Rams vs Titans

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Rams vs Titans

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Start time: 1 p.m. PT
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TV: FOX, Ch. 11

Radio: ESPNLA 710 & 93.1 Jack FM

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The Los Angeles Rams are back on the road for Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans in a matchup of 7-2 teams trying to extend winning streaks. The Titans, winners of five in a row, have one of the NFL’s top-rated defenses. The Rams have a four-game winning streak and lead the league in scoring (32.8 points per game).

The Los Angeles Rams are a professional American football team based in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The Rams compete in the National Football League, as a member club of the league’s National Football Conference West division.

The Tennessee Titans are an American football team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Titans joined the National Football League as an expansion team in 1960, and first took the field for the 1961 season.

Rams vs Titans While NFL pundits hint at this game as being one to keep an eye on, I can’t help but think there’s portent laying beneath the surface both teams know that’s looming large as the season heads down the stretch toward the playoffs. To my mind, both teams match up extremely well, if not uncomfortably so…

Rams vs Titans Beginning with their schedules down the stretch, both the Rams and Viking face daunting takes. Minnesota faces a three road game schedule – Detroit, Atlanta and Carolina – against opponents that are currently surging. In Week 16, they face the possible return of Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers in Lambeau Field.

For the Rams, this Titans game marks the start of a brutal run which includes New Orleans, Arizona, Philadelphia, and Seattle. Should the Rams weather this gauntlet, don’t overlook the huge potential for a “trap game” when they face Tennessee in Week 16.

Home games for the Titans are “must wins,” given what’s ahead of them. Los Angeles has the challenge of facing high powered offenses and defenses, while trying to maintain momentum gained in the season thus far. The Rams have a high flying offense right now, yet don’t overlook how dependent they’ve been on big plays to bump up their per game point totals.

Right now, there’s a fine line for both of these teams. Both defenses are playing well, but not great. Their strengths lay in there front 7-s; making running the ball a tough nut to crack. Oddly, Minnesota’s secondary has given up some pretty big plays. They have a boatload of talent in coverage, yet they’ve shown cracks other teams have exploited.

The same can be said for the Rams, but many coverage miscues have been offset by turnovers.

Los Angeles’ Todd Gurley will have the Titans attention. Look for “man-coverage” by Minnesota to free up the ability to load the box in an effort to take the Rams’ run game off the board. The Rams will take a different tack, using dime packages to increase coverage, and allow the Rams defensive line the time to pressure Titans quarterback Case Keenum. His greatest weakness is when he’s under pressure, a fact well known to the Rams from Keenum’s time with Los Angeles.

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