Rams fans chant 'Keep the Rams' during potential final home game

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St. Louis fans chant 'Keep the Rams' during what could be team's final home game
Friday December 18th, 2015

The St. Louis Rams could very well be playing in Los Angeles by the time the 2016 NFL season starts, and the teams’ fans used the final home game of the season to let owner Stan Kroenke know how they feel about the proposed move. 

With the Rams leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28–6 in the third quarter of Thursday’s game, St. Louis fans started to loudly chant “keep the Rams” during a timeout. 

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The Rams have played in St. Louis since moving from Los Angeles after the 1994 season. The team has seen plenty off success while playing in the Edward Jones Dome, winning the Super Bowl in 1999.

St. Louis is one of three teams hoping to find a new home in Los Angeles, along with the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers

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The Rams have proposed building a $1.86 billion stadium in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Inglewood, while the Raiders and Chargers are hoping the NFL favors a $1.7 billion stadium planned for Carson. 

The Rams (5–8) finish their regular season with road games against the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers

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