Titans’ Super Bowl 57 Odds: Tennessee Outside of Top-10 at Sportsbooks

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The Tennessee Titans, who beat the Green Bay Packers 27-17 in their highest-scoring game of the 2022 NFL season and have a three-game lead in the AFC South, have the 11th shortest odds on the boards at DraftKings, FanDuel, PointsBet, and BetMGM.

Here’s where Tennessee stands as of Nov. 23.

Analysis of Titans’ Super Bowl Odds

The Titans (7-3 overall, 8-2 against the spread), are listed at +3000 at DraftKings and currently hold the No. 3 seed in the AFC. Their odds had been as long as +8000 after their 0-2 start.

Among teams that are at least tied for a division lead, only the Seattle Seahawks (+5000 across the board) have longer odds than the Titans.

Titans odds to win:DraftKingsBetMGM (Code TODAY)FanDuel
Super Bowl 57+3000+2500+2700
AFC+1400+1400+1300
AFC South-1200-1000-1250

In looking back at history, earning the No. 1 seed hasn’t paid off for Tennessee, which has achieved that status three times (2000, 2008, and 2021). And in each instance, coming off a bye, the Titans lost at home in the divisional round of the playoffs. The sole time they reached the Super Bowl was in the 1999 season as a No. 4 seed. They proceeded to knock off the No. 1 and No. 2 AFC seeds on the road.

This season, the 7-3 Buffalo Bills continue to be atop the Super Bowl odds boards at +450 (DraftKings) this week despite currently being only the fifth seed in the AFC. The 8-2 Kansas City Chiefs, the runaway leader in the AFC West, are next at +470 (FanDuel). Following them are the NFC’s top-seeded 9-1 Philadelphia Eagles (who are +650 at PointsBet), and then the NFC West co-leader San Francisco 49ers (available at +750 at BetMGM).

Then there’s the Dallas Cowboys at +1000 (DraftKings, FanDuel, and PointsBet). They made a big jump from +1500 after routing the NFC North leader Minnesota Vikings 40-3 in Week 11.

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What are the Titans’ Chances to Win Super Bowl 57?

Their chances are not out of reach by any stretch, but Tennessee will have to count on league rushing leader Derrick Henry to continue to bulldoze the opposition, for QB Ryan Tannehill to remain healthy, and for the 10th-ranked defense in sacks — led by Jeffery Simmons — to continue to be stout.

It will also be imperative for DE Denico Autry to return from a knee injury that will keep him out of action this week at home against the Cincinnati Bengals in a rematch of last year’s divisional round matchup won by the Bengals.

Also, it would be in the Titans’ best interest if they manage to avoid facing Buffalo in the postseason. In Week 2, the host Bills rolled to a 41-7 victory, the second-most lopsided result in a game this season. Henry was held to 25 rushing yards on 13 carries, his lowest yardage output in four years.

Titans' Super Bowl 57 Odds: Tennessee Has 11th-Shortest Price at Sportsbooks
Can Tennessee count on RB Derrick Henry? Check out the Titans’ Super Bowl 57 odds here. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

Although the Titans are ranked 30th in passing yards per game at 165.4 an outing, that average was dragged down considerably thanks (or is it no thanks?) to the two games started by rookie QB Malik Willis in place of an injured Tannehill. Willis generated only 135 total air yards in those appearances.

Tannehill, the league’s seventh-ranked passer, has averaged 210.7 in his eight starts and just got back rookie WR Treylon Burks, a first-round choice, from a toe/foot injury after missing four games. He had 111 receiving yards last week in Green Bay’s mid-teens wind chill.

One of the Titans’ other losses was 20-17 in overtime at Kansas City three weeks ago. That defeat contained doses of good news in that the Titans played the powerhouse Chiefs, coming off a bye, down to the wire with Willis in charge. And the defense held QB Patrick Mahomes to his second-worst passer rating game of the season and sacked him a season-high four times.

If Willis has to step in again, ugh! He was 5-for-16 passing for 80 yards against the Chiefs’ 31st-rated pass defense and hasn’t thrown a pass since.

Read: Super Bowl 57 odds for all teams

What are the Titans’ Odds to Win the AFC Championship?

Tennessee is listed as a +1400 choice (DraftKings), behind the Bills (+215 DraftKings), Chiefs +220 (FanDuel), North Division-leading Baltimore Ravens (+650 FanDuel), East-leading Miami Dolphins (+900 DraftKings, FanDuel), and defending conference champion Cincinnati (+1300 FanDuel).

As it stands, the Titans would open the playoffs at home in the wild-card round against the sixth seed, which currently are the New England Patriots (6-4), whose odds are +3500 (DraftKings).

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What are the Titans’ Odds to Win the AFC South?

Tennessee is the third-heaviest favorite among division leaders at -1100 (BetMGM).

The Titans are followed not so closely in the South by the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are 3-7, with odds of +1400 (FanDuel).

Even if the second-place Indianapolis Colts (4-6-1) win out, the Titans would have to go only 4-3 down the stretch to clinch their third-straight division crown.

Analysis of the AFC South

Before the season began, the race for the title was supposed to be between Indianapolis and Tennesee, with the Colts having odds of +110 just before the season kicked off and the Titans at +130. Jacksonville (+700) and the Houston Texans (+2500) were expected to be afterthoughts. And they have been.

But Indy stumbled early and often, fired its head coach, and has essentially fallen out of the playoff picture.

Look ahead to Week 13: Titans vs. Eagles odds

What are the Titans’ Odds to Make the NFL Playoffs?

Tennessee, seeking its fourth straight playoff berth, has odds of -1100 at Caesars Sportsbook to reach the postseason.

For bettors who don’t like their chances, the Titans are available at +1000 at BetMGM.

What are the Titans’ Win Total Odds?

The Titans’ win total is listed at 10.5, with the over at +100 at DraftKings and the under -110 at Caesars Sportsbook and FanDuel.

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Titans’ Player Props

NFL MVP: RB Derrick Henry (+15000 PointsBet)

Henry is indeed the league rushing leader, but over the past nine seasons, only quarterbacks have won the award. The only other non-QB listed ahead of him on this year’s odds chart is Miami WR Tyreek Hill at +10000.

Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson was the last RB to win the award in 2012.

FYI: Tannehill is available at +50000 at Caesars Sportsbook.

Most rushing yards: RB Derrick Henry (+250 FanDuel)

In this category, Henry is the favorite.

He also was the rushing champ in 2019 and 2020 and was en route to a third-straight championship last season before suffering a foot injury.

His closest competitor on the yardage chart is New York Giants RB Saquon Barkley, who is 57 yards behind.

NFL Defensive Player of Year: Jeffery Simmons (+10000 BetMGM, FanDuel)

Simmons, the anchor to the interior defensive line, has 6.5 sacks and stands in a tie for ninth for shortest odds on the betting boards.

Dallas’ Micah Parsons is the overwhelming favorite at -310 (DraftKings).

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Titans’ Super Bowl 57 Odds FAQ

Who is favored to play in the Super Bowl in 2023?

The Bills and Chiefs are the two favorites out of the AFC to reach the title game.

The Eagles have slightly shorter odds than the 49ers out of the NFC to reach the big game.

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