- The Tennessee Titans have +2800 odds to win the Super Bowl.
- Tennessee has the seventh shortest odds to win the AFC Conference.
NASHVILLE - The Tennessee Titans are a popular bet for their win totals and to win the division, but their chances of winning the Super Bowl are very slim.
The Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds
The Tennessee Titans made one of the biggest offseason splashed in their signing of Julio Jones. Adding Jones to a roster that went 11-5 and won their division in 2020, it’s easy to see why many NFL betting fans are siding with the Titans.
However, their Super Bowl odds remain long in comparison to the field.
Odds To Win SUPER BOWL 56 (2022)
- Kansas City Chiefs +500
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
- Buffalo Bills +1200
- Green Bay Packers +1200
- Baltimore Ravens +1400
- Los Angeles Rams +1400
- San Francisco 49ers +1400
- Cleveland Browns +1600
- Seattle Seahawks +2200
- Dallas Cowboys +2800
- Tennessee Titans +2800
As the 11th choice in the NFL to win the Super Bowl, it may be surprising to find that they are the seventh choice to represent the AFC. The AFC is thought to be better than the NFC from top to bottom and is likely the reason the odds look this way.
2022 AFC Champion Favorites
- Kansas City Chiefs +250
- Buffalo Bills +575
- Baltimore Ravens +650
- Cleveland Browns +800
- Denver Broncos +1100
- Indianapolis Colts +1400
- Tennessee Titans +1400
Tennessee Titans Regular Season Odds
Even if the AFC is too loaded to win, that doesn’t mean that the season won’t be a success. Online sportsbooks still predict a successful season for Tennessee.
AFC South Betting Odds
- Tennessee Titans -115
- Indianapolis Colts +150
- Jacksonville Jaguars +600
- Houston Texans +2500
Titans Odds To Make The Playoffs
- Yes -165
- No +125
Two things can be true at once. The Titans can be a good bet and a bad bet at the same time. Betting on Tennessee to win the division and make the playoffs can be worth the investment but betting on them to win the conference or the Super Bowl could be a waste.
On the defensive end, there have been struggles as well, allowing 398.3 yards per game last year, which were the fifth-most in the NFL.
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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.