The Buffalo Bills and Tennessee Titans met up for just the NFL’s third-ever Tuesday Night Football game, but for very unique circumstances following the Titans’ recent COVID-19 outbreak. The game was originally supposed to be played this past Sunday. Additionally, the Titans missed two weeks of practice due to COVID protocols.

So, it was pretty surprising to see the Titans (4-0) straight-up wallop the Bills 42-16, handing the Bills (4-1) their first loss.

Ryan Tannehill continues to show that last year was not a fluke. The Titans’ quarterback completed 21-of-28 passes for 195 yards, three touchdowns, no interceptions, and had a 129.3 passer rating.

Tannehill also had 42 rushing yards on four carries, including this 10-yard touchdown run.

Derrick Henry added two rushing touchdowns, including this score to put the game away in the fourth.

And he literally threw Bills cornerback Josh Norman on a beastly run.

The Titans’ defense was also very good, picking off Josh Allen twice; Allen entered the game with 12 touchdown passes and just one interception.

So, the Titans stay undefeated into Week 6, when they have a very favorable home game against the 1-4 Houston Texans. Things don’t get any easier for the Bills, who have to host the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 6.

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