- The Tennessee Titans have (-135) odds to win OVER 9.5 games this season.
- Tennessee also has a (-165) betting line to make the playoffs and is (-115) to win the AFC South title.
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Titans are coming off of one of their more impressive seasons in the history of the franchise. Despite going 11-5 and winning the division in 2020, the betting odds posted by sportsbooks do not seem too optimistic in the team’s ability to repeat last year’s success.
The Titans Season Odds
While the season odds available on regulated sports betting sites seem to indicate regression, the Tennessee Titans are still expected to be competitive enough to win the division.
AFC South Division Winner
- Tennessee Titans -115
- Indianapolis Colts +150
- Jacksonville Jaguars +600
- Houston Texans +2500
Considering the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Houston Texans are expected to be among the worst teams in the league for the 2021-2022 NFL season and the Indianapolis Colts are battling injuries at key positions, getting Tennessee at (-115) may still be a steal of a wager for them winning the division.
Even if the Titans were unable to win the division, NFL betting sites still anticipate seeing the Titans in the playoffs.
Tennessee Titans – To Make The Playoffs
- Yes -165
- No +125
In the event that they don’t win the division, Tennessee would need to make the playoffs through the wild card, when considering their season win total seems to be a very accessible option.
Tennessee Titans 2021-2022 Total Wins
- OVER 9.5 -135
- UNDER 9.5 +105
Of all the Titans’ betting lines, the win total could very well be the best. The franchise has won at least nine games in each of the previous five seasons and is fresh off of an 11-5 season. They have just added WR Julio Jones to an already explosive offense and now have the extra 17th game to help them in reaching their win total that much more.
Why Tennessee Is Worth Betting On
Last season the Titans recorded 396.4 yards per game which tied for second-best in the NFL. They also scored 30.7 points per game, making them fourth in most points scored per game in the NFL.
Derrick Henry had one of the best all-time seasons for a running back and is likely to regress a little, but the addition of Jones to the receiving core should make up for any regression and then some. The defense left a little to be desired a season ago but should improve a bit and be league-average at worst.
Potentially and most importantly, the Titans schedule is relatively favorable. They have what should be three free wins against the Jaguars and Texans and will also play the New York Jets early in the season. There’s a tough stretch of games in the middle of the schedule where they will play the Kansas City Chiefs, the Buffalo Bills, and Los Angeles Rams in a four-week stretch, but aside from that, there’s nothing stopping them from being a dark horse winning team to wager on this season.
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