When the Titans take the field Tuesday night against Buffalo – assuming no new positive tests before then – it will bring an end to the longest stretch between games in the modern-day era of the franchise.
The Titans edged the Minnesota Vikings on Stephen Gostkowski’s 55-yard field goal way back on Sept. 27, and haven’t played in the 15 days since – forced to postpone their regularly scheduled game against Pittsburgh and delay the contest against the Bills.
The down time has proven a nightmare for the Titans, the only team in the league so far to deal with a large-scale COVID-19 outbreak.
Titans general manager Jon Robinson addressed media Monday for the first time since the outbreak began, touching on topics such as: the NFL-NFL Players’ Association investigation of the team’s COVID-19 compliance, the players’ off-site workouts and the status of Tennessee’s depleted roster.
Here are eight takeaways from what Robinson had to say: