Hall of Fame Game Guide

If you’re looking for information on the 2009 Hall of Fame Game between the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills, you’ve come to the right place.

We’ve put together a viewing guide complete with the start time, TV schedule, odds and much more on the first preseason game of the 2009 NFL season.

Bet the 2009 Hall of Fame Game

Game: Buffalo Bills vs. Tennessee Titans

Location: Canton, Ohio

Time: 8:00PM ET

TV Schedule: Coverage starts at 8:00PM ET on NBC

Odds: Titans –3

Over/Under: 31

Preview: Click here to read our preview of the 2009 Hall of Fame Game

Past Results:

2008: Washington Redskins 30, Indianapolis Colts 16

2007: Pittsburgh Steelers 20, New Orleans Saints 7

2006: Oakland Raiders 16, Philadelphia Eagles 10

2005: Chicago Bears 27, Miami Dolphins 24

2004: Washington Redskins 20, Denver Broncos 17

2003: Kansas City Chiefs 9, Green Bay Packers 0

2002: New York Giants 34, Houston Texans 17

2001: St. Louis Rams 17, Miami Dolphins 10

2000: New England Patriots 20, San Francisco 49ers 0

Bet the 2009 Hall of Fame Game

Posted: 8/3/09 10:15PM ET

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