The Rams won six games across pro football's large market traveling championship in 2018 and still held it at the end of the season.
After taking the championship from the Minnesota Vikings, 38-31, at the Coliseum on Sept. 27, the Rams produced three defenses, including key victories against the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers, before losing on the road, 45-35, to the New Orleans Saints on Nov. 4.
Buf the Rams came with another key victory on the road against the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC playoffs, a 30-22 win that they followed with a 26-23 overtime win at New Orleans for the NFC Championship.
The Rams now hold the big-market traveling title going to 2019, and their position is much better than a year ago in the all-time standings.
The Philadelphia Eagles still lead this group with 29 wins, followed by 26 for the Packers. But the Rams moved up to a third-place tie with Seattle at 23 wins. It's worth noting that the Eagles, Packers and Seahawks all were 0-2 for this championship in 2019. The Rams playoff win against Dallas also enabled them to push ahead of the Cowboys, who now have 22 wins all-time.
The New York Giants still have the most traveling championships all-time on the national side with 11, followed by the Eagles with 10. But the Cowboys, with their championship, moved into a third-place tie with the San Francisco 49ers at nine. The Rams now have eight of these titles, tied for fourth in the national conference with Seattle and Green Bay.