The Tennesee Titans will host the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday night from Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. In what some have considered the week from hell within the Titans organization, they’ve finally been cleared to play. The Bills are coming into this game prepared and are on a four-game winning streak with Josh Allen at the helm. He has spread the ball around in the first four games to his receivers who include Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, and John Brown. Can Josh Allen do it again to make the Bills 5-0 to start the season? Tune in and find out, here is everything you need to know to stream the NFL action tonight! Buffalo Bills vs. Tennessee Titans When: Tuesday, October 13 Time: 7:00 p.m. ET TV Channel: CBS Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free) Prediction: There have been far too many distractions for this Titans team in the last two weeks. I don’t anticipate they will be ready to play at all while the Bills have been preparing all week, with a few extra days to prepare. 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How to watch Bills at Titans TV channel, time, live stream information Posted Oct 13, 2020 Sabres' Taylor Hall How Bills played role in joining Buffalo · Bills vs Bills vs Titans live stream How to watch NFL week 5 game tomsguidecom › news › titans-vs-bills-live-strea The Bills vs Titans live stream gives us a battle of the undefeated squads Here's how to watch online Bills at Titans Week 5 | How to watch, listen, and streambuffalobillscom › news › bills-at-titans-week-5-h Listen live Fans can listen to the action on the Bills Radio Network, featuring Steve Tasker and the voice of the Bills, John Murphy Titans vs Buffalo Bills Watch on TV, live streamtennesseancom › sports › nfl › titans › 20201011 The Titans season finally continues with a game Tuesday at Nissan Stadium, with Tennessee hosting the Buffalo Bills in a matchup of Buffalo Bills vs Tennessee Titans time, TV channel, prediction: How to watch, live stream with CBS All Access The NFL decided to postpone the Week 5 game between the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills from Sunday to Tuesday, despite the Titans' ongoing COVID-19 situation. Tennessee, which had an internal outbreak of the virus last week, was given an unexpected bye week after the league deemed that it was unsafe to have Titans face the Steelers last Sunday. When the Titans and Bills face off on Tuesday night (yes, it's happening as both teams got the all clear), it will be the only Week 5 contest between two undefeated teams. It's also only the second time in 70 years the NFL will be having a game on Tuesday. The Titans, 3-0 before having last Sunday's game postponed, will face a Buffalo team that is also undefeated and atop the AFC East division. Here's how you can follow the action in real time, before we break down Tuesday's game. How to watch Date: Tuesday, Oct. 13 | Time: 7 p.m. ET Location: Nissan Stadium (Nashville, Tennessee) TV: CBS | Stream: CBS All Access Follow: CBS Sports App Preview After leaning on their defense for the majority of last season, the Bills' offense has actually been the better of the two units through four games. The Bills have been buoyed by the emergence of quarterback Josh Allen, who has completed nearly 71% of his passes with a 12-1 touchdown to interception ratio. His favorite target so far has been newcomer Stefon Diggs, who leads the Bills with 403 receiving yards on 26 receptions. Buffalo's defense, led by cornerback Tre'Davious White and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, are currently tied for ninth in the NFL in turnovers forced. The Bills are surely looking to improve their third down defense, however, as they are currently 25th in the NFL in that department. Like the Bills, the Titans' defense has been outplayed by Tennessee's offense through three games. Heading into Sunday's game, Tennessee's defense is 29th in third down efficiency and 31st in red zone efficiency. The Titans' 5.8 yards per carry allowed is the highest total in the league. Conversely, the Titans are receiving superb quarterback play from Ryan Tannehill, who completed 71.3% of his passes with six touchdowns and just one interception. Derrick Henry, last year's rushing champion, is off to another strong start, as he is averaging 106.3 rushing yards per game heading into Sunday's contest. Prediction While their defense may not be as strong as it was last year, the Bills should be able to get more than enough stops against a Titans offense that will be without leading receiver Corey Davis, who this week was added to the team's COVID-19 list. Buffalo's third down offense, ranked sixth in the NFL heading into Sunday's game, should also have success against a Titans' defense that is 29th in the league in third down efficiency. As long as the Bills don't beat themselves, they should leave Nashville with their undefeated record in tact.