Buffalo Bills vs. Tennessee Titans Odds, Pick: Tuesday Night’s Big Betting Model Edge
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Bills vs. Titans Betting Odds
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Following a slew of positive COVID-19 tests, the Tennessee Titans will get their season back underway [insert Jordan Peele sweating GIF here] tonight against the Buffalo Bills.
The Titans have not played since defeating the Vikings on Sept. 27, while the Bills last took the field against the Raiders on Oct. 4.
Both teams are undefeated on the season, but the key question surrounds whether we’ll see a rested and well-oiled Titans team, or if bettors should expect a rusty Tennessee squad that has yet to get into the full rhythm of the season.
Interestingly, our NFL PRO Report’s betting edges have no clear consensus on the Bills vs. Titans spread, but the over/under is a different story.
Bills vs. Titans Betting Pick
Fifty-three percent of bettors have gotten down on the Bills vs. Titans over, yet our NFL public betting data is reporting that 80% of the money is on the under.
So, why are the biggest bettors unquestionably favoring the under. Take it away model projections …
The Action Network’s NFL power ratings peg the Titans vs. Bills total at 49.2, more than three points off the market consensus of 52.5.
This suggests that the current Bills vs. Titans total is inflated while also explaining why the biggest bets have consistently come down on the under.
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PRO Report Angle: Under 52.5