After laying two solid beatdowns on two NFC South teams, the Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Tennessee Titans are riding just about as high as a team can ride knowing that they’ve been both impressive and dominant in a couple of games that no one will remember at the midpoint of the regular season.
One game remains on the now-three-game slate of preseason contests. Tennessee welcomes the Chicago Bears for this one. While neither team will play most of their starters, this game will be used to answer a lot of questions the Titans have.
Who are the top three wide receivers after Julio Jones, A.J. Brown, and Josh Reynolds? Does Mekhi Sargent have the upper hand on Brian Hill? Who should be this team’s backup quarterback? If you’re not excited about this one, you may need to check your pulse.
Titans vs. Bears odds for Preseason Week 3
According to the latest odds provided by WynnBET, the Titans are favored by three points, and the money line is +135 for Tennessee and -170 for Chicago, meaning $135 would have to be wagered to win $100 if you’re betting on the Titans while a wager of $170 on the Bears would earn you a payout of $100.
At 9 a.m. CDT on Saturday, the over/under was projected at 36.5 points with the under and over both having odds of -112. Wager $112 on the under or over to earn a payout of $100, making your total payout $212.
Titans Injury Report vs. Bears Preseason Week 3
As of 9 a.m. CDT on Saturday, the Titans have QB Ryan Tannehill, DT Anthony Rush, RB Jeremy McNichols, LB Harold Landry, and TE Geoff Swaim on their Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Julio Jones, A.J. Brown, Caleb Farley, Brady Breeze, Derick Roberson, Maurice Smith, Greg Mabin, Cody Hollister, Darrynton Evans, Kevin Peterson, and Spencer Pulley are all questionable.
For the Bears, Teez Tabor, Larry Borom, Austin Calitro, Ledarius Mack, Thomas Ives, Javon Wims, Desmond Trufant, Ryan Nall, Bilal Nichols, Alex Bars, Michael Joseph, and Robert Quinn are all questionable for the Bears.
Tarik Cohen is on their Physically Unable to Perform List. Justin Hardy is on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Continue to check back here for updates.
Titans vs Bears Prediction Preseason Week 3
Based on what everyone has seen over the course of the first two preseason games, it’s safe to assume that the Titans are going to score and score often. When placing wagers on NFL preseason games, going with the moneyline is typically the best route to take, but in terms of Tennessee, betting the over is a safe play too.
Titans next game and schedule
Once this one wraps, all three preseason games are in the books. Tennessee opens the regular-season schedule with a 12:00 pm CDT home kickoff versus the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1 at Nissan Stadium.
What channel is the Titans game on this week?
Catch this one on WKRN-TV, ABC News which is channel 2 on your television sets. If you’re unable to watch, listen on WGFX 104.5 FM aka The Zone.
Titans vs Bears live stream
This one can be streamed on fuboTV. They have a seven-day free trial for new subscribers and are a great option for viewing.