Tennessee Titans versus Buffalo Bills, Week 6
Things get very serious in Week 6 as the Tennessee Titans get the Buffalo Bills in Week 6. This one doubles as Tennessee’s first primetime game of the season. It figures to be billed as a possible postseason preview, and it is.
Here’s the skinny. After five straight wins to open the season, we’ll call this the Titans’ first loss of the season. There’s no statistical data to back that up. No one will complain if we’re wrong, but for now, we’ll put this one in the books as a loss.
Titans overall record: 5-1 (2-0 versus the AFC South)
Tennessee Titans versus Kansas City Chiefs, Week 7
In Week 7 of the 2021-2022 NFL season, the Tennessee Titans, thanks to a division title in 2020, find themselves in a game versus the two-time defending AFC Champions and the winners of the last five AFC West crowns. You know them well. Their names are the Kansas City Chiefs.
Like the game versus Buffalo, this one is a home game for the Titans at Nissan Stadium. Like the game versus Buffalo, this one winds up as a loss for Tennessee. Why you ask? It’s simple.
Ryan Tannehill doesn’t get the credit he deserves, but in a quarterback duel versus Patrick Mahomes, especially seeing as how the Titans have two new coordinators, the Chiefs might be the favorites in this one, and understandably so. Titans overall record: 5-2 (2-0 versus the AFC South)