St. Louis Rams vs. Detroit Lions: Broadcast Schedule, Live Stream, Start Time, & More


With a new offensive coordinator taking over, the St. Louis Rams will hope they can finally get a win over a Detroit Lions team that has also been invigorated by a coordinator change.

The St. Louis Rams have struggled immensely over the past month-and-a-half, losing five straight and scoring just 10 points in their past two games. That lack of offensive production cost offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti his job earlier this week, and the Rams will look for some new energy on Sunday as newly-promoted Rob Boras makes his playcalling debut against the Detroit Lions.

Interestingly, the best move that the Lions have made this year was firing offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi and promoting quarterbacks coach Jim Bob Cooter in late October. After holding a 1-6 record at the time of the coaching change, the Lions have won three of their past five, and very easily could have come away with a win over the Green Bay Packers last week had it not been for Aaron Rodgers‘ last-second Hail Mary pass.

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The Rams will be without two more starters on Sunday, as cornerback Janoris Jenkins, who suffered a concussion last week, and safety T.J. McDonald, who sustained a season-ending shoulder injury, will be out against Detroit. They join cornerback E.J. Gaines, linebacker Alec Ogletree, defensive end Robert Quinn, offensive guards Rodger Saffold and Jamon Brown, and wide receiver Stedman Bailey as players that the Rams expected to rely upon this year but will now be without against the Lions.

Where: Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, MO

When: 12:00 PM CT, Sunday, December 13, 2015

TV Broadcast: Sunday’s game will be aired on FOX TV, with play-by-play man Chris Myers, analyst and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive back Ronde Barber, and sideline reporter Jen Hale handling the call.

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Radio Broadcast: The game will be broadcasted 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 Rams Super Bowl champion D’€™Marco Farr will serve as the color commentator, and former Ram Will Witherspoon will be the sideline reporter.

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