Rams vs Seahawks live streaming

Rams vs Seahawks live streaming

Who’s Playing
Seattle Seahawks (home) vs. Los Angeles Rams (away)

Current records: Seattle 2-2; L.A. Rams 4-0

How To Watch
When: Sunday at 4:25 PM ET
Where: CenturyLink Field, Washington
Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App

The Rams are a big 7 point favorite against the Seahawks.

This season, Seattle are 1-2-1 against the spread. As for L.A. Rams, they are 3-0-1 against the spread

The Rams are off to a 4-0 start in which they have scored at least 33 points in each game and their smallest margin of victory is seven. The rebuilding Seahawks (2-2) return home on a two-game winning streak (Cowboys, Cardinals). The Rams are 7.5-point favorites and the over-under for total points scored is 50.


Series History
L.A. Rams have won 4 out of their last 6 games against Seattle.

2017 – Seattle Seahawks 7 vs. Los Angeles Rams 42
2017 – Los Angeles Rams 10 vs. Seattle Seahawks 16
2016 – Seattle Seahawks 24 vs. Los Angeles Rams 3
2016 – Los Angeles Rams 9 vs. Seattle Seahawks 3
2015 – Seattle Seahawks 17 vs. Los Angeles Rams 23
2015 – Los Angeles Rams 34 vs. Seattle Seahawks 31

he Rams vs Seahawks return to a usual Sunday schedule this weekend after a primetime Thursday night showdown with the Vikings. In Week 5, they’ll take on the Seahawks in Seattle, seeking a remarkable 5-0 start.

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To get you ready for Week 5 of the regular season, we’ve compiled all the important gameday information – from streaming information to the officiating crew on Sunday.

It’s a battle of the NFC West when the Los Angeles Rams head to Seattle to face off against the Seattle Seahawks. One is the former favorite and a forgotten contender while the other is undefeated and an early favorite for Super Bowl LIII. How the tables have turned for the two franchises but let’s get into what we can expect from both teams before Sunday’s matchup.

For years, the Seattle Seahawks were the favorites in the NFC West. With Russell Wilson at the helm and former players like Marshawn Lynch and Jermaine Kearse at his disposal, their offense was crazy. Coupled with the Legion of Boom, the Seahawks were unstoppable and now they’re just abysmal.

With the Seahawks poor o-line play and loss of Earl Thomas, the team is struggling to win a game. With a 1-3 record, they’re no longer kings of the NFC West and it’s sad to watch the franchise fall so fast. Right now, the Seahawks just have to try and hope for the best.

The opposite can be said about the Los Angeles Rams. The team is easily one of the most talked about and improved teams in the league. Their defense is stellar featuring some of the biggest names in football while the offense has arguably some of the best receivers. The Rams are becoming superstars and we’re just all along for the ride.

If there was any doubt that the Rams (4-0) had established themselves as the top team in the N.F.C. in the first quarter of the season, it is now gone. They’re getting so much respect, they’re favored by a touchdown in the hostile confines of Seattle’s CenturyLink Field. The Rams have an offense every bit as exciting as Kansas City’s, and the potential for a blowout is certainly there, but the Seahawks (2-2) have always played so much better at home and should be able to keep the game respectable, even with Earl Thomas out with a broken leg.

The Rams are flying high on offense, and will be rested after playing last Thursday. The Seahawks are coming off a solid defensive game last week against Arizona, but this is a much tougher challenge. Seattle plays much better at home, and I think that will help them keep this one closer than expected. Rams take it, but it’s tight.

Can the Seahawks slow down Jared Goff without Earl Thomas? They slowed Goff and the aerial circus last year in Seattle (with Thomas), mostly because the Rams were up five scores and didn’t have to throw. Goff only dropped back 23 times in that game while watching Todd Gurley, Malcolm Brown and Co. carry the ball 43 times for 244 yards and three touchdowns. With Thomas out for the Seahawks, there is no reason for Rams coach Sean McVay to pump the brakes on the most lethal passing attack in pro football. Noise could play a role — if it does, turn around and hand the ball to No. 30. Seattle’s run defense has stunk thus far (27th in the NFL). As for the other side, Russell Wilson isn’t taking off much these days, averaging a scant 2.8 carries per game. He might need to triple that figure for the Seahawks to stay in this one.

Heading into week 5, the Rams are heavy favorites and rightfully so. They’re one of the youngest albeit best teams in the NFL. Right now, the Seahawks are just a small stop on their continued dominance of the league. If everything goes to plan, the undefeated streak should continue.

What to Know
On Sunday the Rams take on Seattle at 4:25 p.m. The Rams will be hoping to continue their now three-game streak of scoring more points each contest than the last.

The Rams were able to grind out a solid victory over Minnesota last Thursday, winning 38-31. No one put up better numbers for the Rams than Jared Goff, who brought his A game into the match. He passed for 465 yards and 5 touchdowns.

Meanwhile, after losing to Arizona the last time they met, Seattle decided to demonstrate that turnabout is fair play. Seattle came out on top in a nail-biter against Arizona, sneaking past 20-17. The success made it back-to-back wins for Seattle.

Everything came up roses for the Rams against Seattle the last time the two teams met as the squad secured a 42-7 win. Will the Rams repeat their success, or does Seattle have a better game plan this time around ? We’ll find out soon enough.

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