Eagles at Rams 2018: Start Time, TV Schedule, Live Stream and Storylines for NFL Week 14

The Eagles (6-7) lost a heartbreaker to the Cowboys last Sunday and will now have to face the Rams (11-2) on Sunday Night Football from the LA Coliseum.

Here's everything you need to know:

7 p.m.: Eagles Pregame Live on NBCSP
8:20 p.m. Eagles at Rams on NBC
11:30 p.m.: Eagles Postgame Live on NBCSP
1:30 a.m. End Game on NBCSP

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The NBC broadcasters for this game are Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth and Michele Tafoya.

Follow Foles
The Eagles will have to rely on Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles for this game because of Carson Wentz's back injury. Foles has gotten first-team reps in practice all week, so he should be adequately prepared to play this game. It's not like Wentz played and then came out. The Eagles have been preparing for Foles to play all week. There's a chance these last three games could be Foles' to start. Could you imagine if he somehow helped the Eagles go 3-0 and get to the playoffs?

First thing's first, though. The Rams are a really tough test. They've been one of the best teams in the league all season.

Back to LA
It's a strange situation. This was supposed to be Wentz's return to a stadium where he tore his ACL and LCL just over a year ago, but now it's up to Foles to lead the Eagles into this game. You'll remember that even though Wentz got hurt last season, the Eagles won the game and, in the process, clinched the NFC East. After the game, there was such a weird feeling around the team. They celebrated the division title, but they were obviously worried about their future without Wentz. We know how that story ended.

A top team
We have been so consumed with Wentz's injury this week and it has kind of taken our focus away from the Rams. Hopefully the Eagles aren't guilty of that too, because the Rams are dangerous. The last time the Eagles faced a great team on the road, they got smoked by the Saints. The Rams are double-digit favorites many places.

The Rams have a dangerous offense, but their best player is defensive lineman Aaron Donald. He's an absolute nightmare and might be on his way to becoming the Defensive Player of the Year again. That's a tough matchup for the Eagles, who probably won't have Isaac Seumalo for this game.

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