The Tennessee Titans advanced to the AFC Championship Game after their Divisional Round victory over the Baltimore Ravens.
The Tennessee Titans’ magical postseason run continues after they defeated the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night at M&T Bank Stadium, 28-12.
With the victory, the Titans will now await the winner of the game on Sunday afternoon between the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs.
While Tennessee’s upcoming opponent hasn’t been decided yet, the date and time of the AFC Championship Game has: Sunday, January 19th at 2:05 p.m. CST on CBS.
No matter who the Titans face, they will have some familiarity with their upcoming opponent.
Tennessee faced Kansas City once this season back in Week 10 and emerged victorious, 35-32. You might remember that the game ended on Joshua Kalu’s blocked field goal as time expired.
As far as Houston goes, Tennessee played their division rival twice in 2019 and split the season series, 1-1. The Titans lost to the Texans in Week 15, but got a bit of revenge in Week 17 to put themselves into the playoffs, albeit against Houston’s backups.
If we were going to pick the one we’d rather face next Sunday, it would definitely be the Texans.
The Chiefs have been one of the hottest teams in the NFL of late and are playing great on both sides of the ball. The Texans are much more vulnerable and have been the model of inconsistency for much of the season.
But at this point, opponent doesn’t matter. In successive weeks, the Titans have dethroned the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and one of the favorites for this year’s Super Bowl, the Ravens.
Tennessee is playing on a different stratosphere at the moment and can beat any team that stands in their way of the Super Bowl.
So, enjoy your Sunday, Titans fans, and wait to see who your team will be facing in the AFC Championship Game.