Steelers Stream: Watch NFL Football Game 2019 Online, TV Channel, Start Time Los Angeles Rams vs Pittsburgh Steelers: Live score updates, TV channel, how to watch free live stream online. The Pittsburgh Steelers were left for dead after starting the season with three straight losses. The Steelers have flipped the script, winning three consecutive games and inserting themselves into the AFC playoff race when they face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday (1:25 p.m. PT/4:25 p.m. ET, FOX, DirecTV) in Week 10.
You can watch the live stream of the game on foxsportsgo.com with your cable provider login, or you can watch this game live for FREE with FuboTV (free trial).Coming out of their bye week and needing a victory to keep pace in the highly competitive NFC West, the Rams look to push their winning streak to three games against the resurgent Steelers on Sunday.
How to Watch:
When: Sunday, Nov. 10
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Live Stream: fuboTV (try for free)
The Rams (5–3) survived their first hiccup of the season before their week off, outclassing Atlanta and Cincinnati on the heels of a three-game losing streak. But they lost ground Sunday as San Francisco and Seattle–teams that dealt the Rams two of their three losses–both won in Week 9. Los Angeles enters the contest three games behind the 49ers for the NFC West lead and 1 1/2 games back of the second-place Seahawks.
Prior to the bye, the Rams offense looked back in sync in running up 61 points and 851 yards in those wins over the Falcons and Bengals. Wide receiver Cooper Kupp is in the midst of a breakout season with 58 catches for 792 yards, fully recovered from a torn ACL suffered last season. He’s poised to surpass his career-best numbers of 62 receptions and 869 yards from his 2017 rookie season.
Kupp had seven catches for a career-best 220 yards in Los Angeles’ 24–10 win over Cincinnati in England on Oct. 27 and has five games with 100 or more receiving yards. Running back Todd Gurley, though, still has not shown many flashes of being the dominant runner he was for most of his first four seasons in the league.