Titans look to take down Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in this Week 11 prime time match. Kickoff is Thursday, November 17, 2022 at Lambeau Field In Green Bay, Wisconsin. Start time is at 7:15 p.m. CDT.
The Titans and Packers last met on a snowy Sunday night at Lambeau Field on Dec. 27, 2020. The Packers prevailed 40-14 to narrow the Titans’ all-time lead in the series to 7-6. Although the Titans are 4-3 all-time at Green Bay, they are in search of their first victory there since 2004.
Tennessee Titans @ Green Bay Packers
Game Time: 7:15 p.m. CDT
Location: Lambeau Stadium
TV: WTVF NewsChannel 5 Nashville
TV Broadcast Crew: Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit, and Kaylee Hartung
Radio: Titans Radio, 104-5 The Zone
Radio Broadcast Crew: Mike Keith, Dave McGinnis, Amie Wells, Rhett Bryan
Line: GB -3
Tannehill Returns With A Win
With the return of quarterback Ryan Tannehill, Titans fans worried if the pass production was going to increase. The last few games, the team has been more run heavy with rookie quarterback Malik Willis while Tannehill was out. The fans got their answer as Tannehill threw for 225 yards and a pair of touchdowns as they defeated the Denver Broncos 17-10. His key weapon in this game was not Derrick Henry, it was wide receiver Nick Westbrook-Ikhine. Westbrook-Ikhine registered a career-high 119 receiving yards on five catches while notching his first career two-touchdown game.
Green Bay Packers
After a three-game road swing, the Packers were back home last week to host the Dallas Cowboys. Despite a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter, they rallied to send the game to overtime and then used a 28-yard field goal in the extra period to clinch a 31-28 victory. It ended the Packers’ five-game losing streak.
3 Topics Of The Game
1. That Bad Man Aaron Rodgers
Though this team has struggled offensively, it would be foolish to discount Aaron Rodgers in any capacity, particularly after the Packers rode their offense to a come from behind win against the Dallas Cowboys. Rodgers will present a challenge for a defense that is playing at a high level despite the injuries.
2. Big Building Block
With Ryan Tannehill back in the starting lineup, the passing game as a whole showed signs of life, with Nick Westbrook-Ikinhe leading the team with 119 yards receiving and 2 TDs. The offense faces a Green Bay secondary led by Jaire Alexander, one of the best at his position in the NFL. Can the Titans build off of their performance on Sunday?
3.Playing On A Short Week
Head Coach Mike Vrabel has been very adept at navigating altered schedules since he became head coach, and this week is no exception. With a short week of prep before Thursday’s matchup at Lambeau Field, can he prepare a team that is still banged up to secure a road win?