BUFFALO N.Y. — Monday Night Football will be back in Buffalo. The Bills will host.Monday, Sept. 19, 7:15 p.m. ET, ESPN) to see a Week 2 rematch from one of the most thrilling matchups last season that came down at inches.
The game will be played as part of a Monday doubleheader.Also, visit the (8:30 p.m. ET, ABC). It will be their first meeting in 2019
This is the fifth consecutive season the Titans and Bills have met, with the Titans hosting three of the games. These two teams split their last four games.
Tennessee was victorious last year with a win of 34-31, but only barely. The game came down at aThe clock was less than thirty seconds and the quarterback managed to sneak on fourth-and-4th.
The Bills allowed running backTo run for 143 yard with 76 yards of that coming on a second quarter touchdown run.
After a loss of 14-10 to the Buffalo Lions, Buffalo will host Monday Night Football again for the third year.Last year, at home. From 2009-13 through 2015-17, there was no home Monday night regular-season game for the Bills.
Thursday, May 12, at 8:00 pm, the NFL will announce the rest of its 2022 schedule. ET.