The last time the Rams went to a super bowl was in 2018.

The Los Angeles Rams are an American football team headquartered in Los Angeles. The Rams are a part of the NFC West division of the NFL. The Rams share SoFi Stadium in Inglewood with the Chargers.

When is the last time the Rams went to a Super Bowl?

The last time the Rams went to a super bowl was in 2018.

Los Angeles hasn’t played in the Super Bowl in three years, and most of the team has remained the same.

From 1980 through 2019, the Rams have made four trips to the Super Bowl, but have only won one championship. Their most recent Super Bowl victory was in 2000 against the Tennessee Titans when Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk were in the lineup.

Sean McVay is still in charge. Cooper Kupp is proving to be one of, if not the finest, wide receivers in the NFL. Opposing offensive lines continue to struggle with Aaron Donald.

But now the Rams have Matthew Stafford, who has turned the passing attack into one of the finest in the league, as the team enters the NFC Championship game with the fifth-most passing yards (4,642).

To win the NFC West and return to the Super Bowl, they must first end a six-game losing streak to the 49ers and win the conference championship.


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