The NFL Will Not Move A Team To Los Angeles For 2015

The three most likely NFL teams to move to Los Angeles—the Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, and St. Louis Rams—will be staying where they are next season. All three of those teams have expiring leases with their current stadiums, but the NFL won't move a franchise to L.A. until a permanent site for the team is… » 12/20/14 5:30pm Today 5:30pm

Pete Prisco Very Adamantly Does Not Understand Probabilities  

The most impactful decision in tonight's heinously boring Thursday Night Football contest between St. Louis and Arizona came with 6:10 left in the game. St. Louis, down 12-3, had 4th and goal on Arizona's 1-yard-line. In a situation where the Rams needed both a touchdown and a field goal to win, Jeff Fisher opted to… » 12/12/14 1:02am 12/12/14 1:02am

The St. Louis Rams Have Nothing To Be Sorry For

You don't call Mike Francesa's radio show unless you are upset, and probably also otherwise damaged in some way. A person who is doing fine, thanks, does not run some avant-garde hear-me-out-Mike trade—Nothing crazy, just Eli Manning for a couple of first-round picks and a couple of second-round picks—past a… » 12/05/14 3:29pm 12/05/14 3:29pm

Black St. Louis Cops Organization Commends Rams Players

In response to the St. Louis Police Officers Association's demand that a handful of St. Louis Rams players who took the field in a "hands up, don't shoot" pose be punished for making a "tasteless, offensive and inflammatory" gesture, the Ethical Society of Police—an organization for black police officers in St.… » 12/03/14 1:37pm 12/03/14 1:37pm

The Ludicrousness Of St. Louis Rams Vs. St. Louis Cops, By Jon Stewart

We've become accustomed to all this by now, but since not everyone can catch The Daily Show it's become our responsibility to bring it to you: the inevitable takedown of this weekend's ridiculous apology-non apology about the St. Louis Rams doing "Hands up, don't shoot" before their game Sunday. » 12/03/14 1:07am 12/03/14 1:07am

Colbert Lampoons Reaction To The Rams' "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" Intro

Stephen Colbert waded into the mess surrounding the St. Louis Rams players who came out to player introductions against the Raiders on Sunday in the "hands up, don't shoot" pose, and the subsequent demand from the St. Louis Police Officer's Association that the Rams apologize. The bit is quite funny (despite the… » 12/02/14 10:17pm 12/02/14 10:17pm

St. Louis Cops Declare Rams' "Hands Up Don't Shoot" To Be "Offensive"

St. Louis police officers condemned the NFL's Rams today, calling their pre-game display of the "hands up don't shoot" gesture to be "tasteless, offensive and inflammatory." The lengthy statement issued by the St. Louis Police Officers Association demanded Stedman Bailey, Tavon Austin, Jared Cook, Chris Givens, and… » 11/30/14 10:22pm 11/30/14 10:22pm

Rams Fake Punt From Inside Their Own 20 Is The Most Brazen Play Of 2014

We already saw the Rams fake a punt return today, but that's nothing compared to this silly fake punt pulled off with less than three minutes remaining, inside their own 20, and up by only two. If this doesn't work, it goes down in history as one of the stupidest decisions made on a football field. But it worked, and… » 10/19/14 4:03pm 10/19/14 4:03pm