BREAKING: Titans 2022 schedule released, headlined by four primetime matchups

The NFL released their schedule for the 2022 season Thursday evening, and the Titans were rewarded for their 2021 regular season performance with four primetime games.

Tennessee Titans 2022 Schedule:

Preseason Week 1: Titans at Ravens – Thursday, August 11th, 6:30pm CT

Preseason Week 2: Titans vs Bucaneers – TBD

Preseason Week 3: Titans vs Cardinals – TBD

Week 1: Titans vs Giants – Sunday, September 11th, 3:25pm CT

Week 2: Titans at Bills – Monday Night Football, September 19th, 6:15pm CT

Week 3: Titans vs Raiders- Sunday, September 25th, 12:00pm CT

Week 4: Titans at Colts – Sunday, October 2nd, 12:00pm CT

Week 5: Titans at Commanders – Sunday, October 9th, 12:00pm CT

Week 6: BYE

Week 7: Titans vs Colts – Sunday, October 23rd, 12:00pm CT

Week 8: Titans at Texans – Sunday, October 30th, 3:05pm CT

Week 9: Titans at Chiefs – Sunday Night Football, November 6th, 7:20pm CT

Week 10: Titans vs Broncos – Sunday, November 13th, 12:00pm CT

Week 11: Titans at Packers – Thursday Night Football, November 17th, 7:15pm CT

Week 12: Titans vs Bengals – Sunday, November 27th, 12:00pm CT

Week 13: Titans at Eagles – Sunday, December 4th, 12:00pm CT

Week 14: Titans vs Jaguars – Sunday, December 11th, 12:00pm CT

Week 15: Titans at Chargers – Sunday, December 18th, 3:25pm CT

Week 16: Titans vs Texans – Sunday 24th, 12:00pm CT

Week 17: Titans vs Cowboys – Thursday Night Football, December 29th, 7:15pm CT

Week 18: Titans at Jaguars – January 7th or 8th, TBD

The Titans will be highlighted on Sunday Night Football, Monday Night Football, and Thursday Night Football twice. They’ll play in a total of four primetime games for the sixth time in franchise history.

Tennessee only has one home-stand spanning multiple games, and it happens to be against the state of Texas. This stretch will come at the end of December when they host Houston at noon on Sunday the 24th and Dallas on Thursday Night Football just four days later.

As for road trips, Tennessee’s away schedule is front-loaded. An away stretch of Week 4 and Week 5, and then again Week 8 and Week 9 will set them up to remain at home five for the remaining nine weeks of the schedule.

Author: Easton Freezeis a Nashville native who loves covering the NFL. He is the host of The Hot Read Podcast, and when he isn't watching or covering sports, he's spending time with friends and family.

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