Titans Game Tonight: Titans vs Buccaneers Odds, Injury Report, Prediction, Schedule, Live Stream and TV for Preseason Game

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The Tennessee Titans face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Saturday. We’ve got a prediction plus the odds, injury report, live stream, and TV info for you.

It doesn’t count towards the regular-season win-loss total, but the Tennessee Titans’ first preseason game felt like a bit of a coming-out party, It was a 100-yard homage to an organization that has done everything that it’s capable of to build a winner and a statement saying that every ill that plagued this team might have been served its proper elixir.

The Titans looked good on special teams until the kicker got hurt that is. They scored points on offe=nse, forced a turnover, and yes, they even got to the opposing quarterback on more than one occasion to force errant throws and sacks.

The result was a 23-3 win and a stress-free plane ride back to Nashville. Next up on the schedule is a date with the defending World Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and you can best believe that one will earn itself a watch. Let’s get into a few particulars.

Titans vs. Buccaneers odds for Preseason Week 2

According to WynnBET, the Titans are 2.5-point underdogs with a money line of +104. In other words, you’d need to bet $104 to earn a payout of $100 which would make your total payout $204.

If you’re putting your money on the Bucs, the money line is -130, meaning you’d need to wager $130 to win $100. That would make your total payout $230.

Titans Injury Report vs. Buccaneers Preseason Week 2

Heading into Saturday’s game, the following players are questionable for the Tennessee Titans: Julio Jones (WR), A.J. Brown (WR), Caleb Farley (CB), Brady Breeze (S) Derick Roberson (LB), Cody Hollister (WR), Darrynton Evans (RB), Spencer Pulley (C), Tucker McCann (K), Greg Mabin (CB)

Center Aaron Brewer is out with an injury. B.J. Bello (LB), Brandon Kemp (T), Trevon Coley (DT), Adam Coon (G), Kevin Peterson (CB), and Maurice Smith (DB) are all on injured reserve.

On the Bucs side, Cyril Grayson (WR), John Molchon (G),  Jaelon Darden (WR), Joe Tryon (DE), Cam Gill (LB) are questionable. John Franklin (WR), Chris Wilcox (CB), and Justin Watson (WR) are on the physically unable to perform list.

Titans vs Buccaneers Prediction Preseason Week 2

In years past, the second preseason game normally meant that the starters would play the entire first half. That could be the play here, but now that there ate three preseason games as opposed to four, this could be the dress rehearsal.

Tennessee should use the Bucs as a measuring stick, but even though these games don’t count, the expectation should be that regardless of what happens when the starting units take the field, Tampa might be a little deeper and more talented, so the spread feels like it’s about right.

We’re calling for a 3-point win by the Buccaneers in this one. Download the WynnBET App and make your pick here.

Titans next game & schedule

Once this one wraps, only one game remains. Tennessee returns home for the final game of the preseason, a home date as Nissan Stadium versus the Chicago Bears on August 28th at 6:00 pm CDT. That one precedes the first game of the regular season versus the Arizona Cardinals on September 12th.

What channel is the Titans game on this week?

Watch this one on WKRN-TV ABC News2 in Nashville. The game can be heard on WGFX 104.5 FM-The Zone.

Titans vs Buccaneers live stream

This one can also be streamed on fuboTV. If you’re out of the market, you may also watch on NFL Game Pass. Blackout restrictions apply so plan accordingly.