What channel is Rams vs. Vikings on today? Time, TV schedule for NFL Week 16 game

The NFC’s No. 7 seed is the hottest product in the NFL right now, and right now he belongs to the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings took care of business on “Monday Night Football” against the Bears last week, winning 17-9 at Soldier Field. The defense did enough to win, as the Vikings’ offense stayed under 200 yards. Three fumbles recovered gave the Vikings the advantage they needed to win, but they face a much more potent offense this week in Matthew Stafford and the Rams.

The Rams stayed cool in their impromptu primetime showdown Tuesday against the Seahawks, taking more than half of it to really get rolling. Sony Michel ended up making the difference, racking up 92 yards on 18 carries. Michel has become a strong component of the Los Angeles offense and has given them another dimension in the running game. Cooper Kupp was who he’s been all year, hitting another nine receptions for 136 yards and a pair of touchdowns while still uncovering.

Los Angeles has a golden opportunity this week as the Cardinals attempt to process their loss to the Lions with a game against the always tough Colts. There hasn’t been a time since Week 3 that the NFC West has felt more attainable for them, so now would be the ideal time to attack. Of course that is easier said than done, particularly against a team as temperamental as Minnesota.

Unfortunately for the Vikings, the Rams play the race very well. That means the onus could fall on Kirk Cousins ​​to be the one to make a difference in this game. It’s no small feat when Aaron Donald lines up in front of your offensive line, but the Vikings must keep winning. They have arguably the toughest schedule of any team still in the NFC’s picture, and it won’t be any easier next week against the Packers at Lambeau Field. Every game is key now, and hope the Minnesota game on Sunday reflects that.

Here’s what you need to know to watch Rams vs. Vikings this Sunday, including start time, TV channels and the full NFL Week 16 schedule.

What channel is Rams vs. Vikings today?

  • TV channel (national): Fox
  • Television channel (Los Angeles): KTTV
  • Television channel (Minnesota): KMSP
  • Live broadcast: Fox Sports Go, fuboTV

Rams vs. Vikings will air regionally on local Fox affiliate channels in Week 16. Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth are at Fox’s Minnesota booth, and Shannon Spake handles secondary reporting. Mike Pereira will act as rules analyst for Fox.

You can find the Rams remote broadcast on SiriusXM channel 387, while the Vikings home broadcast airs on channel 231.

In Canada, viewers can watch Rams vs. Vikings with a DAZN subscription, including all NFL games.

Rams vs. Vikings

  • Date: Sunday December 26
  • Kick off: 1 p. M. EST, 10 a. M. PST

Rams vs. Vikings is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. ET Sunday. The North and West of the United States will have this game in the Fox opening slot, with the notable exception of the Pacific Northwest, which will host Seahawks vs. Bears later in the day.

Los Angeles Rams 2021 Schedule

Week Date Adversary Start time TV
one September 12 against bears 8:20 pm ET NBC
two September 19th in Colts 1 p. M. ET Fox
3 September 26 against buccaneers 4:25 pm ET Fox
4 October 3 against cardinals 4:05 pm ET Fox
5 October 7 (Thursday) in Seahawks 8:20 pm ET Fox / NFLN / Amazon
6 October the 17th in the giants 1 p. M. ET Fox
7 October 24th against lions 4:05 pm ET Fox
8 31 October Texans 1 p. M. ET Fox
9 November 7 against titans 8:20 pm ET NBC
10 November 15 (Monday) in 49ers 8:15 pm ET ESPN
eleven BYE
12 November 28 in Packers 4:25 pm ET Fox
13 December 5th against jaguars 4:25 pm ET CBS
14 December 13 (Monday) in the cardinals 8:15 pm ET ESPN
fifteen December 21 against Seahawks 7 pm ET Fox
sixteen December 26 in the vikings 1 p. M. ET Fox
17 January 2 in crows 4:25 pm ET Fox
18 January 9th against 49ers 4:25 pm ET Fox

2021 Minnesota Vikings Schedule

Week Date Adversary Start time TV
one September 12 in Bengals 1 p. M. ET FOX
two September 19th in the cardinals 4:05 pm ET FOX
3 September 26 against Seahawks 4:25 pm ET FOX
4 October 3 against browns 1 p. M. ET FOX
5 October 10th against lions 1 p. M. ET FOX
6 October the 17th in Panthers 1 p. M. ET FOX
7 October 24th Bye
8 31 October against cowboys 8:20 pm ET NBC
9 November 7 in crows 1 p. M. ET FOX
10 November 14th in the chargers 4:05 pm ET FOX
eleven November 21 against packers 1 p. M. ET FOX
12 November 25 in 49ers 4:25 pm ET FOX
13 December 5th in the lions 1 p. M. ET CBS
14 December 9 against Steelers 8:20 pm ET NFL / FOX
fifteen December 20th in Bears 8:15 pm ET ESPN
sixteen December 26 against rams 1 p. M. ET FOX
17 January 2 in Packers 8:20 pm ET NBC
18 January 9th against bears 1 p. M. ET FOX