The Rams open their palatial new SoFi Stadium, albeit without a fanatics within the stands, once they host the Cowboys on “Sunday Evening Soccer.” The $five billion stadium in Inglewood, Calif., being shared by way of the Rams and Chargers was once intended to be unveiled below a ways grander cases, with a packed area to head at the side of the nationwide tv target market on NBC. As a substitute, there will likely be synthetic crowd noise and a few cardboard cutouts of fanatics because the NFL operates all through the unconventional coronavirus pandemic.
Cowboys proprietor Jerry Jones, a key participant within the maneuverings that ended in the Rams and Chargers being paired for the league’s go back to L.A. whilst the Raiders had been close out and left to transport to Las Vegas, reportedly is to look at Sunday evening’s sport from the field of Chargers proprietor Dean Spanos. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is also to be in attendance.
The Rams search a go back to the playoffs and NFC prominence after going Nine-7 closing season and lacking the postseason. This marks the debut of the Cowboys’ new head trainer, Mike McCarthy, employed within the offseason to exchange Jason Garrett after closing season’s Eight-Eight sadness.
Quarterback Dak Prescott is enjoying this season at the franchise-player tag after the Cowboys didn’t signal him to a long-term contract. Prescott was once the 135th total pick out within the 2016 NFL draft, being selected 134 spots after the Rams took quarterback Jared Goff first total.