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    2020 Tennessee Titans Schedule

    Date   Opponent Time/TV
    Sep. 14
    at Denver BroncosBroncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver, CO WIN 16-14
    Sep. 20
    Jacksonville JaguarsNissan Stadium, Nashville, TN WIN 33-30
    Sep. 27
    at Minnesota VikingsU.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN WIN 31-30
    Oct. 13
    Buffalo BillsNissan Stadium, Nashville, TN WIN 42-16
    Oct. 18
    Houston TexansNissan Stadium, Nashville, TN WIN 42-36
    Oct. 25
    Pittsburgh SteelersNissan Stadium, Nashville, TN LOSS 27-24
    Nov. 1
    at Cincinnati BengalsPaul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH LOSS 20-31
    Nov. 8
    Chicago BearsNissan Stadium, Nashville, TN WIN 24-17
    Nov. 12
    Indianapolis ColtsNissan Stadium, Nashville, TN LOSS 17-34
    Nov. 22
    at Baltimore RavensM&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD WIN 30-24
    Nov. 29
    at Indianapolis ColtsLucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN WIN 45-26
    Dec. 6
    Cleveland BrownsNissan Stadium, Nashville, TN 12:00noon CBS
    Dec. 13
    at Jacksonville JaguarsTIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, FL 12:00noon CBS
    Dec. 20
    Detroit LionsNissan Stadium, Nashville, TN Time TBA ETor Sat. Dec. 19
    Dec. 27
    at Green Bay PackersLambeau Field, Green Bay, WI 7:20pm NBC
    Jan. 3
    at Houston TexansNRG Stadium, Houston, TX 12:00noon CBS



    • Hot Topics from Titans Coach Mike Vrabel's Monday Presser

      Titans coach Mike Vrabel held a video conference call on Monday, one day after the team’s 45-26 win over the Indianapolis Colts. Next up for the Titans is a game against the Browns on Sunday at Nissan Stadium. Here’s a look at some of the hot topics from today’s call...

    • Roster Move: Titans Waive Long Snapper Matt Orzech

      Orzech did not play in a game for the Titans after being signed off Miami's practice squad earlier this month. Matt Overton has served as the team’s long snapper since the team released veteran Beau Brinkley.

    • Six Things That Stood Out for the Titans in Sunday's Win Over the Colts

      The Titans beat the Colts 45-26 on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt takes a look at six things that stood out from the game as the team begins to turn its attention to next Sunday’s game vs the Cleveland Browns.

    • Titans Race Past Colts 45-26, Take Lead in AFC South

      Titans running back Derrick Henry ran for 140 yards and three touchdowns in the first half, and he finished the game with 178 yards. It was Henry’s eighth straight road game with 100-plus rushing yards, which tied him with former Titans running back Chris Johnson for the second-longest streak since the 1970 merger.










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