St. Louis Rams vs. San Diego Chargers: Broadcast Schedule, Live Stream, Start Time, & More


The St. Louis Rams will face the San Diego Chargers for the first time in more than four years on Sunday, squaring off with a 6-4 San Diego team that had lost four straight before getting back into the win column with a victory over the Oakland Raiders last Sunday.

The game, which will be the Rams’ first in San Diego since 2006, will be very important for the team as they attempt to prove their legitimacy. While the Rams have notched three very impressive victories this year against the San Francisco 49ers plus last year’s two Super Bowl teams, the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, they still have yet to win back-to-back games. Establishing that consistency will be the key task as the Rams try to stay in contention. While their 4-6 record puts their backs against the wall for the rest of the year, they do have a schedule that theoretically makes it possible for them to win out. Facing Raiders, Giants, and Redskins teams that have worse records than they do, plus a Cardinals team that’s now quarterbacked by Drew Stanton and a Seahawks squad that they’ve already beaten this season, it’s not a complete impossibility that the Rams at least finish over .500.

Here’s some important info that you’ll need to follow along with the Rams-Chargers matchup on Sunday:

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Where: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA

When: 3:05 PM CT, November 23, 2014

TV Broadcast: The game will be on FOX TV, with Chris Myers providing play-by-play, former star defensive back Ronde Barber working alongside him as the color commentator, and Jennifer Hale reporting from the sidelines.

Radio Broadcast: The game will be broadcast on the Rams Radio Network, the flagship of which is WXOS-101.1 ESPN in St. Louis. Steve Savard will handle play-by-play, while former Ram D’Marco Farr will provide color commentary and Will Witherspoon will serve as the sideline reporter.

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