Watch Thursday Night Football Live Streaming Minnesota Vikings vs Los Angeles Rams Live Online Week 04 match will be kick off at LA Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California, United States, Thursday 27 September 2018 Online, Time 08:20 pm (ET) and its broadcast CBS, ESPN, NFL Network Online.
We are less than 24 hours away from kickoff between the Minnesota Vikings and the Los Angeles Rams from the west coast, folks. We’ve had a bit of a short turnaround and a lot of bad news come down the pike since the purple were last on the field. . .well, including the last time the purple were on the field. . .but now it’s time to attempt to focus on the business of football.
This is a prime time contest, so the coverage is going to be a little bit different. With that, let’s get into all of the details right here.
This year, Thursday Night Football is on the FOX Network, which is KSTP-9 in the Twin Cities. For everyone outside of the Twin Cities. . .do you have a TV? Do you have a FOX affiliate? Okay, because that’s what channel the game will be on. It will also be on the NFL Network, if that’s your preference. Kickoff time is scheduled for 7:20 PM Central time, and the play-by-play will be handled by Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. . .if you want it to be.
For all of our friends in the United Kingdom, you can find this one on Sky Sports, more specifically on both Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Main Event. Kickoff time for this one is scheduled for 1:20 AM Friday morning UK time.
For our men and women in uniform overseas, the American Forces Network will be showing this one live and. . .well, you might want to make sure you’ve got some coffee available. Coverage on AFN Sports starts at 0100Z on Friday morning. That’s a kickoff time of 0200L for folks in Central Europe, 0430L for everyone in Afghanistan, and 0900L for fans in Japan and Korea.
The Los Angeles Rams (3-0) host the Minnesota Vikings (1-1-1) on Thursday Night Football in Week 4. The Rams, fresh off the “Fight for LA” victory against the Chargers on Sunday, look to remain undefeated. The Vikings will look to bounce back from a lopsided, and unexpected, home loss at the hands of the Buffalo Bills. Can the Rams, who are dinged up on defense, secure victory in primetime?
After three impressive wins in a row by double digits, the Los Angeles Rams will arguably face their most difficult challenge to date on Thursday when they host the Minnesota Vikings, in a game that could very well end up being an early playoff preview. While expectations were high for the Rams entering 2018 after all of their key offseason additions, the Vikings were right up there with them after reaching the NFC Championship last January along with the fact they seemed to have upgraded at quarterback with Kirk Cousins.
Based off early indications, there’s a good chance this battle between Los Angeles and Minnesota could end up being a high-scoring affair that goes right down to the wire in the fourth quarter, which from a football fan perspective, would be absolutely awesome. Then again, just because the Rams have seen a ton of success so far in September doesn’t necessarily mean they’re guaranteed to have their way on Thursday when facing the Vikings since there are plenty of factors that could work against them.
This is the first streaming game of the season (out of 11) for the Amazon Prime service, as we told you yesterday. That will give you a few different play-by-play options, should you desire to use them. Otherwise, there are several legal subscription services that are available in order to stream the game legally. Among them are Fubo.tv, USTVNow, and Sling TV. If you’re overseas, your best bet is going to be NFL GamePass.
Since it has recently been brought up, I want to make it perfectly clear that streams from Reddit or other places are not. . .I repeat, not. . .legal. If you’d like to argue about that, you can argue it somewhere else, because the moderators won’t listen to that garbage. Until Reddit, or anywhere else, has a deal with the National Football League, those streams are illegal and not welcome to be put up on this site. If you want to use them, go find them on your own and don’t be plastering them in the comments section here unless you’d rather not be in the comments of the Game Thread. . .or any other thread. . .here at DN.
That should be all of the information you need in order to keep track of all the action from the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum between the Minnesota Vikings and Los Angeles Rams on Sunday afternoon. We’ll have our Open Thread for the first quarter up about an hour before kickoff or so, and we hope that you’ll join us here for all of the fun!