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The Rams have broken hearts and left behind bitter fans in two different cities — in St. Louis, where the team spent 21 years, won a Super Bowl and then split town in a nasty divorce, and in Los Angeles, the nation’s second-largest city and team’s home from 1946 to 1995, where the Rams built and lost a fan base before returning three seasons ago.

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When the Rams have the ball: Sean McVay oversees the NFL’s No. 2 total and scoring offense and suddenly has yet another weapon in vet RB C.J. Anderson, who has three 100-plus rushing yard performances in three games since signing Dec. 18. Pairing him…