Titans vs Rams: Takeaways from St. Louis' 28-21 Loss to Tennessee

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Titans vs Rams: Takeaways from St. Louis' 28-21 Loss to Tennessee
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The St. Louis Rams (3-6) played a competitive game against the Tennessee Titans (4-4), but the elusive Chris Johnson was too much for the St. Louis defense to handle. 

Johnson picked up 170 yards from scrimmage and scored two touchdowns, making the St. Louis defense look helpless in the process.

Although, the defense cannot be solely blamed, as the offense contributed to the loss with a Benny Cunningham fumble and a missed field goal. The two mishaps knocked 10 points off the board, which turned out to be the difference of the game. 

There were some positives on offense, such as rookie back Zac Stacy, who had another monster performance with 178 yards from scrimmage and two scores. 

Also, Clemens was much better this week with 210 passing yards, one touchdown and zero picks, but a fourth-quarter fumble that set up a Titans touchdown spoiled his effort. 

Overall, it was another admirable effort that was not rewarded with a victory. 

Here are my takeaways from this game...

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