Updated Titans vs. Patriots Odds & Line: Market Finally Uniform on Spread
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Updated Titans vs. Patriots Odds
- Titans Spread: +5 (-115)
- Patriots Spread: -5 (-105)
- Titans Moneyline: +178
- Patriots Moneyline: -210
- Over/Under: 44.5
Odds updated of noon ET on Saturday and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
Below we’ll feature constant updates on the latest betting odds for the 2020 NFL playoff game between the Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots, which will kickoff at 8:15 p.m. ET.
Titans vs. Patriots Odds & Info
7:20 p.m. ET: The spread has finally settled at 4.5 across all four sportsbooks we’re tracking. You’ll find the best juice for Titans +4.5 at FanDuel for -105, and the best juice for Patriots -4.5 at PointsBet for -105.
The four books are also aligned on the Titans moneyline at +180, though you can find the best Patriots moneyline odds at FanDuel for -210.
The over/under situation has remained the same:
- FanDuel is the only book we’re tracking that’s offering Over 44.5 (-115)
- PointsBet, SugarHouse and William Hill all have the Under 45 (-110)
6:15 p.m. ET: The odds have been holding steady this afternoon.
As for the moneyline, these are still the best prices:
5 p.m. ET: Looking to fade the Patriots? The best price you’ll get for the Titans at this point is +4.5 (-105) at FanDuel.
The window to buy the Patriots at -4 could be closing, though, as PointsBet is the only book we’re tracking that’s still offering that number with -111 odds.
There hasn’t been much movement around this over/under, which has held steady at 44.5 and 45 across the market. The best Over is 44.5 (-105) at FanDuel while you can get the Over 45 (-110) at PointsBet, SugarHouse and William Hill.
3:40 p.m. ET: You can no longer get 5 at the four books we’re tracking.
If you like the Titans to upset the Patriots, you can buy the Tennessee moneyline for +180 at William Hill. But if you’d rather roll with the favorite, you can get the New England moneyline for -205 at FanDuel.
FanDuel is the only book we’re tracking still offering the over/under at 44.5, which would make that your best option for the Over (-115). But if you like the other side, the other three books are offering the Under 45 (-110).
2:35 p.m. ET: The market continues to hold steady through the afternoon, with spreads between 4 and 5, and totals between 44.5 and 45.
The best over price? 44.5 with -120 juice at FanDuel.
If you’re fading Tennessee in favor of New England, though, you’ll want to grab the Patriots -4 (-104) at PointsBet.
The total hasn’t budged much, either, sitting between 44.5 and 45 at various books. SugarHouse, William Hill and PointsBet are all offering the best Under price at 45 (-110) while FanDuel is offering the best Over at 44.5 (-120).
Noon ET: The spread for this game continues to bounce back and forth between 4 and 5.
You’ll find the best odds for the Titans at William Hill and FanDuel, where they’re offering +5 with close to even odds. If you’re looking to back the Patriots, the best odds are -4 (-106) at SugarHouse.
Opening Titans vs. Patriots Odds
The Patriots opened as 4.5-point favorites at FanDuel with an over/under of 42.5. The total has risen as many as 2.5 points since then, with the over drawing a majority of the money bet (see live betting data here).
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Tennessee Titans Playoff History
The Titans ended a near decade-long run of missing the postseason in the 2017 season before they were ultimately eliminated by the Patriots in the Divisional Round — but that was a Mike Mularkey-coached and Marcus Mariota-quarterbacked Tennessee team.
Now Mike Vrabel, a former Patriot, is on the sideline with the streaking Ryan Tannehill under center.
New England Patriots Playoff History
Six rings. Eleven total Super Bowl appearances.
We’re all familiar with the Patriots’ playoff dominance. But what you might not know is that this is their first postseason without a first-round bye since the 2009 season, when they lost to the Ravens in the Wild Card Round: The only time they haven’t advanced past the opening weekend in the Tom Brady era.