Tennessee Titans Odds

6 – 11 – 0
Titans 2023 season stats

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The Tennessee Titans closed out last season with a record of 6-11 and finished in last place in the AFC South. Shortly after the campaign ended, the club parted ways with head coach Mike Vrabel. The team has hired Brian Callahan, the former offensive coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals, to take his place. Looking ahead to the 2024-25 season, the Titans’ odds to win Super Bowl 59 stand at . Tennessee will pick seventh in the upcoming draft. You can check out the latest odds on the NFL draft to see the favorites. Here’s a closer look at the latest Titans betting odds and lines.

Tennessee Titans odds: Spread, moneyline, and over/under

Betting odds for the Titans’ next game will appear in the table below once the NFL releases next season’s schedule.

Tennessee Titans Week 1 odds

Betting odds for the Tennessee Titans’ opening game will be available soon after the NFL unveils the 2024-25 schedule. Looking back at last season’s finale, the Titans were 3.5-point home underdogs against the Jaguars. Tennessee pulled out a 28-20 upset, which helped to derail Jacksonville’s playoff hopes. For the season as a whole, the Titans finished with a record of 6-11 on the moneyline, 7-9-1 against the spread, and 6-11 on the over/under.

Titans player props this week

Titans player props will be available in the days leading up to the team’s next game. Ryan Tannehill and Will Levis both spent time under center a season ago. The team combined for 3,512 passing yards, 14 TDs, and 11 interceptions. Derrick Henry was the team’s leading rusher, with 1,167 yards and 12 touchdowns to go along with 214 receiving yards. DeAndre Hopkins paced the pass-catchers, hauling in 75 of 137 targets for 1,057 yards and seven TDs.

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Tennessee Titans odds to win the Super Bowl

Last updated: April 2024

The first batch of Super Bowl 59 odds came out in January. At that time, Tennessee was at +15000, which was second-to-last on the board. The Titans’ current odds to win the 2025 Super Bowl are . The club last qualified for the playoffs in 2021, losing to the Bengals in the divisional round. The franchise lost its lone Super Bowl appearance, versus the Rams at Super Bowl 34.

Tennessee Titans futures odds for 2024-25

You can also wager on how the upcoming season will shake out for Tennessee via other NFL futures, including on the team to win the division or make the playoffs. Here are the latest Titans futures odds for the upcoming campaign.

2024 Titans Player Stats

Last Updated on 04.18.2024
Player GP Games Played CMP% Completion Percentage YDS Passing Yards YDS/G Yards Per Game YDS/C Yards Per Completion TDS Passing Touchdowns INT Interceptions thrown RTG Passer Rating
Player GP Games Played INT Interceptions PD Passes Defended FF Fumbles Forced FR Fumbles Recovered SACK QB Sacks TOT Total Tackles SOLO Solo Tackles AST Assisted Tackles

Tennessee Titans Injuries

Player Pos Position Injury Status Snaps/g Snaps Per Game Comment
Colton Dowell WR Knee Out 0 Dowell is recovering from a torn ACL and is expected to miss the start of the 2024-25 season.

Titans 2023 schedule

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Tennessee Titans draft picks

The Tennessee Titans have the seventh pick in the first round of the 2024 NFL draft, which will take place April 25-27. Tennessee currently has seven selections in total for the seven-round event. At last year’s draft, the team’s top choice was OT Peter Skoronski from Northwestern. He started 14 games during his rookie season.

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Tennessee Titans FAQ

Are the Titans a playoff contender?

The Titans were 31st in the league in early odds to win Super Bowl 59.

How did the Titans do against the spread last season?

The Titans went 7-9-1 against the spread and 6-11 both on the moneyline and on totals last season.

Whom did the Titans add and lose in the offseason?  

The Titans signed players including Calvin Ridley and Tony Pollard during free agency. Players who have moved on from Tennessee and signed with other teams include Derrick Henry and Sean Bunting.

Who is the starting QB for the Titans?

Will Levis is first on the depth chart for the Titans. He appeared in nine games during his rookie season, throwing for 1,808 yards, eight TDs, and four interceptions.