The front office of the St. Louis Rams felt some moves were necessary to make the jump in one of the toughest divisions in the NFL, so the team turned the page on the injury-plagued Sam Bradford era, bringing in Nick Foles from a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles. Along with the quarterback change, St. Louis is going with a youth movement at the running back position, rewarding second-year running back Tre Mason with the starting job for his successful rookie campaign.
With a down season looking likely for the San Francisco 49ers and the Arizona Cardinals losing some key figures on defense, perhaps this is the season St. Louis can sneak into the top two spots of the division. Rams fans have yet to see what head coach Jeff Fisher is cooking up with a new quarterback, but will get their first look during the first full week of the NFL preseason coming this weekend. With information provided by SeatSmart.com, below are secondary market Rams ticket prices for their preseason slate.
8/14/2015 | Oakland Raiders vs. St. Louis Rams | O.co Coliseum | Average Price: $46 | Get-in Price: $12
8/23/2015 | Tennessee Titans vs. St. Louis Rams | LP Field | Average Price: $56.89 | Get-in Price: $9
8/29/2015 | St. Louis Rams vs. Indianapolis Colts | Edward Jones Dome | Average Price: $48 | Get-in Price: $3
9/3/2015 | St. Louis Rams vs. Kansas City Chiefs | Edward Jones Dome | Average Price: $45 | Get-in Price: $3
The St. Louis Rams hit the road for the first two preseason games, taking on the Oakland Raiders with an average ticket price of $46 and a get-in price of $12, and the Tennessee Titans with an average price of $56.89 and a get-in of $9.
Acquiring Indianapolis Colts tickets for the Rams’ most expensive home game at the Edward Jones Dome will feature one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks in Andrew Luck, leading a Colts team with legit Super Bowl aspirations this season. For their second home contest in the preseason finale, the Rams host the Kansas City Chiefs, who made a big free agency splash by signing wide receiver Jeremy Maclin.
Three of the Rams’ four preseason games have get-in prices in the single digits, which provides plenty of opportunities for fans to easily watch them gear up leading to the regular season. St. Louis has always possessed an upper echelon defensive unit since Fisher took over as head coach so the arrival of Foles could be what sparks a long-awaited breakout.