The Tennessee Titans return home this week to face the Cleveland Browns in a battle of AFC playoff hopefuls with identical 8-3 records. Kickoff at Nissan Stadium is scheduled for noon CST on Sunday, Dec. 6.
This week's virtual charity drive features the Titans toy drive benefiting Toys for Tots, running through Sunday, December 6. Fans can visit tennesseetitans.com/charitydrives to view a wish list of items. All items donated from that wish list will be shipped directly to Toys for Tots, helping less fortunate children this holiday season.
On the day before Thanksgiving, Feeding Nashville founders Taylin and Taylor Lewan (Titans offensive tackle) and Hayley and Tyler Hubbard (Florida Georgia Line) distributed pre-ordered Thanksgiving meals at Nissan Stadium that fed up to 700 people.
Seventh-seeded Nashville SC made history Friday night at Nissan Stadium, registering its first Audi MLS Cup Playoff victory, a 3-0 shutout against 10th-seeded Inter Miami CF. The Boys in Gold move on to play second-seeded Toronto FC on Tuesday (5 p.m., CT) in East Hartford, Conn.
Feeding Nashville, a nonprofit that supports local restaurants and organizations by fighting hunger in the Nashville community, is helping to provide Thanksgiving meals to those in need this holiday season.
The Indianapolis Colts came to town and handed the Tennessee Titans a 34-17 loss before 13,949 fans Thursday night at Nissan Stadium. The Titans dropped to 6-3 and are now tied with the Colts atop the AFC South with seven games to play. The Titans and Colts meet again Nov. 29 in Indianapolis.