Monday Night Football Schedule 2019: Where to Watch Baltimore Ravens vs. Los Angeles Rams, TV Channel, Live Stream

The Baltimore Ravens could move within touching distance of a divisional title with a road win against the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football.

Baltimore leads the AFC North with an 8-2 record, with the Pittsburgh Steelers its closest rival at 6-5. Defeating the Rams on Monday would give the Ravens an almost insurmountable advantage in the divisional race, as well as consolidating their chance of a first-week bye in the playoffs.

According to FiveThirtyEight's statistical projections, Baltimore has a 95 percent chance of winning the division and a 76 percent chance of a first-round bye—the second highest in the league behind the New England Patriots.

The hottest team in the NFL right now, the Ravens have won their last six games and torched opponents along the way for good measure.

Inspired by Lamar Jackson, the Ravens have averaged 39 points in the last four games, knocking three playoff candidates—Seattle, New England and Houston—in the process.

The second-year quarterback has emerged as the leading MVP candidate, throwing for 608 yards and eight touchdowns with a 76.6 percent completion rate this month, to which he's added 205 rushing yards and three scores.

The Ravens have won 14 of their 17 games since Jackson replaced Joe Flacco under center a year ago—only Russell Wilson has as many regular season wins in the period.

After the Ravens thrashed Houston 41-7, coach John Harbaugh hinted Jackson had still room for improvement.

"He's done a great job of that and I'll be absolutely expecting him to continue to do just what you're talking about, the whole team," Harbaugh was quoted as saying by NBC Sports.

"We have a lot of work to do. Bouquets are bait. No one can compliment us now, it's too late. We've got way too much work to do and we've got things to accomplish, starting with the Rams on Monday night."

While Jackson's exploits have been pivotal to the Ravens' offensive explosion, Jared Goff has painfully epitomized the Rams' struggles this season.

The defending NFC champions look to be suffering from a monumental Super Bowl hangover. The Rams rank 13th in total offense and 21st in rushing offense, with Todd Gurley yet to record a 100-yard rushing game compared to five at the same stage of the season a year ago.

Since signing a four-year, $134 million extension in September, Goff has failed to justify the Rams' hefty financial commitment.

The 25-year-old hasn't thrown a touchdown pass in three of the last five games—including the last two—and has looked the pale shadow of the dominant player who guided the Rams to the Super Bowl a year ago.

Rams coach Sean McVay suggested Goff was not satisfied with his timing, decision-making and accuracy.

"There are a lot of times that you can check off all three of those and then there's sometimes where we expect to be better," he was quoted as saying by the Los Angeles Times. "And I know he expects to be better."

The Rams improved to 6-4 with a win against the Chicago Bears in Week 11 but remain third in the NFC West behind the San Francisco 49es and the Seattle Seahawks.

Los Angeles is 1.5-game away from a playoff spot and has only a 25 percent to make the postseason.

The schedule, however, appears prohibitive. After their meeting with the Ravens, the Rams still have a home game against the Seahawks and road trips to Dallas and San Francisco to come.

A loss against the Ravens would make those three games largely inconsequential.

Here's all you need to know ahead of Monday.

Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens
Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates a touchdown pass to running back Mark Ingram #21 against the Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium on November 17 in Baltimore, Maryland. Patrick Smith/Getty

When and where is the game?

The Los Angeles Rams host the Baltimore Ravens at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Monday, November 25.

Kickoff is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET.

TV coverage

The game will be broadcast nationally by ESPN.

Live stream

A live stream will be available via ESPN's digital platforms, WatchESPN and the ESPN app.


The Ravens demolished the Houston Texans 41-7 in Week 11 to improve to 8-2 and extend their winning run to six games, while the Rams kept their slim hopes of playoffs alive with a 17-7 home win against the Chicago Bears to improve to 6-4.

Series record

Monday will be only the seventh time these two teams have met and the first time they do so in Los Angeles.

Baltimore leads the all-time series 4-2 by virtue of winning the last three games against the Rams, with the last win coming in 2015 when the Rams were still based in St. Louis.


According to Oddschecker, the Ravens are three-point favorite and are 19/20 to cover the spread, while the Rams are 7/5 underdogs.

The over/under line in terms of total points scored is set at 35.5.

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