Greatest St. Louis Rams Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in St. Louis Rams history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
Super Bowl XXXIV vs Tennessee - The Tackle
Super Bowl XXXIV vs Tennessee - Going Deep
2000 Conference Championship vs Tampa Bay - Super Bowl Bound
1999 Regular Season vs Cleveland - Marshall! Marshall! Marshall!

Rest your pint on history.
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Super Bowl XXXIV
The Tackle
St. Louis vs Tennessee
23 - 16
January 30, 2000
Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GA
According to NFL media, the 3rd greatest single play in Super Bowl history, "The Tackle" or "One Yard Short" is the most iconic moment in Rams history. The offensive firepower of St. Louis was worl renowned, but it was Linebacker Mike Jones tackle who's play will go down in Super Bowl lore.
Super Bowl XXXIV
Going Deep
St. Louis vs Tennessee
23 - 16
January 30, 2000
Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GA
Tennessee had just scored 16 consecutive points to tie the game with a little over 2 minutes. St. Louis' electric offense took no time in regaining the lead. The first play on their following drive, Kurt Warner found Isaac Bruce deep down the field for a 73-yard touchdown as the crowd erupted.
2000 Conference Championship
Super Bowl Bound
St. Louis vs Tampa Bay
11 - 6
January 23, 2000
TWA Dome, St. Louis, MO
The Tampa defense did what no other team could do to the "Greatest Show on Turf" - held them out of the endzone for more than 3 quarters. With less than 5 minutes left, St. Louis was in danger of losing after scoring only 5 points. Warner then found Proehl for 30 yards and a place in the Super Bowl.
1999 Regular Season
Marshall! Marshall! Marshall!
St. Louis vs Cleveland
34 - 3
October 24, 1999
TWA Dome, St. Louis, MO
It was Faulk's first season with St. Louis and he quickly showed his obvious talents. The catalyst for the "Greatest Show on Turf", Faulk was the best back in the league during his time with the team and I can stilll vividly remember Chris Berman's voice during Faulk's runs.