Tennessee Titans Odds

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The Tennessee Titans were the top seed in the AFC last year, but the dreams were quickly ended with a loss at home to the Cincinnati Bengals. The club made its preseason debut with a loss to the Baltimore Ravens, and they’re now getting set to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Saturday, Aug. 20.

Over the offseason, the club traded star wideout AJ Brown to the Philadelphia Eagles for draft picks. Tennessee’s Super Bowl futures odds have taken a small hit as a result. The team will open the regular season at home against the New York Giants on Sept. 11. Here’s a closer look at the latest Titans betting odds and angles.

Tennessee Titans odds: Spread, moneyline and over/under

NFL Preseason Week 2: Titans at home to square off with Buccaneers

The Titans kicked off the preseason with a 23-10 loss to the Ravens. Starters didn’t see much time, but rookie Malik Willis was behind center for a good portion of the game to give fans a look into the future.

Tennessee will continue the preseason with a home date against the Buccaneers, who lost to the Miami Dolphins in their exhibition opener. Tom Brady has been out of camp, so backup QBs will likely be running the show once again.

  • Moneyline: Tampa Bay is a +125 underdog with Tennessee set at -145.
  • Spread: The Titans are 2.5-point favorites on the spread with odds of -115.
  • Over/Under: The total is set at 38.5, which is one of the lower over/unders of preseason Week 2.

Week 1 Titans betting lines: Tennessee home favorites over Giants

The Titans earned the top seed in the AFC last season with a record of 12-5, but they exited the playoffs with their loss to the Bengals in the divisional round. The Giants’ record of 4-13 inspired an offseason of sweeping changes.

Tennessee was a strong home team last season at 7-2, while New York struggled to a mark of 1-8 on the road. For the coming season, the Titans could contend for the playoffs once again, while the Giants work toward improving.

  • Moneyline: The opening moneyline odds had Tennessee as one of the biggest favorites on the board for Week 1 football lines at +300. The numbers have since moved slightly to Titans -260 and Giants +220.
  • Spread: The opening spread of 6.5 points was one of the largest of the opening week, but it has since fallen slightly to Titans -6 (-110). Tennessee was 10-8 against the spread last year. New York was 6-11.
  • Over/under: The opening total of 43.5 points is in the lower range for Week 1 games. The Titans were 8-10 on totals last year, while the Giants were 5-11-1.

Tennessee Titans odds to win the Super Bowl

Last Updated: August 16

The first batch of DraftKings Super Bowl 57 odds came out in January. The Titans were in the upper ranks at +2000 at the initial release, but the team’s number has since fallen to +4000.

For perspective, the Titans were a top 10 choice at DraftKings for the initial release. They’ve now fallen into a tie for 16th on the board with the Cardinals, Saints, Raiders, and Dolphins. The Buffalo Bills (+600) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+700) are the current favorites to win the Super Bowl.

Tennessee Titans futures odds for 2022-23

The Titans are toward the middle of the field of Super Bowl contenders. Bettors can also wager on how the team’s season will go with other futures bets. Here are some of the latest odds on Tennessee for the upcoming season.

Regular season win total

DraftKings Sportsbook: Over 9 (-105) / Under 9 (-115)

The Titans were a 12-win team last season, but DraftKings has set this year’s win total much lower. The positive odds for over nine wins tells us that more betting action has come in on the team to win fewer than nine thus far.

Odds to win the AFC South

BetMGM Sportsbook: +150

The Titans secured the division crown last season, but current odds suggest this season could be tougher. The Indianapolis Colts (-120) are the favorites to win the AFC South, while the Jacksonville Jaguars (+750) and Houston Texans (+2500) are well off the pace.

Odds to win the AFC

Caesars Sportsbook: +1600

The Titans claimed the top seed in the AFC last season, but current odds suggest they’ll have a harder time making the playoffs this time around. They’re currently ninth on the board at Caesars. The Bills (+350) are the current AFC favorites.

