The Los Angeles Rams will open the 2021 NFL regular season Sept. 12 by playing host to the Chicago Bears on “Sunday Night Football,” the first of their five prime-time games, it was announced Wednesday.
The Rams will also be on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” Nov. 7 for their game at SoFi Stadium against the Tennessee Titans. They will make two appearances on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” — Nov. 15 at San Francisco and Dec. 13 at Arizona.
The Rams’ Oct. 7 game at Seattle will be on “Thursday Night Football,” which is carried by Fox and NFL Network and streamed on Amazon Prime Video.
The Rams’ other home games will be on Sept. 26 against the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Oct. 3 against the Arizona Cardinals; Oct. 24 against the Detroit Lions; Dec. 5 against the Jacksonville Jaguars; Dec. 19 against the Seattle Seahawks; and Jan. 9 against the San Francisco 49ers.
The Rams’ other road games will be on Sept. 19 against the Indianapolis Colts; Oct. 31 against the Houston Texans; Nov. 28 against the Green Bay Packers; Dec. 26 against the Minnesota Vikings; and Jan. 2 against the Baltimore Ravens.
The Rams’ three-game preseason schedule will begin with home games against the Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders and conclude with a road game against the Denver Broncos. Dates for those games will be announced later.
This will be the Rams’ first season at SoFi Stadium to be played in front of fans. It will be the fourth consecutive season they will play five prime-time games.
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