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1999 St. Louis Rams schedule

Season statistics

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 3-3 7562 5392 2170 37 398 5743 4231 1512 41 329
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1999 was the sixty-fourth season for the St. Louis Rams and the second season for Dick Vermeil as the head coach of the Rams. They finished the season 13-3-0 in the regular season and 3-0 in the playoffs eventually winning the NFL championship against the Tennessee Titans 23-16 for the team's third championship. 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.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 27-10
Week 3 35-7
Week 4 @ 38-10
Week 5 42-20
Week 6 @ 41-13
Week 7 34-3
Week 8 @ 21-24
Week 9 @ 27-31
Week 10 35-10
Week 11 @ 23-7
Week 12 43-12
Week 13 @ 34-21
Week 14 @ 30-14
Week 15 31-10
Week 16 34-12
Week 17 @ 31-38

Playoffs

Week Opponent Score Notes
Divisional Round Minnesota Vikings 49-37
Conference Championship Tampa Bay Buccaneers 11-6
Super Bowl vs. Tennessee Titans 23-16

Coaches

Head Coach: Assistant Head Coach: , Offensive Coordinator: Defensive Coordinator: Co-Defensive Coordinator: , Associate Head Coach: Quarterbacks Coach: Wide Receivers Coach: , Offensive Line Coach: , Running Backs Coach: Tight Ends Coach: Offensive Assistant Coach: , Defensive Line Coach: Linebackers Coach: Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Secondary Coach: Defensive Assistant Coach: Special Teams Coach: Strength and Conditioning Coach: Strength Coach: , Vice President of Football Operations: College Scout: Intern: Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: , ,