2022 Los Angeles Rams season

86th season in franchise history
2022 Los Angeles Rams season
OwnerStan Kroenke
General managerLes Snead
Head coachSean McVay
Home fieldSoFi Stadium
Results
Record2–1
Division place1st NFC West
Uniform
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The 2022 season is the Los Angeles Rams' 85th in the National Football League (NFL), their 86th overall, their 56th in the Greater Los Angeles Area, the third playing their home games at SoFi Stadium, their sixth under head coach Sean McVay, and eleventh under general manager Les Snead. They will attempt to improve upon their 12–5 record from last season, as well as become the first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since the 2004 New England Patriots. The Rams will come into the 2022 season as the defending Super Bowl champions for the first time since 2000 when the club was based in St. Louis.

Offseason

Coaching changes

  • The Minnesota Vikings hired Rams offensive coordinator Kevin O'Connell as their new head coach February 16, 2022.[1] The following day, Chris O'Hara, an offensive assistant with the Rams in 2021, was hired to join O'Connell's staff as quarterbacks coach.[2] On February 21, 2022, Wes Phillips was hired by the Vikings as offensive coordinator. Phillips had served as tight ends coach for McVay in two stints over five seasons with Washington (2014-2016) and Los Angeles (2019-2021), and in 2021 had added the title of pass game coordinator.[3]
  • The Denver Broncos named Rams secondary coach/passing game coordinator Ejiro Evero as defensive coordinator for new head coach Nathaniel Hackett's staff. Also hired from the Rams were assistant special teams coach Dwayne Stukes as special teams coordinator and assistant defensive line coach Marcus Dixon as defensive line coach on February 17, 2022.[4]
  • Liam Coen was hired as offensive coordinator, succeeding Kevin O'Connell. Coen had served as an assistant wide receivers and quarterbacks coach with the Rams from 2018 to 2020 before leaving to serve as offensive coordinator at the University of Kentucky.[5]
  • Thomas Brown, the Rams' running backs coach for the previous two seasons, was reassigned to take over for Phillips as tight ends coach, while retaining his position as assistant head coach.[6]
  • Fourth-year staffer Zac Robinson was given the dual titles of pass game coordinator/quarterbacks coach after spending the previous season as assistant quarterbacks coach.[7]
  • Lance Schulters, a former safety who played 10 years in the NFL primarily with the San Francisco 49ers and Tennessee Titans, was promoted to defensive assistant after spending 2021 on the Rams staff as a coaching fellow.[7]
  • Having coached linebackers over the previous five seasons with the Rams, Chris Shula was named pass game coordinator/defensive backs coach.[7]
  • Other internal promotions included Thad Bogardus being elevated to outside linebackers coach after spending 2021 as assistant linebackers coach, while Jonathan Cooley became defensive backs coach after serving as assistant secondary coach the previous season.[7]
  • Ra'Shaad Samples was hired to succeed Thomas Brown as Rams running backs coach after having held the same position at SMU.[8]
  • Greg Olson, who had served as Rams quarterbacks coach during Sean McVay's first season in 2017, returned to the club as a senior offensive assistant after spending the four previous seasons as offensive coordinator with the Oakland/Las Vegas Raiders. Olson had also been offensive coordinator for the then-St. Louis Rams in 2006 and 2007.[7]
  • During preseason, Sean McVay announced that Jay Gruden, who had been head coach of the Washington Redskins during McVay's tenure there, had been hired as an offensive consultant and would work remotely for the team.[9][7]

Draft

2022 Los Angeles Rams Draft
Round Selection Player Position College
3 104 Logan Bruss OG Wisconsin
4 142 Decobie Durant CB South Carolina State
5 164 Kyren Williams RB Notre Dame
6 211 Quentin Lake S UCLA
212 Derion Kendrick CB Georgia
7 235 Daniel Hardy LB Montana State
253 Russ Yeast S Kansas State
261 A. J. Arcuri OT Michigan State

