Cardinals vs Rams Watch The Rams will travel across the pond this week after defeating the Jaguars in Week 6 to remain undefeated on the road. Sunday’s NFC West matchup against the Cardinals will be broadcast live on Fox. Kickoff at Twickenham Stadium in London is set for 10 a.m.
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The home of rugby will be turned into an American football venue in the third game played in London over the last month. TELEVISION: The game will be available live on Fox with play-by-play provided by Sam Rosen and color analysis from Ronde Barber. Kristina Pink will be the sideline reporter. Sunday’s contest will be broadcast on ESPN LA English Radio on ESPN 710 AM and 100.3 The Sound FM (Play-by-play and sideline reporting provided by: J.B. Long, D’Marco Farr, and Dani Klupenger). Plus, tune into 1330 AM for ESPN Deportes’ live Spanish broadcast of the game with Troy Santiago and Ricardo Lopez on the call.
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That is the latest kick-off for any of the London games this season with all the others taking place in the afternoon.
There are a limited number of tickets remaining for the game available throughMore than 80,000 fans were at Wembley for the Ravens vs Jags and Dolphins vs Saints earlier this year, and there will be another big NFL crowd at Twickenham this weekend.The 6pm slot fits in with the 1pm US eastern time slot of games with seven other contests happening at the same time across the United States.The two Wembley games kicked off at 2.30pm local time, which meant a 9.30am start for viewers on the US east coast.Next weekend’s Twickenham game will also be an early start.