What channel is Rams vs. Titans today? Schedule, time of ‘Sunday Night Football’ in week 9

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The Tennessee Titans and Los Angeles Rams have two of the best records in football, with the Titans at 6-2 and the Rams at 7-1. Both teams are looking to make a deep run this season, but the Titans took a big hit in a big win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday by losing superstar running back Derrick Henry for at least the regular season. Meanwhile, the Rams have been rolling barring a setback against the Cardinals, which has placed them second in the NFC West heading into Week 9.

The Rams have proven extremely difficult to understand, but there is no denying what the Titans have done in recent weeks. They were able to finish off the Chiefs and their powerful offense, and the week before they had a victory over the powerful Buffalo Bills. Recently, they have been doing enough to win, and now they will have to do it without their best player against the Rams.

This game could also mark Adrian Peterson’s debut for the Titans, although he will have to fight Jeremy McNichols. It appears the Titans are looking to add as many bodies to the backfield as possible, but it is very clear that this will be Ryan Tannehill’s offense going forward.

The Rams don’t have that problem. They are Matthew Stafford’s team, although it is the defense that presents a new face on Sunday. Von Miller will be preparing for the Rams for the first time after being acquired from the Broncos. This is a great game of “old faces in new places,” and being a primetime showdown only adds to the intrigue.

A not-so-old face in a familiar place is welcoming leader Cooper Kupp, who has become Stafford’s favorite threat and just won NFC Offensive Player of the Month honors in October. Kupp has 63 receptions for 924 yards, putting him second to Tyreek Hill in receptions and first in the league in yards.

Here’s what you need to know to watch Titans and Rams this Sunday, including start time, TV channels, and the full NFL Week 9 schedule.

PLUS: Watch Rams vs. Titans Live with fuboTV (7-day trial)

What channel is Rams vs. Titans today?

  • Television channel (national): NBC
  • Live broadcast: Peacock, fuboTV

Rams vs. Titans will air nationally on NBC along with every “Sunday Night Football” game during the 2021 NFL season. The game will be called up by Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth, with Michelle Tafoya on the bench. It can be broadcast live on Peacock or with fuboTV, offering a free seven-day trial.

In Canada, viewers can watch Rams vs. Titans on DAZN, which includes all NFL games as part of a 30-day free trial.

Rams vs Titans start time

  • Date: Sunday, November 7
  • Kick off: 8:20 pm ET | 5:20 pm Pacific Time

Play will begin at 8:20 am EST and 5:20 am local time at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. 8:20 am EST is the standard start time for Sunday Night Football.

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Rams 2021 calendar

Week Date adversary Start time TV
1 September 12 W vs. Chicago, 34-14 8:20 pm ET NBC
2 September 19th G at Indianapolis, 27-24 1 pm ET FOX
3 September 26 W vs. Tampa Bay, 34-24 4:25 pm ET FOX
Room Oct. 3 against Arizona 4:05 pm ET FOX
5 Oct. Seventh in seattle 8:20 pm ET FOX
Sixth Oct. 17 in the New York Giants 1 pm ET FOX
Seventh Oct. 24 against Detroit 4:05 pm ET FOX
Eighth Oct. 31 In Houston 1 pm ET FOX
9 November 7 against Tennessee 8:20 pm ET NBC
10 November 15 in San Francisco 8:15 pm ET ESPN
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12 November 28 in green bay 4:25 pm ET FOX
13 Dec 5 against Jacksonville 4:25 pm ET CBS
14 Dec 13 in arizona 8:15 pm ET ESPN
fifteen Dec 19 against Seattle 4:25 pm ET FOX
sixteen Dec 26 in Minnesota 1 pm ET FOX
17 January 2 in baltimore 4:25 pm ET FOX
18 January 9th against San Francisco 4:25 pm ET FOX

Titans schedule 2021

Week Date adversary Start time (ET) TV
1 September 12 against cardinals 1 p. M. CBS
2 September 19th in Seahawks 4:25 pm CBS
3 September 26 against foals 1 p. M. CBS
Room Oct. 3 in the jets 1 p. M. CBS
5 Oct. 10 in the jaguars 1 p. M. CBS
Sixth Oct. 18 (Monday) against invoices 8:15 pm ESPN
Seventh Oct. 24 against bosses 1 p. M. CBS
Eighth Oct. 31 in Colts 1 p. M. CBS
9 November 7 in Rams 7:20 pm NBC
10 November 14th vs saints 1 p. M. CBS
eleven November 21 against Texans 1 p. M. CBS
12 November 28 in Patriots 1 p. M. CBS
13 Bye
14 Dec 12 against jaguars 1 p. M. CBS
fifteen Dec 19 on Steelers 1 p. M. CBS
sixteen Dec 23 (Thursday) against 49ers 7:20 pm NFLN
17 January 2 against dolphins 1 p. M. CBS
18 January 9th Texans 1 p. M. CBS

Schedule ‘Sunday Night Football’ 2021

Week Date Match
1 September 9 (Thursday) Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Dallas Cowboys
September 12 Los Angeles Rams vs. Chicago Bears
2 September 19th Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City Chiefs
3 September 26 San Francisco 49ers vs. Green Bay Packers
Room Oct. 3 New England Patriots vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
5 Oct. 10 Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills
Sixth Oct. 17 Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Seattle Seahawks
Seventh Oct. 24 San Francisco 49ers vs. Indianapolis Colts
Eighth Oct. 31 Minnesota Vikings vs. Dallas Cowboys
9 November 7 Los Angeles Rams vs. Tennessee Titans
10 November 14th Las Vegas Raiders vs. Kansas City Chiefs
eleven November 21 Los Angeles Chargers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
12 November 28 Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns
13 Dec 5 Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers
14 Dec 12 Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears
fifteen Dec 19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints
sixteen Dec 26 Washington Soccer Team vs. Dallas Cowboys
17 January 2 Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings
18 January 9th TBD

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