Pre-draft trades

Draft Day trades

  • The Rams traded their fifth round (175th overall) and seventh round (238th overall, previously acquired in the 2019 Aqib Talib trade) selections to Las Vegas in exchange for the Raiders' fifth round pick (164th overall), which was used to draft Notre Dame running back Kyren Williams.
  • The Rams re-acquired cornerback Troy Hill from the Cleveland Browns in trade for a fifth round pick in 2023 NFL Draft.
  • Los Angeles exchanged a sixth round compensatory selection (218th overall) to Tampa Bay and in return received two seventh round selections (235th, 261st) from the Buccaneers. The Rams used the picks to draft Kansas State safety Russ Yeast and Michigan State tackle A. J. Arcuri.
2022 Los Angeles Rams undrafted free agents
Name Position College Ref.
Roger Carter TE Georgia State [13]
T. J. Carter CB TCU
Cameron Dicker K, P Texas
Elijah García DT Rice
Jake Hummel LB Iowa State
Dan Isom S Washington State
Duron Lowe CB Liberty
Lance McCutcheon WR Montana State
Jairon McVea S Baylor
Dion Novil DT North Texas
Jamal Pettigrew TE McNeese State
Jack Snyder G San Jose State
Brayden Thomas LB North Dakota State
Keir Thomas Florida State
Benton Whitley Holy Cross
Caesar Williams CB Wisconsin

Staff

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Front office
  • Owner/CEO – Stan Kroenke
  • COO/executive vice president of football operations – Kevin Demoff
  • General manager – Les Snead
  • Vice president of football administration – Tony Pastoors
  • Director of football operations – Sophie Harlan
  • Senior personnel executives – Brian Xanders and Ray Farmer
  • Senior personnel advisor – Taylor Morton
  • Assistant director of college scouting – Ted Monago
  • Assistant director of pro scouting – John McKay
  • Director of draft management – J. W. Jordan
  • Director of player engagement – Jacques McClendon
  • Football analyst – Andy Benoit
Head coaches
  • Head coach – Sean McVay
  • Assistant head coach/tight ends – Thomas Brown
Offensive coaches
 
Defensive coaches
  • Defensive coordinator – Raheem Morris
  • Defensive line/run game coordinator – Eric Henderson
  • Assistant defensive line – Skyler Jones
  • Outside linebackers – Thad Bogardus
  • Inside linebackers – Chris Beake
  • Defensive backs – Jonathan Cooley
  • Pass game coordinator/defensive backs – Chris Shula
  • Defensive assistant – Lance Schulters
Special teams coaches
  • Special teams coordinator – Joe DeCamillis
  • Special teams assistant – Jeremy Springer
Strength and conditioning
  • Director of strength training and performance – Justin Lovett
  • Assistant strength and conditioning – Fernando Noriega
  • Assistant strength and conditioning – Dustin Woods

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Current roster

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Roster updated September 27, 2022

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53 active, 12 inactive, 16 practice squad (+1 exempt)

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Preseason

The Rams' preseason opponents were announced May 12, 2022 along with the release of the NFL's regular season schedule, with exact dates and times announced eleven days later.

Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue Recap
1 August 13 at Los Angeles Chargers W 29–22 1–0 SoFi Stadium Recap
2 August 19 Houston Texans L 20–24 1–1 SoFi Stadium Recap
3 August 27 at Cincinnati Bengals L 7–16 1–2 Paycor Stadium Recap

Regular season

Schedule

As the defending Super Bowl champions, the Rams earned the right to host the NFL Kickoff Game against the Buffalo Bills at SoFi Stadium.[14]

On May 10, the NFL announced that the Rams will host the Denver Broncos as part of a Christmas Day triple-header on December 25. The game will kick off at 1:30 p.m. PST, and will be televised by CBS and Nickelodeon.[15]

The remainder of the Rams' 2022 schedule was announced on May 12.[16]

Week Date Time (PT) Opponent Result Record Venue TV Recap
1 September 8 5:20 p.m. Buffalo Bills L 10–31 0–1 SoFi Stadium NBC Recap
2 September 18 1:05 p.m. Atlanta Falcons W 31–27 1–1 SoFi Stadium Fox Recap
3 September 25 1:25 p.m. at Arizona Cardinals W 20–12 2–1 State Farm Stadium Fox Recap
4 October 3 5:15 p.m. at San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium ESPN
5 October 9 1:25 p.m. Dallas Cowboys SoFi Stadium Fox
6 October 16 1:05 p.m. Carolina Panthers SoFi Stadium Fox
7 Bye
8 October 30 1:25 p.m. San Francisco 49ers SoFi Stadium Fox
9 November 6 1:25 p.m. at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium CBS
10 November 13 1:25 p.m. Arizona Cardinals SoFi Stadium Fox
11 November 20 10:00 a.m. at New Orleans Saints Caesars Superdome Fox
12 November 27 1:25 p.m. at Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Fox
13 December 4 1:05 p.m. Seattle Seahawks SoFi Stadium Fox
14 December 8 5:15 p.m. Las Vegas Raiders SoFi Stadium Prime Video
15 December 19 5:15 p.m. at Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field ESPN/ABC
16 December 25 1:30 p.m. Denver Broncos SoFi Stadium CBS/Nick
17 January 1 5:20 p.m. at Los Angeles Chargers SoFi Stadium NBC
18 January 7/8 TBD at Seattle Seahawks Lumen Field TBD

Notes

  • Intra-division opponents are in bold text.
  • Networks and times from Weeks 5–13 and 17 are subject to change as a result of flexible scheduling.
  • The date, time and network for Week 18 will be determined at the end of Week 17.

