This page contains affiliate links. When you subscribe through the links provided, we may earn a commission.
Buccaneers vs Bills NFLGetty Images

How to watch today's Buccaneers vs Titans game: Livestream, TV coverage, kickoff time & radio station

Having dropped four in a row, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-5) will look to get back on track in 2023 when the Tennessee Titans (3-5) come to town on Sunday in NFL Week 10 action.

The Buccaneers are riding a four-game losing skid after falling to a heartbreaking 39-37 defeat to the Houston Texans last week. The Titans, meanwhile, have lost three of their last four games, including a 20-16 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers last time out.

Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch the match, including what TV channel to watch it on, streaming details, and more.

Buccaneers vs Titans: Date & kickoff time

DateSunday, November 12, 2023
Kickoff time1:00 p.m. ET/ 6 p.m. GMT (UK time)
VenueRaymond James Stadium
LocationTampa, Florida

How to watch Buccaneers vs Titans on TV & stream live online in the UK and Rest of the World

Every NFL game during the 2023 regular season and playoffs, including the Super Bowl, is available in the UK and worldwide on DAZN, excluding the United States and China. DAZN is the only place to watch NFL Game Pass International which will give you access to every regular-season NFL game and every playoff matchup.

That's 335 games per season available to watch on demand, although in the UK, two Sunday games per week will air on DAZN on a 24-hour tape delay. The streaming service also allows you to watch a host of great programs, including Good Morning Football, NFL Red Zone, NFL Originals, Hard Knocks and much, much more.

You can get the Season Pro Pass free for seven days and watch every game. Following the trial, you have the option to subscribe annually for £150.99 in the UK, which you can pay upfront, or in four instalments. There's also an option to pay weekly. Pricing differs depending on the country.

Buccaneers and Titans rosters & injury reports

Tampa Bay Buccaneers team news

Carlton Davis (toe), Jame Dean (concussion), and Josh Hayes (concussion) were all held out of Buccaneers' practice on Wednesday. Meanwhile, guard Matt Feiler (knee) returned to practice, while right tackle Luke Goedeke (foot) was also limited. After missing last week's game, defensive lineman Logan Hall returned in a limited capacity. Vita Vea is still dealing with a groin injury but should play against the Titans after returning last week against the Texans.


Mike Evans, Trey Palmer, Rakim Jarrett, Chris Godwin, Deven Thompkins, Tristan Wirfs, Justin Skule, Matt Feiler, Aaron Stinnie, Robert Hainsey, Cody Mauch, Nick Leverett, Luke Goedeke, Brandon Walton, Cade Otton, David Wells, Ko Kieft, Payne Durham, Baker Mayfield, Kyle Trask, Rachaad White, Sean Tucker, Ke'Shawn Vaughn


Calijah Kancey, Mike Greene, Vita Vea, Greg Gaines, Logan Hall, William Gholston, Patrick O'Connor, Joe Tryon-Shoyinka, Yaya Diaby, Markees Watts, Devin White, K.J. Britt, Lavonte David, SirVocea Dennis, Shaquil Barrett, Anthony Nelson, Cam Gill, Jamel Dean, Zyon McCollum, Carlton Davis III, Dee Delaney, Josh Hayes, Antoine Winfield Jr., Kaevon Merriweather, Ryan Neal, Christian Izien

Special Teams

Jake Camarda, Chase McLaughlin, Zach Triner, Deven Thompkins, Trey Palmer, Rachaad White

Tennessee Titans team news

The Titans are starting the practice week with several question marks for a few important players. Cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting (thumb), who has arguably been the team’s best player in the secondary all year long, is considered "doubtful" for the trip to Tampa.

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill returned to practice in a limited capacity, but will be the backup to rookie Will Levis who was already announced as the starter. Right guard Daniel Brunskill and Linebacker Azeez Al-Shaair are dealing with an ankle injury that prevented him from practicing on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, wide receiver Treylon Burks and right tackle Chris Hubbard remain in concussion protocol to start the week. However, there was a positive update regarding one important piece of the Titans’ defense. Cornerback Roger McCreary practiced fully on Wednesday and is good to go on Sunday after missing the last two games with a hamstring injury.


Treylon Burks, Chris Moore, Kyle Philips, Trevon Wesco, Kevin Rader, Nicholas Petit-Frere, Andre Dillard, Peter Skoronski, Dillon Radunz, Aaron Brewer, Corey Levin, Daniel Brunskill, Chris Hubbard, Jaelyn Duncan, Chigoziem Okonkwo, Josh Whyle, DeAndre Hopkins, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Colton Dowell, Ryan Tannehill, Malik Willis, Will Levis, Derrick Henry, Tyjae Spears


Denico Autry, Kyle Peko, Teair Tart, Jeffery Simmons, Jaleel Johnson, Arden Key, Rashad Weaver, Caleb Murphy, Azeez Al-Shaair, Luke Gifford, Jack Gibbens, Monty Rice, Harold Landry III, Trevis Gipson, Sean Murphy-Bunting, Roger McCreary, Anthony Kendall, Elijah Molden, Terrell Edmunds, Amani Hooker, K'Von Wallace, Matthew Jackson, Kristian Fulton, Tre Avery, Eric Garror

Special Teams

Nick Folk, Ryan Stonehouse, Kyle Philips, Amani Hooker, Tyjae Spears, Chris Moore, Morgan Cox, Jack Gibbens

Buccaneers vs Titans head-to-head record

DateMatch Score
21/8/22Titans 13-3 Buccaneers
22/8/21Buccaneers 3-34 Titans
27/10/19Titans 27-23 Buccaneers
19/8/18Titans 14-30 Buccaneers
14/9/15Buccaneers 14-42 Titans

More NFL News