Titans at Chiefs live stream: TV schedule, time and more

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In a battle of two possible playoff teams, the Kansas City Chiefs will play host to the Tennessee Titans in an AFC matchup on Thursday night.

Both the Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans figure to play big roles in the AFC Playoff picture, as they come into the final week of the preseason with high hopes for the upcoming season. The Chiefs played their way into the No. 2 seed in the AFC Playoffs last season, only to be upset at home in the Divisional Round. The Titans have one of the best young quarterbacks in the conference, and stand at the doorstep of being a perennial playoff team.

While these two teams do in fact meet up on Thursday night, it will be nothing like the game would look if they find themselves battling it out in the playoffs. Week 4 of the preseason is the final opportunity for those players on the cusp of making the 53-man roster, so do not expect the stars to be out inside Arrowhead Stadium. However, the game is certain to have a ton of passion, as some are playing for their NFL lives.

Arrowhead Stadium is always a tough place to play, and it will not matter that it is a meaningless preseason game. The Chiefs have some of the best fans in football, and always grab at the opportunity to cheer on their team. This could be a special season for Kansas City, as they will be looking to build upon their AFC West title from a year ago.

Here is how to watch all of the action online:

Date: Thursday, August 31
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
Location: Kansas City, Missouri
Venue: Arrowhead Stadium
TV Info: KCTV-5 (Kansas City), WKRN News 2 (Tennessee)
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass

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Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota has this team on the brink of the playoffs, and they went out and brought in some solid veterans to put around him this offseason. If the defense can play up to par, this offense has enough firepower to contend with anybody in the AFC. Thursday night could be a possible playoff preview, and for some of the players, they may actually find themselves in uniform when the regular season kicks off.