- The Tennessee Titans Super Bowl odds have consistently been around +2500 to +3000
- The Titans are the -115 betting favorites to win the AFC South.
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Titans are looking to build upon what was the first 10+win season in nearly 15 years. With five straight winning seasons, the Titans are expected to see success once again.
Tennessee Titans 2020 Season
The Tennessee Titans made the playoffs for the third time in four years in 2020 thanks to their 11-5 record which marked the first double-digit win season since 2008. Tennessee lost the Wild Card game in the playoffs, but have returned most of the offense that averaged 396.4 yards per game (second-best in NFL).
The Titans roster isn’t a 100% match from 2020, but made one of the bigger splashes in the offseason as they acquired one of the league’s premier wideouts as well as making some notable selections in the draft.
Titans Offseason Acquisitions
- Julio Jones, WR
- Bud Dupree, LB
- Janoris Jenkins, CB
- Caleb Farley, CB
- Elijah Molden, CB
- Dillon Radunz, OL
- Monty Rice, LB
- Denico Autry, DE
- Bradley McDougald, S
- John Simon, LB
Other than Julio Jones, the Titans put a hard focus on improving their defense as they allowed 398.3 yards per game which was fifth-most in the NFL. NFL betting sites know the team is still built around Derrick Henry and the rushing game, but pairing Jones with A.J. Brown makes for a scary duo out wide.
Tennessee Titans 2021 Odds
Tennessee is expected to do enough to win the AFC South as they are the favorites, but only by a small margin at -115. The Titans are expected to hit double-digit wins for the second consecutive season as they have -135 odds to have Over 9.5 wins.
As +2800 longshots to win the Super Bowl, the Titans could make for a valuable bet, but the road through the conference is a tough one as they are the +1400... or seventh-choice to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.