What channel is Titans vs. Chiefs on today? Schedule, time for 'Sunday Night Football' in Week 9

What channel is Titans vs. Chiefs on today? Schedule, time for 'Sunday Night Football' in Week 9

Andy Reid can’t seem to solve the Titans.

The Titans have, seemingly, figured out the Chiefs during the regular season. Tennessee is riding a five-game regular season winning streak into their “Sunday Night Football” matchup, dating back to 2016. (The Chiefs, though, still have that 2019 AFC championship game in their pocket.)

Last year, Mike Vrabel handed the Chiefs one of their worst losses of the 2022 season, a 27-3 drubbing almost a year to the day. The three point performance was their worst offensive showing of 2022, while their 334 total yards was the third worst mark of the season.

This year, a new-look Chiefs offense takes on a familiar looking offense in Tennessee, still driven by Derrick Henry. Henry was given a massive workload with Ryan Tannehill out in Week 8, and he delivered with a 219-yard, two touchdown showing in the win over the Texans.

The Patrick Mahomes-led Chiefs seem to be figuring out their offense, and now have an added wrinkle with Kadarius Toney entering the fold gradually after his trade from the Giants.

MORE: Watch Titans vs. Chiefs on ‘Sunday Night Football’ with fuboTV (free trial)

It’s a battle of AFC Super Bowl hopefuls on Sunday night. Here’s how to watch:

What channel is Titans vs. Chiefs on today?

  • Game: Titans at Chiefs
  • Date: Sunday, Nov. 6
  • TV channel: NBC
  • Live stream: NFL+, NBCSports.com, Peacock, fuboTV (U.S.) | DAZN (Canada)

NBC is the exclusive home of “Sunday Night Football.” With Al Michaels moving on to call “Thursday Night Football” for Amazon Prime, Mike Tirico is the network’s new play-by-play announcer. Cris Collinsworth remains in the color commentator role. 

Melissa Stark is the network’s sideline reporter, replacing Michele Tafoya, who departed following the 2021 season.

For those to choose to live stream “SNF,” fuboTV carries NBC and offers a free trial. FuboTV also carries ESPN, CBS, Fox and NFL Network, meaning that most local games will be accessible via the streaming service. 

For viewers in Canada, Packers vs. Bills can be streamed via DAZN, which carries every NFL game.

What time is Titans vs. Chiefs today?

  • Date: Sunday, Nov. 6
  • Start time: 8:20 p.m. ET 

As is customary for “Sunday Night Football,” Packers vs. Bills will kick off at 8:20 p.m. ET. 

The game is taking place at Highmark Stadium in Buffalo, New York.

NFL live stream for Titans vs. Chiefs

Titans vs. Chiefs will be broadcast on NBC. That means those with a cable subscription will be able to stream the event free on NBCSports.com. Those without cable can stream via Peacock with a subscription.

Cord-cutters can also stream “Sunday Night Football” with fuboTV, which carries NBC and offers a free trial. FuboTV also carries CBS, Fox, NFL Network and the ESPN family of networks, so users will be able to watch most locally broadcast NFL games.

Other streaming options for Titans vs. Chiefs are as follows:

Streaming option Cable subscription needed? Free? Cost Free trial?
NFL App Yes Yes
Yahoo! Sports App Yes Yes
NFL+ No No $9.99/month Yes
DirecTV Stream No No $49.99/month Yes
fuboTV No No $69.99/month Yes
Hulu Plus Live TV No No $69.99/month Yes
Sling TV No No $35/month Yes
YouTube TV No No $54.99/month Yes

‘Sunday Night Football’  schedule 2022

  • Start time: 8:20 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: NBC
  • Live stream: NBCSports.com, Peacock, fuboTV

NBC is the broadcast home of “Sunday Night Football” for the 16th consecutive season. This year, the broadcast team will be Mike Tirico on play-by-play, Cris Collinsworth providing color commentary, and Melissa Stark reporting from the sideline.

“Sunday Night Football” games can be streamed on NBCSports.com, the NBC Sports app, Peacock or on fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

Week Date Matchup/Result
1 Sept. 8 (Thu.) Buffalo Bills 31, Los Angeles Rams 10
1 Sept. 11 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19, Dallas Cowboys 3
2 Sept. 18 Green Bay Packers 27, Chicago Bears 10
3 Sept. 25 Denver Broncos 11, San Francisco 49ers 10
4 Oct. 2 Kansas City Chiefs 41, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31
5 Oct. 9 Baltimore Ravens 19, Cincinnati Bengals 17
6 Oct. 16 Philadelphia Eagles 26, Dallas Cowboys 17
7 Oct. 23 Miami Dolphins 16, Pittsburgh Steelers 10
8 Oct. 30 Buffalo Bills 27, Packers 17
9 Nov. 6 Tennessee Titans vs. Kansas City Chiefs
10 Nov. 13 Los Angeles Chargers vs. San Francisco 49ers
11 Nov. 20 Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
12 Nov. 27 Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles
13 Dec. 4 Indianapolis Colts vs. Dallas Cowboys
14 Dec. 11 Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos
15 Dec. 18 New England Patriots vs. Las Vegas Raiders
16 Dec. 25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Arizona Cardinals
17 Jan. 1 Los Angeles Rams vs. Los Angeles Chargers
18 Jan. 8 TBD