The Titans and Bills, two of the eight original American Football League rivals, have met on 43 prior occasions, including playoffs. Their rich history includes Tennessee’s “Music City Miracle” Wild Card win during the 1999 playoffs and a 32-point comeback victory by the Bills in a 1992 Wild Card matchup.
The Titans lead the series 27-16. They prevailed last season in Buffalo, as
This week’s game will be televised regionally on CBS, including Nashville affiliate WTVF NewsChannel 5. Marv Albert will handle play-by-play duties while Rich Gannon provides analysis.
The Titans Radio Network, including Nashville flagship 104.5 The Zone, will broadcast the game across the Mid-South with the “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith, color commentator Frank Wycheck, sideline reporter Cody Allison and gameday host Larry Stone.
The Titans will have 10 days to prepare for the Bills, following their Oct. 11 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football.
Britt recorded four catches for 61 yards, while rookie
The Bills ended a two-game losing streak with last week’s 19-16 overtime win at the Arizona Cardinals. Safety Jairus Byrd’s second interception of the contest put Rian Lindell in position for the game-winning 25-yard field goal in the extra period. The four AFC East clubs (Bills, Patriots, Jets and Dolphins) are now deadlocked with 3-3 records in 2012.
During the offseason, the Bills made one of the NFL’s premier acquisitions, signing free agent defensive end Mario Williams from the Houston Texans. Williams is in his seventh NFL season and has 56.5 career sacks. He picked up two of the team’s five sacks against the Cardinals.
Under the direction of head coach Chan Gailey, Buffalo’s offense is spearheaded by quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, wide receiver Stevie Johnson and the two-pronged rushing attack of Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller.