7:15 pm
September 19

Titans @ Bills

Who will WIN this matchup?

Tennessee Titans (0-1)

@ Buffalo Bills (1-0)


Current odds:

Tennessee Titans: (+354)

Buffalo Bills: (-455)


The spread for this game is Buffalo by 10 points.

The Buffalo Bills opened the season with a signature win over the defending champion Los Angeles Rams and now look to take down another 2021 playoff squad when they face the Tennessee Titans on Monday night at Orchard Park, N.Y.

Buffalo (1-0) scored 21 unanswered second-half points while notching a 31-10 road win over the Rams. Next up is a Tennessee squad it has lost to in back-to-back seasons. The Titans (0-1) know the Bills are gunning for them and are ready for a wild and crazy atmosphere in Buffalo.

The Titans weren’t so strong in their opener as they let a 13-point halftime lead slip away en route to a 21-20 loss to the New York Giants.

Tennessee whipped the Bills 42-16 in Week 5 of the 2020 season and rallied for a 34-31 victory in Week 6 on the Monday night stage last season. Both those games were in Nashville.

Buffalo led 31-24 entering the final stanza last season before the Titans scored 10 fourth-quarter points. Derrick Henry rushed for the decisive 13-yard score with 3:05 left as part of a 143-yard, three-touchdown effort. Allen tossed three touchdown passes but he wasn’t pleased with his overall effort while throwing for 353 yards and being intercepted once.

Allen opened the season by passing for 297 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for 56 yards and one score against the Rams. It marked the seventh time he has thrown for at least three scores and rushed for one in the same game.

Eight-time Pro Bowl linebacker Von Miller stood out in his first game with Buffalo by accumulating two sacks and three tackles for loss against the Rams. It was the 21st time Miller has recorded at least two sacks in a game.

Standout Bills defensive tackle Ed Oliver (ankle) didn’t practice Thursday and was ruled out on Saturday. The Bills also listed wide receiver Gabe Davis (ankle) and cornerback Dane Jackson (knee) as questionable. Defensive tackle Tim Settle (calf) was doubtful.

On Saturday, the Titans ruled three players out for the game: cornerback Kristian Fulton (hamstring), running back Dontrell Hilliard (hamstring) and offensive lineman Jamarco Jones (elbow). Wide receiver Kyle Philips (shoulder) is questionable.

StreakSmarter Pick
Buffalo Bills