Game summaries

Week 1: vs. Buffalo Bills

NFL Kickoff Game

Week 1: Buffalo Bills at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
1 2 34Total
Bills 7 3 71431
Rams 0 10 0010

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

Game information

First quarter

  • BUF – Gabe Davis 26-yard pass from Josh Allen (Tyler Bass kick), 9:56. Bills 7–0. Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards, 5:04.

Second quarter

  • BUF – Tyler Bass 41-yard field goal, 8:48. Bills 10–0. Drive: 8 plays, 45 yards, 4:07.
  • LAR – Cooper Kupp 4-yard pass from Matthew Stafford (Matt Gay kick), 3:00. Bills 10–7. Drive: 11 plays, 60 yards, 5:48.
  • LAR – Matt Gay 57-yard field goal, 0:00. Tied 10–10. Drive: 8 plays, 6 yards, 1:53.

Third quarter

  • BUF – Isaiah McKenzie 7-yard pass from Josh Allen (Tyler Bass kick), 7:59. Bills 17–10. Drive: 8 plays, 58 yards, 5:03.

Fourth quarter

  • BUF – Josh Allen 4-yard run (Tyler Bass kick), 13:27. Bills 24–10. Drive: 13 plays, 89 yards, 6:44.
  • BUF – Stefon Diggs 53-yard pass from Josh Allen (Tyler Bass kick), 9:25. Bills 31–10. Drive: 3 plays, 59 yards, 1:36.

Top passers

  • BUF – Josh Allen – 26/31, 297 yards, 3 TD, 2 INT
  • LAR – Matthew Stafford – 29/41, 240 yards, TD, 3 INT

Top rushers

  • BUF – Josh Allen – 10 rushes, 56 yards, TD
  • LAR – Darrell Henderson – 13 rushes, 47 yards

Top receivers

  • BUF – Stefon Diggs – 8 receptions, 122 yards, TD
  • LAR – Cooper Kupp – 13 receptions, 128 yards, TD

Starting the 2022 campaign at home on Thursday Night Football, the Rams were shut out in the second half as Sean McVay lost a season opener for the first time as head coach. After falling behind 10-0 in the second quarter, Los Angeles rallied back on a 4-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Matthew Stafford to wide receiver Cooper Kupp, while kicker Matt Gay converted a 57-yard field goal at the end of the second quarter. Stafford, who surpassed 50,000 career passing yards, completed 29 of 41 passes for 240 yards but threw three interceptions and was sacked seven times. Kupp, the NFL's leading receiver in 2021, caught 13 passes for 128 yards and a score to lead the Rams offense. Defensively, cornerback Jalen Ramsey led Los Angeles with six tackles but was victimized on a 53-yard touchdown pass from Bills quarterback Josh Allen to wide receiver Stefon Diggs in the fourth quarter, while linebacker Bobby Wagner had five tackles with two assists and a sack in his debut with the Rams.

Week 2: vs. Atlanta Falcons

Week 2: Atlanta Falcons at Los Angeles Rams – Game summary
1 2 34Total
Falcons 0 3 71727
Rams 7 14 7331

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

Game information

First quarter

Second quarter

  • LAR – Darrell Henderson 8-yard run (Matt Gay kick), 9:30. Rams 14–0. Drive: 8 plays, 50 yards, 4:41.
  • ATL – Younghoe Koo 26-yard field goal, 2:44. Rams 14–3. Drive: 11 plays, 67 yards, 6:46.
  • LAR – Cooper Kupp 3-yard pass from Matthew Stafford (Matt Gay kick), 0:14. Rams 21–3. Drive: 3 plays, 9 yards, 0:14.

Third quarter

  • LAR – Cooper Kupp 10-yard pass from Matthew Stafford (Matt Gay kick), 9:22. Rams 28–3. Drive: 10 plays, 75 yards, 5:38.
  • ATL – Drake London 4-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Younghoe Koo kick), 3:20. Rams 28–10. Drive: 5 plays, 20 yards, 3:03.

