Titans vs. Kansas: Sunday Night Football Recap of Tennessee and City Chiefs

Titans vs. Kansas: Sunday night’s matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tennessee Titans two of the best teams in the AFC will see the Titans going for their sixth straight victory.

On Sunday, the Chiefs (5-2) will host the Titans (5-1). They will play at Arrowhead Stadium (7:20 p.m., NBC). With quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s status still up in the air after he missed last week’s game and several practice days this week due to a nagging ankle ailment, there is a lot of mystery around the Titans’ offensive game plan.

If Tannehill can’t play, third-round pick Malik Willis will start in his place, as he did against the Houston Texans.

The Chiefs have the league’s best scoring offence, average yards per game and yards per play as they head into this weekend’s games. During the Titans’ current five-game winning streak, their defence has been superb, helping them rise to the top of the NFL in third-down defence and the top two in rushing defence.

Patrick Mahomes, the quarterback for Kansas City, has a knack for finding holes in otherwise formidable run defences. He leads the NFL in touchdown passes and is in the league’s top three in passing yards, yards per pass attempt and passer rating. Read about Titans vs. Kansas match details below:

WILLIS OR TANNEHILL? The Titans of Tennessee have the poorest offence in the NFL. Is it more likely to be fixed by Ryan Tannehill or Malik Willis?

The Titans seem to have Mahomes and the Chiefs’ number, as they have won their last two regular-season meetings (in 2019 and 2021). The Titans’ three-point performance against the Chiefs in 2021 was the only time the Chiefs had been kept to single digits in a regular season game during the Mahomes era.

Read on for the latest information as it becomes available about the Titans vs.Kansas City Chiefs.

Sunday Night Football live updates between the Tennessee Titans and the Kansas City Chiefs, featuring Patrick Mahomes and Derrick Henry.

Score: Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City

Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Score
Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Score

After a scoreless regulation and extra time, the Chiefs kick a field goal to take the lead.
After Mahomes’s interception on third down, Kansas City had no choice but to kick a field goal. With 4:04 left in overtime, the Titans take possession.

The score at the end of the fourth quarter was Tennessee 17 and Kansas City 17.
Two-point convert evens the score for Kansas City. With 2:56 left Mahomes carried it in for a touchdown and converted the two-point try to make the score 17-17.

Tennesseans 17, Chiefs 9 after three quarters.

It was a 44-yard field goal attempt by Bullock and the Titans now led by eight. With 9 seconds left in the third, Tennessee has a 17-9 lead.

Tennessee Titans’ Roger McCreary intercepts a tipped pass. A tipped ball from Travis Kelce led to McCreary making his first career interception. The Titans have taken over at the Kansas City 25.

Final score at the break: Tennessee 14, Kansas City 9

Tennessee Titans Derrick Henry scores again

Henry dove over tacklers on his way to the end zone, putting the Titans ahead. There is 5:24 left in half and Tennessee has a 14-9 lead.

Derrick Henry has a 56-yard gain on a solo run. Henry shook off his defender and raced 56 yards for a first down, putting the Titans in scoring position at the Chiefs’ 23-yard line.

The Titans finally score, thanks to Derrick Henry. Henry scores a touchdown to bring the Titans closer to the winning score. With 10:48 left in the first half, the Chiefs have a 9-7 lead.

The Titans score first on a run by Derrick Henry. As the Titans trail by a large margin, Henry’s touchdown reception helps them close the gap. With 10 seconds left in the first half, the Chiefs own a slim 9-7 advantage.

Kansas City brings in Mecole Hardman.

Mahomes sent a quick ball to Hardman and he raced seven yards for a touchdown. With 14:55 left in the first half and the Chiefs up 9-0 after an unsuccessful extra point attempt, the half ends with the Chiefs in the lead.

Halftime: Kansas City 3, Tennessee 0

Away from his captors, Chig Okonkwo

Shortly after catching a pass from Malik Willis, Okonkwo took off on a 48-yard run to the Kansas City 34.

A goal is scored on the first drive for Kansas City

The Chiefs took the early lead with a field goal on their first possession. With 6:47 left in the first quarter, Kansas City has a 3-0 lead.

When and where can I watch the Titans vs. Kansas City Chiefs?

The 7:20 p.m. CT opening kickoff time is set. The game will air on NBC and may be seen online through Peacock.

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