I'm an original Ram fan (1946 to 1994) who was incensed when the team moved to St. Louis 21 years ago.
Now I'm ready to let bygones be bygones this season because they've returned to LA.
The prodigal team returns with baggage - 9 straight losing seasons with just four winning campaigns during their 21 years in St. Louis.
During their stay they posted a cumulative 64-127-1 record. Not exactly juggernaut numbers in the tough NFL West.
But that doesn't matter. They're back home now. I expect some exciting plays watching arguably the best running back in the league - Todd Gurly (pictured above).
Despite the fact that I live in Oregon now, I have no problem embracing the team of my childhood. Remember Roman Gabrial?
I sure do, along with a whole list of other Ram greats. Names like Deacon Jones, Dick Lane, Isaac Bruce, Merlin Olsen, Jack Youngblood, Henry Ellard, Norm Van Brocklin, and Elroy (Crazy Legs) Hirsch.
There's a lot of other oldtimers like me that are willing to sit back and watch during the honeymoon period and see what happens.
The iconic Coliseum has been good to the returning Rams thus far.
When they beat the Dallas Cowboys in an exhibition last month, the reported attendance was 89,140 - a preseason record for a game played in the United States.
The regular season starts off with the LA Rams traditional enemy, the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football (September 12th).
Time for me to walk on down the road...