The 9:30am ET kickoff slot is back for the NFL this wee as the New York Giants “visit” the Los Angeles Rams in Twickenham Stadium in Twickenham, England. The game is the first to be played in a stadium in England that is not the national soccer team’s home, Wembley Stadium. In Twickenham, the game moves to southwest London, and into the home of England’s rugby team. Instead of the modern, 90,000 seat, nine-year old Wembley, today’s game should have a different feel in the 107-year-old, constantly modified, 82,000 seat bowl.
This should be a fun, new NFL experience as the game moves from Wembley to Twickenham. It will also feature two 3-3 teams looking to get back on the right side of .500. The Giants are currently in last place in the NFC East, two games behind the Dallas Cowboys, while the Rams’ 3-3 record is good enough for second in the NFC West, behind just the 4-1 Seattle Seahawks.
This will be a nationally televised game, so here is everything you need to know to watch the morning game this week:
New York Giants (3-3) vs. Los Angeles Rams (3-3)
Kickoff: 9:30 a.m. ET
Stadium: Twickenham Stadium
TV: NFL Network
Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Dan Fouts, Stacy Dales
Live stream: NFL GamePass will allow you to stream on-demand replays of the regular season games after it is over.
Odds: Giants -3 | O/U: 45
Weather: 55˚F, Partly Cloudy
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