Titans game today: Titans vs. Chiefs injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live stream, TV channel

Derrick Henry #22 of the Tennessee Titans rushes against Juan Thornhill #22 and Anthony Hitchens #53 of the Kansas City Chiefs (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
Derrick Henry #22 of the Tennessee Titans rushes against Juan Thornhill #22 and Anthony Hitchens #53 of the Kansas City Chiefs (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images) /

3-3. 35. 1 p.m. ET. 4-2. Chiefs -5. 124. CBS. Sunday, Oct. 24

The Titans look to continue their win streak, but doing so against the high-flying Chiefs won’t be easy in Week 7. Let’s break down the latest betting odds.

The Tennessee Titans just managed to upend one of the top contenders in the AFC last Monday, defeating the Buffalo Bills in a home thriller, 34-31.

Now at 4-2 and having won four of the last five, Tennessee will look to keep the hot streak going in Week 7, playing host to the 3-3 Kansas City Chiefs at Nissan Stadium this Sunday.

The Chiefs have been something of an anomaly this season. Instead of dominating every contest so far, Kansas City’s defense has been notoriously porous, allowing an average of 6.7 yards per play, leading to quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Co. into attempts to desperately make up for it.

Perhaps that’s the perfect opportunity for running back Derrick Henry to continue putting his stamp on the game.

Titans injury report vs. Chiefs Week 7

Tennessee could still potentially be limited for Sunday’s game with some notable injuries who showed up on this week’s injury report:

  • WR A.J. Brown (illness): Probable
  • DB Chris Jackson (ankle): Questionable
  • WR Julio Jones (hamstring): Questionable
  • T Taylor Lewan (concussion): OUT
  • RB Jeremy McNichols (ankle): Questionable
  • WR Chester Rogers (groin): OUT
  • LB Monty Rice (groin): OUT
  • EDGE Bud Dupree (knee): Questionable

Both Brown and Jones made indications they’d be ready to go for the game, including Brown saying he was taking extra IVs to ensure he had plenty of fluids.

Likewise, the Chiefs have ruled wide receiver Tyreek Hill (quad) questionable and linebacker Anthony Hitchens (tricep) out for Sunday’s contest.

Titans vs. Chiefs odds, spread, over/under & betting pick Week 7

The oddsmakers over at WynnBET are understandably making Tennessee a 5-point home underdog in this contest, probably due to both the Chiefs still boasting a prolific offense and the fact head coach Matt Vrabel’s squad is playing on a short week.

Never an easy proposition against a team many felt would be the top Super Bowl contender this year.

Tennessee’s moneyline for the game is at +190, while KC has one of -225. The over/under of 57.0 suggests both teams will have no problem running up the score.

Yet if ball control is the name of the game, and factoring in the Chiefs surrendering a whopping 5.2 yards per run, third worst in the NFL entering Week 7, let’s go ahead and predict the upset here with the Titans winning a 35-33 shootout.

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What Channel is the Titans game on Week 7?

CBS Sports will handle the broadcast duties for this Week 7 bout, which kicks off on Sunday, Oct. 24 at 1 p.m. ET from Nissan Stadium.

Ian Eagle will handle play-by-play duties, while Charles Davis will do the color commentary. Evan Washburn is on the sidelines.

This will be the early game on CBS for most of the country, and only fans in New England, New York, Ohio, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and parts of Kentucky will be seeing other games.

Titans vs. Chiefs live stream

CBS All-Access provides a live-stream option for the game, but a better choice might be the free seven-day trial fuboTV offers for first-time users. That way, you’d be able to watch not only this game but also an array of other games, including out-of-market ones, on your favorite streaming devices.

Titans next game and schedule

Tennessee faces some adversity after this game against Kansas City, taking to the road for a two-game road trip, including a Week 8 bout against its divisional rivals, the Indianapolis Colts, who’ll be coming off a trip to the West Coast to face off against the San Francisco 49ers.

Here are the following four games after Week 7:

  • Week 8 @ Indianapolis Colts: Sunday, Oct. 31 at 1 p.m. ET
  • Week 9 @ Los Angeles Rams: Sunday, Nov. 7 at 8:20 p.m. ET
  • Week 10 vs. New Orleans Saints: Sunday, Nov. 14 at 1 p.m. ET
  • Week 11 vs. Houston Texans: Sunday, Nov. 21 at 1 p.m. ET

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