Patriots vs. Rams stay rating, updates, highlights from the sport ‘Thursday Evening Soccer’

The last time the Rams and Patriots competed, Bill Belichick had Sean McVay and Jared Goff see ghosts in Super Bowl 53.

A lot has changed since then. McVay’s offense has changed; It is no longer dependent on Todd Gurley outside of the runs. LA is much more balanced with a three-headed attack from Darrell Henderson, Malcom Brown and Cam Akers and a solid reception duo from Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods. It has led the Rams to an 8-4 record that became the first to be equated in the stacked NFC West.

In New England, too, things are very different, as Tom Brady is no longer the focus. Instead, the pats’ offense is built around Cam Newton’s legs and that has produced mixed results. After the start of year 2-5, the Patriots won four of their last five, only to come back to 500 with 6-6. They are two games away from a wild card in the AFC and have played their best game of the season, a 45-0 win over the Chargers.

What will make the difference in this competition? Most likely it will depend on how well Newton and the Patriots’ swift attack can keep up against a strong Rams defense led by Aaron Donald. LA gives up just 93.1 yards per game, the third longest in the NFL. The pass defense was even better: only 198.3 meters allowed per game, least of all in the NFL. If New England can’t establish the run, then don’t expect Newton to be able to save him with his arm.

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Patriots vs. Rams score

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 final
Patriots 0 0 – – —— 0
Aries 10 7th – – – – 17th

Patriots vs. Rams Live Updates, Thursday Night Football Highlights

(All Times Eastern)

9:22 p.m. – Rams Punt. Johnny Hekker gets his first action of the night as LA can’t get much going after securing near its end zone. Patriots get the ball back at their 32-yard line, 4:40 left to play in the first half.

9.15 p.m. – TURNOVER ON DOWNS. The Patriots have finally got off to a good start but are empty when Newton comes fourth and fool in the backcourt. Looked like a speed option call and the rams had it covered well. LA takes over at its 4-yard line at 6:48 to play in half.

9:04 p.m. – PICK SIX, RAMS. Well that was quick. Kenny Young takes Newton’s pass in the first game of the second quarter and runs it back for a TD. Rams are 17-0 with 14:46 left in the second quarter. This one looks ugly.

9:00 p.m. – END OF 1Q: Rams 10, Patriots 0. New England made it into the second quarter in second and ninth on the LA 19-yard line.

8:56 p.m. – INTERCEPTION. Myles Bryant grabs it on Robert Woods’ short pass. Bryant took it to the house, but the replay showed that by contact he was downstairs; Patriots take over at the 32 yard line from LA at 1:00 am in the first quarter.

8.49 p.m. – Patriots sting. Another three and for New England as Newtons Pass is beaten by Sebastian Joseph-Day on the line. Rams got the ball back at their 14-yard line, 3:48 in the first quarter.

8.43 p.m. – FIELD TARGET, RAMS. Matt Gay scores from 35 meters after a big win of 16 meters and is run by Cam Akers in third and 18th place. LA leads 10-0 by 5:16 in the first quarter.

8:33 p.m. – Sting patriots. Three and more to start the night for Cam Newton and the New England Offensive as his passport broke in third place. Rams take over at their 23-yard line at 9:49 in the first quarter.

8:28 p.m. – TOUCHDOWN, RAMS. Jared Goff tops the QB sneak in fourth place and the goal from the 1 yard line. LA leads 7-0 and 11:21 in the first quarter.

8:22 p.m. – Patriots win the litter. Jared Goff will lead the Rams out for the opening ride.

Thursday Night Football Start Time

  • Date: Thursday December 10th
  • Kick-off time: 8:20 p.m. ET

All Thursday night games during the 2020 NFL season begin at 8:20 p.m. (CET), now with more TV options thanks to the inclusion of Fox on the show.

NFL week 14 schedule

Below is the full schedule for Week 10 of the 2020 NFL season.

Thursday December 10th

game Time (ET) TV channel
Patriots against rams 8:20 pm Fox, NFL Network, fuboTV

Sunday November 22nd

game Time (ET) TV channel
Vikings with privateers 13 o’clock Fox, fuboTV
Cardinals with giants 13 o’clock Fox, fuboTV
Cowboys at Bengals 13 o’clock Fox, fuboTV
Chiefs among dolphins 13 o’clock CBS, fuboTV
Titans among jaguars 13 o’clock CBS, fuboTV
Texans at bears 13 o’clock CBS, fuboTV
Broncos at Panthers 13 o’clock CBS, fuboTV
Jets at Seahawks 4:05 pm CBS, fuboTV
Colts at Raiders 4:05 pm CBS, fuboTV
Washington at 49ers 4:25 pm Fox, fuboTV
Hawks on chargers 4:25 pm Fox, fuboTV
Packers at Lions 4:25 pm Fox, fuboTV
Steelers on bills 8:20 pm NBC, fuboTV

Monday 23 November

game Time (ET) TV channel
Ravens at Browns 8.15 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV

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