Tennessee Titans and Cardinals will clash in the action-packed Week 1. Go through the article if you want to know how to live stream Titans vs Cardinals.
When is Titans vs Cardinals?
The Titans vs Cardinals game will be held on Sunday, September 12, at 1 pm USA time.
Where is Titans vs Cardinals?
Tennessee’s Nissan Stadium will host the season opener for the Titans vs Cardinals.
How to live stream the Titans vs Cardinals game?
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We are going to give this one to the visitors – Arizona Cardinals.
Kliff Kingsbury‘s men are likely to do a lot of damage against the hosts’ two rookie cornerbacks: Caleb Farley, Elijah Molden.
The Cardinals were a stronger unit in 2020 as compared to the Titans, and they just might prove to be a dominant side in the 2021 clash.
Kyler Murray happy with ‘more receivers’
Cardinal QB Kuler Murray seems content with the organizations’ new setup.
The quarterback did not have a set of elite receivers in the last season, but the AZ top office has not taken care of that. With a team built around him, Murray seems eager to make it big in September when the regular season kick starts.
“We have a great receiver room. More weapons than I can ask for,” he said.
Murray also expects big things from AJ Green. The veteran NFL player has just been signed by the Cardinals. He is coming over to Arizona after a 10-year stint with the Cincinnati Bengals.
“I expect A.J. to have a big year. I know a lot of people sleep on him,” Murray said. “I know a lot of things have been said about him — maybe not be able to do it anymore, whatever. We don’t really care about that. I ignore all that. I’m glad he’s on the team.”
Kingsbury opens up on Fitzgerald’s future
Larry Fitzgerald will turn 38 in August. He’s an experienced campaigner who can help the Cardinals get gold, but is he ready to go on another season with Kliff Kingsbury?
The Cardinals coach has made it clear that it is only up to Fitzgerald to decide over his stay.
“The ball’s in his court. We feel like we have great depth in that group, regardless, but we’ll have a plan either way,” Kingsbury said. “It isn’t known if either side has approached the other about a contract, but Kingsbury made it sound as if nothing has changed since Fitzgerald’s contract expired in March.”
“We’ve left it in his court. He’s earned that. That’s how we felt as an organization and so that’s where it’s at.”
Fans are eagerly waiting to see what decision the 37-year-old will make since the fresh season is on the verge.