GAME TIME: 1 p.m.
TV NETWORK: CBS
TV ANNOUNCERS: Jim Nantz and Phil Simms
RADIO NETWORK: Anchored by WBZ-FM (98.5 The Sports Hub)
RADIO ANNOUNCERS: Gil Santos and Scott Zolak
-- Reporters in Tennessee: Tom E. Curran, Mary Paoletti, Mike Giardi. (Ron Borges of the Boston Herald will also appear on Postgame Live.)
-- Analysts in Burlington: Michael Felger, Troy Brown, Ty Law, Damon Amendolara.
-- On television: Pregame Live, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.; Postgame Live, beginning immediately at game's end and running for 90 minutes.
-- Webcast on CSNNE.com: Halftime Live, with Felger and Law, starting when halftime begins.
ALL-TIME SERIES BETWEEN THE TEAMS: Patriots 22, TitansOilers 16 (1 tie)
LATEST LINE: From OddsShark.com, via nbcsports.com
LAST MEETING: Patriots 59, Titans 0 on Oct. 18, 2009 at Gillette Stadium
CURRENT STREAK: Patriots have won four straight against the Titans, dating back to Oct. 5, 2003
STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES
From The Associated Press
In past three games vs. Titans, Tom Brady has completed 68.5 percent of passes with eight TDs, no interceptions . . . Only Calvin Johnson (28) has more TD catches than Rob Gronkowski (27) since 2010 . . . Titans QB Jake Locker will make first NFL start. . . . Chris Johnson leads NFL with 5,645 yards rushing since 2008 . . . Johnson ran for 128 yards in only game vs. Patriots . . . WR Kendall Wright will make his NFL debut, and DE Kamerion Wimbley will make his debut with Titans. Wimbley has 16 sacks in past two seasons . . . Nate Washington led Titans with 74 catches and 1,023 yards receiving last season, both career-highs . . . Tennessee WR Kenny Britt suspended for this game.