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Bills-Titans game set to go on Tuesday, one team to lose undefeated status

Carly Mascitti
Updated: October 13, 2020 07:24 AM
Created: October 12, 2020 04:58 PM

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — News10NBC has been tracking the status of the Bills-Titans game for days and the results of COVID-19 tests.

Despite another positive test over the weekend, the league is moving forward with Tuesday's game. 

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This means the Bills will be heading to Tennessee for Tuesday night's game as scheduled.

The Titans coach who tested positive Sunday had not been around the team in nearly two weeks, but the team did close down its facility.

Despite the back and forth about whether this game would kick-off, the Bills have maintained that they were preparing to play in week five.

They held closed practices over the weekend and no media availability, but earlier in the week, Sean McDermott shared where their focus was at.

"What can we control?” McDermott said. “That's really where our focus is right now, making sure that we are doing everything we can to follow the protocols and everything right on our end. Then, on the field, is making sure our focus is on us growing as a football team.

There's a human element to this, and it takes mental toughness to compartmentalize this, but that's what we need to do right now."

The Bills and Titans are two of just five undefeated teams left after Sunday's games. 

We'll find out who is getting cut off that list Tuesday night starting at 7 p.m.


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