When is Tennessee Titans @ Atlanta Falcons taking place? Sunday 29th September, 2019 – 18:00 (UK)
Where is Tennessee Titans @ Atlanta Falcons taking place? Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
What is the expected weather for Tennessee Titans @ Atlanta Falcons? 32c in mostly sunny skies
What television channel is Tennessee Titans @ Atlanta Falcons on? Sky Sports will be showing live NFL games during the season so it is worth checking their schedule
Where can I stream Tennessee Titans @ Atlanta Falcons? Subscribers to NFL GAMEPASS can stream matches live on their platform
Where can I get tickets for Tennessee Titans @ Atlanta Falcons? Check Ticketmaster for ticket information on selected games
What was the outcome in the last meeting? Atlanta Falcons 10-7 Tennessee Titans
THE TEAM NEWS
- Tennessee slipped to a second-straight defeat to a divisional rival in the AFC South as they lost to Jacksonville to drop to 1-2 and they will want to avoid falling to 1-3 at this early stage of the season.
- The Titans have managed to stay relatively healthy at the start of the year and could come into this one with very few issues although they did have a couple of players sit out the first practice of the week.
- TE Delanie Walker continues to manage his knee injury but it is not expected to keep him out but G Kevin Pamphile is a doubt once again due to the knee problem that has ruled him out of all three of the Titans’ matches so far this season.
- Atlanta put up a good effort in the second half and almost overturned a 17-point half-time deficit but fell short against Indianapolis as the Colts were able to hold on to condemn the Falcons to a 1-2 start to the year.
- The Falcons suffered more injury woe with S Keanu Neal having his season ended thanks to a torn Achilles to further weaken a defense that is already struggling with injuries and the loss of Neal to IR has seen them promote S Jamal Carter from the practice squad.
- DT Grady Jarrett and DE Takk McKinley are struggling with toe and knee injuries respectively but head coach Dan Quinn expects both to feature on Sunday whilst WR Calvin Ridley should also suit-up despite being limited at the first practice of the week with a hip injury.
Atlanta are doing it tough with injuries and they lost yet another player on Sunday with S Keanu Neal the latest to be sidelined. Despite their roster looking thin on the ground, they showed some good signs on offense against Indianapolis and they might have enough on home turf to defeat Tennessee. The Titans have not been able to replicate their superb showing against the Browns in Week 1 and another loss here will leave them with plenty of work to do at 1-3.