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Tonight’s edition Sunday Night FootballTwo of the best teams in the NFL are featured. Los Angeles Rams (7-1), are the opponents of the Tennessee Titans (6-2). The game starts at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC. It will also Stream on PeacockNBCSports.com is the NBC Sports App. The NFL App and Yahoo Sports App are also available. 

With four wins in a row, the Titans have been one of the most popular teams in the NFL. They won their last three games, including an overtime win over the Indianapolis Colts (34-31). Derrick Henry, the Titans’ star running back, is currently in pain and could be out for the rest of the year. To add depth to their running back position, the Titans signed Adrian Peterson, an NFL legend. 

“I am excited to be here,”Peterson spoke after Friday’s practice.The official Titans website. “You think of an ideal situation for a running back like me and my style, it would be this right now. So, I am just going to live in the moment, enjoy it, and do whatever they ask me to do. It was a warm welcome (from teammates). Guys seem excited to have me here. But, of course, it’s about what you can do, now. I feel like once I came out, and the way I approached practice and the meeting room, I know guys are watching and kind of feed off that as well.”

The Rams also traded for Von Miller, a star linebacker. Miller was finishing his contract with Denver Broncos. He now has the chance to win another Super Bowl. The Rams hope to win the title in February with Miller paired with Aaron Donald, Leonard Floyd, cornerback Jalen Ramsey, and defensive lineman Aaron Donald. Miller could miss tonight’s game due to an ankle injury. 

 “He’s making good progress,”Sean McVay, the Rams’ head coach, said:Visit the official website of the team. “It’s hard because we really haven’t had a lot of exposure to Von, and he’s so tough. He’s such a great competitor. He’s always really pushing it. And so we’re going to really just continue to let him work with (Vice President, Sports Medicine and Performance) Reggie (Scott) and Reggie’s group and really see how this thing turns over the next 48 hours, and then be able to make a decision.”

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