Tennessee Titans defeated the Buffalo Bills 34-31 in their last meeting

Tennessee Titans defeated the Buffalo Bills 34-31 in their last meeting

Published September 19, 2022
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Nashville, TN – In Week 6 of the 2021 season, the Tennessee Titans hosted the Buffalo Bills for a Monday Night Football contest and won by a score of 34-31.

RB Derrick Henry totaled three touchdowns as the Titans offense put up 362 total yards and 146 rushing yards against a Buffalo defense that was ranked first overall (251.8 yards allowed per game) and third against the run (78.4) entering the contest.

Buffalo built a 6-0 lead with a field goal in each of the first two quarters. The matchup featured seven lead changes, and in the second quarter, Tennessee took the lead on a one-play scoring drive as Henry broke free for a 76-yard touchdown, 7-6 Titans.

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