|2011 St. Louis Rams season|
|Head coach||Steve Spagnuolo|
|General manager||Billy Devaney|
|Home field||Edward Jones Dome|
|Division place||4th NFC West|
|Playoff finish||Did not qualify|
|Team MVP||Steven Jackson|
|Team ROY||Robert Quinn|
The 2011 season was the St. Louis Rams' 74th in the National Football League, their 17th in St. Louis, and their third and final season under head coach Steve Spagnuolo. They finished with a 2-14 record - a failure to improve on their 7-9 record from 2010 - and the day after the season finale, head coach Steve Spagnuolo and general manager Billy Devaney were fired from the team.
The Rams' offense was among the worst in the league in 2011. They scored only 193 points (12.1 points per game), last in the league, and 11th-fewest all-time for a 16-game season. Their -214-point differential was last in the league.
Football Outsiders ranked St. Louis the worst team in the league, per play, in 2011. The 2012 Football Outsiders Almanac, however, noted that the Rams went from the league's easiest schedule in 2010 to the league's hardest schedule in 2011.
With their 2-14 record, the Rams capped a stretch from 2007 to 2011 in which they went 15-65, setting a new mark for the worst five-season span in NFL history. This mark has since been matched by the Cleveland Browns of 2013 to 2017. To date, this is the last season with the Rams getting, at most, two victories. As of 2020, the 2011 Rams are the most recent team to score less than 200 points the entire season.
On January 18, the Rams hired former Denver Broncos' head coach Josh McDaniels as the team's new offensive coordinator, replacing Pat Shurmur, who became the new head coach of the Cleveland Browns five days earlier (January 13).
|2011 St. Louis Rams draft|
|1||14||Robert Quinn||DE||North Carolina|
|3||78||Austin Pettis||WR||Boise State|
|5||158||Jermale Hines||S||Ohio State||Pick from ATL[a]|
|7||228||Jabara Williams||LB||Stephen F. Austin||Pick from BAL [b]|
|7||229||Jonathan Nelson||S||Oklahoma||Pick from ATL [a]|
|Made roster + Pro Football Hall of Fame * Made at least one Pro Bowl during career|
The Rams' preseason schedule was announced on April 12, 2011.
|HOF||August 7||vs. Chicago Bears||Cancelled due to the 2011 NFL Lockout|
|1||August 13||Indianapolis Colts||W 33-10||1-0||Edward Jones Dome||Recap|
|2||August 20||Tennessee Titans||W 17-16||2-0||Edward Jones Dome||Recap|
|3||August 26||at Kansas City Chiefs||W 14-10||3-0||Arrowhead Stadium||Recap|
|4||September 1||at Jacksonville Jaguars||W 24-17||4-0||EverBank Field||Recap|
|1||September 11||Philadelphia Eagles||L 13-31||0-1||Edward Jones Dome||Recap|
|2||September 19||at New York Giants||L 16-28||0-2||MetLife Stadium||Recap|
|3||September 25||Baltimore Ravens||L 7-37||0-3||Edward Jones Dome||Recap|
|4||October 2||Washington Redskins||L 10-17||0-4||Edward Jones Dome||Recap|
|6||October 16||at Green Bay Packers||L 3-24||0-5||Lambeau Field||Recap|
|7||October 23||at Dallas Cowboys||L 7-34||0-6||Cowboys Stadium||Recap|
|8||October 30||New Orleans Saints||W 31-21||1-6||Edward Jones Dome||Recap|
|9||November 6||at Arizona Cardinals||L 13-19 (OT)||1-7||University of Phoenix Stadium||Recap|
|10||November 13||at Cleveland Browns||W 13-12||2-7||Cleveland Browns Stadium||Recap|
|11||November 20||Seattle Seahawks||L 7-24||2-8||Edward Jones Dome||Recap|
|12||November 27||Arizona Cardinals||L 20-23||2-9||Edward Jones Dome||Recap|
|13||December 4||at San Francisco 49ers||L 0-26||2-10||Candlestick Park||Recap|
|14||December 12||at Seattle Seahawks||L 13-30||2-11||CenturyLink Field||Recap|
|15||December 18||Cincinnati Bengals||L 13-20||2-12||Edward Jones Dome||Recap|
|16||December 24||at Pittsburgh Steelers||L 0-27||2-13||Heinz Field||Recap|
|17||January 1||San Francisco 49ers||L 27-34||2-14||Edward Jones Dome||Recap|
With the loss, the Rams started the season 0-1.
With the loss, the Rams fell to 0-2.
With the loss, the Rams fell to 0-3.
With the loss, the Rams went into their bye week at 0-4.
Coming off of their bye week in week 5, the Rams traveled to Lambeau Field to take on the undefeated Packers. The loss dropped the team to 0-5.
With the loss, the Rams dropped to 0-6.
This home game for the team also had a celebration of the St. Louis Cardinals showing off the World Series trophy. The Rams would then go on to win this game and improve to 1-6.
The Rams' third quarter was the first time in NFL history that a team had recorded four points in a quarter.
With the loss, the Rams fell to 1-7 and last place in the NFC West. 
With the close win, the Rams improved to 2-7.
With the loss, the Rams dropped to 2-8.
With the loss, the Rams dropped to 2-9 securing them their 5th straight losing season.
With the loss, the Rams fell to 2-10.
With the loss, the Rams fell to 2-11 and were swept by the Seahawks for the first time since 2009.
With the loss, the Rams fell to 2-12.
This game became the Steelers' 2nd shutout win of the season as the Rams dropped to 2-13.
With the loss, the Rams finished the season at 2-14 tied with the Colts for the league's worst record.
|(2) San Francisco 49ers||13||3||0||.813||5-1||10-2||380||229||W3|
|St. Louis Rams||2||14||0||.125||0-6||1-11||193||407||L7|