Dolphins at Rams Live Stream: Watch NFL Online
The Miami Dolphins face the Los Angeles Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in NFL Week 11. Here’s all you need to watch online.
It’s finally time to see what Jared Goff is made of. The Los Angeles Rams mercifully benched Case Keenum this week in favor of the rookie and 2016 No. 1 overall pick. Now the quarterback has a lot to to live up to in NFL Week 11. Unfortunately for him, he’s being thrown to the wolves. The Rams welcome a scorching hot Miami Dolphins team to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Sunday.
During the preseason, to say Goff struggled would be an understatement. He panicked under duress and the game seemed to fast for him. However, another rookie in Carson Wentz struggled as well and the Eagles signal-caller has enjoyed a great rookie year. Perhaps the bigger key for LA, though, will be with Aaron Donald in the defense. The Dolphins are depleted on the offensive line, so the front-seven of the Rams can try to exploit that and control the game with defense.
You have to wonder how the O-line injuries for the Dolphins will affect Jay Ajayi. The second-year running back has been a monster since becoming the starter. However, the line has been good in front of him. With injuries, that could spell trouble for both he and Ryan Tannehill. Miami too may rely on their defense with Ndamukong Suh leading the way to help carry them to victory.
This game will be the lone late-broadcast on FOX and only in select markets. Live streaming, however, will be available through NFL Sunday Ticket and Sunday Ticket.TV. Access the stream online or through the app using a paid subscription to the service.
Details for Sunday’s game are below:
Date: Sunday, November 20
Start Time: 4:05 p.m. ET
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Stadium: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket
Expectations for Goff are all over the place for his first start. Some expect him to flop while others think he may spark the Rams offense. However, the Dolphins are rolling right now and that might be the bigger issue for LA than anything their rookie quarterback does.