Earlier, I thought that Jermale Hines could be a dark horse to win a job at outside linebacker, but it looks like the Rams' intentions are to keep him at safety.
Hines caught a very easy interception against the Colts last week, but all that really matters is that he made the play. On top of making the play, he had a pretty good return. The Rams see something they like in Hines. All of the sudden, it looks like there could be a battle for the safety job opposite of Quintin Mikell.
If Jermale Hines is able to put in another good effort against the Titans, he could challenge Craig Dahl and James Butler for the starting job. Hines doesn't necessarily have to make another interception to have a good game, but keep your eyes open to see how often he is around the football.