- The Tennessee Titans Super Bowl odds dropped from +1600 to +2200.
- Derrick Henry will miss the majority of the Titans remaining games.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Titans are a perfect example of how quickly any NFL team can go from a Super Bowl contender to the bottom of the barrel.
Super Bowl betting sites were quick to shift the Titans SB56 odds not only following the unfortunate injuries they have suffered but also due to their upcoming schedule and their stingy ability on defense.
Super Bowl 56 Odds
- Buffalo Bills +500
- Los Angeles Rams +650
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +650
- Green Bay Packers +850
- Dallas Cowboys +900
- Arizona Cardinals +1000
- Baltimore Ravens +1200
- Kansas City Chiefs +1200
- Tennessee Titans +2000
- Los Angeles Chargers +2500
The main reason behind the crumble in the Titans Super Bowl odds comes from their injuries. More specifically to their offensive leader, Derrick Henry, who will miss the majority of the rest of the season.
Henry was seeing a 71% snap share and receiving 58% of touches on the Titans offense. Henry was also the league leader in rushing attempts (219), yards (937), and touchdowns (10).
Aside from Henry, Julio Jones has also missed his fair share of games as well.
Jones has been dealing with a hamstring injury since Week 3 and as a result, he has missed three of the Titans last five games. Even still, in the two games he has played, he finished with under 60 yards in both games.
Tough Road Ahead
The Titans have one of the easiest remaining schedules by record but play some of the league's toughest defenses.
The Titans have games remaining against the Los Angeles Rams, New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots, and Pittsburgh Steelers, all of who are in the top-10 in the league for fewest points allowed per game.
The Saints, Steelers, and Patriots are also all in the top-15 in total yards allowed as well with under 350 scrimmage yards allowed per game.
The Titans have not been able to keep teams in check from getting to the endzone. They are allowing teams to score when they reach the red zone at a 54.5% rate and are allowing the 12th most points per game with 24.4 papg this season.
They have also struggled in yards allowed per game allowing the 11th most scrimmage yards per game at 368.1 yards and the ninth most passing yards allowed with 267.4 yards allowed.
Between Derrick Henry’s absence and their rocky road ahead, Tennessee’s Super Bowl odds may continue to get longer than usual.
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