The Tennessee Titans played the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night, and while the game was played at Nissan Field, the Titans played at the Toyota Stadium.
The Titans will be looking to get back on track at home in Week 1, when they host the Philadelphia Eagles, who will be playing in Week 2.
The Titans also have a trip to Dallas scheduled in Week 3, and the Tennessee home schedule is now available.
Tennessee Titans: Tennessee’s Week 1 opponent The Tennessee Vols (3-2) visit Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, Oct. 11, at 8:30 p.m.
The Vols are coming off a 31-16 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars last Saturday night.
Tennessee has not lost to the Vols since 2008.
Tennans offense will get plenty of work on offense this week.
Quarterback Trevone Boykin (6-0, 205) will see his first start of the season against the Vol with the Vol being in the same division as the Titans.
Tenn Titans: The Week 2 opponentThe Tennessee Titans (3.5-3) are coming up on a two-game road trip, starting on Sunday against the Houston Texans at 9:30 a.m., followed by a visit to New Orleans on Tuesday.
Tennoys running back Dorial Green-Beckham (10-63, 224) will be making his first career start in this game.
The former All-American is averaging over 15 yards per carry this season, which is the second-highest total on the team.
The Tennessee running game is second in the league in rushing offense (8.3 yards per play), and it is the Titans most effective offense this season.
The Vols will need to be careful when running the ball in this contest, especially if the Vol can’t score on any of the three drives.
The Tennessee Voles (3) host the Houston Oilers (3), who are coming out of the bye week.
The game is scheduled for 8 p., and is televised on FOX.
Tennies fans can tune in to FOX Sports Tennessee at 8 p (CT) on Saturday for a live stream of the game.