Titans vs. Bengals: Game time, live stream, TV coverage, odds
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 1 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.
TV coverage: CBS
Odds: As of Friday afternoon, the Bengals are 7-point favorites, according to Bovada.
The Bengals were on top of SI.com's Power Rankings this week for the first time ever.
Cincinnati's win over the Falcons last week was their 10th straight at home, tying a team record.
The Bengals beat the Titans 24-17 in their last matchup in 2011.
Cincinnati is one of just two teams since 1960 to be sack- and turnover-free through the first two games of the season.
Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu is the first player with a pass of at least 50 yards and a touchdown catch of at least 75 yards since David Patten in 2001.
Wide receiver A.J. Green left the game with a toe injury in the first quarter. He's expected to play this week.
Linebacker Vontaze Burfict left with an injury against the Falcons for the second straight week. It was announced this week Burfict sustained a second concussion.
Offensive guard Kevin Zeitler is likely out multiple weeks with a leg injury sustained against the Falcons.
Quarterback Andy Dalton didn't have a turnover for the second straight game to start the season.
Tennessee leads the all-time series with the Bengals 39-32-1. The two teams used to play each other regularly in the old AFC Central division.
The Titans had just 68 total yards in the first half against the Cowboys last week.
Tennessee went three-and-out on four of its six drives in the first half against Dallas.
Cornerback Jason McCourty injured his groin in Week 2 and could miss the game against the Bengals.
Titans receivers have combined for just one touchdown through the first two games.
Tennessee has the NFL's top-ranked passing defense, allowing 163 yards per game.
Bengals cornerback Adam Jones was drafted by the Titans and spent his first two seasons with the team.
Tennessee sent defensive backs on blitzes nine times in Week 2, second-most among all NFL teams.
The Titans allowed 220 rushing yards to the Cowboys last week.
- Ben Estes