Tennessee Titans Betting Odds

Live Titans 2020 odds & betting trends

With Ryan Tannehill under center and league-leading rusher Derrick Henry in the backfield, the Tennessee Titans returned to the NFL playoffs in 2020.

The Titans started the season on the right foot with five straight wins and finished the regular season at 11-5 – two games better than last year’s 9-7 – to win the AFC South.  Their reward for an improved record in 2020-21? A first-round matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.

Can the Titans advance and make the conference championship for the fourth time in their history? Or return to the Super Bowl like they did in 1999? With a lot of excitement surrounding Tennessee’s NFL franchise once again, here are the latest live odds on Titans football games plus betting trends, tips and some Titans history.

What’s the spread on the next Titans game?

Here’s a look at the best odds for this week’s Titans game directly from the top TN online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to jump directly to the online sportsbook and claim your free bets/make your bet.

Tennessee Titans Super Bowl odds

After last year’s incredible run to the AFC Championship, what are the odds the Titans will return this year? Or go one step further and play for the NFL Championship in Super Bowl LV? See the best Titans odds at the state’s online sportsbooks in real-time below and bet on the Titans at DraftKings, FanDuel or BetMGM.


Odds on Derrick Henry

If the Titans have a shot at the Super Bowl this year, RB Derrick Henry will be the difference maker. While MVP typically goes to a QB (and Ryan Tannehill isn’t totally out of the picture here), Henry is the Titans’ star. See the best odds on Henry each week at TN online sportsbooks here.

Nissan StadiumTennessee Titans team facts

  • City: Nashville, Tennessee
  • Stadium: Nissan Stadium
  • Head Coach: Mike Vrabel
  • Established: 1960 (as Houston Oilers)
  • Conference: American Football Conference
  • Division: AFC South
  • 2019-20 record: 11-5 regular season, won AFC South
  • 2019-20 record: 9-7 regular season, 2-1 playoffs (lost AFC Championship game)
  • Rivals: Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Buffalo Bills, Pittsburgh Steelers, Carolina Panthers

Tennessee Titans schedule for 2020-21

All times ET.

1Sept. 14 (M)10:10 p.m.at Denver BroncosW 16-14
2Sept. 20 (Su)1:00 p.m.vs. Jacksonville JaguarsW 33-30
3Sept. 27 (Su)1:00 p.m.at Minnesota VikingsW 31-30
5Oct. 13 (Tues) (Postponed from Oct. 11)1:00 p.m.vs. Buffalo BillsW 42-16
6Oct. 18 (Su)1:00 p.m.vs. Houston TexansW 42-36
7Oct. 25 (Su) (Postponed from Oct. 4)1:00 p.m.vs. Pittsburgh SteelersL 27-24
8Nov. 1 (Su)1:00 p.m.at CincinnatiL, 31-20
9Nov. 8 (Su)1:00 p.m.vs. Chicago BearsW, 24-17
10Nov. 12 (Th)8:20 p.m.vs. Indianapolis ColtsL, 34-17
11Nov. 22 (Su)1:00 p.m.at Baltimore RavensW, 30-24
12Nov. 29 (Su)1:00 p.m.at Indianapolis ColtsW, 45-26
13Dec. 6 (Su)1:00 p.m.vs. Cleveland BrownsL, 41-35
14Dec. 13 (Su)1:00 p.m.at Jacksonville JaguarsW, 31-10
15Dec. 20 (Su)TBDvs. Detroit LionsW, 46-25
16Dec. 27 (Su)8:20 p.m.at Green Bay PackersL, 40-14
17Jan. 3 (Su)1:00 p.m.at Houston TexansW, 41-38

How to bet on the Tennessee Titans

Tennessee online sportsbooks and betting apps offer a wide variety of ways to bet on Tennessee Titans games, from simple moneyline bets, to win or lose outright, or more exotic props and parlays. Standard bets include:

  • Moneyline: a bet on a team to win outright
  • Point spread: a bet on a team to cover the spread set by the sportsbook
  • Over/under: a bet that the total number of points scored will be over or under an amount set by the sportsbook
  • Props: a kind of side bet on how teams or players will perform, regardless of the game’s results (e.g., a bet on how many touchdowns a quarterback will throw)
  • Parlays: a bet that combines two or more wagers, all of which much be winners for the bet to pay off
  • Futures: a bet on an outcome determined at a future date, such as on a team’s total wins or who will win the Super Bowl

Several of the more popular futures bets involving the Tennessee Titans are listed above.

