Sunday Night DFS Single Game Breakdown: Titans at Rams

Nov 06, 2021
Sunday Night DFS Single Game Breakdown: Titans at Rams

Derrick Henry's injury completely changes this Titans offense, but there are still ways to fulfill his role and score. This week's biggest concern for the Titans will have to be about their secondary and figuring out ways to stop the Rams passing attack.

The Titans defensively have given up the third-most passing yards in the NFL and are tied for third-most passing touchdowns given up. On the ground, teams have found some success against the Titans, but not enough to make a big impact on this showdown slate. Offensively they are dealing with some key injuries—starting guard Nate Davis is out, who has played 96% of the snaps this year, A.J. Brown is questionable, as well as Taylor Lewan. They have added Adrian Peterson, who fits the mold for running in between the tackles, and will use Jeremy McNichols in the passing game for the running back room.

The Rams added Von Miller to an already top-tier front four. If he suits up, this will be a very difficult task for Tannehill and this Titans offense. As for the Rams offense, this passing game will be in full force and have a ton of matchups to take advantage of. The Rams drives end in a score at the second-highest rate in the NFL.

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No weather to worry about in this one! The Rams play in a dome. But for other weather updates check out our weather page.

Vegas Lines

Over/Under: 52.5

Titans Implied Total: 23

Rams Implied Total: 30.5

Tennessee Titans

Passing Offense

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