St. Louis Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers: Broadcast Schedule, Live Stream, Start Time, & More


The St. Louis Rams host the division rival San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, looking to go above .500 and have a winning record at the latest point in a season since the seventh game of 2006. It will be a major test for an emerging young Rams team, as a win is expected against a torn apart and struggling 49ers team that currently sits at 2-5. The Rams haven’t always had success, however, against teams that they should beat.

In Week 2, the Rams took an embarrassing 24-10 loss to the Washington Redskins which killed lots of the momentum from an impressive Week 1 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. That loss followed a pattern established in 2014, when the Rams’ previously dominant defense allowed 37 points to a New York Giants team that went on to finish 6-10, and the team blew late-game chances against beatable Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers, and Arizona Cardinals teams. If the Rams are to show that they’re truly a playoff-worthy team this year, they’ll need to keep the momentum going against a 49ers team that frankly just is not very good during 2015.

The Rams’ run defense, which has been less effective than the pass defense this year, will have some of the pressure taken off since 49ers starting running back Carlos Hyde has been ruled out for Sunday’s game with a foot injury. Veteran journeyman Reggie Bush and rookie Mike Davis are expected to pick up the load in his absence on Sunday, and at least at face value, those two seem much less intimidating than the 6-foot, 240-pound Hyde.

Here’s some important info to know before you tune into Sunday’s NFC West matchup:

Where: Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, MO

When: 12:00 PM CT, Sunday, October 25, 2015

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TV Broadcast: Sunday’s game will be broadcast on FOX TV, with veteran play-by-play man Dick Stockton, former New York Giants offensive lineman David Diehl, and sideline reporter Kristina Pink calling the action.

Radio Broadcast: The game will be aired on the Rams Radio Network, the flagship of which is WXOS-101.1 ESPN in St. Louis. Steve Savard will call play-by-play, while former Ram D’€™Marco Farr will add analysis, and Will Witherspoon will serve as the sideline reporter.

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