Will the Rams-Dolphins Week 8 game be on TV in your area?

Cameron DaSilva
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For the first time since Week 6, the Los Angeles Rams won’t be playing in prime time. After losing to the 49ers two weeks ago and crushing the Bears on Monday night, the Rams are back in the early window on Sunday afternoon.

Their matchup with the Miami Dolphins won’t be broadcast to a huge audience this weekend, which was somewhat predictable. But those in certain areas of the country will get the game on TV, including Southern California, parts of New England and all of Florida.

To find out if you’ll get the game on FOX, check the broadcast map from 506 Sports below.

Most of the country will get Vikings-Packers, which is a classic rivalry game – even with the Vikings struggling mightily at the moment. Other parts will get Raiders-Browns, which is a surprisingly intriguing matchup between two teams that are playing well heading into the halfway point.

Rams-Dolphins will kick off at 1 p.m. ET from Hard Rock Stadium, where the Dolphins have gotten clearance to hold games at full capacity. The team will continue to limit the number of fans in the stadium, but there will still be some supporters in the stands for Sunday’s matchup.