Monday Night Football Tonight Week 6: What channel is the Bills vs. Titans game on?

The Bills and Titans are set to play on Monday Night Football tonight. What channel and live streams can you watch Monday Night Football?

Who goes head-to-head in Week 6 on Monday Night Football tonight? The red-hot Buffalo Bills head to Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans. The Bills have dominated so far this season and look to be one of the best teams in the NFL. Can the Titans spoil the party? Here’s what you need to know regarding the live streams and channel for Monday Night Football.

Who plays on Monday Night Football tonight?

  • Game: Buffalo Bills (4-1) at Tennessee Titans (3-2)
  • Location: Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee

Monday Night Football | Channel, start time, live stream

  • Channel: ESPN
  • Time: 8:15 PM ET
  • Live streams:
    • ESPN App
    • Hulu Live TV
    • Fubo TV
    • YouTube TV
    • NFL Mobile App

What to expect from tonight’s Bills vs. Titans game?

The Bills are scoring the most points per game in the NFL through five weeks. Can RB Derrick Henry and the Titans’ offense keep up with this juggernaut in Monday Night Football tonight?

Are the Bills the best team in the NFL?

Bills QB Josh Allen picked up in 2021 where he left off in 2020. He’s thrown for 1,370 yards and 12 touchdowns through five games while also adding 188 yards and 2 touchdowns on the ground. Since scoring 16 points in Week 1, Buffalo’s offense has scored 35 points or more in every game. This includes two defensive shutouts and two 40-point games. Things are rolling for the Bills, who have dominated every opponent they’ve faced since Week 1. But it’s not just the offense.

Defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier has the Bills’ defense playing great as well. Buffalo heads into Monday Night Football tonight after holding Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs to just 20 points in Week 5. The Bills are allowing just 12.8 points per game, the fewest in the NFL. After suffering an injury in 2020, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds is playing as he did in his 2019 Pro Bowl season, and the defense is forcing turnovers. If they can stifle Henry and Tennessee’s run game, it’s a wrap for the Titans.

Derrick Henry is the key for Tennessee

It’s been an up-and-down season for the Titans so far. Coming off a decisive victory against the pesky Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee has a tall task ahead of them. The defense has given up plenty of points this season, holding only the Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts under 20 points. The Titans will need to find a couple of stops at the very least on Monday Night Football tonight to stand a chance at winning.

Tennessee hums when Henry rushes for 100+ yards. However, they haven’t faced off against a defense quite as good as the Bills’ D in 2021. Buffalo is playing too well right now to think they would drop this game. The Titans will give it all they have, and Henry may very well go bonkers — but the Bills’ offense will be too much for Tennessee’s defense. Buffalo takes this one with a 38-24 victory.

Monday Night Football Schedule: September

  • Baltimore Ravens at Las Vegas Raiders – September 13
    • Final: Las Vegas 33, Baltimore 27 (OT)
  • Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers – September 20
    • Final: Green Bay 35, Detroit 17
  • Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys – September 27
    • Final: Cowboys 41, Eagles 21

October

  • Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers – October 4
    • Final: Chargers 28, Raiders 14
  • Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens – October 11
    • Final: Ravens 31, Colts 25 (OT)
  • Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans – October 18
  • New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks – October 25

November

  • New York Giants at Kansas City Chiefs – November 1
  • Chicago Bears at Pittsburgh Steelers – November 8
  • Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers – November 15
  • New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – November 22
  • Seattle Seahawks at Washington Football Team – November 29

December

  • New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills – December 6
  • Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals – December 13
  • Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears – December 20
  • Miami Dolphins at New Orleans Saints – December 27

January

  • Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers – January 3

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