Tennessee Titans NFL Betting Online

Tennessee Titans NFL Betting

Tennessee Titans NFL Betting

The Tennessee Titans three-year streak of qualifying for the postseason came to a bitter end in Week 18 after dropping a 20-16 decision in a fight to the death with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Mike Vrabel’s squad entered the regular season expected to finish in back of an Indianapolis Colts squad many figured would run away with the AFC South title. As it turned out, the Titz proved to be the team to beat early on. Unfortunately, they weren’t able to routinely beat up on the Raiders, Colts, Commanders, Texans, and Broncos every passing week. With the schedule getting much tougher the second half of the season, the Titans more or less fell off the map closing out the NFL betting season by dropping each of their final seven games and managing just one cover at the online sportsbook during that stretch. Truth be told, Tennessee had no business being in a position to win this division in Week 18. The fact that they were right in the thick of it speaks volumes about the coaching staff and its ability to get the best out of every player it puts on the gridiron every passing game.

Tennessee Titans 2022 Season Recap

In winning seven of 17 played games, the Titans grossly failed to surpass their 9.5 season wins total odds. They did however add to their supporter’s respective bank rolls by churning out a moneymaking 9-6-2 tally against the closing NFL betting lines. They also made a mint for under bettors with it cashing in 12 of their 17 overall games. When it was said and done, the team accrued losing marks both at home (3-5) and the road (4-5). It also managed a ghastly 0-8 SU record against all eight winning teams it ran up against.

The season kicked off with a tough to swallow 21-20 closing moments loss to the New York Giants, and was followed up with an embarrassing 41-7 demolition at the hands of the Buffalo Bills under the bright lights of Monday Night Football. But instead of taking its ball and going home, the Titans circled the wagons and rattled off wins in seven of their next eight to take a commanding lead atop the AFC South standings with the Colts jumping the shark and the Jaguars underperforming. It however ended up going all downhill after invading Lambeau Field and upsetting the Green Bay Packers in the Week 11 installment of Thursday Night Football. From that point forward, Tennessee never once again experienced the thrill of victory and coughed up its stranglehold of the division in the process. After churning out +71, +52, and +65 point differentials the prior three seasons, the Titz managed a -57 this year. This team didn’t deserve a playoff bid and it ultimately played out that way.

Derrick Henry once again proved to be the main focal point on the offensive side of the ball. Showing no ill effects from the broken foot that sidelined him a bulk of last season, the King would turn his 349 carries into 1,538 rushing yards and 13 total touchdowns letting it be known that he remains one of the premiere running backs in the league. Tennessee closed the season owners of the NFL’s No. 13 ranked rushing attack. Unfortunately, the offense didn’t get much from anyone else. Save for rookie tight end Chigoziem Okonkwo turning it on late there wasn’t much else to speak of. Rookie WR Treylon Burks didn’t make anyone forget about A.J. Brown with the Titz closing the year with the league’s 30th ranked passing attack.

2023 Offseason

Currently owners of the 10th pick in the 2023 NFL Draft via Tankathon, it would make sense for the Titans to look to rectify its issues with the pass on either side of the ball with that selection. While there likely isn’t another cornerback in the player pool to choose from like Sauce Gardner, there are still plenty of rock solid options for Tennessee to add it its needy secondary. Players like Georgia’s Kelee Ringo, Oregon’s Christian Gonzalez, and South Carolina’s Cam Smith should all be there for the taking. But what about adding another pass catcher instead to a wretched pass catching corps? That’ll likely all depend on whether the franchise decides to go all-in on Malik Willis or not. After benching him the final two games for a practice squad caliber option instead, it doesn’t bold well for the Liberty product. That being said, it’ll be tough to pass on talents like Ohio State’s Jaxon Smith Njigba or TCU’s Quentin Johnston should either stud wide receiver be on the board once it’s time to improve the roster.

Tennessee Titans Schedule & Results

Week 1 vs. New York Giants L 20-21 0-1
Week 2 at Buffalo Bills L 7-41 0-2
Week 3 vs. Las Vegas Raiders W 24-22 1-2
Week 4 at Indianapolis Colts W 24-17 2-2
Week 5 at Washington Commanders W 21-17 3-2
Week 6 BYE
Week 7 vs. Indianapolis Colts W 19-10 4-2
Week 8 at Houston Texans W 17-10 5-2
Week 9 at Kansas City Chiefs L 17-20 (OT) 5-3
Week 10 vs. Denver Broncos W 17-10 6-3
Week 11 at Green Bay Packers W 27-17 7-3
Week 12 vs. Cincinnati Bengals L 16-20 7-4
Week 13 at Philadelphia Eagles L 10-35 7-5
Week 14 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars L 22-36 7-6
Week 15 at Los Angeles Chargers L 14-17 7-7
Week 16 vs. Houston Texans L 14-19 7-8
Week 17 vs. Dallas Cowboys L 13-27 7-9
Week 18 at Jacksonville Jaguars L 16-20 7-10

The season opener against the New York Giants is potentially dangerous. The Giants will be playing hard in rookie head coach Brian Daboll’s first game. Tannehill will also face plenty of boos and cat calls at every mistake that he makes.

Next comes an even more difficult game at the Buffalo Bills in week two. Buffalo is the favorite to win the AFC championship. This ESPN Monday Night Football game is scheduled for September 19.

Tennessee makes its only NBC Sunday Night Football appearance at the Kansas City Chiefs in week nine on November 6. Of course, the Titans still have painful memories of their 2019 AFC Championship Game loss at Arrowhead.

In week 11, the Titans are at the Green Bay Packers in a Thursday Prime Video Game on November 17.

And then the Titans return to Prime Video for a Thursday night game at the Dallas Cowboys on December 29.

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Tennessee Titans Past Seasons (2000)

2022 7-10 None
2021 12-5 Lost Divisional Round
2020 11-5 Lost Wild Card Round
2019 9-7 Lost AFC Championship Game
2018 9-7 None
2017 9-7 Lost Divisional Round
2016 9-7 None
2015 3-13 None
2014 2-14 None
2013 7-9 None
2012 6-10 None
2011 9-7 None
2010 6-10 None
2009 8-8 None
2008 13-3 Lost Divisional Round
2007 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2006 8-8 None
2005 4-12 None
2004 5-11 None
2003 12-4 Lost Divisional Round
2002 11-5 Lost Conference Championship
2001 7-9 None
2000 13-3 Lost Divisional Round

Tennessee was founded in 1960 as the Houston Oilers, charter members of the American Football League. The Oilers moved to Tennessee due to stadium issues in 1997. In 1999 the Titans made their only Super Bowl, losing a heartbreaker to the St. Louis Rams.

During their time in Houston, the Oilers fluctuated between years of passionate fan support and other years when they were so bad that they were deservedly ignored.

Houston owner Bud Adams founded the franchise and presided over it until his death well after the Oilers had become the Titans. Adams’s Oilers won the first AFL championship.

Houston’s Luv Ya Blue era of the late 1970s is remembered fondly by fans and gamblers. Those Oilers teams were powered by thundering running back Earl Campbell and matinee idol quarterback Dan Pastorini. The problem for the Oilers is that they could never get past the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC.

In Tennessee, the Titans have developed a rabid fan base with its share of highs and lows. Tennessee has made the NFL Playoffs three straight years, but fans are still smarting from their 2021 AFC divisional playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

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