On Sunday night, the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts will face off in a win-or-go-home scenario. Here’s everything you need to know.
We made it. After 16 grueling weeks of injuries, inconsistency and drama, the Tennessee Titans have put themselves in prime contention for a playoff spot with just one game remaining in the regular season. Last week’s Pittsburgh Steelers loss catapulted the Titans and Indianapolis Colts into a do-or-die game, where the loser misses out on the playoffs and the winner clinches a spot in the final six of the AFC.
QB Marcus Mariota is dealing with a stinger injury that forced him out of last week’s game, but he looks likely to at least start in this game. His presence will make this a true tossup, as both teams have shown flaws throughout the season but can turn it on when necessary. This should be a good one.
Where and When
The game will be played at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. Kickoff is set for 7:20 p.m. CT/8:20 p.m. ET.
OLB Brian Orakpo (elbow): OUT
QB Marcus Mariota (neck/foot): Questionable
C Ryan Kelly (neck): OUT
WR Daurice Fountain (ankle): OUT
LB Jabaal Sheard (teeth/knee): Questionable
TE Eric Ebron (concussion/knee): Questionable
WR T.Y. Hilton (ankle): Questionable
CB Nate Hairston (hip): Questionable
WR Dontrelle Inman (shoulder): Questionable
S Clayton Geathers (knee): Questionable
WR Zach Pascal (knee): Questionable
Where to Watch/Follow
The game will be broadcast on national television on NBC’s Sunday Night Football package. As always, Al Michaels will handle play-by-play duties and be joined by analyst Cris Collinsworth. Michele Tafoya will assist them as the sideline reporter.
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.
On national radio, the game can be heard on Westwood One, with Kevin Kugler and analyst Jason Taylor.