Giants vs Titans Live Stream: Start Time, TV Channel, Preview

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Giants vs Titans: Date, Start Time & Stadium

Date: Sunday, September 11
Start time: 4:25pm ET / 1:25pm PT
Venue: Nissan Stadium in Nashville

Which Channel will Coverage it?

FOX will be broadcasting the particular game.

How to Watch Giants vs Titans Live Stream Online?

FuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu With Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV, Vidgo, Locast, or an over-the-air (OTA) antenna may all be used to watch FOX without a cable subscription. Check out FOX channel directory to see which live TV stations are available in your region.

You may watch live games and regional sports networks on the Fox Sports app. The games are available on YouTube TV, Hulu Plus Live TV, and FuboTV.

FuboTV, which focuses on sports, allows you to watch Fox. The subscription costs $69.99 per year after the first 7 days. If you are an avid sport fan, it could be worth your money to subscribe FuboTV.

NFL+ premium offers the recorded version of the games. The content is available 24-36 hours after ending the game.

Tennessee Titans vs. New York Giants Game Preview

Prior to the Super Bowl, NFL teams only faced opponents from the other league once every four years. The Giants faced the Titans in the first game of the 2018 NFL season. The Giants’ supporters would prefer forget what occurred.

Tennessee prevailed despite the rain. Derrick Henry rushed for 170 yards and two touchdowns in the Giants’ 17-0 loss, while Saquon Barkley, who rushed for over 2,000 yards in 2018, was held back for the majority of the game. Eli Manning’s career as a quarterback appeared to be coming to an end as well.

The Giants‘ players that played on Sunday had practically forgotten about it. Barkley (14 runs, 31 yards), Sterling Shepard (9 targets, 2 receptions, 37 yards), and Adoree’ Jackson (ex-Titans) also contributed to the total (seven targets, four completions, 37 yards, seven tackles).

The coaches, though, are a different matter. Even though they are not in the same division, Brian Daboll, Wink Martindale, and Mike Kafka have all coached against Tennessee four times in the previous four years. What can we learn from how they performed in prior games about how they will do in this game with a new team?

Brian Daboll gave his first “game week” press conference via Zoom on Monday.

This week, the offense is in the hands of Mike Kafka. Daboll was pleased with the plays he called throughout the preseason and early in the season.

Azeez Ojulari and Kayvon Thibodeaux both have strained calf muscles and bruised knees, but their ailments are minor. Taylor believes she is “prepared” to face this task.

There are several concerns concerning left guard. Devery Hamilton vs. Ben Bredeson Max Garcia, who has been practicing, has a good chance of making the team.
Daboll did not address Blake Martinez’s recent termination, but he did express confidence in Tae Crowder, Micah McFadden, and Austin Calitro.

Titans vs Giants Odds

Moneyline: Titans -250, Giants +200

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