— The Los Angeles Rams’ first NFL football game was a disaster, with the team missing its first field goal and the clock running out on a 3-0 loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 1.
Losing on the road in Week 2 to the San Diego Chargers is a huge disappointment, but a game that was supposed to start with a game of football for the ages turned into a game where the Rams and Rams fans were treated to a classic matchup of two of the worst franchises in NFL history.
It all started in the first quarter.
The Rams offense took the lead on a short touchdown pass to receiver Robert Woods, then led 24-10 with just under four minutes left in the second quarter, but Minnesota had two defensive penalties, a touchdown and a field goal.
Rams linebacker Dontay Moen, who was injured in the previous game, was carted off the field after a collision with Vikings linebacker Zach Line, who got hit in the head by Moen.
The Minnesota players were ejected, and the Rams fans went wild.
It didn’t take long for the crowd to start booing the team.
The crowd chanted “Go Rams!” and “Go Raiders!”
It was so loud that the team needed to change the game’s script for the third quarter, with a timeout to give players a break.
Afterward, the players were not happy with their performance, and some even went so far as to suggest that they were booing for not having a coach.
The team was booed when it was the worst team in the NFL.
And they were even booed by their own fans when the Vikings took the field to the first play of the fourth quarter.
This wasn’t the first time the Rams were booed in the postseason.
In the NFC championship game, the team was jeered when it had an opportunity to win a game with the game tied at 28-28 with less than a minute to go in the fourth.
The fans were also booed during the fourth-quarter celebration when a Rams fan fell to the ground and was bleeding.
The entire crowd, including the coach, started booing, even though the Rams had just blown a lead of 28-27 and were up 14-10.
It was a dramatic moment that was captured on video.
Rams fans started booed again in the NFC Championship Game, when the team led 31-24 with 10:50 left in regulation, but lost 27-20.
The same crowd was booing in the regular-season finale, when a Vikings fan was taken off the court and was lying on the ground as a result of a concussion.
The Vikings fans were booned as they walked off the Fieldhouse steps.
The only person to boo the team in these games was defensive tackle Brandon Thomas, who suffered a concussion after being hit by Vikings cornerback Anthony Barr.
Rival coaches tried to call for more time for the team to get ready, but no one was budging.
Even after the Vikings were tied with 24 seconds left, the Rams still had a chance to win it by kicking a field goals-and-fumbles touchdown.
This time, they failed.
The game ended in a tie at 29-29 with just over seven minutes to play, and then the fans booed the Rams.
The NFL announced this week that it would be conducting an investigation into the incident.
The NFL said it will take action if there is evidence that fans were not treated fairly or that the referees acted improperly in stopping the game.
The league also announced that it is considering changes to its officiating rules that would allow the officials to call extra points for the purposes of scoring on fourth-and/goal or tying the score at a point, if the Rams have scored on the fourth down.
Rampant booing is an all-time low for the Rams, who were not supposed to have any problems playing in the Super Bowl until a year ago, but the fans were still booing at home.
The franchise has been playing poorly in recent years and fans don’t like to see the Rams get embarrassed by their rivals.
The loss to Minnesota came after the Rams lost three of their first five games and had a season-worst 9-20 record.