Titans vs Browns

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Titans vs Browns

Outside of Tennessee, people aren’t going to be watching Sunday’s Browns vs. Titans matchup for Marcus Mariota. Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield wowed the NFL during his rookie season, and the offseason hype machine has been building up 2019 as a turning point for the long-beleaguered Browns. Now that Cleveland has acquired all-star receiver Odell Beckham Jr., Cleveland has the most anticipated QB/WR tandem in the NFL.

For the Titans, it is a different story. Mariota has never quite proven himself as an elite talent, and even optimistic fans are beginning the season wondering what exactly they have to look forward to.

The Titans will be particularly weak to start the season, because one of the team’s few standouts, left tackle Taylor Lewan, will be serving a four-game suspension. Hopefully, the Titans offense will still be able to make room for Derrick Henry to run, as he was the bright spot of the offense late last season. An aging Delanie Walker will also have to contribute at tight end if the Titans are going to stay competitive. A solid secondary likely won’t be enough for the Titans to keep up with this Browns squad.

Pass rush is a big liability for Tennessee, so if this game is anything less than a coming-out party for the Browns, it will be a disappointment. The Browns have five offensive players on their roster who produced more than 500 yards last year, and if the Titans defense gives Mayfield as much time as analysts expect, it could be a long day for Tennessee.

Who’s Playing
Cleveland (home) vs. Tennessee (away)

Last Season Records: Cleveland 7-8-1; Tennessee 9-7-0;

What to Know
Tennessee and Cleveland will face off at 1 p.m. ET Sept. 8 at FirstEnergy Stadium to kick off their 2019 seasons. Tennessee was not at the top of the league last season, but they wrapped up the season with a winning record of 9-7. Meanwhile, Cleveland struggled last year, ending up 7-8-1.

A couple last-season defensive stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: The Titans were second in touchdowns allowed, finishing the 2018 season giving up only 30. Less enviably, Cleveland ranked second worst with respect to rushing touchdowns allowed last year, where the squad gave up 20. The good news for Cleveland, of course, is that these forces working against them might not carry over into the new season.

The Tennessee sideline is surely aware that they’re the underdogs in this one. Perhaps they’ll be able to flip the script and come out with a big win.

How To Watch
When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
Where: FirstEnergy Stadium, Ohio
TV: CBS
Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App
Ticket Cost: $118.00