The Rams had one of the strangest seasons in NFL history. After moving from St. Louis to Los Angeles in the offseason, the team went 4-12, firing head coach Jeff Fisher along the way. The Rams won more games that they did during the season when they didn’t score a touchdown, and lost more when they did. But, there’s one more whacky statistic worth noting before we can forget about the Rams for nine months.
USC faced off against Penn State for the 2017 Rose Bowl Monday night, resulting in a 52-49 game for the ages with the Trojans narrowly coming out on top. The 101 point output in the single game in LA was in fact more points than the Rams horrid offense scored all season in the same city.
There have been more points scored in the Rose Bowl so far (91) than the Rams scored in Los Angeles in their first season back (89).
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) January 3, 2017