Monday Night Football: Rams vs 49ers: Time and how to watch online and on TV
We’ve got a showdown in out in California. Here’s all you need to know about records, how they stack up against each other and where you can watch it all unfold.
Monday Night Football is upon us and we’ve got the breakdown of what you need to know for the 49ers vs Rams and how you can watch all the action!
How to watch 49ers vs Rams
With kickoff set for Monday 3rd, September at 8:15 p.m. ET, it’s going to be quite a game at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The San Francisco 49ers will be hosting the Los Angeles Rams in an all-California affair. If you’d like to watch the game on TV, then you will want to check out ESPN 2. On the other hand, if you’d prefer to stream the game then you can find it on FuboTV. Also remember to check in with us here on AS USA as we will be bringing you our live text coverage!
What to know about 49ers vs Rams
On the road for the second consecutive week, the Los Angeles Rams will be hoping to get the better of their neighbors when they head to Levi’s stadium on Monday night. With regards to their recent history, the teams were even with one win a piece last year: the San Francisco 49ers winning the first game 27-24 and the Rams taking the second 20-17. Where there most recent games are concerned, the Rams got the better of the Cardinals last Sunday in a 20-12 win. It should be said, that it wasn’t a particularly stellar game for Los Angeles, but it was encouraging to see both WR Cooper Kupp and RB Cam Akers get on the board.
On the other side of the divide, San Francisco just failed to get the win - they were close - as they fell to the Denver Broncos by the narrow margin of 11-10. Indeed, the game was as close as it was predicted to be by the oddsmakers. Yet, where narratives are concerned, there will undoubtedly be critique lingering about the play of QB Jimmy Garoppolo. That’s to say, it was below par. On the night Jimmy G did get a touchdown, but he also threw an interception and fumbled the ball once. Where the defense was concerned, it was slightly better with the unit registering four sacks for a loss of 24, however, it ultimately wasn’t enough. Record wise, the Rams are now 2-1 while the 49ers are the opposite with 1-2. As for how they enter the game, the Rams have only allowed one rushing touchdown and the 49ers have the fewest passing touchdowns allowed in the league. This one should be interesting.