Titans Game Tonight: Titans vs Buffalo injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live Stream, TV channel

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We live in a microwave society in which we want things immediately, especially answers about our favorite football teams. Here’s the thing though. Many of the questions that are being asked about the Tennessee Titans and many of the concerns we have won’t be answered or satisfied in a game.

One will. Following Week 6’s edition of Monday Night Football, everyone should have a better grasp of how this team ranks versus the best teams of the American Football Conference.

Why? It’s simple actually. Their opponent is a team that many believe will represent the AFC in the next Super Bowl, the Buffalo Bills. Buckle up. There’s much to discuss.

Titans Injury Report vs Bills Week 6

The following players have been ruled out or have been given a designation of ‘questionable’ as the Titans game versus the Buffalo Bills approaches.

  • Kristian Fulton, hamstring (OUT)
  • Monty Rice, groin (OUT)
  • Khari Blasingame, shoulder (Questionable)
  • Jeremy McNichols, ankle (Questionable)
  • Chester Rogers, groin (Questionable)

Titans Injury Update on Bud Dupree/A.J. Brown/Julio Jones

Bud Dupree was a full participant at Titans practice on Thursday and Saturday but sat out on Friday. Might he be close to a return. If he does play, how long will he do so?

Julio Jones is set to return in Week 6. We thought the same was true about A.J. Brown, but on the eve of Tennessee’s next game, his status changed. It doesn’t say this on Tennessee’s website at the moment, but it appears that Brown is questionable with an illness.

Titans vs Bills Odds, Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick Week 6

WynnBET’s Week 6 NFL odds favor the Bills by 5.5 points. Why should be obvious. Tennessee’s offense, more often than not, has a tendency to be one-player reliant. Buffalo is loaded and can seemingly score at will. That’s a bad sign for a Titans defense that’s very susceptible to giving up big plays.

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What Channel is the Titans Game on in Week 6?

This week, Tennessee’s game is nationally televised on ESPN.

Titans vs Bills Live Stream

Stream this one live on Fubo TV. They have a free trial for new users.

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Titans Next Game and Schedule

Once this one wraps, the schedule doesn’t get any easier for Tennessee. Take a look at their next four games.

Week 7, October 24th: versus Kansas City Chiefs at 12 p.m. CST

Week 8, October 31st: at Indianapolis Colts at 12 p.m. CST

Week 9, November 7th: at Los Angeles Rams at 7:20 p.m. CST

Week 10, November 14th: New Orleans Saints at 12 p.m. CST