There are other player props involving the Tennessee Titans as well. You can bet on either running back Derrick Henry or quarterback Ryan Tannehill to be the NFL Offensive Player of the Year. You can also bet on new cornerback Kristian Fulton to be the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year.

Spend some time with the sportsbook to see what other Titans prop or team bets are available.

Live Betting on the Titans

Don’t forget that live betting or in-game betting is available as well while you watch the Titans play.

The NFL is great for live betting. The pace of play and regular breaks in the action give bettors lots of chances to bet on what will happen on the next play or other outcomes for which the odds and lines are adjusted as the game goes along.

In game betting creates an immersive experience, offering fans unprecedented game interaction. Lines and odds will shift during integral moments in a game, such as after a strong play or points scored. Consequently, some odds are only available for a minute at a time.

How in-game odds change

Although live betting data is updated in real time, action can change within seconds. This leaves room for bettors to take advantage of an array of in-game occurrences before odds makers have time to readjust the numbers.

titans in game bettingWhereas historical sports betting relies on computer algorithms and static analytics, in-game betting rewards a bettor’s intuition. Bettors must determine where the value exists and capitalize on the opportunity before it dissolves.

Moneyline, point spread and game total lines, which are typically fairly stagnant, change widely in live betting. Maybe the moneyline for the next Titans game was at -250 before kickoff. Moneyline odds might move to -350 if Tennessee scores an early touchdown.

Conversely, odds may fall to -150 if they sink into an early deficit, which would be prime wagering time for bettors anticipating a comeback.

An over/under set at 53.5 before kickoff could shift to 48.5 during halftime if the score is only sitting at 16-7. This could be the ideal time to wager on the over if a specific incumbent team is known for stronger second half scoring.

In-Game Prop Bets

Some sportsbooks will go so far as to allow prop bets on the outcome of plays. Bettors can wager on the potential for:

  • Passing yards
  • Rushing yards
  • Yards lost or gained
  • First downs
  • Touchdowns

These types of bets call for maximum engagement, as the betting window is particularly small.

To in-game bet on the Titans, register and download your sportsbook apps before kickoff. You can find iOS download instructions here, and Android instructions here. Much like pre-game NFL betting, some sportsbooks will post better live odds than others. Transitioning between books – aka shopping for lines – is key.

Titans betting trends & tips

When betting the Tennessee Titans this year, one factor to keep in mind is how coach Mike Vrabel likes to run a ball-control offense that emphasizes the ground game. That was one big reason why Derrick Henry had more rushing attempts (303) and rushing yards (1,540) than any other RB in the league.

Yet, Ryan Tannehill actually led the NFL in QB passer rating for the year after taking over as the Titans starter in Week 7. The Tennessee team showed themselves to be capable of putting up points while also being adept at protecting leads and shortening the game, when needed.

Here are a few other Titans trends from 2019-20 to consider:

  • Against the Spread (ATS) – Last year the Titans were 10-8-1 against the spread. However, once Ryan Tannehill took over the starting job from Marcus Mariota, Tennessee was 8-4-1 ATS.
  • Over/Under – Last year, the Titans went under the total most of the time when Mariota was starting (1-5). But once Tannehill took over, their games went over consistently (10-3, including playoffs).
  • Offense/Defense – In 2019, the Titans offense scored 25.1 points per game (10th in the NFL). Meanwhile the defense gave up 20.7 points per game (12th in the NFL).

Tennessee Titans quarterbacks records for past 10 years

Last year, Marcus Mariota began as the Titans’ quarterback. But once Ryan Tannehill took over in Week 7, the veteran had a stellar season. Tannehill threw 22 touchdowns and just six interceptions while maintaining a better than 70% completion rate.

During the years prior to Mariota and Tannehill, the Titans struggled mightily at quarterback. Here are the regular season statistics for the Tennessee Titans’ primary starting QBs over the last decade.

