St. Louis Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks: Start Time, Live Stream, Broadcast Schedule, and More


Can the Rams continue on the road to 8-8 as they head into Seattle for an otherwise inconsequential late-season matchup?

The St. Louis Rams head into Seattle on Sunday afternoon, playing the first of two road games that will end their 2015 season (and perhaps their 21-season tenure in St. Louis). Unless you’re rooting for general good effort and the hope for the Rams’ first .500 season since 2006, there’s really not much to watch for on Sunday.

The 9-5 Seahawks wrapped up a fourth consecutive playoff berth last Sunday, while the Rams were mathematically eliminated from playoff contention. That means there won’t be any legitimate consequence to Sunday’s divisional matchup, though the lessening of pressure for the Seahawks–who are locked into a Wild Card spot–may make things a bit more manageable for the Rams. It will still be an unbelievably tough challenge, though; the Rams haven’t won a game in Seattle since January 8, 2005–which also, interestingly, was the Rams’ last playoff victory. In three consecutive season-ending Rams-Seahawks matchups at CenturyLink during which Seattle has already had a playoff spot locked up, the Seahawks have defeated the Rams three times by a combined score of 67-28.

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The Rams, who are 3-1 in NFC West play and defeated Seattle in the season opener at the Edward Jones Dome, will just have to cling to the momentum from their two-game winning streak and hope a slew of Seattle injuries can help them to victory. The Seahawks, who have already lost tight end Jimmy Graham and running back Thomas Rawls for the season, will definitely be without running back Marshawn Lynch on Sunday, and could also be without key contributors such as wide receiver Doug Baldwin, defensive lineman Michael Bennett, safety Kam Chancellor, and offensive tackle Russell Okung. With that said, the Rams aren’t exactly healthy at this point, either, with eight players on injured reserve and four more on this week’s injury report.

Here’s some key info that you’ll want to know if you plan on following along with Sunday’s divisional matchup:

Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA

When: 3:25 PM CT, Sunday, December 27, 2015

TV Broadcast: Thursday’s contest will air nationally on FOX TV. Chris Myers, who’s worked a solid chunk of the Rams’ games over the past decade, will handle play-by-play, while Ronde Barber will serve as the color commentator. Former golf reporter Holly Sonders will provide updates from the sidelines.

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Radio Broadcast: As usual, the game will air 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 Rams defensive tackle D’Marco Farr will serve as the color commentator. Former Rams linebacker Will Witherspoon will report from the sidelines.

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