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The St. Louis Rams' sixty-fourth was in 1999, and it was the second season Dick Vermeil served as the head coach of the team. They finished the year 13-3-0 in the regular season 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.
Head Coach: Dick Vermeil Assistant Head Coach: Mike White, Peter Giunta Offensive Coordinator: Mike Martz Defensive Coordinator: Peter Giunta Co-Defensive Coordinator: Peter Giunta, John Stephen Bunting Associate Head Coach: Al Saunders 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 (Secondary) 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 College Scout: Howard Tippett Intern: Charlie Brown Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Kerry Locklin, Orlando Mitjans, James Webster