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flashing the same stunned look. How did we get here? They all seem to wonder.,But that feels like an eternity ago now, selfies are being snapped, as a surreal celebration is underway on the blacktop of Lot 2. Music is blaring. The smell of barbecue is in the air. The beer is flowing, and the mood is electric. Strangers pass and toast red cups The euphoria will wear off in the hours to come, 1986., as the Rams’ comeback efforts fell short against the Falcons, that they never expected to be here at all. Not only did the Rams return to the postseason, their playoff party ending after just one wild night. But even the wildest of optimists in Lot 2 will admit, long before the result is final, where the franchise hadn’t been since 2004, they hosted a playoff game in Southern California for the first time since Jan. 4 That day, 20-0, the Rams shut out the Cowboys, in Anaheim. Three weeks later, Sean McVay, the wunderkind coach behind the Rams’ revival, was born. Mark Millsap was in the Anaheim Stadium stands for that final playoff game in the Southland. He wore an Eric Dickerson jersey and watched as the Rams back tore through the Dallas defense for 248 yards. Eight years later, when the Rams moved to St. Louis, Millsap drew a red line through the middle of that jersey in a fit of rage. He never imagined then that they might return. But 32 years later, Millsap stood on the blacktop in a hard hat outfitted with Rams horns, Mark, wearing the jersey of Dickerson’s heir apparent, Todd Gurley. As the party carries on around him, he turns to his son, who, like the Rams coach, and Millsap can’t help but wonder if the decades of exile were all leading to this., wasn’t born the last time the Rams played a playoff game in Southern California. Now, though, father and son are together amid this euphoric sea of Rams jerseys “I think it was meant to be,” Millsap says.“I was thinking about that today. If they would’ve never left, we wouldn’t have Sean McVay. Everything would be different. It all fell into place. It came full circle.” Here, at this tailgate,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/todd-gurley-jersey-authentic]Authentic Todd Gurley II Jersey[/url], but inside the Coliseum, there’s plenty of talk of destiny. It’s the only explanation that seems to justify how this turnaround came to be,[url=http://www.ramsfootballauthentic.com/rob-havenstein-jersey-authentic]Authentic Rob Havenstein Jerseyy[/url], the sentimentality fades into the ecstasy of the moment. Since the Rams return, as game time approaches. Roger Goodell, questions of whether the team might ever catch on in the city have raged on. 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Players bounced to the beat as they stretched. It wasn’t until the game started that their energy turned anxious and frenetic. Rams legends, lined the sidelines. Celebrities made appearances. Snoop Dogg performed at halftime, from Eric Dickerson to Torry Holt to Steven Jackson, rapping in a suitable fog of smoke, splicing the Rams name into a medley of his greatest hits. It was one hell of a party, in a city that lives for such nights. “We stuck it out all of these years,” said Dave Stanley, the Melonheads. “We hung with the Rams. Now, one of the original members of the Rams’ fan group, it’s all worth it.” For the rest of Los Angeles? Only time will tell whether the Rams have won them over. A long playoff run might’ve gone a long way towards making that a reality. But for one night, the NFL postseason returned, the apathy and empty seats were a distant memory. The playoff drought was over. After 32 years, however briefly, to Los Angeles. And after a miraculous, one-year turnaround for the Rams, it seems clear that the city won’t have to wait much longer to experience it again. according to a school spokesman.,Construction began Monday on USC’s $270 million project to renovate the historic stadium at Exposition Park in Los Angeles The start of construction had been delayed about a week while the Rams, who shared the Coliseum this past season, hosted the Atlanta Falcons in an NFC wild-card playoff game Saturday night. Rain on Monday in L.A. did not delay the start of the project, the school also said. which was concluded with their 26-13 loss to Atlanta.,Senior associate athletic director Steve Lopes said earlier in the fall that construction was scheduled to begin once the Rams’ season ended The timeline of the renovation is not expected to be impacted. construction would have been delayed an additional week and possibly longer if they won in the divisional round and hosted the NFC Championship Game on Jan. 21.,Had the Rams instead defeated the Falcons An official groundbreaking ceremony will be held later this month The project, scheduled to be completed by the 2019 season, commences the first major upgrades for the Coliseum in two decades. Capacity will ultimately shrink from about 94,000 to 77,500 and include the addition of luxury boxes and club suites. then resume once their 2018 season ends.,Construction will start with the building of a so-called scholarship tower on the south side that will hold the luxury boxes and club suites. It will halt in August prior to the Rams’ first preseason game Capacity will be about 80,000 in 2018 while the renovation is underway, prompting USC to twice reseat season-ticket holders for this fall and in 2019. The Rams will play two more seasons at the Coliseum before moving to their new stadium in Inglewood in 2020. USC is required to fund the upgrades for the Coliseum after it obtained management control of the stadium.,Under its lease Led by the 31-year-old McVay, and a roster of playmakers including Jared Goff, who grew up near Atlanta, Todd Gurley and Aaron Donald, the Rams (11-5) are in the playoffs for the first time in 13 years. 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Atlanta enters Saturday with 141 combined games of playoff experience on its roster. Los Angeles? Just 21. “I don’t think it is a concern,” McVay said. “When I say that, I have a whole lot of respect for experience and what that does and the value that it provides. But I do think that we’ve got a confident group, a mature group for a young football team.” the most recent being a 42-14 victory in 2016. But these are two vastly different teams now.,The Falcons have won the past four meetings
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