Titans at Eagles NFL Week 13 Betting Lines

Tennessee Titans NFL Week 13 Betting Lines

Tennessee Titans NFL Betting

The Tennessee Titans saw their two-game win streak go by the wayside after dropping a physical 20-16 decision to Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals in front of their hometown crowd. The game played out eerily similar to the team’s playoff confrontation of a season ago. Only this time, the final spread was three-points instead of four and the Titz weren’t deemed the favored side at the online sportsbook. It’s been stated numerous times throughout this NFL betting season that Mike Vrabel’s squad isn’t nearly as good as its record indicated. Now with losses incurred against three teams bound to go to the playoffs in the AFC, Derrick Henry and Co. will test their mettle against another playoff caliber opponent out of the NFC in the Philadelphia Eagles. The team has split its two prior matchups against NFC East opposition losing 21-20 to the Giants and winning 21-17 against the Commanders.

On Sunday, December 4, 2022, the Tennessee Titans will return to the road for an intriguing non-conference bout with the Philadelphia Eagles. Take it all in live on FOX from Lincoln Financial Field at 1 p.m. ET.

NFL Week 13 Betting Odds

Tennessee Titans +5.5

Philadelphia Eagles -5.5

Total: 44.5

Money Line: Titans +203, Eagles -245

Tennessee Titans Week 13 Matchup

The lookahead lines had the Titz installed 7-point road underdogs with the total set at 45.5 for this Week 12 non-conference tussle. With the Titz clocking in a moneymaking 3-2 SU and 4-1 ATS when linemakers installed them underdogs to date, it comes with little surprise to see the betting market pounce at the opportunity to snag them at a full touchdown right from the outset. With over 90 percent of the early bets and money coming in favor of Tennessee, the number to beat has fallen to +5.5. Total bettors look to be of the belief that this will be a defensive oriented affair evidenced by the total falling a full point to 44.5. Interesting considering the Titans have played to high scorers three of the five times it went off the board dogged with an average of 43 points hitting the board.

As is the case with every game Tennessee is involved in, King Henry will be the primary focal point of the offense’s plan of attack. Even more so in this matchup with an Eagles defense that’s lights out defending the run but leaves much to be desired attempting to thwart any opponent from rushing the ball down their collective throat. After allowing Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon to combine for 107 yards and a touchdown in this past week’s installment of Sunday Night Football, the Eagles enter this tilt ranked No. 18 against the run in allowing better than 120 yards per game and 4.7 yards per attempt (No. 23). Even with the additions of Ndamukong Suh and Linval Joseph, Philadelphia is likely to have its hands full with one of the league’s rushing yards leaders who’s galloped for over 1K through the first 11 weeks.

Tennessee has only conceded 146 yards on 36 carries from opposing quarterbacks for an average of 4.0 yards per carry. While Jeffery Simmons and his defensive teammates have done a yeoman’s job of shutting down opposing ground attacks (No. 3), it’s yet to run up against a specimen quite like Jalen Hurts. The closest it got was back in Week 9 at Kansas City when Patrick Mahomes was able to turn his six scrambles into 63 yards and a score. That doesn’t bode well for them in this spot against Hurts whose one of the more polished dual-threat quarterbacks in the league. On top of that, he can sling the rock around the ball yard evidenced by his career-high pace for passing yards in a season (2,560). The Eagles represent an extremely bad matchup for Tennessee’s 30th ranked pass defense that’s allowed 91.0 and 94.7 QB ratings to Burrow and Aaron Rodgers in its last two games.

Tennessee Titans Week 12 Recap

Whether you believed the roughing the passer call that allowed the Bengals to take knees and close it out was garbage, Cincy proved to be the better team in Week 11; much like they did in the Division Round last season. Instead of pointing fingers at the zebras, the Titans should instead look at themselves in the mirror and come up with answers as to why all three of its red zone appearances managed to put zero touchdowns on the board. Tennessee ranks fifth in that stat category right now. But again, a majority of its wins have come against sub .500 or teams just on the outside looking into the playoffs.

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 - -
Week 14 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars - -
Week 15 at Los Angeles Chargers - -
Week 16 vs. Houston Texans - -
Week 17 vs. Dallas Cowboys - -
Week 18 at Jacksonville Jaguars - -

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)

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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