Relive ’80s Greatness Of ‘Let’s Ram It’ With Rams Back In L.A. (Video)

by abournenesn

Jan 13, 2016

The Rams are back in Los Angeles. We only can hope “Let’s Ram It” returns, too.

After “Super Bowl Shuffle” brought the 1985 Chicago Bears on- and off-the-field success, every NFL team seemingly followed suit with its own music video. The Rams, who lost to the Bears in the 1985 playoffs, took it to the next level, though, with “Let’s Ram It,” a song full of sexual innuendo (did Eric Dickerson say what we think he did?), bad rapping and equally bad dancing (looking at you, Nolan Cromwell) and cheerleader perms straight out of every John Hughes film you’ve ever seen.

The video is fantastic ’80s camp, and you can watch the entire masterpiece below. But if you can watch only one part, we highly recommend fast-forwarding to the 2:48 mark, when Jackie Slater — father of New England Patriots special-teams maven Matthew Slater — comes in hot with a saxophone solo in the Anaheim Stadium seats.


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