Philadelphia Eagles vs Los Angeles Rams: How to watch, radio call

GLENDALE, AZ - DECEMBER 03: Running back Todd Gurley
GLENDALE, AZ - DECEMBER 03: Running back Todd Gurley /

You can catch Sunday afternoon’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Los Angeles Rams from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on television, radio and online, and we’ve got the information on how you can do so.

The Philadelphia Eagles are 10-2, but if you look around the NFL or visit social media, it doesn’t seem like it. Some, following a tough loss to the Seattle Seahawks, are acting as though the season is already over. It’s amazing right? Did we mention this team is 10-2?

Here’s where some of that fear comes from. Philly now trails the Minnesota Vikings for the top spot in the conference, and a worthy Los Angeles Rams opponent sits on the horizon. Wins and losses are crucial now. The Eagles were viewed by many as the NFC’s best team.

Now, we’re wondering if they might be playing in the Wildcard Playoff round when the season concludes. That’s just how tight things have gotten down the stretch.

Here’s a quick preview courtesy of the NFL via their YouTube page.

Here’s how you can access Sunday afternoon’s game:

Live and on television:

Date: Sunday, December 10th
Start Time: 4:25 PM EST
Location: Los Angeles, California
Venue: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
TV: WTXF FOX29 in Philadelphia (live), KTTV FOX11 in Los Angeles (live) or you can watch on DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket. That’s the best way for most out of market viewers. There’s also a Sunday Ticket App for cellular streaming.
Online Stream: You’ve got a ton of options for this one. There’s NFL Game Pass (They have a seven-day free trial), on DirecTV’s Sunday Ticket Stream or on fuboTV (They have a seven-day free trial as well). Don’t forget about FOX Sports Go either. Did we mention that there are a ton of options?

The Fox Broadcast:

Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles /

Philadelphia Eagles

This is FOX’s Game of the Week. It will be called by Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. Erin Andrews will handle the sideline reporting.

 Local Radio Outlets:

If in the Philadelphia area and unable to watch the game live, you can always tune into SportsRadio 94 WIP-FM. The call will be handled by the legendary Merrill Reese with Mike Quick, as it always is. Howard Eskin will handle sideline duty. For a full list of WIP-FM show listings, click here.

If listening in or around Los Angeles, tune in to KWKW 1330 AM, ESPN 710 AM or KCBS 93.1 FM. J.B. Long handles the play-by-play, Maurice Jones-Drew handles the color commentary. D’Marco Farr is the sideline reporter.

National Radio:

The national radio broadcast will be carried on Sports USALarry Kahn and Hank Bauer will call the game there. Troy West is the sideline reporter.

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When the first set of games kick off at 1 PM EST, the oddsmakers will be split. PINNACLE, 5Dimes and BETONLINE favor the Rams by one point. BOVADA, on the other hand, favors the Eagles by one point.

ITI’s predictions:

Geoffrey Knox: Eagles 27 – Rams 21

Justin Grasso: Eagles 24 – Rams 21