New York Giants vs. Los Angeles Rams (10/4/2020): How to watch NFL Week 4, time, TV channel, free live stream. The New York Giants visit the Los Angeles Rams in Week 4 of the 2020 NFL season at SoFi Stadium on Sunday, October 4 (10/4/2020).
The Giants are coming off a 36-7 Week 3 loss to the 49ers, their worst of an 0-3 season so far. They are in 4th place in the NFC East. The Rams have enjoyed greater success this season, with a 2-1 record and in a 3-way tie for 2nd in the NFC West. They lost a tight game to the Buffalo Bills, 35-32, in Week 3.
Here’s how to watch the game:
What: NFL Week 4 game
Who: Giants a@ Rams
When: Sunday, October 4, 2020
Where: SoFi Stadium
Time: 4:05 p.m. ET
The New York Giants, led by quarterback Daniel Jones, face the Los Angeles Rams in an NFL regular season game on Sunday, October 4, 2020 (10/4/20) at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.
Local fans can watch the game for free via a trial of fuboTV, while out-of-market fans can watch this and all other non-primetime out-of-market games with NFL Sunday Ticket.
Recap of where Giants stand entering Week 4, via the Associated Press:
Based on recent history, it would be easy to look at the New York Giants’ winless start and write them off.
Since the 1981 season, only six NFL teams have overcome an 0-3 start to make the playoffs. The Houston Texans were the most recent do it, turning things around two years ago.
Before that, it was the Buffalo Bills in 1998. The others are the Lions in ’95, the Chargers in ’92, the Bucs in ’82 and the Jets the year before.
Bottom line, it’s not easy. It might even be harder for the Giants under new coach Joe Judge. New York is a rebuilding team that won 12 games over the past three seasons and its performance Sunday in a 36-9 loss to the depleted San Francisco 49ers was pitiful.
However, there is something working in the Giants’ favor. They play in the NFC East, the worst division in the league. The winless start leaves New York a game behind Dallas and Washington, who share the division lead with 1-2 records. Philadelphia (0-2-1) is a half-game behind them.
New York created some hope for this season with a dramatic comeback in Week 2. The Giants rallied from a 17-0 deficit against the Bears and came within 10 yards of winning on the final play, losing 17-13.
This past week was a couple of giant steps back.
Judge isn’t looking at either the schedule or the standings, noting there are 13 games to be played. He said every team is looking at the same thing on Mondays. Problems have to be fixed, even for the 3-0 teams.
“It’s not sunshine and raisins,” Judge said. “These Mondays are always a day where it’s a tough day for everybody. All you can think of as a coach (is) what you have to get better at. It doesn’t matter the result of the game or how well or how disappointing something may have been. You just focus (on) what you have to correct and basically going fast.”
Judge said he is trying to keep things simple so the Giants can improve every week.