Eagles-Rams: TV announcers, referee info, point spread, etc.

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A win this week for Carson Wentz and the Eagles over the host Rams would by huge for postseason seeding. YONG KIM / Staff Photographer

Who: Eagles (10-2) at L.A. Rams (9-3)

When: Sunday, 4:25 p.m.

Where: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

TV: Fox (Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews).

Radio: 94WIP (Merrill Reese, Mike Quick, Howard Eskin).

 

Spanish radio: La Mega, 105.7 FM (Rickie Ricardo, Gus Salazar, Maria Berral).

Line: Rams -2. Over-under: 51.

Eagles vs. spread: 9-3.

Rams vs. spread: 8-4.

Weather.com: Dry with temperatures in the 70s, very light wind (3 mph). All eyes, of course, are on the wildfires, which forced the Rams to adjust their practice schedule.

Referee: Craig Wrolstad has been an NFL official since 2003, and a referee since 2014. The Eagles are 1-2 in games in which he has been the ref, while the Rams are 0-3. Wrolstad was the field judge in Super Bowl 47 when the lights went out during Baltimore’s win over San Francisco. He also was the field judge in Oakland in 2013 when current Eagles backup Nick Foles tied the NFL record with seven touchdown passes.

An Eagles win would: Clinch the NFC East. So would a Cowboys loss at the Giants earlier in the day (1 p.m., Fox), but it wouldn’t be nearly as fun. Just as important, a win over the Rams would give the Eagles a significant tiebreaker when it comes time to deciding playoff seeding. The Eagles currently are the No. 2 seed, behind Minnesota, which will play at Carolina on Sunday (1 p.m., CBS).

What’s next: The Eagles will play at the New York Giants on Sunday, Dec. 17 at 1 p.m. The 2-10 Giants fired coach Ben McAdoo earlier this week and promoted defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo to interim head coach. Spagnuolo was a defensive assistant for the Eagles under Andy Reid from 2001-06.

Did you know? The Eagles last played the Rams in southern California on Sept. 23, 1990 when they came away with a 27-21 win behind a pair of touchdown passes by Randall Cunningham. The Rams, whose franchise was located in St. Louis from 1995-2015, played their home games in Anaheim in 1990.

How they scored

The Eagles and Rams are tied atop the NFL with 361 points. The Eagles have scored more touchdowns (42-36), and the Rams have kicked more field goals (36-22). Here’s a more detailed breakdown of how each got to 361:

 

Eagles Rams
Points 361 361
   Points via touchdowns 252 216
   Points via FG 66 108
   Points via PAT 31 35
   Points via 2-pt. conversion 12 0
   Points via safety 0 2
Total TDs 42 36
Offensive TDs 38 31
   Rushing TDs 9 11
   Passing TDs 29 (all Wentz) 20 (all Goff)
Return/Defensive TDs *4 5
FGM-FTA 22-26 36-38
FG pct. 84.6 94.7
PAT M-Att. 31-35  35-36
PAT pct. 88.6 97.2
2-point conversions 6-7 (85.7 pct.) 0-0 
Safeties 0 1
Touchdown leaders
Agholor, 8 Gurley, 11
Ertz, 7 Watkins, 6
Jeffery, 7 Woods, 4

*Includes Nelson Agholor’s recovery of Jay Ajayi’s fumble in the end zone in Week 12.