The Tennessee Titans (7-3) host the defending AFC champion Cincinnati Bengals (6-4) this week in a rematch of last season's divisional playoff. Kickoff at Nissan Stadium (capacity 69,143) is scheduled for noon CST on Sunday, Nov. 27.
This will be the 1,000th all-time game for the Titans franchise, including every contest in the regular season (960) and playoffs (40) since its inception in 1960.
It will also mark the 78th occasion in which the franchise has clashed with Cincinnati, dating back to 1968. In Titans/Oilers history, the only opponent the team has faced on more occasions is the Pittsburgh Steelers (80 games). The Titans lead the series with the Bengals 40-36-1, but the Bengals have taken the last two matchups.
Most recently, they met in the playoffs on Jan. 22 with a trip to the AFC title game on the line. The Bengals triumphed 19-16 after kicker Evan McPherson connected on a 52-yard field goal as time expired. The Bengals defeated the Kansas City Chiefs the following week and would represent the AFC in Super Bowl LVI against the eventual champion Los Angeles Rams.
CINCINNATI BENGALS vs. TENNESSEE TITANS
Sunday, November 27th (Nissan Stadium)
12 PM CDT
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