St. Louis Rams Tickets are currently averaging $89 for their contest against the Tennessee Titans. This low average ticket cost makes this game their third cheapest home game of the season, after experiencing downward trend of 24% over the past week since Bradford’s injury. The driving factor behind this low average ticket price is due to the injury sustained to Sam Bradford last week wherein he tore his ACL and is out for the rest of the season. With no viable replacements for Bradford the Rams have turned to journeyman backup Kellen Clemens to be the signal caller for St. Louis the rest of the season. Prices for this one are also 29% below the average price for Titans tickets on the road this season.
In his first start since 2009 with the New York Jets, Clemens played a decent game against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football although he committed two costly interceptions on overthrows. With another week to prepare as the starter Clemens should limit his mistakes as he becomes familiarized with his receivers and gets a better grasp on the offense.
Jake Locker played great against the 49ers in his first game back with the Titans. After last weeks Bye Locker is now completely healthy and wants to be the catalyst that takes a good Titans team into a playoff contender. For the Titans to come out of St. Louis with a victory they must run the ball effectively with Chris Johnson, which shouldn’t be too difficult considering the Rams are the in the bottom 10 in the NFL at stopping the run.
Rams tickets have fallen 24 percent in the past week for this game, half of that decline coming since Monday. The Rams have the 7th lowest average ticket cost in the NFL this season of $115 and this game against the Titans is well below that at $75, making this the third cheapest game in St. Louis all year. This is a result of a myriad of tickets still available on the secondary market due to Bradford’s absence under center.
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