| ||Offense ||Defense |
|Record ||Playoff record ||Total yards ||Pass yards ||Rush yards ||Turnovers ||First downs ||Total yards ||Pass yards ||Rush yards ||Turnovers ||First downs |
|13-3-0 ||3-0 ||7562 ||5392 ||2170 ||37 ||398 ||5743 ||4231 ||1512 ||41 ||329 |
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The St. Louis Rams' sixty-fourth season was in 1999, and it was the third season Dick Vermeil served as the head coach of the team. The Rams played their home games at Trans World Dome. He retired from the Rams on Wednesday, February 2, 2000. They finished the year 13-3-0 in the regular season, en route to winning the NFC West, and 3-0 in the playoffs eventually winning the NFL championship against the Tennessee Titans 23-16, the team's third championship win. At the end of the season Dick Vermeil earned Coach of the Year; Kurt Warner earned Super Bowl Most Valuable Player; and Marshall Faulk earned AP Offensive Player of the Year.
1999 St. Louis Rams Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Dick Vermeil Assistant Head Coach: Mike White, Peter Giunta Associate Head Coach: Al Saunders Offensive Coordinator: Mike Martz Defensive Coordinator: Peter Giunta Co-Defensive Coordinator: Peter Giunta, John Stephen Bunting Quarterbacks Coach: John Ramsdell Wide Receivers Coach: Al Saunders, Dick Coury Offensive Line Coach: Jim Hanifan, John Matsko Running Backs Coach: Wilbert Montgomery Tight Ends Coach: Lynn Stiles Offensive Assistant Coach: Frank Gansz, Sam Clark Defensive Line Coach: Carl Hairston Linebackers Coach: John Stephen Bunting Defensive Backs Coach: Steve Brown Secondary Coach: Steve Brown Defensive Assistant Coach: Todd Howard Special Teams Coach: Frank Gansz Strength and Conditioning Coach: Dana LeDuc Strength Coach: Dana LeDuc, Chris Clausen Vice President of Football Operations: Lynn Stiles Director of Scouting Administration: Debbie Pollom College Scout: Howard Tippett Area Scout: John Mancini Intern: Charlie Brown Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Kerry Locklin, Orlando Mitjans, James Webster