|2019 Los Angeles Rams season|
|Head coach||Sean McVay|
|General manager||Les Snead|
|Home field||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum|
|Division place||3rd NFC West|
|Playoff finish||Did not qualify|
|Pro Bowlers||DT Aaron Donald|
CB Jalen Ramsey
|AP All-Pros||DT Aaron Donald (1st team)|
The 2019 season was the Los Angeles Rams' 82nd in the National Football League (NFL), their 83rd overall, their 53rd in the Greater Los Angeles Area and their third under head coach Sean McVay. It also marked the Rams' final season playing their home games at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, as the team moved into SoFi Stadium in Inglewood beginning with the 2020 season alongside the Los Angeles Chargers. They entered the season as the defending NFC champions looking to bounce back after their Super Bowl LIII loss to the New England Patriots and attempt to become the first team since the 2014 Seattle Seahawks to repeat as NFC champions and return to the Super Bowl, as well as attempt to become the first team since the 2018 New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl the year after losing it the year before. However, the Rams failed to match their 13–3 record from 2018 after a 17–12 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Although the Rams' temporary stadium was officially known as United Airlines Field at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum this season, the team removed any references to the corporate sponsor due to a team sponsorship from one of its competitors, American Airlines.
Despite starting the season at 3–0, the Rams lost 7 of their final 13 games and, after a 34–31 loss to their NFC West rival San Francisco 49ers in Week 16, were eliminated from playoff contention for the first time since 2016. This was their first non-playoff season under head coach Sean McVay.