Titans Playoff Odds Present Tempting Options For Bettors

Posted on June 24, 2019 - Last Updated on March 9, 2020

The Tennessee Titans ended the 2018 NFL regular season on a four-game winning streak. During that streak, running back Derrick Henry powered one of the league’s best ground attacks. Tennessee missed the playoffs by a mere game. Despite those facts, sportsbooks available to Tennessee residents aren’t high on Titans playoff odds.

Sports betting in TN  features Titans playoff odds

Online sports betting in Tennessee is now legal, and many operators will accept wagers from residents of the state. Among them are:

  • 5Dimes
  • BetOnline
  • Bovada
  • FanDuel
  • MyBookie
  • SportsBetting

While there is some variance in exact odds on Titans futures, there is a strong consensus on Titans playoff odds in general. Only two of the books currently have lines posted on whether the Titans qualify for the NFL postseason.

Odds on the Titans making the playoffs in the 2019-20 season:

  • Bovada: +250
  • FanDuel: +270

AFC South title odds

Tennessee residents will find another option when looking to bet on whether the Titans can win the AFC South. The individual books do show some variance, but all three aren’t high on the Titans grabbing a division title.

  • Bovada: +600
  • FanDuel: +550
  • MyBookie: +650

The AFC South is loaded with a solid Houston Texans team, a powerful Indianapolis Colts offense and a Jacksonville Jaguars team expected to improve. These odds reflect those facts.

If the Titans can build on their end to the 2018-19 season, this may prove a good bet for fans to take. Tennessee had one of the league’s best defenses and made some moves to bring the offense up to the same level during the offseason.

As with every team, one of the keys will be staying healthy. That’s the case for anything beyond qualifying for the playoffs, as well.

AFC championship odds

Tennessee residents can find many options for Super Bowl LIV futures bets. Among them are whether the Titans will reach the game and who their opponent will be.

Odds on the Titans winning the AFC championship.

  • Bovada: +3300
  • BetOnline: +2500
  • FanDuel: +2300
  • SportsBetting: +2500

MyBookie has odds on possible Super Bowl LIV matchups with the Titans and each NFC team they could play.

  • Arizona Cardinals +145000
  • Atlanta Falcons +49000
  • Carolina Panthers +75000
  • Chicago Bears +23000
  • Dallas Cowboys +31500
  • Detroit Lions +145500
  • Green Bay Packers +31500
  • Los Angeles Rams +12500
  • Minnesota Vikings +31500
  • New Orleans Saints +14000
  • New York Giants +90000
  • Philadelphia Eagles +26000
  • San Francisco 49ers +49000
  • Seattle Seahawks +37500
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +90000
  • Washington Redskins +120000

TN online sportsbooks low on Titans winning Super Bowl LIV

As low as the books are on Tennessee getting to the next big game, they are even more bearish on the Titans coming away with their first Super Bowl title. The odds on the Titans winning Super Bowl LIV show a good amount of disparity.

  • 5Dimes +8500
  • BetOnline +5000
  • Bovada +7000
  • FanDuel +5000
  • MyBookie +6000
  • SportsBetting +5000

A lot of the odds available on Titans futures become clear when the over/under on their season wins is considered.

Titans’ 2019 win expectancy

This is the greatest area of agreement between the books available to Tennessee residents. The over/under for regular-season wins for the Titans in the 2018-19 NFL season is eight. Bovada is offering slightly better odds on the Titans surpassing or underachieving that total than FanDuel.

FanDuel is at +110 while Bovada is currently at +115 on both the over and the under. Bovada, FanDuel and MyBookie all consider the Titans week 1 underdogs, as well.

All three of those books have Tennessee as a 5.5-point underdog to the Cleveland Browns to open up the 2019-20 regular season with an over/under on the total of 45.5 with a line of -110. The books don’t agree on the lines for the game, however.

  • Bovada +205
  • FanDuel +198
  • MyBookie +200

If the Titans get a win to start out the 2019 season, it will be because their players have great performances. That’s another thing action is available on for the entire season.

TN sports betting prop bets: Mariotta and more

FanDuel and MyBookie have multiple lines available for many prop bets involving Titans players for the coming season. Among them are bets based on season awards and statistical achievements.

Among Titans players listed in the futures to win the league’s MVP award are quarterback Marcus Mariotta and Henry. Mariotta is +12500 on MyBookie and +8000 on FanDuel. Henry has the same odds on FanDuel.

The other awards that Tennessee residents can wager on Titans players winning are defensive and offensive rookie of the year. Wide receiver A.J. Brown is +1800 on MyBookie and +2300 on FanDuel.

Linebacker Jeffery Simmons is +15000 on FanDuel and +2500 on MyBookie. Fellow rookie linebacker David Long Jr. is also on FanDuel at the same odds to win the defensive ROY award.

Statistical prop bets for Titans players

Mariotta, Brown, Henry and other Titans players are also the subjects of available prop bets based on whether they can lead the NFL in relevant statistical categories.

FanDuel has Mariotta at +15000 to lead the league in passing yards and the same odds to throw the most touchdown passes in the upcoming regular season. MyBookie lists Brown at +700 to lead all rookie wide receivers in touchdown receptions.

FanDuel includes the Titans ground game in its in-season props. Henry is +3200 to lead the league in rushing yards and +1200 to run for the most touchdowns. His teammate Dion Lewis is +15000 on both wagers.

While the Titans face a grueling schedule in 2019, Tennessee could surpass expectations if the ground game can replicate what it did in the last four weeks of the 2018 season, Mariotta’s effectiveness improves with the addition of Adam Humphries and the defense can play up to its potential. Because of those things, these bets might be ones Tennessee residents want to consider.

 

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Derek Helling is a freelance journalist who resides in Chicago. He is a 2013 graduate of the University of Iowa and covers the intersections of sports with business and the law.

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