The Los Angeles Rams are a member of the National Football League's NFC West Division. The Rams originated in Cleveland in 1936, where they played 10 seasons before moving to Los Angeles. They stayed in Los Angeles until 1995, when they moved east to St. Louis. The Rams won Super Bowl XXXIV, beating the Tennessee Titans. Having such an explosive offense during their Super Bowl winning season, they earned the nickname, "The greatest show on turf." In 2016 the Rams moved to Los Angeles once again and are now named the Los Angeles Rams. The team plays its home games at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The Rams colors are blue, white, and yellow gold. Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk was a key asset to "The greatest show on turf."
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