Titans vs. Rams 2013 picks and predictions: No consensus among experts

Wesley Hitt

Sunday's Titans-Rams game is expected to be a close affair.

The St. Louis Rams host the Tennessee Titans in Week 9, and online experts are split on who will the game.

The Titans are coming off a bye week after getting crushed by the San Francisco 49ers. They are 3-4 and looking to get back in the playoff race, and Jake Locker had another week to get healthy after missing two games with a hip injury. The Rams fell to 3-5 after an ugly loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night. Sam Bradford is out with a torn ACL, so they are turning to Kellen Clemens. He was less than impressive in the loss.

There is no consensus among experts on this game. At ESPN, five analysts picked the Titans and four are going with the Rams. Over at CBS Sports, five out of nine writers are predicting Tennessee to win. Finally, at Yahoo Sports, Frank Schwab picked the Titans, and Les Carpenter is going with St. Louis.

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