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Week 15 Patriots vs Titans Live Updates, Game Details, Open Discussion

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The (11-2) New England Patriots look to inch closer towards a bye week when the host the (3-10) Tennessee Titans.

Everyone can remember the 59-0 blowout when the Titans came to Gillette and the film review shows this game could have a similar vibe.

Head coach Bill Belichick says that the Titans tight end Delanie Walker is the real deal, and opposing teams have been able to take advantage of the deep play. Free safety Duron Harmon is really going to have to step up in the place of the injured Devin McCourty- and that goes for all of the league-leading injuries.

The Patriots promoted running back Joey Iosefa from the practice squad to help with the injuries, but the team really needs to go back to trusting James White to produce when called upon.

We spoke with our Titans coverage at Music City Miracles and they said to watch out for defensive tackle Jurrell Casey. Luckily for the Patriots, left guard Shaq Mason is coming off of his best game as a professional.

Mike offers his X Factors and his Game Plan. This game should be great from a Patriots offensive perspective.

Can you predict the score?

Game Details

Date: Sunday, December 20th, 2015

Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts

Kickoff: 1:00 PM EST


Announcers: Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts, with Evan Washburn on the sidelines

Radio: 98.5 FM, with Scott Zolak and Bob Socci

SB Nation Coverage: Titans vs Patriots coverage

SB Nation Affiliates: Music City Miracles

Online Streaming: NFL Game Pass for international viewers, 98.5 The Sports Hub Online Radio Stream

Early Games Rooting Guide

Chiefs at Ravens - The Chiefs are fighting for a playoff spot and it's a question of whether the Patriots want to face them, or the Steelers, or the Jets. The Jets won, and we're rooting for the Steelers to tip the Broncos, so we should probably root for the Chiefs to remain in lockstep if we want them to make the playoffs over the other two teams. Go Chiefs.

Texans at Colts - Go Texans and it's not even a question.

Bills at Washington - The Bills are eliminated from the playoffs with a loss, so let's go Washington. Double whammy of Washington helping to keep the Giants out of the playoffs.

Bears at Vikings - Doesn't matter, but go Vikings. Easier team to see waaaaay down the road in the playoffs.

Panthers at Giants - Go Giants.

Falcons at Jaguars - The Jaguars can be eliminated from playoff contention this week. I kind of want the Jaguars to finish the season 8-8 and to win the AFC South, so I'll be rooting for them, but you can root however you feel in this probably-explosive offensive affair.