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St. Louis Rams Schedule To Be Released Later Today

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Although the match ups have been set since the end of the regular season, the order in which the games would be played has remained uncertain. Later today however, we will find out when the Rams will play their scheduled opponents and just how many primetime games they will have.

The 2014 NFL schedule will be unveiled tonight at 7 PM CT, revealing the dates and times of every regular-season game in 2014. As soon as the schedule is released be sure to stop by to get the full breakdown of the games.

Here are the list of the Rams’ opponents:


Dallas Cowboys

New York Giants

Denver Broncos

Oakland Raiders

Minnesota Vikings

San Francisco 49ers

Seattle Seahawks

Arizona Cardinals




Philadelphia Eagles

Washington Redskins

Kansas City Chiefs

San Diego Chargers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

San Francisco 49ers

Seattle Seahawks

Arizona Cardinals


Some games to keep an eye on are obviously the games against the Seahawks, Cardinals and 49ers, but some out of division games that could be interesting that could put the Rams on Primetime could be the game against the Washington Redskins, which has significance because of the RGIII trade and the Kansas City Chiefs, a game that will be played for the Governor’s cup.

Once again, the 2014 NFL schedule will be unveiled tonight at 7 PM CT.


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