The Tennessee Titans’ Week 5 matchup against the Buffalo Bills is still on for Tuesday after no positive COVID-19 tests came back on Monday morning, according to ESPN.

The Titans reportedly plan to have a walkthrough on Monday, which is similar to the type of practice they would have on a Saturday before a Sunday game.

Tennessee had been forced to shut down its facility again after a staff member tested positive on Sunday morning. Despite this and the massive outbreak throughout the team in recent weeks, it’s still the plan for the Titans to face the Bills as long as there are no more setbacks.

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Tennessee already saw its Week 4 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers get postponed until Oct. 25. With the coronavirus running rampant around the team, it looked like the Bills game was going to be in trouble as well. The game was originally scheduled for Sunday but was pushed back to Tuesday. There were even some calls for a forfeit after it was revealed a large group of Titans players held workouts off-site because of the closed facility.

There could still wind up being punishment for what happened, but the NFL is plowing ahead with this game on Tuesday amid this hectic season. A postponement would have thrown another wrench into a schedule that has already undergone a number of changes due to COVID-19. Whether this is actually the safe thing to do is certainly in question.

Aside from the Titans, the New England Patriots also didn’t have any positive tests come back on Monday morning. The Patriots saw their game against the Denver Broncos get moved back to next Sunday after another positive test.