Titans vs Rams Props – Best Team and Player Prop Bets for SNF Week 9

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp (10) during an NFL football game against the Houston Texans, Sunday, Oct. 31, 2021, in Houston. (AP Photo/Matt Patterson)

The Tennessee Titans and Los Angeles Rams are capping off Week 9 with a Sunday Night Football battle beginning at 8:20pm ET Sunday, November 7th
The Titans will begin life without Derrick Henry as the running back was lost to a foot injury last weekend
See our favorite best prop bets below

The Tennessee Titans (6-2) travel to the City of Angels to take on the Los Angeles Rams (7-1) in front of everyone on Sunday night. Kickoff from SoFi Stadium is scheduled for 8:20pm ET on NBC. Perfect weather is expected as this one will be played indoors.

The Titans had a good Week 8 as they came from behind to beat the dreaded Indianapolis Colts 34-31 in overtime. The celebration was short lived though as Derrick Henry was placed on IR soon after with a foot injury. On the other side, the Rams won their fourth game in a row taking out the Houston Texans 38-22 on the road.

The Rams are heavy 7.5-point favorites in this one and that line could go even higher by the time kickoff rolls around. The over/under is sitting at 53.5 so bettors are definitely still expecting points in this game.  As always, there are plenty of player props to consider.

Titans vs Rams Player Props

Passer
Longest Completion
Passing Yards
Passing TDs

Ryan Tannehill (Titans)
36.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
270.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
1.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)

Matthew Stafford (Rams)
39.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
301.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
2.5 (Ov +100 / Un -130)

Rusher
Longest Rush
Rushing Yards
Total Yards

Adrian Peterson (Titans)
OFF
32.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
OFF

Darrell Henderson Jr. (Rams)
15.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
74.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
97.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)

Matthew Stafford (Rams)
OFF
1.5 (Ov -110 / Un -120)
OFF

Ryan Tannehill (Titans)
9.5 (Ov +100 / Un -130)
14.5 (Ov -120 / Un -110)
OFF

Receiver
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Longest Reception

A.J. Brown (Titans)
5.5 (Ov -145 / Un +110)
75.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
24.5 (Ov -120 / Un -110)

Cooper Kupp (Rams)
7.5 (Ov -110 / Un -120)
98.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
28.5 (Ov -120 / Un -110)

Darrell Henderson Jr. (Rams)
2.5 (Ov +100 / Un -135)
17.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
11.5 (Ov -105 / Un -125)

Robert Woods (Rams)
5.5 (Ov +110 / Un -145)
59.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
21.5 (Ov -120 / Un -110)

Tyler Higbee (Rams)
3.5 (Ov -140 / Un +105)
38.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)
16.5 (Ov -115 / Un -115)

Due to injury concerns with the Titans skill positions, there are limited player props available on their side.

Odds as of Nov. 6 at DraftKings

Cooper Kupp is Unstoppable

The Matthew Stafford/Jared Goff switch at quarterback has changed the trajectory of Cooper Kupp’s career at this point. He is absolutely dominating the NFL putting up video game numbers seemingly every single game. He is one of the most precise route runners in the game and he has the quarterback to support him.

What he did last month might only be the beginning too.

.@cooperkupp is built different.

Your NFC Offensive Player of the Month had 38 receptions, 557 yards, 5 TDs in October 👀 pic.twitter.com/QIvcQ1ZL90

— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) November 4, 2021

Sure he has 63 catches so far and sure he has 924 receiving yards which is great. The issue is the books are catching up to him and giving him giant hoops to jump through each week. If we want to play Kupp, we have to find other markets.

The one I found was the longest reception market. Generally speaking, we see mid-20s numbers in this market for the top tier guys and this week Kupp is only being listed at 28.5. That seems like a steal for a guy that has hit this number in each of his last five starts. He’s actually only missed this number once this season.

No team in the NFL has given up more reception yardage to the wide receiver position than the Tennessee Titans this season. They’ve also allowed the most receptions to the position. While they haven’t given up too many 40+ yard pass plays, they still are susceptible to a guy like Kupp. Look for him to have at least one reception that goes longer than 28.5 yards Sunday night.

The Pick: Cooper Kupp Over 28.5 longest reception (-120) – Wager 1.2 units to win 1 unit
SBD 2021 NFL Player Props Record – 13-15 -1.18 Units

Titans vs Rams Scoring Props

Player
First Touchdown Scorer
Anytime Touchdown Scorer

Cooper Kupp (Rams)
+500
-175

Darrell Henderson Jr. (Rams)
+550
-150

+850
+105

Van Jefferson (Rams)
+1200
+165

Adrian Peterson (Titans)
+1200
+150

A.J. Brown (Titans)
+1200
+150

Tyler Higbee (Rams)
+1500
+225

Jeremy McNichols (Titans)
+1500
+200

Julio Jones (Titans)
+1800
+260

Sony Michel (Rams)
+2000
+300

Ryan Tannehill (Titans)
+2000
+310

Who Scores?

Prime-time games are deserving of touchdown scorer props. They go hand-in-hand. Like peanut butter and jelly. They’re great bets at bigger than normal odds that always seem to have a chance of cashing no matter how the game script is going.

It’s also fun when you have one at +310.

That. Just. Happened. Ryan Tannehill goes untouched up the middle for a 45-yard rushing touchdown! 😲

Tannehill anytime TD (+310) 💵#TENvsGB pic.twitter.com/ejjTWEcB2z

— TwinSpires Sportsbook 💵 (@TS_Sportsbook) December 28, 2020

Derrick Henry is gone for the season so the Titans will have to get creative near the goal-line. Only two players in the NFL have more rushing attempts inside the 5-yard line this season than Henry. It’s not crazy to think the Titans will get tricky in that area of the field.

Tannehill already has three rushing touchdowns this season so it’s not like we’re asking him to do anything he hasn’t done before.

Pick: Ryan Tannehill – Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+310): Wager .1 unit to win 0.310 units
2021 Touchdown Scorer prop record: 13-16, +0.345 units

Author: wpadmin

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