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Below is the 2015 St. Louis Rams schedule for Edward Jones Dome. To buy tickets select the date of the Football game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Rams tickets by phone.

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St. Louis Rams Team Info

When the Rams fans get a look at the 2011 version of the Rams they’re going to have to get used to a different style of football. It shouldn’t take too long for them to get used to. The new look Rams, under the guidance of first year head coach Scott Linehan, will be a much more balanced team. Under Mike Martz the Rams were pass happy. Under Linehan the offense will be establishing the run and taking advantage of a talented group of wide receivers after the defense has been softened up. The result should be happier fans and more bang for the buck.

Linehan is no slouch at the offensive side of football. While never being hailed as an innovative genius like Martz he has been the architect of very productive units. His emphasis is putting the ball in the hands of Steven Jackson more often, taking advantage of the talented running backs power, speed, and pass catching ability. There’s no doubt that Jackson was underutilized under Martz. The Rams ran fewer times than 28 teams in the league. Jackson averaged a meager 16 carries over the course of the season yet still managed to rack up more than 1,000 yards on the ground. Asking Jackson to carry a heavier load is a smart move and a solid ground game will only make things easier for Marc Bulger and a group of talented wide receivers Linehan inherits from the old staff.

Bulger too should be happier in the new system. After all, dropping back to throw the long ball made Bulger a target for every sack happy defensive end in the league and resulted in four major injuries in just two campaigns. Keeping Bulger healthy is another step in the right direction. Should the worst happen though, Linehan does have insurance with Gus Frerrote. Frerrote is well versed in the system and has starting experience so the backup QB position is strong.

Yes, it’s a new ball game for the fans that love their Rams. After sub-par performances the last two season Rams fans can look forward to a tougher, head butting squad. Local games, long known for the aerial acrobatics of Mike Martz, is going to have to get used to a more ground oriented attack. But with Steven Jackson running the ball that’s going to be a welcome change and those Rams fans will have winning to ease the transition.