Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots LIVE SCORE UPDATES and STATS (1/13/18) | AFC Divisional Playoffs

The Tennessee Titans, led by quarterback Marcus Mariota and running back Derrick Henry, meet the New England Patriots, led by quarterback Tom Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski, in an NFL Playoffs AFC Divisional Round matchup on Saturday, January 13, 2018 (1/13/18) at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

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Here’s what you need to know:

Who: Titans vs. Patriots

What: 2018 AFC Divisional Playoff game

When: Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018

Time: 8:15 p.m. Eastern

TV: CBS

Livestream: CBS Sports Live

Line: Patriots -13.5

Injury report: TITANS: OUT: RB DeMarco Murray (knee). PATRIOTS: QUESTIONABLE: DT Alan Branch (knee), RB Rex Burkhead (knee), LB Marquis Flowers (illness), RB Mike Gillislee (knee), DE Eric Lee (ankle, finger), RB James White (ankle).

Titans notes: QB MARCUS MARIOTA passed for 2 TDs, incl. deflected pass which he caught for TD, last week. Is 1 of 5 QBs in NFL history with 9,000+ pass yards (9,476) & 900+ rush yards (913) in 1st 3 seasons. Since entering league in 2015, has 40 TD passes vs. 0 INTs in red zone, highest TD/INT ratio in NFL over span (incl. playoffs). * RB DERRICK HENRY rushed for 156 yards with TD last week & joined EDDIE GEORGE (1/16/00) as only players in team history with 150+ rush yards in postseason game. Led team with career-high 744 rush yards. Had 3 65+ yard TDs from scrimmage in 2017, most in NFL. RB DE MARCO MURRAY has 225 scrimmage yards (112.5 per game) & 2 rush TDs in 2 career postseason games. Leads NFL with 43 rush TDs & ranks 2nd in league with 5,614 rush yards since 2013. * TE DELANIE WALKER led team with 74 catches & 807 rec. yards. Is 1 of 2 NFL TEs (TRAVIS KELCE) with 800+ rec. yards in each of past 4 seasons. Has 3 TD catches in his past 2 vs. NE. WR ERIC DECKER had TD catch last week. Had rec. TD in his last game vs. NE (12/27/15 with NYJ). * LB WESLEY WOODYARD led team with career-high 121 tackles. Was 1 of 2 players in NFL (DEMARIO DAVIS) with 100+ tackles & 5+ sacks (5). S KEVIN BYARD tied for NFL lead with 8 INTs, 3rd most by safety in team history. Had league-leading 3 multi-INT games in 2017. DT JURRELL CASEY had 6 sacks, his 5th consecutive season with 5+ sacks. Led team with 12 TFL. Had sack in last game vs. NE. LB BRIAN ORAKPO had 1.5 sacks last week.

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Patriots notes: QB TOM BRADY is all-time postseason leader in career att. (1,325), comp. (831), pass yards (9,094) & pass TDs (63). Has 12 career 300+ pass yard games in playoffs, most in NFL history. Is 25-9 (.735) as starter in postseason, most wins by QB in league annals. Led NFL with 4,577 pass yards & ranked 1st in AFC with 32 TD passes, both most by QB at age 40 or older. In past 6 vs. Ten. (incl. postseason), has 1,528 pass yards (254 per game) with 13 TDs vs. 0 INTs for 111.1 rating. * RB DION LEWIS led team with career-high 896 rush yards. Has 366 scrimmage yards (122 per game) with 5 TDs (3 rush, 2 rec.) in past 3. In last playoff game (SB LI), RB JAMES WHITE set single-game SB record with 14 catches & scored 3 TDs (2 rush, 1 rec.), tied for most in single game in SB history. Since 2015, has 12 TD catches, most among NFL RBs. * TE ROB GRONKOWSKI led all NFL TEs with 1,084 rec. yards, his 4th career 1,000+ yard season, tied with TONY GONZALEZ and JASON WITTEN for most among TEs in NFL history. In past 5 postseason games, has 431 rec. yards (86.2 per game) & 6 TDs. WR CHRIS HOGAN had 332 rec. yards (110.7 per game) & 2 TDs in 2016 playoffs. * S DEVIN MC COURTY led team with career-high 94 tackles. DE TREY FLOWERS had 2.5 sacks in SB LI. CB MALCOLM BUTLER has 7 PD & INT in past 6 in postseason. LB JAMES HARRISON has 11 career sacks in postseason, tied for 5th most in NFL history. * K STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI has made 22 consecutive FGs in postseason, 2nd longest streak in NFL history. — NFL Communications

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