This week, the Browns try to get their first win against the Titans in Week 2. Here are some nuggets about Sunday's contest, as well as how you can watch or listen to the game.
Game Time/Date: Sunday, September 20, 2015 at 1:00 PM ET
Location: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
TV Channel: CBS - Tom McCarthy (play-by-play) & Adam Archuleta (analyst)
Local Radio: 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM), ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM)
Online streaming: NFL Game Pass
Weather: 66 degrees, feels like 66, 0% chance of rain, NE winds at 12 MPH
Odds: Titans by 1 point.
The areas in cyan are scheduled to show the Cleveland Browns take on the Tennessee Titans on CBS this Sunday during the 1:00 PM ET time slot, per 506sports:
Predict the Score:
- A victory would give Cleveland wins in consecutive home openers for the first time since 1989-90. Last season, the Browns defeated the Saints 26-24 during the home opener on Sept. 14.
- Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt was a special teams coach with the Browns in 1999. Titans defensive coordinator Ray Horton was the Browns’ defensive coordinator in 2013.
- Browns DL Randy Starks was originally drafted by the Titans in the third round (71st overall) in 2004. Titans RB Terrance West was originally drafted by the Browns in the third round (94th overall) in 2014. He was traded to the Titans on September 6, 2015. Browns K Travis Coons spent training camp with the Titans in 2014 after being signed as an undrafted free agent.
- The Titans have two local players on their club -- RB Bishop Sankey (Wadsworth) and LB Avery Williamson (Cleveland).
- The Browns will honor the 30th anniversary of the Dawg Pound this season. This Sunday, former Browns DB Frank Minnifield and Hanford Dixon, who are credited with coining the term back in 1985, will be honored.
- The Browns will be wearing their white-jersey, white-pants uniform combination:
Lookin' real clean for that home opener. #TENvsCLE pic.twitter.com/ag0P159N3J— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) September 18, 2015
- These teams last met on October 5, 2014, with the Browns winning 29-28 in Tennessee in what became the biggest road comeback in NFL history. After being down 28-3 with 2:44 left in the first half, the Browns went on a 26-0 run to close out the game. The comeback included a 1-yard touchdown pass from QB Brian Hoyer to TE Jim Dray, a 42-yard field goal by K Billy Cundiff, a blocked punt by ILB Tank Carder that went for a safety, a 17-yard touchdown pass to WR Travis Benjamin with 6:49 to play, and then the go-ahead 6-yard touchdown to Benjamin with 1:09 to go.
- We will have our first quarter game day thread ready at 11:30 AM ET on Sunday, along with plenty of in-game and post-game analysis.