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The New England Patriots will begin their quest for ring №7 with their preseason opener vs. the Detroit Lions on Thursday night.
The two teams wrapped up their trio of joint practices this week and now will face off on the gridiron at Ford Field. While you shouldn’t expect to see Tom Brady or any Patriots stars get playing time,, it’s a great opportunity to see rookies like Jarrett Stidham,, N’Keal Harry,, Chase Winovich,, and Damien Harris in action.
NASHVILLE — It’s hard to believe,, but we’re closing in on the end of training camp ~~and the start of preseason game №2.
It’s going to be a busy week in Nashville,, with the New England Patriots in town for joint practices at Saint Thomas Sports Park,, and a game on Saturday at Nissan Stadium.
But first,, another Titans mailbag…
E Moss from Nashville,, Tennessee
Question:- Will any of the Titans vs Patriots practices be open to the public?
Jim:- Both of them will be open to the public — on Wednesday and Thursday,, from 9:-50 — noon each day. — e on out. It’s free.
David Kennedy from Hytop,, Alabama
Question:- I must have missed it. What is happening to the kicking game?
Jim:- Ryan Succop is on the team’s Physically Unable to Perform list. In the meantime,, kicker/punter Austin Barnard has been handling field goals and kickoffs. The simple fact the team hasn’t signed another veteran tells me Ryan will be ready for the season opener,, and coach Mike Vrabel said recently he expects as much.
Francis Butts from Spring Hill,, Tennessee
Question:- Why does management continue to consider Taylor Lewan to be indispensable to the o — Line? Just because he was a mistaken first round draft pick 5 years ago and is basically a “look at me” type player? Been watching his detrimental antics too long!
Jim:- Hi Francis. You’re certainly wel — e to your opinion about Taylor’s personality — some seem to love him,, and it sounds like there are some,, like yourself,, in another camp. But to call him a mistaken first — round pick is off base. The guy has been voted to three Pro Bowls in his first five seasons,, so he must be doing something right.
Kenston Farmer from Memphis,, Tennessee
Question:- Hey Jim! Any chance in the future that training camp practices or at least a portion of them are live streamed to the fans that can’t make it out to?
Jim:- Well,, Kenston,, the team did it in the past. In 2014,, to be exact. Not sure it will happen again,, but never say never,, right?
Tom DiGangi from Boston,, Massachusetts
Question:- Hi Jim. After the Titans thrashed the Patriots in Nashville last November,, Dion Lewis called out Patriots management saying that they were “cheap” and essentially saying that when you don’t pay players (Lewis,, Butler,, Ryan,, et al) what they’re worth “you get your ass kicked.” No big deal there as he’s not the first former player to recognize that the Pats can be stingy when paying players (see Wes Welker,, Asante Samuel,, Vinatieri,, et al). But he also called out his former teammates saying that “I know those guys. I know that if you get real physical with them,, then they’ll quit.” Its highly unusual for a player to call out his former teammates like that. I’m wondering if anyone has ever questioned Lewis about this latter statement or whether anyone in the media will question him about same when the Patriots visit the Titans this week. Thanks.
Jim:- Hey Tom. Well,, I do remember Dion calling the Patriots cheap. He was worked up from the game and emotional after the win. At some point in the week that followed,, he expressed some level of regret for being so outspoken,, saying he didn’t mean to offend or disrespect anyone. But it hasn’t — e up this week so far,, and personally,, it’s old news to me. Too much other stuff is going on that relates to the here and now.
Tina Carpenter from Franklin,, Tennessee
Question:- What are the Titans going to do about Channel 2 not showing our games? Are there plans in place to try to move to a different channel? As a season ticket holder,, this is very disappointing.
Jim:- This is a Channel 2/Nexstar/DirecTV issue that’s impacting Titans fans,, and I get the frustration. I mentioned this last week:- Folks have a few options still to watch the games. In market,, fans can stream the games online at Titans Online,, or on the app. Out of market fans will have to subscribe to the league’s Game Pass. All the info can be found CLICK HERE.
Richard Donnell from Murfreesboro,, Tennessee
Question:- When the Titans play the Browns next month,, do you think that game will last around 7 hours? I hope not for everybody’s sake.
Jim:- You’re referring to last year’s season opener in Miami,, of course. I sure hope not. Hope I’m not jinxing it here,, but I think the chances of severe storms and lightning are probably less in Cleveland than in Miami. I’m just happy to be going to Cleveland in September and not December.
Randy L from Bristow,, Virginia
Question:- Hey Jim..thanks for all your work informing us out — of — staters about the Titans! My — ment is about MM8. I hope he has a — pletely healthy season because of what a great role model he is. I’ve only had one jersey in 40+ years of being an Oilers/Titans fan and it says “Mariota” on the back!!! MM8 is sorta like the MJ of football in my eyes as long as he stays healthy…he does whatever is needed to win and it’s usually exciting. His positives far outweigh any negatives. I know it’s a business but I really wish we would have shown some good — faith and extended him. At any rate,, I love everything about the team from the owner to the GM to the coaching staff to the players. It appears to me that CHARACTER means something to this organization and I am proud to be a Titans’ fan!
Jim:- Appreciate it. And thanks for sharing your thoughts,, Randy.
Have a great week everyone!
Five players you’ll be talking about after Pats — Lions
Here’s how to watch:-
When:- Tonight,, 7:-30 p.m.,, ET
TV Channel:- WBZ
Livestream:- Patriots. —
NBC Sports Boston has you covered for pre and postgame coverage as Michael Holley,, Tom E. Curran,, and Ted Johnson break it all down on Pregame Live at 7:-00 p.m. ET and Postgame Live immediately after the game. Stream here.
Both Pregame Live and Postgame Live can also be viewed on NBC Sports’ MyTeams App. To download,, click the link below.
New England dominated their first preseason matchup against the Detroit Lions with a 31–3 final score. The Patriots have a depleted tight end and wide receiver corps — so this game will be a huge prove — it opportunity for some of the younger guys.
The Titans hosted the Patriots for two joint practices,, and it brought together many familiar faces. Mike Vrabel and Tom Brady made sure to have some fun while on the field together. Things got chippy at the end of practice on Thursday,, so it could be an intense matchup that unfolds.
Here’s how to watch:-
New England Patriots vs Detroit Lions
Saturday,, Aug. 17,, 7:-00 p.m. ET
Nissan Stadium,, Nashville,, TN
Live stream:- fuboTV (try it free).
WBZ — TV Ch. 4
Bob Socci (play — by — play)
Scott Zolak (play — by — play)
Rob Ninkovich (sideline)
Steve Burton (sideline)
98.5 FM,, The Sports Hub