LA Rams and how 12 days of Christmas can lead to a SB win
By Bret Stuter
The LA Rams are playing a critical game just two days after Christmas Day. But here are the Rams 12 days of Christmas events that we would love to see
The LA Rams are preparing for their last two regular-season games during Christmas Holiday. The Christmas holiday season in 2020 is unlike any other holiday season. During the holidays of closeness and gift-giving, this year’s Christmas is about distance and health. And that is where we now find ourselves. We are all more distant. Some keeping to themselves, some limited to connecting to the outside world virtually.
But for today, we are all connected by the passion and hopes for the LA Rams. For many, this is the solemn Christmas day, a holiday with both religious significance and practical application. This is the day when we open presents, sing carols, feast and then feast again. But it has also been a holiday where we gather together, catch up with one another, and take great delight in the tales of one another’s lives
And, of course, there is our passion for football. Somehow over the years, the NFL has managed to weave its way into our holiday afternoons. Feasts and football are now woven into each of our lives. Somehow, Christmas day has combined religion, gift-giving, and the pigskin to create a day filled with positivity.
So let’s harness the positivity and optimism to will a positive outcome into existence. The LA Rams sit at 9-5 today and could miss the playoffs outright, or earn the top-seed of the NFC. So if we set our minds to it, perhaps we can unleash a wave of positivity for the Rams to carry them through the end of the season and into the playoffs. In keeping in the traditions of 12 days of Christmas, here are the 12 ingredients needed for an LA Rams Lombardi Trophy.