‘House Rules’: Collector’s book celebrates Rams’ Super Bowl win

Cooper Kupp is embraced by the Rams on the cover a new Los Angeles Times book
The Los Angeles Times’ book “House Rules” chronicling the Rams’ run to a Super Bowl is available for presale.
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After 21 years without an NFL team, the script seemed too perfect even for star-studded Los Angeles.

Six years after the Rams returned to L.A. from St. Louis, a collection of playmakers acquired to chase a championship couldn’t possibly become the second in NFL history to win a Super Bowl on its home field. There were interceptions and injuries, letdowns and meltdowns all season long.

But the Rams found a way to hit the right notes during the critical fourth quarter of Super Bowl LVI Sunday night at SoFi Stadium, holding off the Cincinnati Bengals for the championship that once seemed impossible for a city without an NFL team seven years ago.


Relive the championship journey with our book “House Rules,” a look back at the Rams’ season through the eyes of the Los Angeles Times’ award-winning reporters and photographers.

The 160-page hardcover book, which sells for $45, is now available for pre-order, with shipping scheduled to begin on March 25. And if you go to the L.A. Times online shop, you can pre-order the book at a discounted rate of $33.75 for a limited time.