The Los Angeles Rams appear to be rebounding nicely from a winless November. They’ve won their last two games, a 37-7 laugher over the Jaguars and 30-23 win over the Cardinals on “Monday Night Football” last week. Now they have another divisional game against Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks. Seahawks-Rams games can always get a little whacky, so nothing is set in stone, but at 5-8 it’s been a hard season for Seattle.
To their credit, the Seahawks are still winning games they ostensibly should. They’ve won their last two to claw back to 5-8, miraculously just a game out of being really in the No. 7 hunt. With games remaining against the Bears and Lions, the Seahawks have a very legitimate chance of playing for something in Week 18 against the Cardinals. Depending on how things fall, the Cardinals may not even be playing their starters in that game, though they’re tied up in a race that makes that unlikely.
For the Rams, Matthew Stafford had one of his best games last week against Arizona. He had his third straight three-touchdown game, the third time in his career he’s achieved that feat and the second time this season. More impressively, he has just one interception over that span. At 9-4, the Rams are just outside of the NFC’s top teams, looking to break in alongside Green Bay, Arizona, and Tampa Bay.
When these teams played earlier this year in Seattle, the Rams had a 26-17 win. However, Wilson was injured part-way through that game after Aaron Donald hurt his finger on a throw. A full game of Wilson may change the equation for Seattle, but one thing is for certain: Every game is a must-win for the Seahawks from here on out, and a loss to the Rams Sunday might be the death knell in what’s been a trying year for Seattle.
This game was originally meant to be played on Sunday, but due to a high number of positive COVID-19 tests it was postponed to Tuesday by the league. In a statement about the postponement, the NFL stated: “We have made these schedule changes based on medical advice and after discussion with the NFLPA as we are seeing a new, highly transmissible form of the virus this week resulting in a substantial increase in cases across the league.” Jalen Ramsey was activated to the roster on Saturday after a negative test.
Here’s what you need to know to watch Seahawks vs. Rams this Sunday, including kickoff time, TV channels, and the full Week 15 NFL schedule.
What channel is Rams vs. Seahawks on today?
- TV channel (national): Fox
- TV channel (Seattle): KCPQ
- TV channel (Los Angeles): KTTV
- Live Stream: Fox Sports Go, fuboTV
Rams vs. Seahawks will be broadcast regionally on local Fox affiliate channels in Week 15. Chris Myers and Daryl Johnston are calling this game for Fox, with Jen Hale on the sidelines. Mike Pereira will be providing analysis for Fox.
You can find the Seahawks’ away broadcast on SiriusXM channel 381, while the Rams’ home broadcast airs on channel 225.
In Canada, viewers can watch 49ers vs. Falcons with a subscription to DAZN, which includes every NFL game.
Rams vs. Seahawks start time
- Date: Tuesday, Dec. 21
- Kickoff: 7 p.m. ET, 4 p.m. PT
Rams vs. Seahawks is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT) on Tuesday after it was moved from Sunday. The Western United States, Kansas City, and Midwestern markets will have access to this game, while other markets will get the also-postponed Washington Football Team vs. Eagles game.
Los Angeles Rams schedule 2021
|1||Sept. 12||vs. Bears||8:20 p.m. ET||NBC|
|2||Sept. 19||at Colts||1 p.m. ET||Fox|
|3||Sept. 26||vs. Buccaneers||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
|4||Oct. 3||vs. Cardinals||4:05 p.m. ET||Fox|
|5||Oct. 7 (Thursday)||at Seahawks||8:20 p.m. ET||Fox/NFLN/Amazon|
|6||Oct. 17||at Giants||1 p.m. ET||Fox|
|7||Oct. 24||vs. Lions||4:05 p.m. ET||Fox|
|8||Oct. 31||at Texans||1 p.m. ET||Fox|
|9||Nov. 7||vs. Titans||8:20 p.m. ET||NBC|
|10||Nov. 15 (Monday)||at 49ers||8:15 p.m. ET||ESPN|
|12||Nov. 28||at Packers||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
|13||Dec. 5||vs. Jaguars||4:25 p.m. ET||CBS|
|14||Dec. 13 (Monday)||at Cardinals||8:15 p.m. ET||ESPN|
|15||Dec. 21||vs. Seahawks||7 p.m. ET||Fox|
|16||Dec. 26||at Vikings||1 p.m. ET||Fox|
|17||Jan. 2||at Ravens||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
|18||Jan. 9||vs. 49ers||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
Seattle Seahawks schedule 2021
|1||Sept. 12||at Colts||1 p.m. ET||Fox|
|2||Sept. 19||vs. Titans||4:25 p.m. ET||CBS|
|3||Sept. 26||at Vikings||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
|4||Oct. 3||at 49ers||4:05 p.m. ET||Fox|
|5||Oct. 7 (Thursday)||vs. Rams||8:20 p.m. ET||Fox/NFLN/Amazon|
|6||Oct. 17||at Steelers||8:20 p.m. ET||NBC|
|7||Oct. 25 (Monday)||vs. Saints||8:15 p.m.||ESPN|
|8||Oct. 31||vs. Jaguars||4:05 p.m. ET||CBS|
|10||Nov. 14||at Packers||4:25 p.m. ET||CBS|
|11||Nov. 21||vs. Cardinals||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
|12||Nov. 29 (Monday)||at Washington||8:15 p.m. ET||ESPN|
|13||Dec. 5||vs. 49ers||8:20 p.m. ET||NBC|
|14||Dec. 12||at Texans||1 p.m. ET||Fox|
|15||Dec. 21||at Rams||7 p.m. ET||Fox|
|16||Dec. 26||vs. Bears||4:05 p.m. ET||Fox|
|17||Jan. 2||vs. Lions||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
|18||Jan. 9||at Cardinals||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|