Preseason Week 2 Rams vs. Titans; How to watch


The St. Louis Rams will take on the Tennessee Titans in their second matchup of the preseason. The Rams are limping in on some injuries and coming off a loss against the Oakland Raiders. The Titans also join the party with a 0-1 record after a preseason opening loss to the Atlanta Falcons. Check out Ramblin’ Fans article on who to watch this evening so you’re read up on tonights game, then scroll down to get all the details on how to watch and listen.

Dec 7, 2014; Landover, MD, USA; St. Louis Rams guard Greg Robinson (79) prepares to block against the Washington Redskins during the second half at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Game Time and Location:

Sunday, August 23rd, 7pmCT/8pmET

Nissan Stadium, Nashville Tennessee

How to Watch:

The game will air live on Fox2 (KTVI St. Louis) with Kevin Burkhardt on play-by-play and John Lynch on color. Pam Oliver will be your sideline reporter.

How to Listen:

Listen live on WXOS (101.1 FM St. Louis) with Steve Savard on play-by-play and D’Marco Farr on color. Will Witherspoon will be your sideline reporter.

Injuries continue to plague the Rams as we head toward the midway point of the preseason. No updates are available on injured LG Rodger Saffold. LB Daren Bates and WR Isaiah Ferguson will also sit out Sunday’s competition. Todd Gurley remains on track to return, at some point, during the first few games of the regular season. DE Chris Long, CB Brandon McGee, LB Korey Toomer, OG Cody Wichmann and DT Doug Worthington status’ are all up in the air heading into the game. TE Brad Smelley did practice this week, so updating him to probable is a safe bet.

Once again the focus of Week 2 will be the Rams offensive line. With Saffold out, LT Greg Robinson will be the only returning mainstay. The center position is still up for grabs with Tim Barnes, Demetrius Rhaney and Barrett Jones all fighting for the spot. Rookies Jamon Brown, and Rob Havenstein will once again take up on the right side of the line. There experience the dup can get, the better things will be for St. Louis moving forward. Keeping Foles up right and creating running room for Tre Mason is vital. We’ll see how things play out in a few hours.