Fourth quarter

  • LAR – Matt Gay 20-yard field goal, 12:13. Rams 31–10. Drive: 13 plays, 78 yards, 6:07.
  • ATL – Olamide Zaccheaus 11-yard pass from Marcus Mariota (Younghoe Koo kick), 8:14. Rams 31–17. Drive: 8 plays, 72 yards, 3:59.
  • ATL – Lorenzo Carter 26-yard return of blocked punt (Marcus Mariota–Drake London pass), 4:57. Rams 31–25.
  • ATL – Brandon Powell OB in end zone, forced by DeAundre Alford, for a Safety, 0:06. Rams 31–27.

Top passers

  • ATL – Marcus Mariota – 17/26, 196 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT
  • LAR – Matthew Stafford – 27/36, 272 yards, 3 TD, 2 INT

Top rushers

  • ATL – Cordarrelle Patterson – 10 rushes, 41 yards
  • LAT – Darrell Henderson – 10 rushes, 47 yards, TD

Top receivers

  • ATL – Drake London – 8 receptions, 86 yards, TD
  • LAR – Cooper Kupp – 11 receptions, 108 yards, 2 TD

The Rams built a commanding 28-3 lead in the third quarter, then had to withstand a fourth quarter rally by Atlanta to gain their first victory of the season. Quarterback Matthew Stafford connected with wide receiver Allen Robinson for a 1-yard touchdown late in the first quarter, then threw two more TD passes to wide receiver Cooper Kupp in the second (3 yards) and third quarters (10 yards). Running back Darrell Henderson led the team with 47 rushing yards on 10 attempts and scored on an 8-yard run in the second period. Rookie cornerback Cobie Durant returned an interception 51 yards late in the second quarter to set up a Rams touchdown and added two tackles including a sack of Falcons quarterback Marcus Mariota. However, Mariota bounced back to throw two touchdown passes while Atlanta also scored after blocking Rams punter Riley Dixon to close to within 31-25. But Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey came up with a critical interception at the goal line with just over a minute remaining and the Rams were able to escape. Kapp had 11 receptions for 108 yards and two scores while Stafford passed for 272 yards and three TDs along with two interceptions. On defense, linebacker Ernest Jones had a team-high 12 tackles while fellow linebacker Bobby Wagner added seven tackles and a sack in the win for Los Angeles.

Week 3: at Arizona Cardinals

Week 3: Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals – Game summary
1 2 34Total
Rams 10 3 7020
Cardinals 0 6 3312

at State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

  • Date: September 25
  • Game time: 1:25 p.m. MST & PDT
  • Game weather: None (retractable roof closed)
  • Game attendance: 63,243
  • Referee: Adrian Hill
  • TV announcers (Fox): Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez and Laura Okmin
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Game information

First quarter

  • LAR – Matt Gay 22-yard field goal, 9:45. Rams 3–0. Drive: 8 plays, 31 yards, 3:49.
  • LAR – Cooper Kupp 20-yard run (Matt Gay kick), 4:00. Rams 10–0. Drive: 7 plays, 58 yards, 4:50.

Second quarter

  • LAR – Matt Gay 40-yard field goal, 13:23. Rams 13–0. Drive: 6 plays, 58 yards, 3:08.
  • ARI – Matt Prater 23-yard field goal, 1:51. Rams 13–3. Drive: 19 plays, 65 yards, 9:30.
  • ARI – Matt Prater 43-yard field goal, 0:02. Rams 13–6. Drive: 8 plays, 47 yards, 0:46.

Third quarter

  • ARI – Matt Prater 49-yard field goal, 5:10. Rams 13–9. Drive: 16 plays, 58 yards, 7:47.
  • LAR – Cam Akers 14-yard run (Matt Gay kick), 1:00. Rams 20–9. Drive: 8 plays, 75 yards, 4:10.

Fourth quarter

  • ARI – Matt Prater 31-yard field goal, 1:07. Rams 20–12. Drive: 17 plays, 84 yards, 5:32.

