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Rams vs Titans Betting Matchup Report

Tennessee TitansSt. Louis Rams

Jeff Fisher and the Tennessee Titans had some good times together, and darn near won a Super Bowl. But good times come to an end, and Fisher left Nashville three seasons ago.

Now Fisher is in charge in St. Louis, and for the first time he'll lead his Rams against his former team, as 3-5 St. Louis hosts 3-4 Tennessee Sunday afternoon (1 pm ET, CBS).

The Rams, with Kellen Clemens at QB in place of the injured Sam Bradford, just got held out of the end zone in a 14-9 loss at home to Seattle Monday night.

Tennessee, meanwhile, has lost three in a row, after falling to San Francisco two Sundays ago 31-17.

In the early wagering St. Louis, 3-5 ATS this season, was getting three points as home dogs against the Titans, who are 4-2-1 against the numbers.

Backers of the Rams have seen them go 3-5 and 3-5 ATS so far this season, while the Titans are at 3-4 and 4-2-1 ATS. In totals betting, the Titans are 4-3, while the Rams are 6-2.

View Tennessee Titans vs St. Louis Rams Odds and Stats.

Sportsbooks, including TopBet, had set the Rams as 4-point underdogs on the opening line for this contest. The total was hovering around 39.5 earlier in the week at SportBet.

The Power Rankings at OddsShark have the No. 26-rated Titans taking on the No. 24-rated Rams in this contest. Handicapping models indicate a 20-16 win for the Titans on Sunday.

In their last action, Tennessee was a 31-17 loser at home against the 49ers. They failed to cover the 3.5-point spread as underdogs, while the combined score (48) was profitable news for OVER bettors. Zac Stacy went over the 100-yard mark (134) in his team's latest effort, but Seattle still defeated St. Louis by a score of 14-9.

How They Match Up:
Offensively, the game matches up St. Louis's No. 23-ranked offense (20.62 PPG) against a Titans defense that ranks No. 10 at 20.86 PPG. The Rams passing attack has averaged 217 yards per game, less than the Titans give up through the air (219.86 YPG on average).

In comparing defenses, the Titans own the league's No. 20-rated front 7 in terms of stopping the run, allowing 118 yards per game when on the road. St. Louis, on the other hand, rates No. 19 this week in generating rushing yards at home.

A few Titans at Rams trends to consider:
Tennessee is 2-4 SU in its last 6 games
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Tennessee's last 6 games
Tennessee is 1-5 SU in its last 6 games on the road
Tennessee is 2-4 SU in its last 6 games when playing St. Louis
St. Louis is 2-5 SU in its last 7 games
The total has gone OVER in 4 of St. Louis's last 5 games
St. Louis is 3-6 ATS in its last 9 games at home
St. Louis is 3-6 SU in its last 9 games at home

Next up:
Tennessee at Jacksonville, Sunday, November 10th
St. Louis at Indianapolis, Sunday, November 10th