 PlayerGames StartedCompletionsAttemptsComp. %YardsTDINT
2020Ryan Tannehill1631548165.53819337
2019Ryan Tannehill1020128670.32742226
2018Marcus Mariota1322833168.92528118
2017Marcus Mariota1528145362.032321315
2016Marcus Mariota1527645161.23426269
2015Marcus Mariota1223037062.228181910
2014Zach Mettenberger610717959.8141287
2013Ryan Fitzpatrick921735062.024541412
2012Jack Locker1117731456.421761011
2011Matt Hasselbeck1631951861.635711814
2010Vince Young89315659.61255103

Five greatest Tennessee Titans of all time

There were a number of great Houston Oilers whose careers preceded the franchise’s move to Nashville. Some of those players include Elvin Bethea, Earl Campbell, and Warren Moon. However, when it comes to the best players in Titans history, most if not all of these five would likely appear on most fans’ lists:

  • Eddie George – the franchise’s top running back for nine seasons, George gained more than 10,000 yards without missing a start
  • Chris Johnson – six-year running back with the Titans and set a franchise record when he rushed for 2,006 yards in 2009
  • Jevon Kearse – “The Freak” was a dominant defensive end and three-time Pro Bowler with the Titans
  • Bruce Matthews – 19-year veteran center who played his  entire career with HOU-TEN and made the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007
  • Steve McNair – the first franchise QB in Titans history led the team to only its Super Bowl appearance and shared an MVP with Peyton Manning

Titans football live-stream, TV info

Fans can watch the Titans in various ways, including streaming live via the NFL app. ESPN airs Monday Night Football.

Thursday Night Football games are shown on the NFL Network and in most cases via FOX and Amazon Prime Video. If you want to see every single game involving every team, you can purchase the season-long NFL Sunday Ticket or NFL Game Pass through your satellite or cable provider.

Meanwhile, those in Tennessee can always watch the games broadcast over local television. CBS airs AFC regional games on Sundays, FOX carries Sunday games with NFC teams, and NBC airs Sunday Night Football. Local affiliates in TN include:

  • Chattanooga – WDEF channel 12 (CBS), WRCB channel 3 / digital 13 (NBC)
  • Jackson – WBBJ channel 35 / digital 7.3 (CBS), WJKT channel 16 / digital 21 (FOX), WNBJ channel 39 / digital 16 (NBC)
  • Johnson City – WJHL channel 11 (CBS)
  • Knoxville – WVLT channel 34 / digital 8 (CBS), WTNZ channel 43 / digital 15 (FOX), WBIR channel 10 (NBC)
  • Nashville – WTVF channel 36 / digital 5.1 (CBS), WZTV channel 17 (FOX), WSMV channel 4 / digital 10 (NBC)

2020 Titans football betting – Preseason forecast

Following last year’s successful campaign ending with two playoff wins and an AFC Championship appearance, there is a lot of optimism surrounding the Titans heading into 2020.

Most pundits are predicting either Indianapolis or Tennessee will win the AFC South. Theoretically, Tennessee has one of the easier schedules in the NFL this year. Of course, as we all know, circumstances can change quickly once the season gets started. Some games on the schedule might appear easy wins before the season starts, but those same games can turn out to be much tougher contests when they actually arrive.

When it comes to Tennessee Titans betting, here are three players whose performance in 2020 will have a big impact on the team’s success:

  • Derrick Henry – The NFL’s leading rusher a year ago will be looking to continue his dominance. Some forecasters predict he’ll go back-to-back and lead the league again. This is a contract year for the former Heisman Trophy winner as well. That means there will be even more attention on how he performs and holds up physically in 2020.
  • Ryan Tannehill – After taking over mid-season as the starting QB last year, Tannehill was terrific, ending the year leading the team’s playoff run and playing in the first Pro Bowl of his career. Now he has signed a four-year extension with the Titans in the off-season. Tannehill did suffer a season-ending ACL injury once before in his career. How will he perform in what will be his 9th NFL campaign?
  • Kevin Byard – The safety has been a permanent fixture in the Titans’ secondary for five years. Last year, he collected eight interceptions while making his first All-Pro team. He also collected at the bank after signing a big five-year deal with Tennessee just before the 2019 season began. He’ll likely be wanting to continue to prove his worth in 2020.

Tennesse Titans FAQ

Where do the Tennessee Titans play?

The Titans play in Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.

Who is the Tennessee Titans Starting QB/Coach?

Ryan Tannehill is the current starting quarterback for the Titans. Mike Vrabel has been the head coach since 2018.

Who owns the Tennessee Titans football team?

KSA Industries owns the franchise, with Amy Adams Strunk as the controlling owner. One of 10 women owners of NFL franchises, Strunk is well-liked among Titans fans who sometimes call her “Team Mom.”

When did the Tennessee Titans play in the Super Bowl?

In just the third year after the franchise moved from Houston, Tennessee, the Titans played in Super Bowl XXXIV at the conclusion of the 1999-20 season, losing 23-16 to the St. Louis Rams in a thriller.