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Sports Logo Review of the Los Angeles Rams

January 25, 2016

For the first time since 1994, the Rams will kick off the upcoming season in Los Angeles, not St. Louis. The National Football League has coveted the 2nd largest media market for years and even though both the Rams and Raiders previous left, the draw of advertising revenue was too much. I feel bad for St. Louis which is a great sports city and deserves better. Since their Super Bowl run, the team just hasn’t been that good and with that attendance and interest has dwindled.


With this news of the NFL relocating a team for the first time since the Oilers moved in 1997, I was hoping that the now Los Angeles Rams would unveil a new fresh look. Maybe bring back the white and blue colors that looked sharp or even a fresh looking Ram.  Here is what we received instead in their logo reveal.


They could have taken their time and developed a fresh look or some kind of twist. The excitement was already there. There was no rush to unveil the new logo but the Rams almost did it immediately. This is L.A where trendy is part of their daily lifestyle. This logo made its way from St. Louis even before the equipment and office supplies. 


I’ll admit, I haven’t seen any sports logos of Rams across the country that have blown me away. You would think a creature that can do so much damage with its horns has the potential to be a top selling logo. Maybe a change is in their future. A great start would be to go back to the blue and white helmet and uniforms. When people move to another city or a new house, it’s a fresh start. The Rams should do the same with their logo and uniforms. 


We do have two sports logo t-shirts that are based in the Los Angeles area. 





A Chiweenie might look cute in purses, but you can’t make a sports logo with a purse. I love how this logo came out with a mean looking small dog jumping out at you with the spiked collar. 

Our second California sports logo has two names. 

Awesome Sports Logos is proud to introduce the California Crazy Eights (also known as the California Ocho Locos).




Off the coast of the Golden State on the Pacific Ocean floor is an eight-legged creature that is truly fascinating. Most common is the California Two-Spot Octopus. In case you’re ever asked to identify a Two-Spot, just point out… well, never mind, no one will ask you. We love this cool California t-shirt. This octopus means business. Only two tentacles are occupied with a ball and a bat, and that means you better keep an eye on the other six!


Thanks as always for reading and checking out Awesome Sports Logos where unlike the Rams, our goal is to bring back the fun and creativity back to sports logos.


Gavin Spittle

Founder/Logo and T-shirt Lover

Awesome Sports Logos

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