Titans face Bills in Buffalo in ‘week 2’ on Monday Night Football on ESPN

Derrick Henry

Earlier this week, the Titans learned who their ‘week 2’ matchup would be, and it’s a dandy.

The Titans will travel to face the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football on September 19 in Buffalo. The game will kick off at 6:15 pm, CT, on ESPN as part of an ABC/ESPN side-by-side doubleheader that night. The Vikings will face the Eagles in Philadelphia the same night at 7:30, CT, on ABC.

The official announcement was made on Monday morning on Good Morning America but was first announced by the NFL on social media. Each day this week the NFL has dropped scheduling tidbits leading up to the complete schedule that was released on Thursday night.

Last week, the league finalized the five international games taking place in 2022.

The 2022 NFL season is set to kick off on Thursday, Sept. 8, with a full slate of games scheduled for Sunday, September 11.

The Titans beat the Bills 34-31 in a thrilling game on Monday Night Football in 2021 at Nissan Stadium.

In 2020, the Titans beat the Bills 42-16 in a Tuesday night game at Nissan Stadium.

The Bills beat the Titans 13-12 in Tennessee’s last visit to Highmark Stadium in Buffalo in 2018.

Here’s a look at the 2022 opponents (including records for 2021) for the Titans:


Denver Broncos (7-10)

Las Vegas Raiders (10-7)

Dallas Cowboys (12-5)

New York Giants (4-13)

Cincinnati Bengals (10-7)

Houston Texans (4-13)

Indianapolis Colts (9-8)

Jacksonville Jaguars (3-14)


Kansas City Chiefs (12-5)

Los Angeles Chargers (9-8)

Philadelphia Eagles (9-8)

Washington Commanders (7-10)

Buffalo Bills (11-6)

Green Bay Packers (13-4)

Houston Texans (4-13)

Indianapolis Colts (9-8)

Jacksonville Jaguars (3-14)

The exact dates and times for next season’s games can be found on the Titans website.

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