Fox's coverage of Thursday Night Football travels to the Northwest this week for an NFC West division showdown. This week 5 game between two top teams will be available in ultra-high resolution. You can stream it with the widest range of supported devices by watching the Los Angeles Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks in 4K on Fubo TV
The Los Angeles Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks game is this Thursday, October 3 at 8 p.m. Eastern time. It will be coming to you live from CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Wash. The game will be broadcast on Fox, and carried in 4K streaming on Fubo TV.
The Los Angeles Rams (3-1) are coming off an unexpected blowout loss, which spoiled an otherwise excellent start to their season. The Rams gave up 55 points to the Buccaneers, and were never really in the game even though they scored 40 points themselves. Now on a short week, they will play the first of two consecutive division games. The Rams rushing offense, led by Todd Gurley II, has been lackluster compared to previous years, and they face a challenge going against the 7th ranked rushing defense in Seattle.
The Seattle Seahawks (3-1) have started their season playing a series of close, high scoring games. It is hard to know how good this Seahawks team will be, as the combined records of the three teams they've beaten is 1-10-1. The team has relied much more on the passing of Quarterback Russell Wilson than their running game. With 1,141 yards, eight touchdowns and no interceptions, he's been the primary reason they've won three games so far. They'll need him in top form to challenge the Rams.
Watching sports in 4K HDR is a total game changer. NFL backers can stream 4K games every Thursday night for most of this season. Plus with Fox covering the NFC postseason, there is still a possibility for 4K in the NFL Playoffs. We will be sure to update you as more 4K games are added.
Fubo TV includes select 4K broadcasts as part of their live TV streaming plans with no extra cost on a long list of supported 4K devices. The Fox Sports app may offer 4K streams, but that is limited to just two types of supported devices. Fubo in 4K is available with most 4K HDR streaming platforms. Just connect a 4K compatible display to any of the Fubo 4K compatible streaming devices listed here:
- Internet Explorer
- Apple TV 4K
- Chromecast Ultra
- Fire TV 4K Stick
- Fire TV Cube
- Roku Premiere / Premiere+
- Roku Ultra
- Roku Streaming Stick+
- Roku 4K TVs
- Nvidia Shield TV & other Android TVs
- Supported Android phones
Fubo TV costs $55 a month for the standard plan, which includes 83 channels, 30 hours of cloud DVR, and can be watched on two screens at a time. Fubo also offers additional plans that can upgrade your channels, cloud DVR recording, number of screens or add premium channels.
Football in 4K will be rolling on Fubo all Fall. Next Thursday, Oct. 10 you can see the New York Giants vs. Seattle Seahawks in 4K at 8 p.m. This Sat., Oct. 5, watch Oklahoma State vs. Texas Tech in 4K on FS1 at Noon Eastern. Plus MLB baseball fans can step up to the ultra high-def plate, with 4K MLB Playoff games on Fubo starting October 12.
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