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Titans vs. Rams NFL Preseason Odds

The Tennessee Titans will be underdogs on the NFL betting lines on Saturday as they continue their preseason schedule on the road against the St. Louis Rams.

And Tennessee still isn't expected to have Chris Johnson on the field this weekend, as the star running back continues to angle for a new lucrative contract.

Last week that Titans beat the Vikings 14-3 at home in their preseason opener and paid off on the NFL betting lines at Bovada in the process. QBs Matt Hasselbeck and Jake Locker were both efficient for Tennessee in that contest, with Hasselbeck going 5-of-6 for 55 yards through the air and Locker completing seven of his 10 pass attempts for 89 yards and a score.

This weekend the Titans will be underdogs on the NFL lines at Bovada against a Rams team that also won last week - they thumped Indianapolis 33-10 at home and covered the spread.

Sam Bradford led St. Louis on a scoring drive in the first quarter of that game, going 7-for-12 for 45 yards overall with one TD strike. A.J. Feeley mopped up by completing 10-of-14 pass attempts for 100 yards.

Bay area rivals will also meet in NFL preseason action on Saturday as San Francisco hosts Oakland, while Denver and its quarterback controversy gets a visit from Buffalo, Minnesota is on the road in Seattle, and New Orleans visits Houston.

The Saints, who cruised past the 49ers 24-3 at home last week, opened as a rare preseason road favorite at the sportsbooks for their matchup this week against the Texans.

On Sunday we get Cincinnati at the Jets and San Diego at Dallas, with the public Cowboys coming off a 24-23 home win over the Broncos in NFL preseason betting action last week. Tony Romo didn't get much playing time in that contest, completing three of his five pass attempts for 33 yards before taking a seat.

The NFL betting action for the week then comes to an end on Monday night with the Giants hosting the Bears. For all the odds for this weekend's NFL betting action click here.

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