- Ryan Tannehill has EVEN odds to throw an interception with -130 odds to not throw a pick.
- Tannehill threw 14 interceptions on the season and at least one in nine games.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Ryan Tannehill has been one of the most turnover-prone quarterbacks this season, but his odds show he’s unlikely to do so against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Should Bettors Bet On An Interception?
Tannehill hasn’t been perfect this season. He’s thrown 14 interceptions on the year and threw at least one in nine of his 17 games. Despite having a turnover in over half of his games, NFL betting sites are saying it’s more likely that Tannehill will not throw a pick against the Bengals.
Ryan Tannehill Interceptions Total Odds
- OVER 0.5 EVEN
- UNDER 0.5 -130
The Bengals weren’t the greatest at forcing turnovers but also weren’t the worst. Cincinnati had 13 interceptions on the year which was tied for 15th-most in the league. One of the biggest stories of the game will be around Derrick Henry and his impact may affect Tannehill’s props.
The Impact Of The Rushing Game
It’s no secret that the Tennessee Titans are a rush-first team. They ran the ball on 48.63% of their total plays this season which was second-most in the league. Naturally, this means Tannehill will be throwing the ball less which brings fewer opportunities to throw an interception.
However, those betting on the NFL should also take note on just how different Tannehill plays with Henry in the lineup. Without him, Tannehill has just 14 TDs and 7 INTs as a member of Tennessee. With him, Tannehill has 62 TDs and 20 INTs. Not only is his TD/INT ratio better with him, but he goes from throwing 0.7 interceptions per game to just 0.57 interceptions per game when he’s playing.
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