Top passers

  • LAR – Matthew Stafford – 18/25, 249 yards
  • ARI – Kyler Murray – 37/58, 314 yards

Top rushers

  • LAR – Cam Akers – 12 rushes, 61 yards, TD
  • ARI – James Conner – 13 rushes, 39 yards

Top receivers

With a strong defensive performance that kept the Cardinals offense out of the end zone for the entire game, the Rams picked up their first NFC West victory of the season. The win was the Rams' eighth straight over Arizona at State Farm Stadium, a streak that started in 2015. Kicker Matt Gay converted field goals of 22 and 40 yards while wide receiver ran 20 yards on a jet sweep in the second quarter to score the first rushing touchdown of his NFL career as Los Angeles built a 13-0 lead. Running back Cam Akers rushed for a game-high 61 yards on 12 carries, including a 14-yard touchdown run to give the Rams a 20-9 advantage late in the third quarter. However, Akers was stripped of the ball at the goal line as Los Angeles was poised to go up by three scores midway through fourth quarter. Rookie cornerback Derion Kendrick and veteran linebacker Bobby Wagner shared the team lead in tackles with nine as they helped to limit the Cardinals to just four field goals by kicker Matt Prater. Defensive tackle Aaron Donald added six total tackles, including a sack of Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray for minus-15 yards in the first quarter that was the 100th sack of the perennial All-Pro's NFL career. Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford threw for 249 yards but did not throw a touchdown pass in a game for the first time since coming to Los Angeles.

Week 4: at San Francisco 49ers

Week 4: Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers – Game summary
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Rams 0 0 000
49ers 0 0 000

at Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California

Standings

Division

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W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
Los Angeles Rams 2 1 0 .667 1–0 2–0 61 70 W2
San Francisco 49ers 1 2 0 .333 1–0 1–1 47 37 L1
Seattle Seahawks 1 2 0 .333 0–1 0–2 47 70 L2
Arizona Cardinals 1 2 0 .333 0–1 0–1 62 87 L1

Conference

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# Team Division W L T PCT DIV CONF SOS SOV STK
Division leaders
1 Philadelphia Eagles East 3 0 0 1.000 1–0 3–0 .444 .444 W3
2 Los Angeles Rams West 2 1 0 .667 1–0 2–0 .444 .333 W2
3 Minnesota Vikings North 2 1 0 .667 2–0 2–1 .667 .500 W1
4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers South 2 1 0 .667 1–0 2–1 .556 .500 L1
Wild cards
5 Green Bay Packers North 2 1 0 .667 1–1 2–1 .667 .667 W2
6 Dallas Cowboys East 2 1 0 .667 1–0 1–1 .556 .500 W2
7 New York Giants East 2 1 0 .667 0–1 1–1 .444 .333 L1
In the hunt
8 Chicago Bears North 2 1 0 .667 0–1 1–1 .389 .250 W1
9 Carolina Panthers South 1 2 0 .333 1–0 1–1 .556 .333 W1
10 San Francisco 49ers West 1 2 0 .333 1–0 1–1 .556 .333 L1
11 Detroit Lions North 1 2 0 .333 0–1 1–2 .667 .333 L1
12 New Orleans Saints South 1 2 0 .333 1–2 1–2 .444 .333 L2
13 Atlanta Falcons South 1 2 0 .333 0–1 1–2 .444 .333 W1
14 Washington Commanders East 1 2 0 .333 0–1 0–2 .667 .667 L2
15 Seattle Seahawks West 1 2 0 .333 0–1 0–2 .444 .667 L2
16 Arizona Cardinals West 1 2 0 .333 0–1 0–1 .444 .000 L1
Tiebreakers[a]
  1. ^ When breaking ties for three or more teams under the NFL's rules, they are first broken within divisions, then comparing only the highest ranked remaining team from each division.
Legend
w — Clinched wild card
x — Clinched playoff berth
y — Clinched division
z — Clinched first-round bye and home-field advantage

References

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  2. ^ Goessling, Ben (February 17, 2022). "Vikings announce nine assistant coaches for Kevin O'Connell's staff". startribune.com. Retrieved February 17, 2022.
  3. ^ "Minnesota Vikings hiring Los Angeles Rams' Wes Phillips as offensive coordinator, source says". ESPN.com. February 21, 2022. Retrieved February 21, 2022.
  4. ^ "Denver Broncos hire Los Angeles Rams' Ejiro Evero as new defensive coordinator". ESPN.com. January 17, 2022. Retrieved February 17, 2022.
  5. ^ "Rams expected to hire Liam Coen as offensive coordinator". NFL.com. Retrieved February 21, 2022.
  6. ^ "Coach Thomas Brown changing position assignment, will oversee TE's". turfshowtimes.com. Retrieved March 2, 2022.
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