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49ers vs. Rams, Thursday Night Football: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming and more

The St. Louis Rams make their prime debut for the 2013 season with a tough division matchup against the visiting 49ers.


Two teams with big expectations, two teams with disappointing results so far. The San Francisco 49ers land in St. Louis this week for the Thursday night game against the Rams. The winner will be one step closer to getting their season back on track and trying to keep pace with the high flying Seahawks in the NFC West.

The Rams and the 49ers have a long rivalry. However, it's tapered off in recent seasons with both teams in various states of flux. The 2012 49ers, the NFC Champs, stumbled against the Rams last year. The first meeting, in San Francisco, ended in a draw. The second one, the Rams emerged victorious after a double overtime thriller.

Both of these teams are talented. And  they matchup well, ideally anyway, on the offensive and defensive lines. The Rams controlled the trenches last year, and will need to again this year to get an edge and point the team's trend line back in the right direction.

It has all the ingredients for a good game.

Game Date/Time

Thursday, Sept. 26, 8:25 p.m. ET


Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Mo.

TV Schedule

NFL Network

International broadcasts

International viewers can watch the game live with a subscription to NFL Game Pass.

Watch Online

Viewers with an associated television subscription can watch NFL Network live online by authenticating their account on NFL Online. Then, they will be able to watch online and on an array of mobile devices using the Watch NFL Network app. Limited highlights and live action look-ins are also available on without a subscription.

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

Distribution Map

Radio Schedule

Rams: WXOS 101.1 ESPN

49ers: KSAN 107.7

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