Los Angeles Rams at Tennessee Titans
Madden20 Sim: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 2:00 pm
The Line: Tennessee Titans -4.5 -- Over/Under: 43.5 Click to Get Latest Betting Odds
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The Los Angeles Rams and Tennessee Titans meet Wednesday afternoon in a Madden20 simulation game.
The Los Angeles Rams may not have accomplished much last season, but they have eight players who are ranked at least 85 overall in Madden20. Defensive tackle Aaron Donald is one of the best players in the game with a 99 overall rating and a 99 strength rating. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey is a 94 overall and 93 acceleration rating, while left tackle Andrew Whitworth is 88 overall and has a 90 awareness rating. Running back Todd Gurley has a 86 overall rating and a 91 speed rating and quarterback Jared Goff is rated 77 overall with an 86 acceleration rating. The Los Angeles Rams has one of the better wide receiver trios in this game and have a defense filled with game changers. You can win a lot in this game playing with the Los Angeles Rams.
The Tennessee Titans have four players ranked 86 overall or better in safety Kevin Byard, running back Derrick Henry, cornerback Logan Ryan and tight end Delanie Walker. Just like in real life, the Titans are a physical team in the trenches and rely on a power running game behind the highly rated offensive linemen Rodger Saffold and Taylor Lewan. If the opposing defense doesn’t have a strong front seven, the Titans are going to control the clock and run the ball to victory. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill comes in at 80 rating overall and is a solid 81 speed rating and 86 acceleration rating, so he can make plays with his legs and give the defense something else to think about. The Tennessee Titans may not be the sexiest team in Madden, but they have an identity and are extremely good at the style they bring to the field.
The Tennessee Titans are a team I like to back in simulations because they control the tenches and have a dominant running game to put things on ice in the fourth quarter. However, I like the Titans a lot more in the underdog role. This is a lot of points to lay with a team that can be a bit one-dimensional, and the Los Angeles Rams have far more balance on both sides of the ball, including a front seven that has some of the pieces to slowdown the ground game.
I want the Rams and the free points.