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 Rams: How to watch [url=http://www.officialpatriotslockerroom.com/elite-irving-fryar-jersey]Irving Fryar Jersey Salute to Service[/url] , odds, Patriots rooting guide, open thread While the New England Patriots will not return to the field until three days from now, the NFL’s fourth week of action actually starts today when the Minnesota Vikings will take on the Los Angeles Rams games in prime time. The game projects to be an interesting one with two of the NFC’s supposedly better teams going at each other.Broadcast informationMinnesota Vikings (1-1-1) at Los Angeles Rams (3-0)Game time: September 28, 2018; 8:20 p.m. E.TVenue: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles CATV: FOX national broadcast with Joe Buck (play-by-play), Troy Aikman (color commentary), Erin Andrews (reporter) and Kristina Pink (reporter)Live stream: Amazon Prime, fubo.TV [url=http://www.officialpatriotslockerroom.com/elite-john-hannah-jersey]John Hannah Jersey[/url] , NFL Game Pass (for international viewers)Odds: Rams -7; O/U 49.5Patriots rooting guideBoth teams play in the NFC, so the Patriots’ rooting interest is a rather minimal one. That being said, the game can still have an impact on the team in the long run: New England will play the Vikings later during the season and a Minnesota win tonight would improve their overall strength of schedule. When it comes to playoff tiebreakers against other AFC teams, this could be the deciding advantage.Open threadUse the comment section below to discuss the game, and please remember to be friendly to one another.Week 5 Patriots vs Colts Monday injury report: Rob Gronkowski misses hypothetical practice The New England Patriots’ 38-7 win against the Miami Dolphins is only day behind us, but it is already “on to Indianapolis” for the team: on Thursday night, New England will host the Indianapolis Colts in a primetime matchup. With the two games so close together, the team opted not to practice today – but still had to release a hypothetical injury report:DID NOT PARTICIPATERob Gronkowski left yesterday’s game with an ankle injury and is considered to be day-to-day. It would be a surprise if he were a full participant at one point this week, which is why he could be a candidate to be held out of Thursday’s game. Indianapolis [url=http://www.officialpatriotslockerroom.com/elite-tedy-bruschi-jersey]Authentic Tedy Bruschi Jersey[/url] , meanwhile, would have had eight players miss today’s practice if it had been more than just a walkthrough – including star wide receiver T.Y. Hilton.LIMITED PARTICIPATIONAdam Butler and Elandon Roberts both suffered injuries late during yesterday’s game. While today’s injury report is just a prognosis, seeing them listed as “limited” instead of hypothetical absentees is a good sign for their long-term availability. The other players listed were also on last week’s final injury report: Josh Gordon, Danny Shelton and Brandon King played against Miami, while Geneo Grissom, Jacob Hollister and Eric Rowe were out.FULL PARTICIPATIONAll three Colts listed as full participants will play on Thursday.