Titans vs. Rams Odds
St. Louis is 3-5 overall, 2-2 at home and 3-5 against the spread. Tennessee is 3-4 overall, 1-2 on the road and 4-2-1 against the spread. St. Louis has won four of its last six meetings with Tennessee.
Trends show that the Rams are 0-5 against the spread in their last 5 Week-9 games and 2-8 ATS in their last 10 home games against a team with a losing road record. Tennessee is 5-1 against the spread in its last 6 games on turf.
According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Tennessee is favored on the road, as the Titans have odds of -3 points at St. Louis on Sunday. The over/under total for the game has been set at 39.5 points (View Matchup). The opening odds for this game had the Titans favored by 2.5 points. The spread slowly moved its way up to 3. The over/under total hasn’t changed since opening at 39.5 points.
The Titans are coming off the bye week, but had lost three straight entering the bye. Tennessee is struggling on offense as of late, only posting 311.6 yards per game. The defense hasn’t been too bad, holding opponents to 337 yards per game. The defense is being led by Bernard Pollard, who has 47 tackles with two interceptions. Quarterback Jake Locker has been battling a hip injury, but has thrown for 1,047 yards with eight touchdowns and only one interception. Nate Washington is leading the offense with 26 catches for 439 yards and two touchdowns.
The Rams are coming off a 14-9 loss to the Seahawks on Monday night. The Rams have lost two straight and are playing without Sam Bradford for the rest of the season due to a torn ACL. Kellen Clemens is now the starting quarterback and he has thrown for 177 yards on 17 of 35 passing. The offense will need more from its run game in Bradford’s absence, but the team is rushing for just 86.8 yards per game this season. Defensively, St. Louis is giving up 343.6 yards per game. The Rams have 25 sacks as a team, led by Robert Quinn, who has 10 sacks through eight games.
In terms of Injuries, St. Louis running backs Benny Cunningham and Zac Stacy are both questionable with ankle injuries. Tennessee receiver Kevin Walter (back) and defensive end Derrick Morgan (shoulder) are both questionable as well.
The Public Bets for this game are currently backing Tennessee, as the Titans are getting 63% of the wagers with odds of -3 points at St. Louis on Sunday.