2014 St. Louis Rams schedule
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RAMS WANT FANS TO GUESS THEIR SCHEDULE FOR $100K:
If you missed your chance on Warren Buffett’s billion dollar prize for a perfect NCAA tournament bracket, St. Louis Rams are giving you a second chance to win some major cash.
The Rams announced Monday that they will give any fan $ 100,000 dollars if they predict their 2014 schedule with 100% percent accuracy. Here is what fans must predict correctly to win: Exact date of the game, each week’s opponent, location, and date of the team’s bye week.
If more than one person guesses 100% percent of the schedule correctly, Rams will hold a trivia contest as a tiebreaker.
"In anticipation of the Rams’ 2014 regular-season schedule release, we are excited to offer fans the unique opportunity to win $100,000," team vice president of marketing Brian Killingsworth said in a statement. "We challenge our fans to accurately predict all 17 weeks of the team’s regular-season schedule and win the cash prize."
The NFL schedule is expected to be released sometime next week, according to ESPN.
For those who want to try their luck for a 100k, here is the website to sign up stlouisrams.com/guessourgames. The deadline to submit your guess is April 21 at 5:59 p.m. ET. (Photo: stlouisrams.com)
Ranking the Super Bowls
8. Super Bowl XXXIV - St. Louis Rams 23, Tennessee Titans 16
Steve McNair was a beast late in the game, rolling out and just not letting the Rams bring him down. Kordell Stewart used to say McNair was “country strong.” No joke. It’s sad to think one of the starting quarterbacks in such a great — and recent — Super Bowl is gone
Rams CB Reid arrested on Ga. probation violation:
Police in south Georgia say St. Louis Rams rookie cornerback Greg Reid has been arrested on a probation violation.
Lt. Aaron Kirk says 23-year-old Reid was a passenger Saturday afternoon in a car that was stopped because the driver wasn’t wearing a seat belt.
Kirk says an officer learned that Reid had previously been charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession. Authorities say Reid was wanted for failing to check in with probation officials and pay fines associated with the charges.
Valdosta City Jail officials say Reid is still being held. It’s unclear if he has an attorney and jail officials say they are unsure whether his bond had been set.
The Florida State graduate was recruited from Lowndes County high school in Valdosta.
A Rams spokesman says the team has no comment. (Photo: Associated Press)