Titans game today: Titans vs. Rams injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live stream, TV channel

Jason McCourty #30 of the Tennessee Titans against Chris Givens #13 of the St. Louis Rams (Photo by Michael Thomas/Getty Images)
Jason McCourty #30 of the Tennessee Titans against Chris Givens #13 of the St. Louis Rams (Photo by Michael Thomas/Getty Images) /

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The Titans travel to the West Coast for a prime-time showdown on Sunday Night Football, and here’s your latest betting info and how you can tune in.

The 6-2 Tennessee Titans look to stay hot and continue their four-game win streak on the road in Week 9 as they face off against the also red-hot 7-1 Los Angeles Rams in a prime-time Sunday Night Football bout in front of a national audience.

The Rams, also winners of four consecutive games, are getting MVP-like play from quarterback Matthew Stafford this season, while Tennessee has to contend with the reality it’ll potentially be without All-Pro running back Derrick Henry for the rest of the season.

Henry, who suffered a Jones fracture in his foot, could potentially return by the time the playoffs roll around.

But for now, head coach Matt Vrabel and Co. have to hope his remaining offensive cast can carry its weight against a Rams squad that is potentially the most balanced and complete team in the entire NFL.

Titans injury report vs. Rams Week 9

The following players showed up on Tennessee’s injury report ahead of its Week 9 bout against Los Angeles:

  • FB Khari Blasingame (knee)
  • G Nate Davis (concussion)
  • LB Rashaan Evans (ankle)
  • DB Chris Jackson (foot)
  • CB Greg Mabin (ankle)
  • DT Jeffery Simmons (ankle)
  • FB Tory Carter (shoulder)
  • EDGE Bud Dupree (knee)
  • WR Julio Jones (hamstring)
  • OT Kendall Lamm (back)
  • DT Teair Tart (groin)

Henry has since been placed on injured reserve, carrying with it a minimum of a three-game absence, although he’ll be out much longer.

Interestingly enough, Stafford and wide receiver Robert Woods also populated the Rams’ injury report, missing practices on both Wednesday and Thursday.

Although Tennessee should highly anticipate both being ready to go for Sunday’s action.

Titans vs. Rams odds, spread, over/under & betting pick Week 9

Not surprisingly, the oddsmakers over at WynnBET increased the line favoring the Rams from six points early in the week to seven points in the wake of news surrounding Henry’s injury.

A nine-point road underdog, Tennessee’s moneyline is +240, whereas Los Angeles’ is -325.

The over/under for this contest is 52.5.

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What channel is the Titans game on Week 9?

The nationally televised Sunday Night Football broadcast between Los Angeles and Tennessee will take place on NBC.

Al Michaels will handle the play-by-play duties with Cris Collinsworth providing color commentary. Michelle Tafoya will be on the sidelines.

The game will kick off on Sunday, Nov. 7 at 8:20 p.m. ET from SoFI Stadium in southern California.

Titans vs. Rams live stream

For those unable to tune into the Sunday Night Football broadcast on television, fuboTV offers up a free seven-day trial for first-time users to stream the game on favored devices. It’s a great way to watch out-of-market games.

Titans next game and schedule

Week 9 will conclude Tennessee’s two-game road trip, which began with the win over the Indianapolis Colts and hopefully results in another upset win over the Rams.

After that, head coach Mike Vrabel’s squad returns home for a two-game set before taking to the road again before a Week 13 bye:

  • Week 10 vs. New Orleans Saints: Sunday, Nov. 14 at 1 p.m. ET
  • Week 11 vs. Houston Texans: Sunday, Nov. 21 at 1 p.m. ET
  • Week 12 @ New England Patriots: Sunday, Nov. 28 at 1 p.m. ET
  • Week 13: BYE
  • Week 14 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: Sunday, Dec. 12 at 1 p.m. ET

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