Tomorrow night the San Francisco 49ers will be playing division rival St. Louis Rams on primetime Thursday Night Football on the NFL Network. Both teams are coming in 1-2 and will be hoping to avoid falling 1-3 and even farther behind the Seahawks and the rest of the NFC. Since the AFL-NFL merger only 21 teams have made the playoffs after starting 1-3, therefore a lot is riding on Thursday’s game, a lot more than just bragging rights.
Thursday’s game will start at 7:30 CT and will be televised on the NFL Network with Brad Nessler and Mike Mayock on the call. The game can also be found on NFL mobile. If you dont have NFL Network and cant get to the Edward Jones Dome itself or a buddy’s house, you can also get NFL.com audio pass, cathc the game on SiriusXM radio channel 88, or catch the game later of NFL.com’s game rewind. Also I really encourage you guys to come check in at fandio.com even if you are watching the game at home. It’s completely free to sign up and listen. I will be doing some play by play broadcasting as well as commenting on the game and giving some analysis. Feel free to come join me and give your take as well.
Tomorrow’s game will decide which direction the Rams’ season is going to go. Starting the first quarter of the season 2-2 or 1-3 is a big difference. This game is going to be a good one as both games last season went deep into overtime. This game is going to be low scoring and the smallest mistake could decide who come out on top. So what will happen Rams fans, will the Rams find their identity and play to their potential, or will the 49ers get back to what got them to the Super Bowl last season? Find out tomorrow night. Go Rams!