Rams vs. Titans: Week 9 NFL Betting Preview – November 7, 2021

Written By Staff on November 7, 2021

Two streaking teams meet when the Los Angeles Rams (7-1) bring a four-game winning streak into a matchup with the Tennessee Titans (6-2), who have won four in a row. The Rams (-7.5) and the Titans (+280 to win on the moneyline) match up on November 7, 2021 at 8:20 PM ET on NBC. Sportsbooks have set the game’s point total at 53.5.

In this article we will explain what you need to know to make a bet on the game. That includes key metrics, injury updates, and weather conditions, while also providing you with the best odds available.

The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of November 7, 2021, 8:12 PM ET. See the table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Rams Vs. Titans Betting Odds

Rams Vs. Titans Player Props

Rams Vs. Titans Betting Angles

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Rams Vs. Titans Weather

Dry conditions (clear sky) and 4 mph winds are expected at SoFi Stadium on Sunday (as of 8:12 PM on November 7), with a high temperature of 60 degrees Fahrenheit.

Rams Vs. Titans Injury Report

Los Angeles Injuries

Player Pos. Injury Status
Matthew Stafford QB Back Probable
Von Miller OLB Ankle Out
Robert Woods WR Foot Probable
Jalen Ramsey CB Knee Probable
Johnny Mundt TE Knee (acl) Out
Sebastian Joseph-Day NT Chest Out
Travin Howard ILB Hamstring Out
Justin Hollins OLB Pectoral Out
Brycen Hopkins TE Gameday Inactive Out
Cam Akers RB Achilles Out
Bryce Perkins QB Gameday Inactive Out
Tremayne Anchrum Jr. G Gameday Inactive Out
Tutu Atwell WR Shoulder Out
Jake Funk RB Hamstring Out
AJ Jackson OL Gameday Inactive Out
Ernest Jones LB Illness Probable
Chris Garrett OLB Gameday Inactive Out

Tennessee Injuries

Player Pos. Injury Status
Kendall Lamm OT Back Out
Derrick Henry RB Foot Out
Trevon Coley NT Foot Out
Sam Ficken K Groin Out
Josh Reynolds WR Gameday Inactive Out
Greg Mabin CB Ankle Out
B.J. Bello ILB Ankle Out
Rashaan Evans ILB Ankle Out
Cameron Batson WR Knee (acl) Out
Amani Bledsoe DL Gameday Inactive Out
Nate Davis G Head Out
Khari Blasingame RB Knee Out
Derick Roberson OLB Knee Questionable
Darrynton Evans RB Knee Out
Kristian Fulton CB Hamstring Out
Tommy Hudson TE Ankle Out
Brandon Kemp OT Undisclosed Out
Racey McMath WR Quad Out
Briley Moore TE Torn Acl Out
Caleb Farley DB Knee (acl) Out
Tory Carter FB Shoulder Out
Rashad Weaver LB Ankle Out

Rams Offense Vs. Titans Defense

Rams Offense Stats (Rank) Titans Defense
30.6 (5) Points/Gm 24.4 (20)
0.49 (1) Points/Play 0.38 (17)
405.9 (5) Yards/Gm 368.1 (22)
310.3 (4) Pass Yards/Gm 283.5 (24)
104.1 (19) Rush Yards/Gm 100.8 (8)
6.5 (1) Yards/Play 5.7 (20)
9.0 (2) Yards/Pass 7.2 (14)
3.9 (22) Yards/Rush 4.5 (23)
46.2% (5) 3rd Down % 40.6% (15)
65.8% (10) Red Zone % 54.5% (9)
7 (7) Turnovers 11 (10)
8 (1) Sacks 18 (13)

Titans Offense Vs. Rams Defense

Titans Offense Stats (Rank) Rams Defense
28.4 (6) Points/Gm 21.0 (10)
0.41 (9) Points/Play 0.31 (7)
377.1 (11) Yards/Gm 367.5 (21)
251.6 (19) Pass Yards/Gm 288.5 (26)
147.6 (4) Rush Yards/Gm 103.4 (11)
5.5 (19) Yards/Play 5.5 (12)
7.6 (11) Yards/Pass 7.1 (12)
4.5 (11) Yards/Rush 4.4 (18)
43.1% (11) 3rd Down % 42.0% (21)
62.5% (15) Red Zone % 46.4% (4)
11 (21) Turnovers 13 (7)
24 (27) Sacks 25 (1)

