NASHVILLE, TN — The Tennessee Titans are getting more primetime exposure for the 2022-23 season than at any time in their history. The NFL released the new schedule last week and it showed that Tennessee would be featured in four primetime games. That includes two Thursday night games against the Dallas Cowboys at home and the Green Bay Packers on the road. They open the season with a team they’ve had good luck with in recent years, the New York Giants.

Two of their three preseason games will be at home against Tampa Bay and Arizona, with a third against Baltimore. The schedule breaks down to the Titans playing eight home games and nine on the road. Their other two primetime games are against the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night football. Both are on the road. Their other road games include the Los Angeles Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Commanders, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts.

Along with the Giants, other home games include Denver, Las Vegas, Cincinnati, Jacksonville, Houston and Indianapolis. While Amazon Prime is now the exclusive home for Thursday Night Football, the games will also be available on an over-the-air broadcast station locally.

Expectations will be quite high this season for the Titans, Fans want at minimum a return to the AFC title game and if possible a return to the Super Bowl. Anything else is going to be widely regarded as a failure.