  2. Clark Shaughnessy (1948-1949) | Regular Season: 14-7-3 | 66.7 W-L% | Playoffs: 0-1 | 1949 NFL Championship Appearance

  3. Joe Stydahar (1950-1952) | Regular Season: 17-8 | 68 W-L% | Playoffs: 2-1 | 1951 NFL Champion | 1950 NFL Championship Appearance

  4. Sid Gillman (1955-1959) | Regular Season: 28-31-1 | 47.5 W-L% | 1955 NFL Championship Appearance | Hall of Fame Class 1983

  5. George Allen (1966-1970) | Regular Season: 49-17-4 | 74.2 W-L% | Playoffs: 0-2 | 1967 Coach of the Year | Hall of Fame Class 2002

  6. Chuck Knox (1973-1977, 1992-1994) | Regular Season: 69-48-1 | 58.9 W-L% | Playoffs: 3-5 | 1973 Coach of the Year

  7. Ray Malavasi (1978-1982) | Regular Season: 40-33 | 54.8 W-L% | Playoffs: 3-3 | 1979 NFC Champion

  8. John Robinson (1983-1991) | Regular Season: 75-68 | 52.4 W-L% | Playoffs: 4-6

  9. Dick Vermeil (1997-1999) | Regular Season: 22-26 | 45.8 W-L% | Playoffs: 3-0 | 1999 Coach of the Year | 1999 Super Bowl Champion | Hall of Fame Class 2022

  10. Mike Martz (2000-2005) | Regular Season: 53-32 | 62.4 W-L% | Playoffs: 3-4 | 2001 NFC Champion

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