1998 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
4-12-0 0-0 4472 3087 1385 33 281 4880 2831 2049 23 282
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The St. Louis Rams' sixty-third season was in 1998, and it was the second season Dick Vermeil served as the head coach of the team. The Rams played their home games at Trans World Dome. They finished the season 4-12-0, 2-6-0 at home and 2-6-0 on the road.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 New Orleans Saints 17-24
Week 2 Minnesota Vikings 31-38
Week 3 @ Buffalo Bills 34-33
Week 4 Arizona Cardinals 17-20
Week 6 New York Jets 30-10
Week 7 @ Miami Dolphins 0-14
Week 8 San Francisco 49ers 10-28
Week 9 @ Atlanta Falcons 15-37
Week 10 @ Chicago Bears 20-12
Week 11 @ New Orleans Saints 3-24
Week 12 Carolina Panthers 20-24
Week 13 Atlanta Falcons 10-21
Week 14 @ Philadelphia Eagles 14-17
Week 15 New England Patriots 32-18
Week 16 @ Carolina Panthers 13-20
Week 17 @ San Francisco 49ers 19-38

1998 St. Louis Rams Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Dick Vermeil Assistant Head Coach: Mike White, Peter Giunta Offensive Coordinator: Jerry Rhome Defensive Coordinator: Peter Giunta Co-Defensive Coordinator: John Stephen Bunting Wide Receivers Coach: Dick Coury Offensive Line Coach: Jim Hanifan, Ed White Running Backs Coach: Wilbert Montgomery Tight Ends Coach: Lynn Stiles H-Backs Coach: John Ramsdell Defensive Line Coach: Carl Hairston Linebackers Coach: John Stephen Bunting Defensive Backs Coach: Steve Brown Secondary Coach: Steve Brown Defensive Assistant Coach: Todd Howard Coaching Assistant: Sam Clark Strength and Conditioning Coach: Chris Clausen, Kerry Goode Vice President of Football Operations: Lynn Stiles Director of Scouting Administration: Debbie Pollom College Scout: Howard Tippett Area Scout: John Mancini