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It’s a new world out there and things are a bit different for NFL cheerleading. No cheer action on the sidelines for the time being, but that doesn’t mean that the cheerleaders aren’t there, in person. So let’s take a look at some photos of the Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders, courtesy of Peter B. House Joneleit of the Rams.
Love the new uniforms! Still getting used to the masks.
Per the Los Angeles Rams:
Due to the evolving corona virus situation, the Los Angeles Rams Cheer Auditions and Workshops have been postponed until further notice. We will provide an update once new dates and times are confirmed. All workshop registration fees will be refunded by Friday, March 27th. Thank you for your understanding.
For the past couple of weeks, the Los Angeles Rams have been on a roll and that seems to have coincided with a renewed confidence in the play of signal caller Jared Goff. This past week, the Rams defeated the NFC title contending Seattle Seahawks in a rather convincing fashion to remain in the playoff hunt…slim chance though it may be.
On to more positive things, namely the latest images of the Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders. Click here to view the Rams gallery of images from Week 14.
We continue our coverage of Week 11 of the NFL regular season with the Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders, who were wearing some interesting camo tops for their Salute to Service game. Click here to view the Rams gallery of images from last Sunday.
There’s something not right with the Los Angeles Rams. Some say it is the play of Jared Goff, who seems a little off, but I believe it has more to do with the offensive line. They are simply not the same as last year and the pressure on Goff allowed and the lack of a stout rushing attack, seem to indicate that the line is, in part, the reason for the poor offensive production. And that lack of consistency is the reason why the Rams are on the verge of falling out of contention for a playoff spot.
This week, the Rams sputtering offense ran into a brick wall in the form of the 49ers stout defense. And that was pretty much the story last Sunday. The 49ers offense is nothing special, but their defense is solid and that was the difference in the game.
Final score: 49ers – 20, Rams – 7.
As is our custom here, we do not dwell on the negative. So let us turn our attention to this week’s images of the Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders. Click here to view the Rams gallery of images from last Sunday.
The Los Angeles Rams hosted the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last Sunday and in the most volatile game of the week, the Bucs thrashed the previously undefeated Rams, 55 – 40. It was an ironic twist in that the Buccaneers played like they were the team that went to last year’s Super Bowl and the Rams played like an error prone team likely to miss the playoffs. It was a fascinating contradiction of how things were last year.
With that fascinating observation out of the way, let’s us turn our attention to the Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders…always interesting and always fascinating in their own right. Click here to view the Rams gallery of images from last Sunday.
In a rematch of last year’s NFC Championship game, the Los Angeles Rams played the visiting New Orleans Saints. Like last year, the Rams seemed to benefit from a blown official’s call that negated a Saints touchdown, but then all that seemed inconsequential when Drew Brees injured his thumb and was lost for the game. After that, the Saints were done for all intents and purposes and the Rams cruised to victory…again.
With the relevant game summary out of the way, let us turn our attention to the matter at hand, the Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders who were resplendent in their white game day uniforms. Click here to view the Rams gallery of images from Sunday.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the home field of the Los Angeles Rams, underwent a massive renovation and Week 3 of the NFL Preseason was our first opportunity to experience the new venue. And it was the first opportunity to see the Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders in their new digs. Click here to view the Rams game day gallery of images.
In Week 2 of the NFL Preseason, the Dallas Cowboys played the Los Angeles Rams in Oahu, Hawaii, a rare treat for football fans of the 50th state of the union. In a game devoid of the most of the projected starters, the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Rams, 14 – 10.
So let us continue our coverage of NFL cheerleading squads with the Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders in Hawaii. Click here to view the Rams game day gallery of images.