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Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals game highlights, final score in NFL Playoffs

Watch highlights of the Tennessee Titans’ AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday in Nissan Stadium.

Tennessee rested last week in the rewards of the No. 1 seed in the AFC, while Cincinnati won in the wild card round against Las Vegas in the team’s first playoff victory in 31 years.

Check out the highlights below.

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Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals game highlights, score

Bengals safety Jesse Bates picks off Ryan Tannehill on first play, leads to Cincinnati field goal

Titans defense racking up the sacks early

Ja’Marr Chase’s 57-yard catch-and-run leads to another Bengals FG

A.J. Brown 43-yard reception jumpstarts Tennessee’s offense

Titans 6, Bengals

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Tigers upset Tennessee in Baton Rouge

In what should have been a night where LSU cemented themselves as a SEC contender, the story became Xavier Pinson’s injury as he left the court with a ugly knee injury as LSU was trying to close out the win.

Pinson’s injury aside, it was a good night for LSU where they played some of the best basketball they have played all year.

The final score was 79-67 as LSU moved to 14-1 on the year.

Coming into the game, KenPom had LSU and Tennessee rated as the top two defenses in college basketball. These two teams were almost a mirror image of one another. Two elite defenses with offenses that have struggled at times.

For the first 17 minutes or so, it was a competitive game. LSU went on a run about 10 minutes into the game, but the Volunteers found a way to respond, trading some three’s with

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Rams’ Matthew Stafford, channeling his inner Carson Wentz, throws a pair of costly INTs to Tennessee Titans

Somewhere in Central Indiana on Sunday, Carson Wentz must have yelled out, “See?! It’s not just me!”

Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford made a very similar play as what Wentz did last week against the Titans, trying to spin out of a sack in the end zone and blindly throwing the ball to no receiver in particular in Sunday’s game in Los Angeles between LA and Tennessee. David Long picked off the pass and returned it to the Rams’ 2-yard line. One play later, a Ryan Tannehill touchdown pass to Geoff Swaim gave the Titans a second-quarter lead.

Last week, it was Elijah Molden. This week, it was Long.

On the next drive, Stafford gave it up again, throwing an interception to Kevin Byard who returned the ball for an easy touchdown.

Just like that, it was 14-3.

Wentz, of course, two critical interceptions last week; the one to Molden

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College basketball picks, schedule: Predictions, odds for Kentucky vs. Tennessee and other key games

Saturday looks like it could be a big day for college basketball. And if it goes anything like this last few days have gone, we could see a wild day on the hardwood.

We’ve already seen 10 ranked teams — including five in the top-10 and eight in the top-16 — take losses this week in the sport. So with 17 ranked teams in action Saturday, there’s bound to be some high-profile teams stumble in similar fashion.

On tap for the day include ranked matchups in the SEC, Big 12 and Big Ten with real conference title implications at stake as the regular season slowly grinds to a halt.

Our staff has convened once again to lay out our picks for the day ahead, so keep scrolling to get against the spread and straight up advice to fade or follow as you wish.

Jonathan Coachman is joined by Mike McClure

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