By John Glennon
What promised to be one of the NFL's biggest early season showdowns now looks much less recognizable.
When the unbeaten Bills travel to Nissan Stadium for Sunday's game – assuming it's played – the unbeaten Titans will have a decidedly different appearance than the last time they took the field. The COVID-19 related absence of multiple Tennessee players and coaches means the Titans will have to patch and seal holes in the lineup before taking on one of the league's best teams.
But if the unusual circumstances have the Titans at a disadvantage, Titans coach Mike Vrabel wasn't about to wallow in self-pity when asked if he'd have enough players available by Sunday to field a competitive team.
“We're good,” said Vrabel, whose team hopes to return to practice Wednesday for the first time since Sept. 25 “We had 14 guys on the practice squad and some of those guys have played for us. Some of those guys haven't played for us and I know that they're excited, and I'm looking forward to seeing them play.”
Here are 10 questions facing the Titans as they ready for what they hope is a return to action:
What could keep the Titans from returning to the facility on Wednesday?
It appears that the most significant remaining step is receiving a third straight day of no positive . . .
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