| ||Offense ||Defense |
|Record ||Playoff record ||Total yards ||Pass yards ||Rush yards ||Turnovers ||First downs ||Total yards ||Pass yards ||Rush yards ||Turnovers ||First downs |
|12-2-0 ||0-1 ||5098 ||2080 ||3018 ||23 ||305 ||3249 ||1817 ||1432 ||42 ||188 |
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The Los Angeles Rams' thirty-eighth season was in 1973, playing their home games at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. During the offseason they hired Chuck Knox to lead the team. Knox previously was the offensive line coach of the Detroit Lions and had ten years of coaching experience in the AFL and NFL. They finished the year 12-2-0 in the regular season, en route to winning the NFC West, but they lost their first playoff game to the Dallas Cowboys 27-16. At the end of the season, Chuck Knox was awarded with the Coach of the Year award.
1973 Los Angeles Rams Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Chuck Knox Offensive Coordinator: Ken Meyer Wide Receivers Coach: Leeman Bennett Offensive Line Coach: Ray Prochaska Offensive Backs Coach: Dick Vermeil Linebackers Coach: Tom Catlin Special Teams Coach: Dick Vermeil Advance Scout: Jack Faulkner Training Assistant: Garrett Giemont