The Browns try to win their second home game in a row.
The Tennessee Titans are back on the road in Week 3, traveling to Cleveland to take on Deshaun Watson and the Browns. CBS has the game. Here’s how to watch, with gametime and TV information, the latest on the point spread and all sorts of nuggets on the game and the rivalry.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Tennessee Titans are back on the road in Week 3, traveling to Cleveland to take on Deshaun Watson and the Browns. Both teams are 1-1, with one home win and road loss.
The game starts at Noon CT, and the Browns are playing on a short week. They lost at Pittsburgh on Monday night, and also lost star running back Nick Chubb for the season with a serious knee injury.
The Browns are led by quarterback Deshaun Watson, whom the Titans know well from all of his time with the Houston Texans, their AFC South division rival.
Here are all the details on the game, including gametimes, TV information and so much more. We’ll also be doing a live blog straight from press row here at AllTitans.com, so check that out when the game starts and we’ll keep you updated in real time. CLICK HERE
How to watch Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns
- Who: Tennessee Titans (1-1) at Cleveland Browns (1-1)
- What: Week 3 of the NFL regular season.
- When: Noon CT on Sunday, Sept. 24, 2023
- Where: Cleveland Browns Stadium (67,431) in Cleveland, Ohio
- Local TV: CBS is carrying this week’s game, and it will be televised locally on WTVF (Channel 5) in Nashville.
- Announcers: Spero Dedes (play-by-play), Adam Archuleta (analysts), Aditi Kinkhabwala (sidelines.)
- Live Stream: fuboTV – (Start Your Free Trial)
How to listen
- Radio: Titans Radio Network (104.5 in Nashville).
- Satellite Radio: Sirius 134, XM 384, SXM 384.
- Radio Announcers: Mike Keith (play-by-play), Dave McGinnis (analyst), Ramon Foster (sideline), Rhett Bryan (gameday host).
- Streaming: Paramount-Plus.
- Point spread: Cleveland is a 3.5-point favorite, and the over/under is 38.5 points, Here is a complete breakdown on the game, with a history of point spread numbers for both teams.
Last week: Tennessee beat the Los Angeles Chargers 27-24 in overtime in their home opener at Nissan Stadium, winning on a Nick Folk field goal. The Cleveland Browns played on Monday night, and lost 26-22 to the Pittsburgh Steelers, losing star running back Nick Chubb for the season with a serious knee injury.
Last season: Tennessee finished 7-10 a year ago, losing their last seven games to finish second in the AFC South, two games behind the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Cleveland Browns also were 7-10, which was dead last in the AFC North. Neither team made the playoffs.
Last meeting: Tennessee lost the last meeting, falling to the Browns 41-35 at Nissan Stadium on Dec. 6, 2020. In their last trip to Cleveland, the Titans won 43-13 on Sept. 8, 2019.
Series history: The Browns are 36-32 all-time against the Titans/Oilers in the regular season, but the Titans have a 1-0 edge in the postseason. The Titans actually have a winning record (18-16) in games played in Cleveland.
Season projections: The Titans starting the season at plus-340 to win the AFC South, second to the Jacksonville Jaguars (minus-195). That’s dropped to plus- plus-210 heading into Week 3 after the Titans won last week and the Jaguars lost. The Browns are now at plus-350 to win the AFC North, second to the Baltimore Ravens, and ahead of the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Head coaches: For Tennessee, Mike Vrabel is in his sixth year as a head coach, all with the Titans. Vrabel is 51-38, including the regular season and playoffs. With nine more wins, he will pass Bum Phillips (59) for second place on the franchise’s all-time list for wins by a head coach. He would trail only Jeff Fisher (147). … Kevin Stefanski is in his fourth season at the helm of the Browns, and he’s 27-24 in the regular season and 1-1 in the playoffs.
Browns statistical leaders: Passing — Deshaun Watson, 389 yards, 2 TD passes, 2 interceptions; Rushing — Nick Chubb, 170 yards on 28 carries, 0 TD run; Receiving — Amari Cooper, 10 catches for 127 yards, 0 TDs.
Titans statistical leaders: Passing — Ryan Tannehill, 444 yards, 1 TD pass, 3 interceptions; Rushing — Derrick Henry, 143 yards on 40 carries, 1 TD rushing; Receiving — DeAndre Hopkins, 11 catches for 105 yards.
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