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Bills vs. Titans live score, updates, highlights of the NFL game ‘Monday Night Football’



Week 6 of NFL action concludes “Monday Night Football” with a meeting between the Bills and the Titans at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.

Buffalo appears to be the best team in the league this year, claiming not only an offense in the top six (410.4 yards per game) but also the No. 1 defense, surrendering just 251.8 yards per game. The next closest team in that category is Cleveland, which gives up 307.7 yards per game.

Buffalo is far behind quarterback Josh Allen, who has 288 rushing yards and two touchdowns in addition to his 1,370 passing yards and 12 touchdowns. Meanwhile, the defense has forced 15 turnovers, the league’s highest, for a differential of more than 11 this season.

That said, the Titans have the last win in this series, beating the Bills comfortably in 2020, 42-26. In that matchup, they limited 2,000-yard running back Derrick Henry to just 57 yards, though he made a reel-worthy play when he put Josh Norman into oblivion. How will Henry, who leads the league in carries (142), yards (640) and rushing touchdowns (seven) in 2021, perform against Buffalo?

Sporting News is tracking live score updates and highlights from Bills vs. Titans on “Monday Night Football.” Follow for full NFL Week 6 game results.

PLUS: Watch Bills vs. Titans live on fuboTV (7-day free trial)

Bills vs. Titans score

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Bills vs. Titans Live Updates, Monday Night Football Highlights

All the time of the East.

First quarter: Bills 3, Titans 0

8:32 pm: FIELD TARGET, INVOICES. Tyler Bass hits him from 24 yards to give the Bills a 3-0 lead with 6:10 in the first quarter.

8:31 pm: The Titans bend but don’t break, as Rashawn Evans spies on Hill and forces him to throw the ball. Next field goal attempt.

8:30 pm: The Bills face their first third of the series with third and 3 at Tennessee 5. They can convert without a touchdown.

8:29 pm: The Titans are offside, but Buffalo rejects it as Diggs had a 6-yard reception for another first down. Invoices driving in the 12.

8:28 pm: Allen to Beasley on another fast hit for 12 yards and another first down on the Titans 25. Tennessee doesn’t have a defensive response to start with.

8:26 pm: Great run for Singletary, who avoided contact in the backfield and required three defenders to knock him down after a 14-yard run. First-and-10 Buffalo on the Tennessee 40.

8:25 pm: Devin Singletary gets 1 yard for a first-down conversion at 31; Allen then targets Stefon Diggs for 12 yards to Buffalo 42.

8:24 pm: Allen goes for a quick hit to Cole Beasley, who gets 9 yards on his first reception of the day.

8:21 pm: Tannehill aims for Marcus Johnson, but cornerback Levi Wallace interrupts the finish. The Bills will take over on their 21st after Johnny Townsend’s punt goes for 63 yards.

8:19 pm: Ryan Tannehill receives a quick pass to tight end Anthony Firkser for 11 yards at third and 11 to get a new series of tries. According to the ESPN broadcast, that’s just the second conversion of third and 10 or more allowed by this Buffalo defense in 22 attempts.

8:16 pm: The Bills’ kick is short, but the Titans don’t get much of it. Add to that a 10-yard penalty and Tennessee starts at its own 10.

8:15 pm: The Bills won the drawing and chose to defer. The Titans will receive the ball to start the game.

Bills vs. Titans start time

  • Date: Monday October 18
  • Kick off: 8:15 pm ET

The Bills-Titans showdown will begin at 8:15 pm ET at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. All “Monday Night Football” games in 2021 are scheduled to begin at 8:15 pm ET.

How to watch Monday Night Football

  • Television channel (national): ESPN
  • Live broadcast: ESPN application | fuboTV | ESPN +

Week 6 will end with the Bills facing the Titans on “Monday Night Football,” with Steve Levy set to handle play-by-play and Brian Griese and Louis Riddick providing analysis on the ESPN broadcast. Lisa Salters will serve as the game’s side reporter, while former NFL referee John Parry will serve as the rules analyst.

This will not be a ManningCast, as Peyton and Eli Manning will be free for the third week in a row. They will return to ESPN2 for Week 7 with the Seahawks taking on the Saints on “Monday Night Football.”

Broadcast audiences can watch the game on the ESPN app, using ESPN +, or using fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial.

Schedule ‘Monday Night Football’ 2021

WeekDateMatch
Week 1September 13thLas Vegas Raiders vs. Baltimore Ravens
Week 2September 20Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions
Week 3September 27thDallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Week 44th of OctoberLos Angeles Chargers vs. Las Vegas Raiders
Week 5October 11thBaltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts
Week 6October 18Tennessee Titans vs. Buffalo Bills
Week 7October 25Seattle Seahawks vs. New Orleans Saints
Week 8November 1stKansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants
Week 9November 8thPittsburgh Steelers vs. Chicago Bears
Week 10November 15San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles Rams
Week 11November 22thTampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New York Giants
Week 12November 29thWashington soccer team vs. Seattle Seahawks
Week 136th of DecemberBuffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots
Week 14December 13thArizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams
Week 15December 20thChicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings
Week 16December 27New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins
Week 17January 3Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns




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