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L.A. Rams home opener at the Coliseum

Robert Quinn

Rams Robert Quinn celebrates his sack on Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson but the play was nulified by offsetting penalties.

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Michael Brockers, Thomas Rawls

Rams Michael Brockers makes a tackle on Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls without his helmet at the Coliseum Sunday. 

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Pete Carroll, Jeff Fisher

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, left, and Rams head coach Jeff Fisher shake hands after the game.

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Jeff Fisher, Kenny Britt

Rams receiver Kenny Britt watches head coach Jeff Fisher kiss the forehead of his daughter Ava after the game.

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29. Rams 1-1 (31)

Bet they wish they had Carson Wentz right about now.

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Mark Barron, Alec Ogletree, Christine Michael

Rams Mark Barron (26) causes a fumble as Alec Ogletree recovers the ball from Seahawks running back Christine Michael late in the 4th quarter to preserve the Rams win.

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Mark Barron, Alec Ogletree, Christine Michael

Rams Mark Barron (26) causes a fumble as Alec Ogletree recovers the ball from Seahawks running back Christine Michael late in the 4th quarter.

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James Corden, Rams cheerleaders

James Corden performs with Rams cheerleaders  between quarters.

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Case Keenum, Cassius Marsh

Rams quarterback Case Keenum is sacked by Seahawks Cassius Marsh who was called for a penalty for grabbing the face mask in the 4th quarter.

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Todd Gurley
Rams running back Todd Gurley is brought down by Seattle Seahawks defenders in the fourth quarter at the Coliseum on Sept. 18.  (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)
Pete Carroll

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll reacts to a penalty in the second quarter.

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Tyler Lockett, Troy Hill
Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett hauls in a long pass in front of Rams defensive back Troy Hill late in the fourth quarter on Sept. 18. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)
Rams fans cheer first win

Rams fans cheer for their team against the Seahawks. The Rams won their home opener, 9-3. 

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Russell Wilson, Aaron Donald

Seahawks quarterback Russell Willson barely gets a pass off as Rams Aaron Donald tackles him in the 4th quarter.

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Case Keenum

Rams quarterback Case Keenum is sacked by Seahawk defenders in the 3rd quarter.

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Tavon Austin, Bobby Wagner

Rams receiver Tavon Austin makes a catch in front of Seahawks Bobby Wagner.

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Jeff Fisher

Rams head coach Jeff Fisher watches a play from the sidelines against the Seahawks.

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Troy Hill, Paul Richardson

Rams cornerback Troy Hill breaks up a pass intended for Seahawks receiver Paul Richardson in the second quarter.

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Christine Michael

Seahawks running back Christine Michael tries to get away from the Rams defensive pursuit in the fourth quarter.

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Case Keenum, Frank Clark

Rams quarterback Case Keenum is brought down by Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark after a short gain in the fourth quarter.

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Kenny Britt, DeShawn Snead

Rams wide receiver Kenny Britt makes a catch against Seahawks defensive back DeShawn Shead in the fourth quarter.

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William Hayes

Rams defensive end William Hayes celebrates after dragging down Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls for a loss in the first quarter. 

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Christine Michael

Seahawks running back Christine Michael has nowhere to run against the Rams defense in the fourth quarter.

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Robert Quinn, Russell Wilson

Rams defensive end Robert Quinn forces a fumble by Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in the closing seconds of the second quarter.

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Tavon Austin, Frank Clark, Kam Chancellor

Rams receiver Tavon Austin is tackeld by Seahawks Frank Clark, center, and Kam Chancellor in the after an eight-yard gain in the first quarter.

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Maurice Alexander, Jermaine Kearse

Rams safety Maurice Alexander puts a hit on Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse in the second quarter.

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Lance Kendricks, Mike Morgan
The Rams’ Lance Kendricks makes a catch in front of the Seahawks’ Mike Morgan during the second quarter of a Sept. 18 game at the Coliseum. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)
Tavon Austin, Richard Sherman
Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin tries to get around Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman in the second quarter. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Troy Hill, Tyler Lockett
Rams cornerback Troy Hill is called for pass interference as he defends against Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett in the second quarter Sunday. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)
Todd Gurley

 Rams running back Todd Gurley looks for room to run against the Seahawks in the second quarter.

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Jeff Fisher

Rams coach Jeff Fisher walks along the sideline in the fourth quarter.

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Rams take the field

Rams players prepare to take the field before a game with the Seahawks at the Coliseum.

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Rams home opener

Rams fans cheer during the NFL football game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum on Sunday, September 18, 2016 in Los Angeles.

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Melonheads

A Rams Melonheads fans cheer during the NFL football game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks.

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Jack Youngblood, Eric Dickerson, Orlando Pace, Marshall FAulk, Jackie Slater, Tom Mack

Jack Youngblood, from left, Eric Dickerson, Orlando Pace, Marshall Faulk, Jackie Slater and Tom Mack are honored during a Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony.

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Stan Kroenke, LeBron James

Rams owner Stan Kroenke talks with NBA susperstar LeBron James before the start of the game.

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Stan Kroenke

LA Rams owner Stanley “Stan” Kroenke stands during a hall of fame ceremony.

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Red Hot Chili Peppers

Red Hot Chili Peppers lead singer Anthony Kiedis performs before the first Rams home game at the Coliseum.

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Red Hot Chili Peppers

Red Hot Chili Peppers Flea, let, and lead singer Anthony Kiedis perform before the first Rams home game.

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Flea, Anthony Kaedis
Flea and Anthony Kaedis from the Red Hot Chili Peppers perform before the Rams-Seahawks game. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Rams home opener

The Melonheads pose before the Rams-Seahawks game on Sunday at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The Rams home opener is the first regular season game for the team in Southern California in 22 years.

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Rams home opener

Rams fans walk by the Metro Expo Line light rail before the start of the game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks at the Coliseum on Sunday.

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Rams home opener

Rams fans party and play parking lot football before the Rams-Seahawks game on Sunday.

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Rams home opener

Rams fan Lance Miller barbecues chicken before the Rams-Seahawks game.

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Rams home opener

Grant Mogford peers out of the window of his party bus before the Rams-Seahawks game at the Coliseum.

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Rams home opener

Rams fans and a lone Seahawks fan gather for a tailgate party before the game. 

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Rams home opener

A police officer sets up outside the Coliseum before the Rams-Seahawks game.

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Rams home opener

A lot attendant poses with an old sign offering parking for $180, after the price was lowered to $140, near the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Sunday.

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