Rams vs. 49ers 2012: Game preview, kickoff time, TV schedule and more

Joe Robbins

The Rams are back on the field after being off last week, and they will be traveling to San Francisco to take on the 49ers.

The St. Louis Rams are coming off their bye week, which they played in London, and in Week 10 they will be traveling to the West Coast to take on the San Francisco 49ers. The Rams are looking for their first AFC West win this Sunday, as they are 0-3, but playing the division-leading 49ers will make getting that first division win difficult.

St. Louis has struggled this year. It has not forced a turnover in three games, and has only eight takeaways the entire season.

The one bright spot during the Rams' three-game losing streak has been quarterback Sam Bradford, who has completed 67 percent of his passes, averaging 258 yards per game, and has two touchdowns with two interceptions. For the Rams to get the upset on Sunday, they will need Bradford to play even better.

The Rams do get back wide receiver Danny Amendola, who missed the past three games while recovering from a broken clavicle. That could give the St. Louis offense the boost it needs to grab the win.

Game Date/Time: 3:25 p.m. CT Sunday

Location: Candlestick Park, San Francisco

TV Schedule: FOX

TV Distribution Map: The506.com

Radio Schedule: 101.1 FM WXOS

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