Derrick Henry NFL MVP odds

FanDuel Sportsbook: +7500

The NFL MVP award goes to a QB more often than not, and the odds reflect that. Henry is currently behind plenty of QBs in the odds at FanDuel. He has the talent to win, but it’ll have to be a special season.

Season-long player prop odds

DraftKings Sportsbook:

  • Most passing yards: Ryan Tannehill +4000
  • Most rushing yards: Derrick Henry +650
  • Most receiving yards: Robert Woods +7000

Henry had an injury-shortened season last year, but the offense still runs through him. He’s the second-favorite to lead the league in rushing behind Jonathan Taylor (+450). Tannehill and Woods are unlikely candidates due to a run-heavy offensive approach.

Tennessee Titans schedule

Week DateOpponentKickoff TimeSpreadMoneylineTotal
1Sept. 11vs. New York Giants4:25 p.m. ETTN -6.5Giants (+245), Titans (-295)44 pts
2Sept. 19@ Buffalo Bills7:15 p.m. ET
3Sept. 25vs. Las Vegas Raiders1 p.m. ET
4Oct. 2@ Indianapolis Colts1 p.m. ET
5Oct. 9@ Washington Commanders1 p.m. ET
7Oct. 23vs. Indianapolis Colts1 p.m. ET
8Oct. 30@ Houston Texans4:05 p.m. ET
9Nov. 6@ Kansas City Chiefs8:20 p.m. ET
10Nov. 13vs. Denver Broncos1 p.m. ET
11Nov. 17@ Green Bay Packers8:15 p.m. ET
12Nov. 27vs. Cincinnati Bengals1 p.m. ET
13Dec. 4@ Philadelphia Eagles1 p.m. ET
14Dec. 11vs. Jacksonville Jaguars1 p.m. ET
15Dec. 18@ Los Angeles Chargers4:25 p.m. ET
16Dec. 25vs. Houston Texans1 p.m. ET
17Dec. 29vs. Dallas Cowboys8:15 p.m. ET
18Jan. 7 OR Jan. 8@ Jacksonville JaguarsTBD

Latest news and updates

The Titans shipped star wide receiver AJ Brown to the Eagles during the first round of the NFL draft for a pair of picks. During free agency, the club filled some holes by signing Austin Hooper, Jamarco Jones, and AJ Moore. Players who have moved on from Tennessee include Rodger Saffold, David Quessenberry, and Rashaan Evans.

At the NFL draft, the team picked WR Treylon Burks in the first round, followed by DB Roger McCreary in the second. In the third, the club selected OT Nicholas Petit-Frere and QB Malik Willis. After earning home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs before flaming out in one game, the Titans could slide a bit backward this season.

Other teams in the AFC

AFC EastBuffalo BillsMiami DolphinsNew England PatriotsNY Jets
AFC NorthBaltimore RavensCincinnati BengalsCleveland BrownsPittsburgh Steelers
AFC SouthHouston TexansIndianapolis ColtsJacksonville JaguarsTennessee Titans
AFC WestDenver BroncosKansas City ChiefsLA ChargersLas Vegas Raiders

Tennessee Titans FAQ

Are the Titans a Super Bowl contender?

The Titans could compete for a playoff spot in the AFC, but a run to the Super Bowl seems unlikely. In the latest odds for the winner of the next big game, Tennessee is toward the middle of the league’s 32 teams. 

How did the Titans do against the spread last year?

The Titans went 10-8 against the spread last season. The team was 12-6 on the moneyline and trended toward the under at 8-10 on totals.

Whom did the Titans add and lose in the offseason?  

The Titans traded AJ Brown to the Eagles for draft picks. During free agency, additions included Austin Hooper and Jamarco Jones, while losses included Rodger Saffold and David Quessenberry. Tennessee’s first-round draft pick was Treylon Burks.

Is Malik Willis going to start for the Titans?

Ryan Tannehill is still atop the depth chart in Tennessee, but Willis may very well be the QB of the future. He went in the third round of this year’s NFL draft and has some upside.

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