When The Rams Have The Ball

  • The 310.3 passing yards per game the Rams average ranks them fourth in the NFL, while the 283.5 the Titans give up ranks them 24th in the league.
  • Los Angeles’ offense averages 6.5 yards per play (first in the league). Tennessee’s defense gives up 5.7 (20th).
  • The Rams’ offense ranks fifth in the NFL in yards per game (405.9), while the Titans rank 22nd in yards allowed (368.1).
  • Tennessee allows 0.38 points per play (17th in the league), and Los Angeles collects 0.49 per play (first in the NFL).

When The Titans Have The Ball

  • The Titans have conceded 24 sacks (sixth-most in the league), and the Rams’ defense has the most with 25.
  • Los Angeles has forced 13 turnovers (seventh-most in the NFL), and Tennessee has committed 11 turnovers (12th-most in the league).
  • The Rams allow opponents to score on 46.4% of their red-zone appearances (fourth in the league). The Titans’ offense has a 62.5% red-zone percentage (15th).
  • Los Angeles allows third-down conversions on 42.0% of its opponents’ attempts (21st in the NFL). Tennessee has a 43.1% third-down conversion rate, which ranks 11th in the league.
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Rams Betting Trends And Insights

  • Los Angeles has won four games against the spread this season, while failing to cover five times.
  • The Rams have covered the spread twice this season (2-3 ATS) when playing as at least 7.5-point favorites.
  • So far this season, five out of Los Angeles’ nine games have gone over the point total.
  • In three of nine games this season, Los Angeles and its opponents have gone over 53.5 points.
  • The Rams have been the moneyline favorite eight total times this season. They’ve finished 7-1 in those games.

Titans Betting Trends And Insights

  • Tennessee has put together a 6-2-0 record against the spread this year.
  • So far this season, five out of Tennessee’s eight games with an over/under have gone over the point total.
  • Tennessee has combined with its opponents to score more than 53.5 points in four of eight games this season.
  • The Titans have been the underdog in four games this season but picked up the win in all of them.

Rams Players To Watch

  • Matthew Stafford has posted 2,477 passing yards (309.6 per game) with a 68.9% completion percentage (188-for-273) while registering 22 touchdowns and four interceptions.
  • Darrell Henderson has taken 110 attempts for a team-high 507 rushing yards (63.4 per game) and five touchdowns. He’s also caught 16 passes for 141 yards with two touchdowns through the air.
  • So far this year Sony Michel has run for 251 yards (31.4 per game), with one touchdown.
  • Cooper Kupp has 63 catches (90 targets) and paces his team with 924 receiving yards (115.5 ypg) and 10 touchdowns.
  • Robert Woods has added 458 yards, on 38 catches plus four touchdowns. He averages 57.3 receiving yards per game.
  • Van Jefferson is averaging 49.0 yards per game, racking up 24 receptions (39 targets) for 392 yards and three touchdowns.
  • Leonard Floyd has 6.5 sacks to lead the team, and has also racked up 5.0 TFL and 35 tackles.
  • Over the current campaign, Jordan Fuller has collected 60 tackles and 1.0 TFL and leads the team in tackles.
  • Troy Reeder has intercepted two passes to lead the team while adding 35 tackles, 1.0 TFL, and three passes defended.

Titans Players To Watch

  • This year Ryan Tannehill has collected 2,002 passing yards (250.3 per game) while going 172-for-262 (65.6%) and throwing for 10 touchdowns with seven interceptions. He has added a team-high 165 rushing yards on 23 carries with three touchdowns.
  • Jeremy McNichols has 38 rushing yards on seven carries (4.8 yards per game). He also has 21 catches for 203 yards (tops on the team) and one touchdown.
  • This year A.J. Brown has 35 catches for a team-high 509 yards (63.6 per game) and three touchdowns.
  • Julio Jones’ stat line this year shows 17 catches for 301 yards. He puts up 37.6 receiving yards per game.
  • Harold Landry has 8.5 sacks to lead the team, and has also added 9.0 TFL and 42 tackles.
  • David Long has collected 60 tackles and 4.0 TFL, and he’s tops on his team in tackles.
  • Kevin Byard has intercepted four passes to lead the team while adding 37 tackles and 10 passes defended.

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