St. Louis Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals: Broadcast Schedule, Live Stream, Start Time, & More


The Rams have fallen off a cliff in 2015, losing four straight after starting 4-3. Can they defy the odds and salvage some respectability on Sunday against Arizona?

The St. Louis Rams play their second game of the year against the division rival Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, and they’ll attempt to snap a four-game losing streak that has pretty much killed their season, which looked promising about a month ago as running back Todd Gurley was putting up 100-plus-yard performances on a weekly basis while the defense consistently limited the production of opposing offenses. Since suffering a myriad of injuries on both sides of the ball, however, the Rams have struggled mightily and are now just trying to do everything in their power to avoid losing out and going 4-12 this year.

Ending the streak will be mighty tough on Sunday, as the Rams are facing the first-place Arizona Cardinals (9-2). It’s worth noting, however, that the Rams did pull off a 24-22 win at Arizona on October 4, riding a 146-yard performance from Todd Gurley and a two-touchdown day from Tavon Austin to victory.

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The Rams are expected to get starting right tackle Rob Havenstein back Sunday against Arizona, and his return could pay rather significant dividends for Nick Foles as he attempts to stay out of the reach out of opposing defenders, particularly star defensive lineman Calais Campbell. However, starting defensive end Robert Quinn (back), cornerback Trumaine Johnson (thigh), and kicker Greg Zuerlein (hip)–as well as quarterback Case Keenum, who started one game before going down with what apparently is a rather serious concussion, and rookie guard/tackle Andrew Donnal, who was starting before suffering a knee injury–are all expected to miss Sunday’s game. With so many players out, it’s going to be exceptionally difficult for the Rams to hang with a Cardinals team that’s got the second-best record in the NFC, even considering the fact that they pulled off a victory against Arizona earlier this year.

Here’s some info that you’ll need to know before you tune into Sunday’s game:

Where: Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, MO

When: 12:00 PM CT, Sunday, December 6, 2015

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 duties, while former Rams defensive tackle D’€™Marco Farr will serve as the color commentator, and former Ram Will Witherspoon will be report from the sidelines.

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