Tennessee Titans travel to Los Angeles Rams for Sunday night game


Tennessee Titans (6-2) vs. Los Angeles Rams (7-1)
Sunday, November 7, 2021 | 5:20 p.m. PT / 7:20 p.m. CT
Inglewood, California | SoFi Stadium | Television: NBC

Tennessee TitansNashville, Tennessee – This week, the Tennessee Titans make their first appearance at SoFi Stadium (71,500 capacity) as they travel to take on the Los Angeles Rams in Sunday Night Football. Kick-off is scheduled for 5:20 p.m. PST / 7:20 p.m. CST on Sunday, November 7.

The game features two teams with three combined losses. The Titans, winners of four consecutive games, are 6-2 and hold first place in the AFC South. The Rams are 7-1, tied with the Arizona Cardinals for NFC West record. They currently reside in second place due to Arizona’s head-to-head advantage.

The last time the Titans franchise played a game in Los Angeles was on October 30, 1994, when the then Oilers faced the Los Angeles Raiders at the LA Coliseum.

The Oilers’ last trip to play against the Rams in Los Angeles was on November 4, 1990. From 1995 to 2015, the Rams played in St. Louis before returning to Southern California in 2016. SoFi Stadium, which is also home to the Chargers of Los Angeles, was baptized in 2020.

This week’s contest will be televised nationally on NBC, including Nashville affiliate WSMV News 4. The broadcast team includes announcer Al Michaels, analyst Cris Collinsworth and reporter Michele Tafoya. Terry McAulay is a rules analyst.

Fans can live stream the broadcast to their mobile devices from the Titans mobile app (iOS and Android), as well as to desktops and the mobile web at TennesseeTitans.com. Restrictions apply. For more information and other streaming options, visit TennesseeTitans.com or NFL.com/ways-to-watch.

The Titans Radio Network and Nashville 104.5 flagship The Zone will broadcast the game across the Mid-South with “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith, analyst Dave McGinnis, key reporter Amie Wells and the Game host Rhett Bryan.

In addition, Westwood One Sports will broadcast the game to a national radio audience. Play-by-play announcer Ryan Radtke and analyst Ryan Leaf will have the call.

About the Tennessee Titans

Tennessee TitansThe Titans visited Indianapolis last week and needed extra hours to secure a 34-31 victory over the Colts (3-5) and extend their lead in the division standings. The Colts are three games behind in second place, followed by the Jacksonville Jaguars (1-6) and Houston Texans (1-7).

In the final two minutes of the fourth quarter, rookie cornerback Elijah Molden gave the Titans a seven-point lead with an interception return for a touchdown. However, the Colts scored with 22 seconds left to tie the score 31-31 and force overtime. In the extra period, Titans safety Kevin Byard recorded his fourth interception of the season to set the offense in place for Randy Bullock’s winning 44-yard field goal.

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill helped bring the team back from an early 14-0 deficit. He completed three touchdown passes, underscored by a 57-yard pass to wide receiver AJ Brown. Tannehill was credited with his 12th NFL winning streak since joining the Titans in 2019, while Brown set a new career high with 155 receiving yards on 10 catches (a tied career high) .

About the Los Angeles Rams

Rams HelmetThe Rams are in their fifth season under head coach Sean McVay. In 2020, they went 10-6 to claim their third place in the playoffs with McVay at the helm. It led them to a pair of NFC West titles and an appearance in Super Bowl LIII after the 2018 campaign.

During the offseason, the Rams acquired veteran quarterback Matthew Stafford in a trade with the Detroit Lions. Now in his 13th season in the NFL, Stafford is the NFL’s second-best passer in 2021 for yards (2,477) and touchdowns (22).

The Rams are led defensively by defensive tackle Aaron Donald, seven-time Pro Bowler and three-time Associated Press NFL Defensive Player of the Year. Donald has five sacks in eight weeks in 2021.

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