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Jaguars vs. Rams, Week 5: TV schedule, online, streaming, radio and more

The skidding Rams look to get back on track against the downright awful Jaguars.

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Reeling from three consecutive losses, the St. Louis Rams get some much-needed relief as they take on the winless Jacksonville Jaguars this weekend.

The Rams were blown out at home last Thursday by the 49ers, and their Week 1 win over the Cardinals must feel a long time ago. After connecting on 71.1 percent of his passes in that opening win, quarterback Sam Bradford has completed at an unimpressive 55.6 rate in the three games since, and looked bewildered last week against San Francisco's defense.

Of course, the Rams struggling offense looks like the Denver Broncos compared to the hapless Jaguars, who rank dead last in total offense and points per game. Battling injuries and with no threat of a passing attack to open up the field, Maurice Jones-Drew has only 138 yards rushing and one score through four games.

Game Date/Time

Sunday, Oct. 6, 1 p.m. ET


Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Mo.

TV Schedule

St. Louis: KMOV 4
Jacksonville: WTEV 47

Watch Online

A DirecTV Sunday Ticket subscription offers the best chance to watch the game online, which means you either need to be out of their market or you had to have purchased the Madden NFL 25 Anniversary Edition from Amazon. If you've got NFL Game Rewind you can catch the game after it airs.

If you're out of the United States, then you can use NFL Game Pass to watch the games.

Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required).

Distribution Map

Radio Schedule

St. Louis: WXOS 101.1 FM 
Jacksonville: WOKV 104.5 FM

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