The NFL released the full 2021 schedule tonight, officially setting the stage for this fall. It will be the first season ever featuring 17 games, creating an extra week of drama and of course — more money for the owners.
The Titans will open with the Arizona Cardinals in week one in what should be a fun matchup against rising star Kyler Murray.
Matchups against the Bills on Monday night, the 49ers on Thursday night, and the Rams on Sunday night give the Titans three primetime slots for the 2021 season.
Check out the full slate of games below.
Full Titans 2021 Schedule
Week 1: at Atlanta Falcons (Friday, August 13th, 6:00)
Week 2: at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Saturday, August 21st, 6:30)
Week 3: Chicago Bears (Saturday, August 28th, 6:00)
Week 1: Arizona Cardinals (Sep. 12th, Noon)
Week 2: at Seattle Seahawks (Sep. 19th, 3:25)
Week 3: Indianapolis Colts (Sep. 26th, Noon)
Week 4: at New York Jets (Oct. 3rd, Noon)
Week 5: at Jacksonville Jaguars (October 10th, Noon)
Week 6: Buffalo Bills (Oct. 18th, Monday Night Football)
Week 7: Kansas City Chiefs (Oct. 24th, Noon)
Week 8: at Indianapolis Colts (Oct. 31st, Noon)
Week 9: at Los Angeles Rams (Nov. 7th, Sunday Night Football)
Week 10: New Orleans Saints (Nov. 14th, Noon)
Week 11: Houston Texans (Nov. 21, Noon)
Week 12: at New England Patriots (Nov. 28th, Noon)
Week 13: BYE
Week 14: Jacksonville Jaguars (Dec. 12th, Noon)
Week 15: at Pittsburgh Steelers (Dec. 19th, Noon)
Week 16: San Francisco 49ers (Dec. 23rd, Thursday Night Football)
Week 17: Miami Dolphins (Jan 2nd, Noon)
Week 18: at Houston Texans (Jan. 9th, Noon)