NFL Monday Night Football Kansas City Chiefs vs Los Angeles Rams live streaming Free NFL Playoffs Week 11 Online, Monday 19 November 2018, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at LA Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California, United States, Time 08:15 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN and and Online.
Week 11 of the 2018 NFL season will feature a marquee Monday Night Football game on Monday, November 19, 2018 (11/19/18) when the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Los Angeles Rams at the LA Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.
Kickoff is slated for 8:15 p.m. EST. Here’s how you can watch.
The Chiefs are led by head coach Andy Reid, quarterback Patrick Mahomes and running back Kareem Hunt. Kansas City is coming off a Week 10 win vs. the Cardinals and enters the game with a 9-1 record.
The Rams are led by head coach Sean McVay, quarterback Jared Goff, running back Todd Gurley and defensive tackle Aaron Donald. Los Angeles is coming in off a Week 10 win over the Seahawks and enter the game with a 9-1 record.
These teams are so similar, it’s eerie. Both are 9-1. Both have superstar quarterbacks, elite running backs, skilled receivers and playing for outstanding offensive coaches – Andy Reid and Sean McVay, if they’re not the best, they’re right up there in the top three.
It won’t play out on the international stage as planned, but the NFL still has to be pretty happy with having the showdown between the 9-1 Kansas City Chiefs and 9-1 Los Angeles Rams slated for a national television audience on Monday night.
The game will be played in Los Angeles after the field at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City was deemed unsafe and unplayable. While that’s a little bit of a black eye for the NFL, it would have been much worse if these two high-flying offenses were grounded by poor footing.
The head coaches — Kansas City’s Andy Reid and Los Angeles’ Sean McVey — have been at the forefront of the offensive explosion in the NFL. Teams around the league are copying them and scrambling to keep up, but few have weapons to work with like the Chiefs and Rams. So expect plenty of points and nothing left on the table as both teams head into their bye week after this possible Super Bowl preview.
While Los Angeles quarterback Jared Goff has been excellent as well, running back Todd Gurley is the key to a Rams offense that ranks third in scoring (one spot ahead of the Chiefs) and second in total offense (one spot ahead of the Chiefs). Gurley leads the NFL in Rushing (988 yards), total yards from scrimmage (1,390), rushing scores (13) and total touchdowns (17). Last season he led the NFL in yards from scrimmage (1,093) and total touchdowns (19), and he is on pace to blow past those numbers. He may be licking his chops this week as well, because the Kansas City defense has struggled. The Chiefs rank 22nd in the NFL in rushing defense, but that number would be worse if teams didn’t have to throw so much to keep up. Only two teams have allowed more yards per carry than the Chiefs (5.1), so expect Gurley to find plenty of room to run.
Chiefs receiver Sammy Watkins and Rams cornerback Marcus Peters will be facing the teams they played for last season, and Peters at least has had this date circled. Traded for two draft picks in the offseason, the outspoken corner hasn’t been afraid to trash talk about landing a couple turnovers against his former team. Watkins missed last week’s game with a foot injury but is expected to play and could find himself heads-up against Peters much of the time. Whoever gets the better of that matchup could tip this game in his team’s favor.
While the Rams’ defense hasn’t quite lived up to expectations this season, it still ranks in the NFL’s top half in points and yards allowed. Kansas City, on the other hand, has mostly needed to out-score opponents. Given that the Rams are just a slightly more complete team — and the fact that it’s unlikely the Chiefs can slow down Gurley — we’re sticking with the home team.