The Tennessee Titans have no new positive COVID-19 tests on Monday, so will they be able to play the Buffalo Bills on Sunday?
The Tennessee Titans’ Week 3 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers has been postponed, and now the Titans will look to their Week 4 matchup against the Bills and start preparing for the possibility of playing or postponing that matchup as well.
As of Monday, there is some good news for the Titans as no new players have tested positive for COVID-19. This is the first time in seven days that has been the case for the Titans.
If the Titans can have zero positives again on Tuesday, then Titans facilities will be able to open back up on Wednesday, and the Titans can begin in-person preparation for the Bills.
If the Titans do go without any more positives before Sunday, they will already be without a couple of key players that they can’t afford to be without against the Bills.
Buffalo currently sits atop the AFC East with a 4-0 record. I think it could be a pretty even matchup straight up, but if the Titans have to play without some key players, or just replace a few starters, because of COVID-19, then they could be a step behind the Bills.
We will have to wait until Tuesday to know for sure if the Titans can take the next step towards preparing for their next game. After that, the Titans will have to take it day by day to make sure they don’t have any more positive tests until Sunday.
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