The game between the Cleveland Browns and Tennessee Titans is another case of bad NFL football. The casual NFL fan is not going to tune into this game if it’s featured on CBS this week in out of market areas. For games like this, you need NFL Red Zone or an illegal live stream. It must really be bad to live in some areas and be stuck in NFL limbo.
Tennessee has the better chance of making the playoffs, I guess. The Titans sit at 2-3 and the only winning record in the division is held by the Houston Texans. Marcus Mariota can’t get over zealous and get caught in this trap game. Cleveland is hungry for a win and if Cody Kessler does end up starting in this game, the Browns might be able to get their first win of the season. But at any rate, who knows? Both teams are bad, but the Titans could be good enough to pull out the victory Sunday and stay in the AFC South race.
How To Watch
- What: Cleveland Browns (0-5) vs. Tennessee Titans (2-3)
- When: Sunday, Oct. 16, 1 p.m. ET
- Where: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, T.N.
- TV: CBS
- Streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile app
- Sunday Ticket: DirecTV
- Online: NFL Game Pass (at midnight)
- Odds: Titans (-5.5), O/U (43.5)
- OL Joel Bitonio (foot) — Out
- WR Corey Coleman (hand) — Out
- TE Seth DeValve (knee) — Out
- QB Josh McCown (shoulder) — Out
- TE Randall Telfer (ankle) — Out
- TE Gary Barnidge (ankle/hip) — Questionable
- DL Xavier Cooper (shoulder) — Questionable
- CB Joe Haden (groin) — Questionable
- CB Tramon Williams Sr. (shoulder) — Questionable
- DL Al Woods (calf) — Out
- CB Cody Riggs (hamstring) — Questionable
I’ll be deep into the Red Zone while this game is being played. I believe the Titans will hold off the Browns in a close one. Titans 17, Browns 12.