How to Watch the Rams vs Seahawks on December 27, 2020




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Week 16 of the NFL season will see a matchup between two divisional rivals when the Los Angeles Rams travel to Lumen Field to take on the Seattle Seahawks. This game will have huge playoff implications and may possibly decide the winner of the NFC West. When these two teams played on November 15 in Los Angeles, the Rams squeaked out a 23-16 win.

Due to restrictions on gatherings, there will not be any fans in attendance; however, you can find out how to watch the game below.

When to watch Rams vs. Seahawks

Kickoff for the Rams vs. Seahawks will be at 4:25 PM ET on Sunday, December 27, 2020, on FOX.

How to watch Rams vs. Seahawks

Most cord cutters can watch FOX for free with an antenna. AntennaWeb is a great tool you can use to see if FOX is available in your area and where to watch all of Sunday’s action with your antenna.

If you’re subscribed to a live TV streaming service, check out the chart below that has all the information you need to find out how to stream the game live on FOX.

ChannelATT TV Now (*Starts at $55/mo.)Fubo TV (*Starts at $64.99/mo.)Hulu + Live TV (*Starts $64.99/mo.)Sling TV (*Starts at $30/mo.)Youtube TV (*Starts at $64.99/mo.)Vidgo (*Starts at $40/mo.)

*Pricing, network availability, and blackout restrictions may vary based on plan and subscriber’s location.

For those who do not live in a market that will be showing the game on FOX, you can stream the game live with Directv’s NFL Sunday Ticket. We’ve detailed NFL Sunday Ticket and its requirements in the past, but the service starts at $23.49/mo. for college students, and $73.49/mo. for everyone else. With Sunday Ticket you get access to every game this season as well.

Our prediction: Rams sweep the Seahawks in the season series 26-21.

This game is going to come down to quarterback play. Both teams have stellar defenses and solid offensive players at the skill positions. Seahawks QB Russell Wilson was playing at an MVP level earlier in the season when Seattle was 5-0. Since their Week 6 bye, Wilson has thrown 9 of his 12 picks. Whereas Rams QB Jared Goff hasn’t played at a high level like Wilson,  but the Rams do not need him to for them to win. Wilson has been the better QB of the two, however; the Rams have played better as a complete team, and as long as Goff plays good enough, the Rams will sweep Seattle for the season.

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