The Tennessee Titans face the Cleveland Browns for the seventh regular season game of 2017. Here’s everything you need to know.
After a big primetime win over the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football, the Tennessee Titans travel to Cleveland to take on the winless Browns. Though the Browns have looked unimposing, this has the “look” of a trap game. The Titans are on a short week after a somewhat emotional win against a team they hadn’t beaten in six years, while the Browns are getting healthier on defense and will be at home looking for their first win.
The Titans are fully expected to win this game, but as we saw last year, the Browns shouldn’t be underestimated. In the NFL, any team can beat any other team anywhere on any given week. Tennessee needs to be smart with the football and force rookie QB DeShone Kizer into sacks and turnovers so they can head into the bye week with a 4-3 record.
Where and When
The game will be played on Sunday, October 22 at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:00 p.m. CT/1:00 p.m. ET.
TE Delanie Walker (calf): Questionable
LB Derrick Morgan (abdominal): Questionable
RB DeMarco Murray (hamstring): Questionable
S Johnathan Cyprien (hamstring): OUT
WR Corey Davis (hamstring): OUT
LB James Burgess (knee): OUT
S Jabrill Peppers (toe): Questionable
WR Kenny Britt (knee/groin, scared of Adoree’ Jackson): Questionable
WR Sammie Coates (hamstring): Questionable
CB Jason McCourty (ankle, scared of Taywan Taylor): Questionable
How to Watch/Follow
Titans-Browns will be broadcast regionally on CBS. Spero Dedes will do the play-by-play, while one of my favorite former NFL safeties, Adam Archuleta, will be the color commentator.
The game will also be available on Nashville affiliate WTVF News Channel 5, as well as on DirecTV Sunday Ticket on channel 706.
Follow Titan Sized on Twitter for play-by-play, live analysis and hot takes. Some of our Titan Sized staff members will also be tweeting analysis throughout the match. Make sure to follow Will Lomas and Luke Worsham during the game!
The game will be broadcast on the airwaves through the Titans Radio Network, which includes the Nashville flagship station 104.5 The Zone. That call will be handled by Mike Keith and Dave McGinnis, with Rhett Bryan as the Game Day host and Jonathan Hutton as the sideline reporter. That can also be found on Sirius 145 and Sirius XM 380.