Today's Rams vs Chiefs live stream finds both teams headed in completely opposite directions. Kansas City has won four-straight to improve to (8-2), while the reigning Super Bowl Champion Rams have lost four-straight and dropped to (3-7) on the season. The Rams will look to break their trend as Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs try to continue theirs in this NFL live stream.
(UNDERSTATEMENT OF THE YEAR WARNING) The Rams are in trouble this season. First it was all-pro wide receiver Cooper Kupp being placed on IR with a high ankle sprain, now it’s their quarterback Matthew Stafford. The 14-year veteran has been ruled out after suffering a concussion in last last week’s 27-20 loss to the Saints. Stafford will not be shut down for the season, though. Backup Bryce Perkins will make his first career start Sunday against the Chiefs.
Los Angeles made all the right moves last season en route to a Super Bowl Championship and are now eyeing a very unfortunate label. The Rams are in danger of becoming the first NFL team in nearly 20 years to finish with a losing record in the year following a Super Bowl victory. The 2003 Buccaneers finished at (7-9) after winning Super Bowl 37.
The Chiefs are again a top team in the NFL. Their (8-2) record is second to only the (9-1) Eagles. Last week they notched their latest win in come-from-behind fashion. K.C. trailed the Chargers 27-23 late in the fourth quarter when they ripped down the field going 75 yards in just 1:15. That drive featured a 16-yard scramble by Patrick Mahomes and a 16-yard touchdown pass to Travis Kelce that proved to be the game winner. It also marked the third touchdown reception on the day for Kelce.
This season Mahomes is the front runner for his second MVP award as he leads the NFL in passing yards and touchdowns, while Kelce leads all TE’s in yards (855) and receptions (69) and leads all receivers with 11 touchdown receptions.
The Action Network (opens in new tab) has the Chiefs as HUGE 16-point favorites to beat the breaks off the Rams.
Rams vs Chiefs Inactives:
Rams: Allen Robinson (WR), Matthew Stafford (QB), Travin Howard (LB), Brian Allen (C), Ty Nsekhe (OT)
Chiefs: Shane Buechele (QB), Kadarius Toney (WR), Juan Thornhill (S), Joshua Kaindoh (DE), Joe Thuney (G), Geron Christian (T), Malik Herring (DE)
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Rams vs Chiefs live streams in the US
The game starts at 4:25 p.m. ET / 1:25 p.m. PT today (Nov. 27)
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Rams vs Chiefs live streams in the UK
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The Rams vs Chiefs live stream starts at 9.25 p.m. GMT today.
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Rams vs Chiefs live streams in Canada
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