The Tennessee Titans Pick Up Where They Left Off With Super Bowl LVI Odds

Posted on January 29, 2021

Odds for next year’s Super Bowl LVI have been released.

The Tennessee Titans sit at +2800 at DraftKings to hoist the Lombardi Trophy next year, the fourteenth-lowest odds of winning.

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2020 sets the Titans up for success in 2021

The 2020 regular season was met with great success from the Titans. This marked their first AFC South division title and first double-digit season win record since 2008.

After 17 weeks of regular season play, the Titans had similar odds of winning this year’s Super Bowl.

When it came time for the playoffs, however, the Titans’ might was short lived. Their season ended after a 20-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the first postseason Wild Card round.

Now, the Titans pick up where they left off.

Going into the 2021 season, the team will have a fairly similar structure.

Tennessee boasts a strong foundation with the likes of quarterback Ryan Tannehill, running back Derrick Henry and wide receiver A.J. Brown. The team’s entire starting offensive line will return as well.

To make the necessary improvements this go around, Tennessee must now turn to its defensive squad.

Tennessee Titans defend the AFC South

After claiming the throne this year with an 11-5 record, the Titans defend their AFC South title at DraftKings with +1300 odds.

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Their capability as a team as well as the shifting tides of other programs afford them the lead.

The Titans will more or less pick up where they left off next season. Fellow divisional teams, on the other hand, must undergo various forms of restructuring before hitting the ground running.

This could leave the playing field wide open for Tennessee.

The Indianapolis Colts could be Tennessee’s strongest competition in the coming year, though the offseason is set to reshape them in unknown ways. Coming off the announcement of quarterback Philip Rivers’ retirement, they find themselves on the search for a new helmsman.

Similarly, the Houston Texans enter the season with a new head coach. The team may also be looking at a complete restructuring if quarterback Deshaun Watson is traded.

Another top AFC South team, the Jacksonville Jaguars, are facing a rebuild under new head coach Urban Meyer.

Tennessee Titans Super Bowl LVI odds

It comes as no surprise that the Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl LVI favorites coming out of the starting gate.

The Chiefs are favored to win their upcoming bout against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and look to make their third consecutive Super Bowl appearance next year.

Surprisingly, the Green Bay Packers slid in behind the Chiefs as the second favorite, despite their NFC Championship loss to Tampa Bay this season.


With a tentative date scheduled for Feb. 6, 2022, countless factors will come into play between now and then.

Odds could fluctuate substantially by the time next season rolls around, given each team’s various lineup changes.

If the Titans blaze a clear trail early on in the season, lines will quickly change to reflect that.

Until then, Tennessee bettors can find substantial value in the team’s preseason +2800 Super Bowl odds.

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As a college athlete, Alec Cunningham played Division II golf at Tusculum University. She graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Professional Writing. She then returned to her love of written word in 2000 after working in the music industry as a concert promoter, tour manager and artist developer. As a journalist, she's covered a variety of topics and currently specializes in Tennessee online sports betting and Virginia casino news. She served as a panelist at this year's All American Sports Betting Summit, discussing the ever-evolving role of women in the gambling industry.

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