Rams Game Sunday: Titans vs Rams injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live stream, TV channel
The producers at NBC could not be more delighted with the NFL game that landed on their Week 9 broadcast. This week’s Sunday Night Football game is pitting the best of the AFC, the Tennessee Titans (6-2) against a team locked in a tie for best of the NFC, the LA Rams (7-1).
Not only is this the type of game that causes sports broadcasters to salivate, but the backstories of the LA Rams trading for outside linebacker Von Miller, coupled with the Tennessee Titans sending running back Derrick Henry to Injured Reserve will fill the entire broadcast with intriguing topics.
It’s also the type of game that can make or break the season for both teams. No, not the outcome. Rather, the challenge of playing hard enough to get the win, but emerge from this very physical contest relatively healthy and intact.
Both teams enter this game at the first half of the season and emerge in the second half of the season. That may seem relatively meaningless to fans, but to NFL teams, it’s as though a gun has sounded. No longer will teams toy with, experiment, or try, new plays or players. It’s about building positive momentum and making a positive run towards the post-season.
Both teams must be expecting to reach the NFL Playoffs this year. But while the Titans are currently in the driver seat for the Top-Seed in the AFC, the LA Rams are currently the Fifth-Seed in the NFC.
LA Rams Injury Report vs Tennessee Titans Week 9
- NT Sebastian Joseph Day (chest) – out
- WR Robert Woods (foot) – questionable
- OLB Von Miller (ankle) – questionable
- DB Jalen Ramsey (knee) – questionable
- ILB Ernest Jones (illness) – questionable
- FB Khari Blasingame (knee) – out
- OL Nate Davis (concussion) – out
- LB Rashaan Evans (ankle) – out
- CB Greg Maben (ankle) – out
- FB Toby Carter (shoulder) – questionable
- OT Kendall Lamb (back) – questionable
- LB Monte Rice (knee) – questionable
- OL Taylor Lewan (knee) – questionable
- WR A.J. Brown (knee) – questionable
The team has endured plenty of off-field distractions this week, as the team engineered a blockbuster trade that did result in the team acquiring All-Pro outside linebacker Von Miller. All the while, the Titans have had to make a pitstop and take on a new running back, Adrian Peterson.
It’s a game that will captivate the nation, cluing in fans and analysts alike over just how good these two teams truly are. The Titans will finish no worst than 10-7 this season, good enough to win their division. The Rams must win to remain in competition in the NFC West.
Titans vs Rams Odds, Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick Week 9
- Titans +7.5 (-110)
- Rams -7.5 (-110)
- Titans +280
- Rams -340
Over/Under – 53.0 points
- Over -110
- Under -110
This game is more important to the home team than it is to the Tennessee Titans. Both teams can score plenty of points, and the over appears to be the best bet of all options. The Rams won’t squeak by in this one. That is, they either win by 10+ points or lose, and my gut tells me that this team will win.
Don’t underestimate the Titans. They have beaten both the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs in two consecutive weeks. But they were beaten handily by the Arizona Cardinals, and barely defeated the Seattle Seahawks.
Take the Rams and give up the 7.5 points to win (-110)
Take the Rams on the Moneyline (-340) to win outright
Take the Over at 53.0 (-110) in this one
National broadcast: NBC
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What TV Channel is the Titans vs Rams Game On For Week 9
This game is NBC’s Sunday Night Football primetime feature and will be played at 5:20 pm PT/8:20 pm ET.
Rams vs Texans Week 9 Game Live Stream
Week 9’s game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.
Rams Next Game and Schedule
The next game will be in Week 10 on Monday, November 15th as the team travels to face the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football. Here’s a look at their schedule for the next four weeks:
Week 10: @ San Francisco (3-4)
Week 11: BYE WEEK
Week 12: @ Green Bay (7-1)
Week 13: vs. Jacksonville (1-6)
This game has all the makings of a spotlight game for the new defense, now boasting All-Pro outside linebacker Von Miller. That, in turn, has awoken the sleeping giant who is also known as Aaron Donald. Look for Donald to show off in this one.