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2009 St. Louis Rams Complete Season Schedule

St. Louis Rams Schedule – NFL Football

Check out the week to week schedule of your favorite NFL teams. Starting in Week 11, flexible scheduling comes into play for Sunday games. NBC has the Sunday night schedule and has the ability to move games from the afternoon to prime time. Keep your eye open for NFL network television games as well this year as the network will be in competition with Espn, and NBC for games as well.

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Listed below is the NFL 2009 St. Louis Rams schedule. Each season we will be updating the new St. Louis Rams schedule and team information.

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Aug. 14 at NEW YORK JETS (KTVI) 6:00 p.m.
Aug. 21 ATLANTA (KTVI)7:00 p.m.
Aug. 27 at CINCINNATI (KTVI)6:35 p.m.
Sept. 3 KANSAS CITY (KTVI)7:00 p.m.

2009 St. Louis Rams Schedule

Week 1 – Sun 9/13 at Seattle 4:15 pm

Week 2 – Sun 9/20 at Washington 1:00 pm

Week 3 – Sun 9/27 Green Bay 1:00 pm

Week 4 – Sun 10/4 at San Francisco 4:15 pm

Week 5 – Sun 10/11 Minnesota 1:00 pm

Week 6 – Sun 10/18 at Jacksonville 1:00 pm

Week 7 – Sun 10/25 Indianapolis 1:00 pm

Week 8 – Sun 11/1 at Detroit 1:00 pm

Week 9 – BYE WEEK

Week 10 – Sun 11/15 New Orleans 1:00 pm

Week 11 – Sun 11/22 Arizona 4:05 pm

Week 12 – Sun 11/29 Seattle 1:00 pm

Week 13 – Sun 12/6 at Chicago 1:00 pm

Week 14 – Sun 12/13 at Tennessee 1:00 pm

Week 15 – Sun 12/20 Houston 1:00 pm

Week 16 – Sun 12/27 at Arizona 4:05 pm

Week 17 – Sun 1/3 San Francisco 1:00 pm

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  1. St Louis will try and rebound from last season’s woefull 2-14 efforts. Looking at their schedule, I can’t see how they can win more then 4 or 5 games.

  2. Matthew Martz says:

    New Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo will want to put last season behind the Rams and will have a rough first year getting the club back on track. The Rams quarterback situation could be better, but for now Marc Bulger has the job. The Rams just do not have enough playmakers on offense to win games. RB Steven Jackson will need to remain healthy and the Rams will need WR Donnie Avery to step up and make some big plays. The Rams will be without leading tackler Pisa Tinoisamoa, but have resigned CB Ron Bartell. The Rams will need a few more years until they are back in the hunt. The best the Rams can hope for this season is a 5-11 finish.