Titans vs. Cardinals: Time, TV schedule, how to stream, odds

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The Tennessee Titans and Arizona Cardinals will square off in the preseason finale on Saturday night at Nissan Stadium in Nashville for what is the final tune-up before the 2022 campaign begins.

The Titans and Cardinals took part in joint practice this week, but did so only once after the two teams were originally planned to have two. Head coaches Mike Vrabel and Kliff Kingsbury agreed to the revised schedule in order to protect against injuries.

The last time these two teams met prior to Wednesday’s practice was in Week 1 of the 2021 season, when the Cardinals ravaged the Titans, 38-13, in the infamous Chandler Jones five-sack game.

While it isn’t clear which starters will or won’t play, this game is the final chance for players on the bubble and in starting competitions to show their stuff before final cuts, which will take place by 3 p.m. CDT Tuesday.

Here’s the information you need for Saturday night, whether you’re going to the game or watching/listening at home.

Viewing and listening information

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Who: Arizona Cardinals at Tennessee Titans

Where: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN

When: Saturday, Aug. 27 at 6 p.m. CDT

Watch: WKRN News 2

Listen: WGFX 104.5-The Zone / SiriusXM 228 (home), 388 (away)

Streaming: fuboTV (try it free) / NFL+ (out of market)

Weather

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Via NFLWeather.com:

Humid and partly cloudy

Temperature: 87 degrees

Feels Like: 94 degrees

Wind: 4 MPH East

Humidity: 63%

Visibility: 10 miles

Precipitation Prob: 2%

Odds

Per Tipico Sportsbook:

Team

Spread

Moneyline

Total points

ARI

+3.5 (-135)

+133

O 35.5 (-110)

TEN

-3.5 (+110)

-165

U 35.5 (-110)

 

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Story originally appeared on Titans Wire