St. Louis Rams vs. Minnesota Vikings: Broadcast Schedule, Live Stream, Start Time, & More


The St. Louis Rams, who are an impressive 3-1 since rookie first-rounder Todd Gurley took over as the starting running back, will visit Minnesota and will attempt to maintain a winning record at the latest point in the year since Week 10 of the 2004 season. It won’t be an easy task for the Rams, who will have to contend with a Vikings team that has won three straight and is 5-2 to begin the season.

Under very different circumstances, the Rams and Vikings met up in the opener of the 2014 regular season. With Shaun Hill (who got injured and was later replaced by Austin Davis) starting at quarterback for the Rams and Matt Cassel starting for the Vikings, the Rams’ defense got off to a rough start and couldn’t contain a Vikings offense that was sparked by wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson. Now with both teams possessing their quarterbacks of the future, Nick Foles and Teddy Bridgewater, and both defenses having developed to the point of dominance, Sunday’s game should be a much more intriguing matchup.

Sunday’s game will pit two of the NFL’s best running backs, Gurley and the Vikings’ Adrian Peterson against each other. It may even represent a passing of the torch of sorts, as the 30-year-old Peterson is on the downside of a possible Hall of Fame career, while the 21-year-old Gurley is just starting his NFL journey and already singlehandedly driving his offense to success.

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Through three games against the Rams during his nine-season career, Peterson is averaging 5.93 yards per carry, the most he has against any NFC team. In a best-case scenario, it would help the Rams to be able to hold Peterson to the type of performance he put up against them last year in his only game of the 2014 season. In that contest, Peterson had a pedestrian 21 carries for 75 yards and no touchdowns, as well as two catches for 18 yards.

Here’s some info that you’ll want to know before you tune into Sunday’s Rams-Vikings contest:

Where: TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

When: 12:00 PM CT, Sunday, November 8, 2015

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TV Broadcast: Sunday’s game will be broadcast on FOX TV, with play-by-play announcer Thom Brennaman, color commentator Charles Davis, and sideline analyst Tony Siragusa calling the action.

Radio Broadcast: The game will air 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 Rams defensive tackle D’€™Marco Farr will add analysis, and longtime linebacker Will Witherspoon will report from the sidelines.

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