ESPN Honolulu and CBS 1500 are Hawaii’s official radio homes of the Los Angeles Rams! This Sunday, the Rams visit the Buffalo Bills in a clash of 2-0 teams. The game will air on ESPN Honolulu (92.7 FM/1420 AM) with coverage starting at 6:00 a.m.
For you Rams fans, how well do you know your team? For you non-Rams fans, this might be a good time to brush up on the history of one of the NFL’s oldest franchises. Take this quiz and see how you do!
- Name the 1973 Heisman Trophy winner who played for the Rams from 1974 through 1978.
- Which Rams legend became the first player to spend 20 seasons with one NFL team?
- Who holds the record for the most all-time career rushing yards in Rams history?
- Name the former Iolani standout who played center/guard for the Rams from 1990 through 1997.
- Since 1997, the Rams have had the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft three times. Name the players they drafted at No. 1.
- The Rams made their first Super Bowl appearance in 1980, losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Who was the Rams’ starting QB?
- Name the Pro Football Hall of Fame QB who ended his career with the Rams in 1977.
- The Rams captured their first Super Bowl championship in 2000, beating the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV. Who was the game’s MVP?
- Name the Rams legend who played in Super Bowl XIV with a fractured fibula.
- Name the former Ram who rushed for a still-standing NFL single-season record 2,105 yards in 1984.
- Current Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is a two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year. Where did Donald play his college ball?
- Who is the winningest head coach in Rams history?
- John Cappelletti
- Jackie Slater
- Steven Jackson (10,138 yards)
- Bern Brostek
- Orlando Pace, Sam Bradford, Jared Goff
- Vince Ferragamo
- Joe Namath
- Kurt Warner
- Defensive end Jack Youngblood
- Eric Dickerson
- University of Pittsburgh
- John Robinson (75 victories from 1983 through ’91)
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