Here’s all the information you need to catch the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Rams in Week 12.
It’s amazing how much can change about a matchup in the course of a few months. For NFL fans, instead of a showdown between Super Bowl powers coming up in Week 12, it looks like perhaps one of the single most lopsided games of the entire season is going down at Arrowhead this Sunday afternoon.
The Rams look absolutely lost in 2022 following their win in last season’s Super Bowl. It’s worth going all-in if a team can indeed make it there, but there’s also no way around the misery that comes from making all short-term investments once the longer-term starts to arrive.
It doesn’t help the Rams that they’ve also just been incredible unlucky with injuries this season. Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp are likely both out for the Rams in this game. If you’re still interested in this game, you either love to watch a dumpster fire or you’re a Chiefs fan.
How to Watch Rams vs. Chiefs
You can watch the Rams’ visit to Arrowhead on Sunday by turning on FOX.
How to Stream Rams vs. Chiefs
Our favorite streaming provider comes via our friends at FUBO. You can also stream the game on the Fox Sports app and NFL+ is also available.
How to Listen To Rams vs. Chiefs
Local listeners can always catch all the action on Chiefs Radio via WDAF-FM 106.5. Make sure to also check out SiriusXM.
Rams vs. Chiefs Kickoff Time & Location
The Titans and Chiefs will officially kick off at 3:25 p.m. at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.
Rams vs. Chiefs Predictions
If football is often won or lost in the trenches, the Rams look screwed at this point. The Chiefs don’t have the perfect defensive front, but Chris Jones has been a menace and the Rams offensive line might be the worst in the game. When you add in a backup quarterback and a lack of meaningful targets, how can L.A. expect to match the Chiefs’ offensive prowess? Chiefs 31, Rams 9.
What is the weather for Rams vs. Chiefs?
The weather for Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium should be ideal for a fall game with a temperature of 50 and clear skies.
Rams vs. Chiefs history
It feels a bit odd to reference the history between these teams simply because they hardly ever see one another. The Chiefs lead the all-time series with a 7-5 record, but the Rams also won the last matchup back in 2018, which was one of the single most exciting NFL games ever as L.A. somehow walked away with a 54-51 final. Other than that win, the Rams’ previous win in the series was back in 1994.