The Rams will return to the Coliseum on Sunday after three-straight games on the road. In Week 10, Los Angeles will take on the Houston Texans. The game will be broadcast live on CBS with kickoff set for 1:05 p.m. In the L.A. market, the contest will be simulcast on both KCBS2 and KCAL9. Check below for all the information you need to watch Sunday's game:
- TELEVISION:The game will be available live on CBS with play-by-play provided by Ian Eagle with color analysis from Dan Fouts. Evan Washburn will be the sideline reporter. The contest will also be simulcast locally on both KCBS2 and KCAL 9.
- RADIO:Sunday's contest will be broadcast nationally on Westwood One Radio with play-by-play provided by Kevin Lee and Brady Poppinga. The game will also be available on ESPN LA English Radio on ESPN 710 AM and 100.3 The Sound FM (Play-by-play provided by: J.B. Long, Maurice Jones-Drew and D'Marco Farr). Plus, tune into 1330 AM for ESPN Deportes' live Spanish broadcast of the game with Troy Santiago and Ricardo Lopez on the call.
- ONLINE: The game will not be available live viaNFL Game Pass*. However, fans will still be able to watch replays of every game and so much more to sign up for your FREE 7-day trial and start getting unprecedented access to every game, all year long.
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