The Tennessee Titans welcome in the reigning Super Bowl champions in Week 4. Here is everything you need to know about the game.
In the midst of an improbable two-game winning streak, the Tennessee Titans have another tall task ahead of them on Sunday, when the Philadelphia Eagles march into town for a Week 4 interconference showdown. The Eagles are 2-1, but sport a minuscule plus-four point differential, while the Titans — also 2-1 — own a measly minus-one differential. Despite the two teams being unable to blow teams out in their victories, both squads are getting healthier; particularly at the quarterback position, where Carson Wentz and Marcus Mariota are close to full health following respective injuries.
Where and When
The game will be played at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. Kickoff is set for 12 p.m. CT, although kickoff is usually delayed about five to seven minutes.
OL Dennis Kelly (ilness): OUT
RB David Fluellen (groin): OUT
QB Blaine Gabbert (concussion): Questionable
RB Darren Sproles (hamstring): OUT
RB Corey Clement (quad): Questionable
WR Alshon Jeffery (shoulder, ilness): Questionable
LB Nate Gerry (groin): Questionable
Where to Watch/Follow
In the local market, the game will be broadcast on FOX, on channel WZTV FOX 17. The commentary team will consist of play-by-play guy Chris Myers and color commentators Daryl Johnston and Laura Okmin.
If you don’t live in the local market, you can still watch the game as long as you have a subscription to FuboTV!
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 game. Make sure to follow Will Lomas, Nick Lombardi and Zach Williams during the game!
The game will be broadcast on the Titans Radio Network, which is region-specific. You can also listen in on the flagship station, WGFX 104.5 FM – The Zone, where the game will be commentated by Mike Keith and Dave McGinnis, with Jonathan Hutton and Rhett Bryan as the gameday hosts and Amie Wells as the sideline reporter.