In their last meeting, Tennessee Titans defeated Kansas City Chiefs

Week 7 of the 2021 season saw the Tennessee Titans take the hosts and win over the Kansas City Chiefs with a scoreline of 27-3.

Tennessee's defense limited Kansas City to a total of 334 yards, including just 67 yards in the first half, and the victory contained four sacks and three takeaways.

Offensively, the Titans held the ball for 36 minutes and 21 seconds, converting eight-in-12 third-down chances.

Taking an early 14–0 lead in the first quarter, Tennessee went ahead with two touchdown drives put together.

Tennessee produced a 97-yard scoring drive which included a 46-yard pass from QB Ryan Tanhill to Brown.

The Titans took six minutes and 39 seconds off the clock with their first scoring drive, resulting in a 34-yard field goal by Randy Bullock.

Tennessee capitalized on the turnover for eight-game scoring that included an 11-yard first-down rush by Henry and a 20-yard first-down catch by Jones.

Mahomes scrambled for 13 yards in the middle, but Kevin Byrd took flight and forced the football to fail.

The Kansas City Chiefs held their only score of the day on a 51-yard drive, resulting in a 42-yard field goal being converted by Chiefs Harrison Butcher.