Titans Odds 2023 | Best Titans Spreads, Props, & More

Frank AmmiranteSenior Sports Writer
Last Updated: Aug 30, 2022

Best Titans Betting Lines 2023

The Tennessee Titans are coming off an early playoff exit in the AFC Divisional Round following a successful regular season that saw them capture the top seed in the conference. The team can at least take comfort in knowing that they lost to the eventual Super Bowl finalists in the Cincinnati Bengals.

Having said that, this team looks headed for a decline in 2022. They traded star wideout A.J. Brown and replaced him with rookie Treylon Burks. Ryan Tannehill cost them that playoff game with several turnovers and Derrick Henry is one year closer to 30. It’s going to be tough for Tennessee to replicate last season’s success.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at the latest Titans’ futures and prop bet odds to see if we can find any value or misprices in the lines.

These Titans’ futures bet odds are courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook and current as of Friday, May 13, at 4 p.m. ET. Be careful, as many of these NFL odds might shift as we get closer to the 2022 NFL season.

Titans Futures Betting Odds

Note: These Titans futures bet odds are current as of Tuesday, Aug. 30 at 4 p.m. ET and courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook. You can find more odds at these US betting sites. But be careful, as many of these NFL futures odds might shift as we get closer to the 2022 NFL season.

  • Win Total: Over 9.5 (+115) / Under 9.5 (-135)
  • Make Playoffs: Yes (-110) / No (-110)
  • Win AFC South: (+170)
  • Win AFC Championship: (+1400)
  • Win Super Bowl 57: (+3500)

Titans Super Bowl 57 Odds

Titans To Win Super Bowl (+3500)

It’s hard to envision a scenario where the Titans go on a Super Bowl run this season. The team lost its most dynamic weapon in Brown while the AFC has gotten stronger following the Denver Broncos’ addition of Russell Wilson. The Titans would need a career year out of Tannehill to accomplish this feat.

Henry would have to bounce back from injury in a major way, while Burks would need to fill the void left by Brown’s departure with a huge rookie season. Having an elite defense to go along with these three outcomes would put the Titans in play for Super Bowl contention, but this seems highly unlikely.

Titans AFC Championship Odds

Titans To Win AFC Championship (+1400)

The AFC now has Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes, Justin Herbert, Joe Burrow, Lamar Jackson, Wilson, and Deshaun Watson at quarterback. Meanwhile, the Titans have Tannehill, a serviceable veteran who looks like he’s headed for a decline in production, especially without Brown.

It’s going to be tough for the Titans to run through an AFC that is as strong as it’s ever been. The team’s run-heavy offensive philosophy is unsustainable for success in the modern-day, pass-heavy NFL.

This is not a formula to knock off one of the elite quarterbacks listed above. They would need Tannehill to take the next step and it’s hard to see that happening.

Titans AFC South Winner Odds

Titans to Win AFC South (+170)

The AFC South is still one of the weaker divisions in football, but it’s improved significantly this offseason. The Indianapolis Colts replaced the erratic play of Carson Wentz with the steady hand of Matt Ryan at quarterback.

The Jacksonville Jaguars got a huge coaching upgrade with former Super Bowl winner Doug Pederson along with a huge free agency haul and another year selecting first overall in the NFL Draft. While the Houston Texans aren’t much of a threat, Davis Mills has been a nice find at quarterback.

In other words, the Titans won’t be able to walk all over their division rivals as they would in years past. Add in the improved competition throughout the conference and it’s going to be tough for the Titans to win the division, especially since they have a first-place schedule in non-divisional opponents.

Titans Make Playoffs Odds

Titans: Miss the Playoffs (-110)

Getting the Titans at even money to miss the playoffs looks like one of the best futures on the board right now. They’re still a bit overvalued due to the recency bias of their top-seed finish last season. This is a team that badly needs Burks to rapidly ascend to a capable No. 1 wideout.

It looks like a down year for Mike Vrabel‘s team.

