Titans vs. Bears preview: Will Derrick Henry, starters play?

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The Tennessee Titans will take on the Chicago Bears for the fourth and final preseason game of 2019.

The Tennessee Titans will hit the road to take on the Chicago Bears in a game that will FINALLY conclude the preseason. That’s right, next week we’re going to have REAL football.

The Titans started off their exhibition campaign with an impressive win over the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-10. Since then, the Titans have lost their last two and the first-team offense struggled mightily in Preseason Week 3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Bears lost their first two preseason games, but bounced back in Week 3 to beat an Indianapolis Colts team that just had its franchise quarterback retire on the exact same night.

Bears head coach Matt Nagy hasn’t played his starters, and as is the case with every team, won’t do so on Thursday night.

The fourth preseason game is usually reserved for the backups, and it’s the last chance for those backups to stake a claim to a spot on the roster.

Here’s the viewing/listening info for the game.

When: Thursday, August 29th at 7 p.m. CDT

Where: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois

Watch: WKRN News 2

Listen: WGFX 104.5 FM-The Zone and Sirius 830, XM 830, SXM 830

Stream: Those in the Nashville market can livestream the game from their mobile device through TitansOnline.com or the Titans official app. Fans in the Nashville area can also livestream the game from their desktops via TitansOnline.com.

There’s an outside chance the Titans go against the grain in this one, but we’ll talk about that shortly. Let’s take a look at what you need to know for the Titans’ final preseason tilt.

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