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Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals in NFL Playoffs

  • Game Time: 3:30 pm CT // 4:30 pm ET.
  • Location: Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • TV Channel: The game will air nationally on CBS. In the Titans’ home market, that’s CBS WTVF (Ch. 5) in Nashville, which includes markets for Southern Kentucky and Murfreesboro. CBS WREG (Ch. 3) in Memphis. CBS WDEF (Ch. 12) in Chattanooga.
  • Broadcasters: Ian Eagle (play-by-play announcer), Trent Green (game analyst), Evan Washburn (sideline reporter) and Gene Steratore (Rules Analyst).
  • Online Stream: Paramount Plus, NFL app (locally).
  • Replay: NFL Game Pass and NFL Network (check local listings).
  • Weather: Mid 30s and Sunny, according to NFL Weather.
  • Odds: The Titans are 3.5-point favorites with the Over/Under set at 48 points, per DraftKings Sportsbook.

The Titans (-3.5-points, per DraftKings Sportsbook) and Bengals are meeting up in the Divisional Round in Nashville after Cincinnati advanced with a thrilling seven-point win over the Las Vegas Raiders. An ever-important place in this year’s AFC Championship Game will be up for grabs.

The Titans must be prepared to defend against Cincinnati’s high-flying offense that includes Joe Burrow, Ja’Marr Chase, Joe Mixon, Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd. Tennessee’s defense has been in excellent form as of late, and must rise to the challenge on Saturday afternoon.

Offensive coordinator Todd Downing and quarterback Ryan Tannehill will finally have Tennessee’s full range of offensive weapons available at their disposal. Derrick Henry, A.J. Brown and Julio Jones are healthy and ready to feature as Tennessee’s fearsome trio. The offensive line is healthy and has been in much better form as of late. Tennessee will undeniably attempt to establish the run with the returning Henry against a banged-up Bengals defensive line that lost Larry Ogunjobi and Mike Daniels to injury a week ago. Tannehill is the clear veteran quarterback of Burrow, and Tennessee as a whole has far more playoff experience. They’ll also be playing in front of a pumped-up home crowd, which always works wonders in the playoffs.

It’s hard not to be excited about the Titans’ chances to host next weekend’s AFC Championship Game. Stay tuned to MCM for all updates.