Titans-Steelers pushed to October 25th as 2 more Titans test positve, Bucs injury update
Titans-Steelers, Covid News
Two more Titans players have tested positive for COVID-19. It didn’t take long for the NFL to reschedule the Titans game for a specific date. The NFL has just announced at the Titans-Steelers Game will be played during week 7, on Sunday, October 25th at 1PM ET. Both the Titans and Steelers now have week 4 as their bye. The Steelers original game for week 7 against the Ravens will be mover to Week 8, Sunday November 1st at 1PM ET. The Ravens, who were supposed to have their bye week during week 8, will now have their bye during week 7. The Vikings continue to have 0 positive COVID-19 tests, and should be set to play this Sunday at 1Pm ET. Great job by the NFL of getting this schedule change done quickly. The NFL and NFLPA have reached two agreements: One stating that teams may not leave their city during the bye week, and another agreeing to expand daily covid testing. In other developing news, the bus driver for the Titans has tested positive for Covid-19, and now the MLB is on watch, as that same bus driver drove for the Houston Astros around the same time.
Injury Update: Buccaneers
Buccaneers RB Leonard Fournette and WR Chris Godwin have been officially ruled as OUT for Sundays 1PM (ET) game against the Chargers. WR Scotty Miller is still questionable for the game. Look for Mike Evans and Ronald Jones to have statements, although the Chargers defense has been more than capable of holding their own against high-powered offenses.