Tennessee Titans vs Los Angeles Rams Prediction, Preview and Odds - 11/07/2021

by Amedeus Mastrangelo

Game Time: 8:20 pm ET, Sunday, November 7, 2021
Venue:  SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
Where to Watch:  NBC

 

Opening Odds at USA Sportsbooks

DraftKings:  Point Spread:  Titans +7.5, Rams -7.5; Over/Under:  54 points
Bet365:  Point Spread:  Titans +7.5, Rams -7.5; Over/Under:  53.5 points
BetMGM:  Point Spread:  Titans +7.5, Rams -7.5; Over/Under:  53.5 points
 

Season Record

Tennessee Titans:  6-2 (1st place, AFC South)
Los Angeles Rams:  7-1 (2nd place, NFC West)
 
Do not miss out on our expert handicapper analysis! Will Rogers is on a 28-19 NFL RUN! Make sure you check out his picks and many more from the expert handicappers featured in the Shop Picks section.

 

Tennessee Titans vs Los Angeles Rams Preview and Analysis

 
Recent Form
Tennessee Titans:  won on the road on Oct. 31 against the Indianapolis Colts in overtime 34-31.
Los Angeles Rams:  won on the road on Oct. 31 against the Houston Texans 38-22.
 
 
 

Tennessee Titans Analysis

The Titans are coming into this game with a 6-2 record overall and they are 3-1 in their road games this season where they will be in this game. They are coming into this one on a 4 game winning streak after a win in their last game, a divisional battle with the Colts that they ended up winning in OT. Ryan Tannehill played alright in that game but he also struggled at times as he completed 23/33 passes for 265 yards, 3 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Derrick Henry led the team in rushing with 68 yards on 28 carries before leaving that game with what looks to be a season ending injury. A.J. Brown had a very nice day as he led the receivers with 155 yards and 1 touchdown on 10 receptions while Geoff Swaim and Nick Westbrook both caught the other touchdown passes in that game with 1 each. David Long led the defense in that game with 6 solo tackles and 3 assisted ones. Harold Landry recorded the only sack in that game for the defense while Kevin Byard and Elijah Molden each came away with 1 interception for them in that one. They have scored 227 points in their 8 games this season averaging 28.4 PPG and they have allowed their opponents to score 195 points against them allowing 24.4 PPG. Their offense is averaging 377.1 YPG while their defense is allowing 368.1 YPG.
 
 

Los Angeles Rams Analysis

The Rams are coming into this game with a 7-1 record overall and they are 3-1 in their home games this season where they will be in this game. They only have 1 loss on the season and have won 4 straight games since then coming into this one off of a win in their last game against the Texans. Matthew Stafford played great in that game as he completed 21/32 passes for 305 yards and 3 touchdowns. Darrell Henderson led the team in rushing with 90 yards and 1 touchdown on 14 carries while Robert Woods also ran in 1 touchdown. Cooper Kupp had a nice day as he led the receivers with 115 yards and 1 touchdown on 7 receptions while Van Jefferson had 88 yards on 3 receptions. Woods also caught 1 TD pass in that game as well. Ernest Jones led the defense in that game with 7 solo tackles and 2 assisted ones along with 0.5 sacks while Donte Deayon was right behind with 6 solo tackles and 1 assisted one. Leonard Floyd led the defense in sacks in that game with 2 while Jones came away with the only interception for them in that one. They have scored 245 points in their 8 games this season averaging 30.6 PPG and they have allowed their opponents to score 168 points against them allowing 21 PPG. Their offense is averaging 405.9 YPG while their defense is allowing 367.5 YPG.
 
 

 

Titans vs Rams Prediction

The Rams are coming into this game as a 7.5 point favorite with the current betting odds according to Draftkings Sportsbook. The Rams have been getting better on the offensive side of the ball all season but now they have bolstered their defense as well with the trade for Von Miller this week. They are playing a Titans team that has lost their starting running back for the season and still have Julio Jones injured. Henry was their anchor and without him teams do not need to sell out on the run because they do not have anyone as good to run the ball even with the signing of Adrian Peterson. It will be too easy for the Rams to cover Brown in this game which will make it difficult for them to even score here. The best bet to place in this game is on the Rams to cover the spread in this one.
 
Titans Rams Prediction:  Our NFL Pick for Sunday, November 7, 2021 (8:20 pm ET start time) is Rams 31 Titans 13.
Don't miss our champion handicappers free picks and expert football picks today.  And if you enjoyed this Tennessee Titans Los Angeles Rams prediction, be sure to drop by every day for our weekly NFL predictions and previews.
 

NFL Betting Trends

 
Tennessee Titans: 218-184 O/U in all games. 115-93 O/U as an underdog. 72-64 O/U as a road underdog. 104-99 O/U in road games. 81-65 O/U off a division game.
Los Angeles Rams: 62-44 O/U as a favorite of 3.5 to 9.5 points. 242-237 O/U in all games. 71-65 O/U as a home favorite. 121-112 O/U in home games. 16-2 O/U against AFC South division opponents.
 

Key Injuries

 
Tennessee Titans:  J. Jones (WR) Ques Sun - Hamstring injury. D. Henry (RB) Mid Jan - Foot injury. D. Cruikshank (DB) Ques Sun - Head injury.
Los Angeles Rams:  T. Howard (LB) Out indefinitely - Hamstring injury. C. Atwell (WR) I-R - Shoulder injury. T. Anchrum Jr. (OL) Ques Sun - Knee injury.
 

Notable Quotes


"I was actually on the sideline preparing my speech if the game would have gone the other way. We're resilient. We're going to keep swinging, and I was able to make a play at the end and I'm just happy we won the game." - Kevin Byard on making the interception that set up the field goal that won them their last game.
 
 
"Happy to be where I am, trying to enjoy it, trying to embrace it and be as good as I can be for those guys and lead the way." - Matt Stafford on playing for the Rams now after their win against the Texans in their last game.
 
 

Starting Lineups

 
Tennessee Titans
WR JONES, JULIO 
WR Brown, AJ 
WR Reynolds, Josh 
TE Swaim, Geoff 
QB TANNEHILL, RYAN 
RB McNichols, Jeremy 
FB Carter, Tory 
 
Los Angeles Rams
WR Kupp, Cooper 
WR Jefferson, Van 
WR Woods, Robert 
TE Higbee, Tyler 
QB STAFFORD, MATTHEW 
RB Michel, Sony 
 

Statistical Leaders

 
Tennessee Titans
Passing: R. Tannehill (2002)
Rushing: D. Henry (937)
Receiving: A. Brown (509)
Touchdowns: D. Henry (10)
 
Los Angeles Rams
Passing: M. Stafford (2477)
Rushing: D. Henderson Jr. (507)
Receiving: C. Kupp (924)
Touchdowns: C. Kupp (10)
 
Coaches:
Tennessee Titans: Mike Vrabel (4th season)
Los Angeles Rams: Sean McVay (5th season)


Amedeus Mastrangelo

About the Author:

Amedeus Mastrangelo has been heavily wagering on all sports for years and plays just about everything, including sides, totals, favorites, underdogs, against the spread, alternative spreads, first half, second half, player props, and futures. The bottom line is, if Mastrangelo can see an edge in any way shape or form, then he's going to take advantage.

All photographic images used for editorial content have been licensed from the Associated Press.

© 2022 Al McMordie's BigAl.com. All Rights Reserved.