1st in AFC South
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Titans InjuriesAll NFL Injuries
Bud Dupree (Knee) is out for the season.
Out for Season
Taylor Lewan (Knee) is out for the season.
Out for Season
Julio Jones (Hamstring) is out this week.
Abry Jones (Ankle) is out this week.
Chris Jones (Groin) is out this week.
Aaron Brewer (Illness) is out this week.
Titans 2021 Schedule
|RB||Derrick Henry||Darrynton Evans||Senorise Perry|
|WR||Corey Davis||Nick Westbrook-Ikhine|
|TE||Jonnu Smith||MyCole Pruitt||Anthony Firkser|
|LT||Taylor Lewan||Ty Sambrailo|
|LG||Rodger Saffold||Daniel Munyer|
|RG||Nate Davis||Jamil Douglas|
|SS||Kenny Vaccaro||Joshua Kalu|
|FS||Kevin Byard||Amani Hooker|
|P||Brett Kern||Stephen Gostkowski|
|PR||Kalif Raymond||Adam Humphries|
|LS||Beau Brinkley||Ben Jones|
|ILB||Jayon Brown||William Compton||Nick Dzubnar|
|CB||Malcolm Butler||Chris Jackson||Tye Smith|
|DE||Jack Crawford||Larrell Murchison|
|OLB||Jadeveon Clowney||Derick Roberson|
|NT||DaQuan Jones||Matthew Dickerson|
|ILB||Rashaan Evans||David Long|
|CB||Kristian Fulton||Chris Milton|
Tennessee Titans Player Stats
While the Tennessee Titans underperformed in the betting market last season, going just 7-10 against the spread (ATS), they put together an excellent season overall, finishing 11-6 and getting the No. 4 seed in the AFC playoffs.
Oddsmakers are pegging them for close to double-digit wins this upcoming season, and the Titans suggest they'll be in the running to win the AFC South and get into the playoffs again. Look above at the Titans odds, as well as their schedule, notable injuries, and more.
Titans Point Spreads
In every Titans game this year, you'll be able to bet on their point spread, which is the most popular bet type in sports betting. It's basically a wager on how much a team will win or lose by; it's a more interesting bet than just which team will win, especially in lopsided games.
Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Titans game:
- Titans -4.5 (-110)
- Jaguars +4.5 (-110)
In this situation, the Titans is set at -4.5, which indicates they're the favorites in the game, while the are the underdogs, shown by the plus sign (+). If you bet on the Tennessee spread, you would win your wager if the Titans beat the Jaguars by five points or more. If the Jaguars won the game or lost by fewer than five points.
Tennessee Titans Over/Unders
Another popular bet type is called the or total, and it's a bet on the combined number of points scored in a game. For example, if the Titans played the and the over/under was set at 37.5, you could bet either side of that line at a sportsbook. If you bet the over, you would win the bet if the Titans and Texans combined for 38 or more points, and you'd lose if they combined for 37 or fewer points.
If you don't want to bet the spread of a game, you can always bet the moneyline, which takes the margin of victory out of the equation. Say the Titans were -140 against the : If you bet on the Titans, you'd win your bet if the Titans won -- no matter whether they won by three points or 30 points.
You can read the odds like you do the or "vig" on spread bets: At -140 moneyline odds for the Titans, you'd have to bet $140 to win $100 (or $14 to win $10). In contrast, if Tennessee was +140 on the moneyline (indicating, again, that it was the underdog), you'd win $140 on a $100 bet.
Tennessee Titans Props
Player props are some of the most fun bets you can make on an NFL Sunday, especially if you've been playing fantasy football for years. They're bets on just a single player, and you can make those bets on a variety of stats, including passing yards, receiving yards, rushing yards, and more.
For example, you can bet on any Titans game this year whether Derrick Henry will go over or under his rushing total.
If you're a big Titans fan and really believe they can win the whole thing this year, you can bet on that to happen, too! Those are called futures bets, and some examples of Titans are their odds to win the Super Bowl, their odds to win the AFC South, their odds to make/miss the playoffs, and more.