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Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams were forced to play their home opener at SoFi Stadium on Thursday night with a silent count after winning the Super Bowl.

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The Buffalo Bills' fan base showed up in large numbers, testing the Los Angeles offence with raucous crowd noise.

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When questioned about the noise from the opposing crowd after the game, Stafford gave a dismal statement about the realities of playing home games at SoFi Stadium.

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The Rams' fan base isn't precisely comparable to other teams' followers in spite of recent success.

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a league. The franchise has struggled to fully restore fan support after 20 years in St. Louis.

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Los Angeles is a major metropolis that draws people and visitors from all over the country, therefore there will always be a big away audience at every home game.

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Stafford threw three interceptions en route to a 31-10 season-opening loss to the Bills on Thursday night, despite starting the year in his home stadium.

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The Rams' second home game is against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 2.