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TENNESSEE (3 - 4) at ST LOUIS (3 - 5)
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Week 9 Sunday, 11/3/2013 1:00 PM
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408ST LOUIS4340.5
TENNESSEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-4-0.14-24-320.78.7311.6(5.2)
Road Games1-2-0.13-01-217.79.0233.3(4)0.719.75.3350.3(5.6)2.0
Last 3 Games0-3-31-22-115.73.3310.0(5.6)2.325.712.3368.7(5.8)1.3
TENNESSEE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.78.716.929:3527-103(3.8)19-3358.7%209(6.4)60-312(5.2)(15)
Opponents Defensive Avg.20.410.717.729:5026-105(4.1)20-3359.3%207(6.2)59-312(5.3)(15.3)
Offense Road Games17.79.014.730:3832-99(3.1)15-2657.0%134(5.1)58-233(4)(13.2)
Defense (All Games)20.98.919.631:0328-117(4.3)21-3363.5%220(6.7)60-337(5.6)(16.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.221120.132:5329-120(4.1)21-3363.5%230(6.9)62-350(5.6)(15.9)
Defense Road Games19.75.321.030:5225-118(4.7)23-3762.5%232(6.2)63-350(5.6)(17.8)
TENNESSEE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-433.3%0-066.7%2-57(23.6)3-11(4.3)6-52
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.81.8 14-539.1%1-048.8%2-51(23.4)21-2(8.7)7-57
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-534.9%1-1100.0%4-92(25.2)3-8(3.1)5-51

ST LOUIS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-5+0.13-56-220.68.1303.7(5)1.424.713.1343.6(6)1.5
Home Games2-202-23-120.210.0311.0(4.8)1.523.210.2314.5(5.7)1.7
Last 3 Games1-2+1.12-12-120.78.3290.7(5.3)1.719.010.0279.0(5.4)1.3
Dome Games2-3-12-34-121.08.6333.0(5)1.424.813.0330.2(5.9)1.4
ST LOUIS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.410.619.730:5326-110(4.2)22-3561.9%228(6.5)61-338(5.5)(15.1)
Offense Home Games20.210.019.732:3429-107(3.7)20-3655.6%204(5.7)65-311(4.8)(15.4)
Defense (All Games)24.713.119.430:1528-116(4.1)20-2967.7%227(7.7)57-344(6)(13.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.210.919.931:3526-107(4)22-3462.9%230(6.7)61-337(5.5)(15.2)
Defense Home Games23.210.216.727:2526-111(4.2)17-2859.3%203(7.2)55-314(5.7)(13.5)
ST LOUIS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.71.82.413-538.8%1-048.8%2-44(23)17-2(7.6)7-56
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-538.4%1-050.0%1-33(24)2-5(2.5)7-70
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.20.71.9 13-536.8%1-048.4%2-48(24.1)15-2(7.4)7-58
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-434.6%1-033.3%1-24(24)2-4(1.9)7-70
Average power rating of opponents played: TENNESSEE 20.1,  ST LOUIS 21
TENNESSEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/8/2013@ PITTSBURGH16-9W6W41U42-11211-20-117015-3221-33-1632
9/15/2013@ HOUSTON24-30L7W41.5O33-11917-30-129028-17226-48-2802
9/22/2013SAN DIEGO20-17W-3T42.5U29-17023-37-282027-10220-24-1751
9/29/2013NY JETS38-13W-3W40.5O31-7821-32-244023-9123-34-2394
10/6/2013KANSAS CITY17-26L2L37.5O22-10521-41-234326-12020-39-2332
10/13/2013@ SEATTLE13-20L11.5W42U20-6617-29-157233-15123-31-2532
10/20/2013SAN FRANCISCO17-31L3L41O13-7025-41-298241-15313-21-1960
11/3/2013@ ST LOUIS            
11/24/2013@ OAKLAND            
12/1/2013@ INDIANAPOLIS            