Titans Win Total Bets 2023

Titans: UNDER 9.5 Wins (-135)

The Titans have a high bar to clear at 9.5 wins, making the Under a prudent play. If Tennessee was able to finish 9-8 despite losing Brown, playing in an improved division and formidable conference flush with quarterback talent, that would be considered a decent season. Yet, we’d still win our wager in that scenario.

It wouldn’t surprise me to see the Titans finish third in the AFC South this season, so we’ll go with the Under on their season wins total.

Titans Prop Bets 2023

Derrick Henry: NFL Rushing Leader (+700)

Henry is rapidly approaching the wrong side of 30, which is terrible news for running backs since they tend to decline quickly due to the toll their body takes after heavy workloads. However, the Titans figure to be as run-heavy as ever following Brown’s departure.

If Henry can make it through the full season, he’ll be right in the mix to lead the league in rushing yards. Remember, most of his production comes on the ground, unlike other elite backs that can make an impact in the passing game.

Add in the fact that he’s now second in odds behind Jonathan Taylor and you have some rock-solid value.

Treylon Burks: Offensive Rookie of the Year (+1400)

It’s a great year to bet on a running back or wide receiver to win this award since Kenny Pickett was the only quarterback taken in the first round. Pickett may not even start this year, opening up an opportunity for a wideout like Burks.

Burks is a pro-ready prospect with a similar skillset to Brown in the ability to rack up yards after the catch. The former Arkansas star is slated to slot right into Brown’s role as the top target in this passing game.

Newcomer Robert Woods is a proven veteran, but he’s recovering from a torn ACL and it remains to be seen if he’ll be at full capacity.

We could see the Burks lead the Titans in receptions and yards. With this opportunity, it’s firmly in play for him to lead all rookies in these categories, as well.

We’re getting him at (+1400), which is solid value, especially since the odds are inflated in favor of Pickett. Roll with Burks here.

How to Bet Titans Moneylines

New to NFL betting? Start with moneyline wagering. This is the most simple and straightforward football bet available to make, and it’s incredibly easy to understand how it works.

All you have to do is here is pick which team you think will win the game. If you’re right, you win your bet. A team’s moneyline odds will change depending upon their matchup that week, and you can tell right away if they’re the favorite or underdog by looking to see if they have a minus symbol (-120) or plus (+100) by their number.

Let’s say the Titans are taking on the Texans. If Tennessee is a (-220) favorite, you would need to bet $22 to win $10. However, if they’re playing against the Colts, they might be a (+150) underdog. In this case, a $10 bet would win you $15.

  • 2021 Titans Moneyline Record: 12-5-0

How to Bet Titans Spreads

Spread betting is another common way to wager on NFL games, and it’s just as easy to understand as moneyline betting. Here, you’ll be presented with two evenly-priced options, and the number associated with them is the points that each team is expected to win or lose by.

For example, the Titans might be 9.5-point favorites against the Texans. This means that Tennessee would need to win by 10 points to cover the spread. However, if the Titans lose or win the game by fewer than nine points, then the Texans would cover the spread instead.

  • 2021 Titans Against the Spread Record:10-7-0

How to Bet Titans Over/Unders

The other most popular way to bet on NFL games is on Over/Unders, which are also known as totals. Here, you’ll be betting on whether or not you think the combined score in a game will go Over or Under the projected total.

If you believe a given matchup will be a high-scoring game, you would take the Over. Accordingly, a low-scoring game means you’d take the Under.

It’s important to keep track of matchups, statistics, and injury news when it comes to betting on totals, as these things can drastically shift the outcome of a game.

  • 2021 Titans Over/Under Record: 8-9-0


Frank Ammirante

Frank Ammirante is a Senior Sports Writer at The Game Day. Previously, he wrote for 4for4 Football and RotoBaller. Frank is a member of the Fantasy Sports Writer's Association while maintaining an active presence within the community. He has competed in industry contests like the Scott Fish Bowl, The Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational, and more. Frank will be making his debut in Tout Wars this year. He's got a diverse sporting background, but specializes in football and baseball.

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