The LA Rams barely have time to enjoy their first win of the season, as they must travel to face a familiar and formidable foe, the Philadelphia Eagles
The LA Rams must leave the familiarity of Los Angeles, California, and face another familiar setting. This week, the team must travel east, three time-zones ahead of the west coast, to take on a formidable foe, the Philadelphia Eagles.
The weekend weather will be almost ideal for football. The temperature ranges will be falling over the next seven days., from 77 degrees to a game day high of 64 degrees and quite sunny. The forecast also calls for steady winds from the northeast from 10 to 15 miles per hour. Despite the great weather, this game will be played in an empty stadium as well.
A nickel for Nickell’s thoughts
Of course, some 2019 LA Rams players are already in Philadelphia. Former slot cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman was signed by the Philadelphia Eagles as a free agent this off-season. He played 41 defensive snaps for the Eagles in their loss and recorded two tackles. While he had a modest impact against Washington, he is spilling his guts to the Eagles secondary. Of course, he is only doing what any player does in the NFL on a new team.
The fact is that the LA Rams have new personnel and a new offensive coordinator.
LA Rams – Philadelphia Eagles, what are the odds?
The books for the LA Rams – Philadelphia Eagles game opened with the LA Rams as
After the Eagles upset loss and the Rams upset victory, money began pouring into the LA Rams. The current line has the LA Rams favored by as much as 1.5 points.
LA Rams – Philadelphia Eagles, game time details:
Date: Sunday, September 20, 2020
Time: 10:00 am PT
Location: Lincoln Financial Field
What TV channel is the Rams-Eagles game on?
The game is the early game on Sunday and will be broadcast by Fox Sports.
How can I watch the Rams-Eagles game online?
You can stream the Sunday game on any number of streaming options by checking out the FoxSports.com website or the NFL App. Other streaming options can be found at SportingNews.com.
Will the Rams-Eagles game be broadcast via the radio?
You can catch the Rams on KSPN (710 AM) and KCBS-FM (93.1 FM). Other radio stations carry the Rams throughout the California listening area. You can also tune in via the internet by checking out Tunein.com/Los-Angeles-Rams. For a comprehensive list of affiliate radio stations, you can check out the team website here for a full list.
Injury reports: The official injury list for the Philadelphia Eagles is here.
LA Rams: OLB Terrell Lewis, LB Travin Howard, NT A’Shawn Robinson are out.
TE Gerald Everett reported back soreness but is expected to play.
Philadelphia Eagles: OG Brandon Brooks, LT Andre Dillard, WR Quez Watkins, WR Marquise Goodwin, TE Josh Perkins, DE Daeshon Hall, LB Jatavis Brown, DB Craig James, and DE Vinny Curry are out.
OT Lane Johnson (ankle), RB Miles Sanders (hamstring), DE Derek Barnett (Hamstring) were full participants in practice.
DT Jason Hargrave (hamstring, pectoral) and OT Jason Peters (knee) were limited participants in practice.
DT Fletcher Cox (rest), DE Brandon Graham (concussion), WR Desean Jackson (rest), and WR Alshon Jeffery (foot) did not practice.
How do I enjoy football this year with no stadium?
Be sure to check us out on the game day on Twitter: Ramblin Fan, and on our Facebook Page for pregame and post-game analysis. In the meantime, the Rams are getting ready for the first game of the season, and we’ve got a lot more ground to cover. Go Rams!