ST LOUIS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/15/2013@ ATLANTA24-31L4L48O18-6932-55-352116-3633-43-3570
9/22/2013@ DALLAS7-31L3L48U12-3529-49-197134-19317-24-2031
9/26/2013SAN FRANCISCO11-35L3L43O19-1819-41-170240-21915-23-1512
10/13/2013@ HOUSTON38-13W9.5W42.5O25-9912-16-117030-15327-38-2674
10/20/2013@ CAROLINA15-30L7L42O21-6323-34-254338-10215-17-1800
11/10/2013@ INDIANAPOLIS            
12/1/2013@ SAN FRANCISCO            
TENNESSEE: This team is built for power blocking up front (they spent big on guards, getting free agent Andy Levitre and drafting Chance Warmack) and lots of bodies to clear the way for Chris Johnson. They use a lot of big sets, with two tight ends or a fullback. They have mixed in quite a few zone stretch plays to better fit Johnson's skill set. They figure to give around 40 percent of early down reps to Shonn Greene, a more traditional power back. They also use zone read looks to take advantage of Jake Locker's athleticism. New offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains was the QB coach before his promotion, and he's as responsible for Locker's progression in the passing game as anyone. They still rely on a lot of screens and quick-hitters, especially with Kendall Wright and Johnson. They'll likely incorporate more deep shots this season, especially if Kenny Britt is healthy. Britt and the other outside receiver in three-wide sets, likely rookie Justin Hunter, work outside and primarily downfield. Their tight ends are greatly underutilized. Delanie Walker is athletic, but his inconsistent hands will likely keep him from grabbing a big receiving role. When the Titans reached the red zone, they leaned heavily on Johnson, but often asked Jamie Harper to finish drives. That role will likely go to Greene this year. Although the Titans allowed the most points in the NFL and recovered just five fumbles, they also scored nine non-offensive touchdowns (5 defense, 4 return) and finished second in the league with 19 picks. DE Kamerion Wimbley and OLB Akeem Ayers will continue to rush frequently off the edge, and the signing of Colts LB Moise Fokou will push underperforming MLB Colin McCarthy in training camp. The free-agent additions of safeties Bernard Pollard and George Wilson will help instill fear into opposing wideouts.
ST LOUIS: Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer has always been more of a finesse coach, and the loss of Steven Jackson will force him away from the ground game. They may have to install some more zone looks, with outside runner Daryl Richardson the only proven back on the roster. Isaiah Pead, more of a one-cut back, has a shot at a bigger role after a poor showing as a rookie, as does rookie Zac Stacy. There's a chance big back Terrance Ganaway could work his way into the rotation, as the team's only true power runner. The Rams will spread it out and go with a lot of short, catch-and-run stuff. Rookie Tavon Austin steps into Danny Amendola's slot position and should lead the team in targets, getting the ball on a lot of short and behind-the-line-of-scrimmage passes. Sam Bradford prefers to work over the middle, so there will be enough balls for Austin and TE Jared Cook, who should be option 1A. Chris Givens is a field stretcher, and they'll look for more catch-and-run stuff out of developing flanker Brian Quick. Schottenheimer has always gotten pass-happy in the red zone, and that should be the case again with no proven power runner. Expect a lot of stuff for Cook near the goal line. Austin Pettis saw a lot of red zone looks last year, though he could be pushed to the bench by Quick. The Rams posted a whopping 52 sacks last season, which tied for the NFL lead. But this unit had just four fumble recoveries all season and failed to pick off a pass in nine of the final 12 games. Talent does exist for new defensive coordinator Tim Walton though, with DEs Chris Long (11.5 sacks) and Robert Quinn (10.5 sacks) and LB James Laurinaitis (142 tackles) standing out among the front seven, and CBs Cortland Finnegan (83 solo tackles) and Janoris Jenkins (4 INT) both strong cover men in a solid secondary.
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*Titans-Rams Preview* =====================


Having had some extra time to recover from his injuries, the Tennessee Titans feel confident Jake Locker can play a key role in their bid to end a five-year playoff drought.

Locker will get a chance to show it against the St. Louis Rams, who are coming off an outstanding effort defensively.

Following three straight losses to elite opponents, Tennessee hopes to get back in the win column Sunday in St. Louis.

After missing two games because of hip and knee injuries, Locker showed some rust in a 31-17 loss to San Francisco on Oct. 20. He threw for 326 and two TDs, but both scores and 222 of those yards came after Tennessee (3-4) trailed 24-0 at the half.

The bye week that followed appears to have helped Locker, who says he's feeling as good as he has since going down in a Week 4 victory over the New York Jets.

"He can get that rhythm going that we felt we were getting in on offense that kind of got stripped from us," coach Mike Munchak said. "And now we've got to get in it fast because we have to win some games. If he can do that this week and get some help from his buddies, we can get ourselves going here."

Locker has completed a career-high 61.8 percent of his passes for 1,047 yards with eight touchdowns and one interception. But since he helped them average 24.5 points during a 3-1 start, the Titans have scored just 15.7 per game in losses to defensive-minded Kansas City (8-0), Seattle (7-1) and the 49ers (6-2).

Now a healthy Locker looks to provide a lift for a Tennessee team that ranks 27th in the NFL with 311.6 yards per game.

"The little details are what's killing us," Locker said. "If you watch all our games, we've moved the football. We've done a good job moving the football getting first downs. But we've had some drives stall out, especially early on."

The Titans, who seek their first playoff appearance since 2008, also hope to get Chris Johnson on track in the running game. After averaging 85.3 rushing yards in his first three games, the former 2,000-yard rusher has run for 27.5 per game in his last four.

Munchak said he would like to see his squad run at least 35 times since the NFC West-worst Rams (3-5) are giving up 116.1 rushing yards per game.

St. Louis, however, is coming off its best defensive performance in Monday's 14-9 loss to the Seahawks, who had 38 yards at the half - their fewest since 1998.

Tennessee will have to keep a particularly close eye on Robert Quinn, who had three sacks to increase his NFC-leading total to 10. He's only the second Rams player to get 10 in the first eight games and the first since Kevin Greene had that many in 1988.

"He's something like a superhero," backup defensive end Eugene Sims said. "He's phenomenal, he's got the speed, he's got the inside move, he's got the power. He's one of the best, if not the best."

With Sam Bradford gone for the season because of a torn left knee ligament, Kellen Clemens will make his second straight start. Clemens completed 15 of 31 passes for 158 yards with two interceptions Monday, but showed some promise by driving the team 96 yards in 12 plays with just over five minutes left to put the Rams in position to win it.

The Seahawks, though, stuffed Daryl Richardson on third-and-goal from the 1-yard line before Clemens overthrew his intended target on the final play.

"I thought he managed the game well, he handled things, he settled own," said coach Jeff Fisher, who spent 17 years with the Houston/Tennessee franchise and will face his old team for the first time.

Although he was sidelined late with an ankle injury, Zac Stacy is expected to play after rushing for a career-best 134 yards on 26 carries. He'll try to find some holes in a Tennessee defense that ranks 24th in the NFL, giving up 117.1 yards per game.

The Rams, however, will be without offensive guard Harvey Dahl for at least a few weeks due to an MCL injury.

St. Louis has gone 2-2 versus the Titans since moving from Los Angeles, including a 23-16 victory over Fisher and Tennessee in Super Bowl XXXIV.

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