Tennessee Titans play against Arizona Cardinals today for a game of the 2022 NFL Preseason in the US. Exclusive details about how to watch the game, preview, information, prediction and odds in the US below.
The Arizona Cardinals and Tennessee Titans meet up in Week 3 of the 2022 NFL preseason at Nissan Stadium in Tennessee. Kickoff is set for 700p.m. ET and the game will air on KPNX 12( NBC) in Arizona and WKRN- News 2 in Nashville. Given that this is the preseason, we ’ll see plenty of unknown and lower known faces on the rosters. To keep track of who you ’re watching checking out the Cardinals roster and the Titans roster.
The Cardinals have split the previous two weeks of preseason action, with a loss to the Baltimore Ravens 24- 17 last week, and a 36- 23 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 1. The Titans are also 1- 1, but they ’re enjoying the experience that rookie QB Malik Willis is getting each game. The Liberty product will probably have one further appearance against Arizona before reverting to the backup spot behind Ryan Tannehill.
Titans vs. Cardinals Game Information:
Date: Saturday, August 27
Start time: 7 p.m. ET
Titans local broadcast: KPNX
Cardinals local broadcast: WKRN
Live stream: NFL+
The Titans are a 3- point favorite at watchnflgames.com and-155 on the moneyline. The Cardinals are a 135 moneyline sacrifice. The point total is installed at 38 with the over/ under at-110.
still, you ’ll need to dig a little deeper for streaming options, If you are n’t around a TV to check out this preseason contest. While regular season games are generally available outside the two original markets, preseason games are much more limited. To view this game online, you ’ll need to use NFL. still, the service offers a free seven- day trial, If you aren’t planning on watching every week of the preseason.
Cardinals vs Titans analysis:
Maybe the best indicator of how this game will end up is reviewing a common opponent. Both teams played the Baltimore Ravens, who have n’t lost in 22 preseason games. The Titans faced Baltimore on the road in Week 2 and lost 23- 10. Meanwhile, the Cardinals hosted the Ravens last week and fell suddenly by a touchdown.
With Arizona starting QB Kyler Murray and backup Colt McCoy sitting out yet another preseason game, the signal- calling duties fall substantially on Trace McSorley.
McSorley struggled against the Ravens’ defense, completing 18 of 34 passes for 229 yards but throwing two interceptions. The fourth- stringer, Jarrett Guarantano, fared more in limited action. He completed three of six passes for 37 yards and a touchdown.
Baltimore’s defense is far superior to the Titans, and this could provide a bounce- reverse game for McSorley. He’ll need it, or he might find Guarantano breathing down his neck for theNo. 3spot.However, it’ll be sparingly, If Titans QB Ryan Tannehill plays. The bulk of the work will fall on Logan Woodside and rookie Malik Willis.