- The Titans have beaten the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs in consecutive weeks.
- The Tennessee Titans Super Bowl odds are +1600.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – It is time to take the Tennessee Titans very seriously after they defeated both the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs in back-to-back weeks.
With those two enormous wins, legal online gambling sites have rightfully shifted their Super Bowl odds down to +1600 after they opened up the season at +2800.
Super Bowl 56 Odds
- Buffalo Bills +500
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +500
- Los Angeles Rams +750
- Arizona Cardinals +800
- Green Bay Packers +1000
- Dallas Cowboys +1100
- Baltimore Ravens +1200
- Kansas City Chiefs +1200
- Tennessee Titans +1600
- Los Angeles Chargers +2000
Breaking down the Titans wins over the Bills and Chiefs, in Week 6 against the Bills, the Titans were 6-point underdogs against the leagues best run defense. Derrick Henry went on to rush for 143 yards and three touchdowns defeating Buffalo 34-31.
In Week 7 against the Chiefs, Tennessee went in as 4-point underdogs and took control of the game early on. They got out to a 27-0 lead going into halftime and never allowed the Chiefs to get going only allowing them to score three points.
Odds Coming Together To Back Titans SB Odds
Aside from the Titans two biggest wins on the season so far, there are other season odds that are backing up the Titans odds to win the Super Bowl even more. First off, they have jumped out as heavy favorites to win the AFC South division at -500 odds.
The Titans odds to make the playoffs are also heavily favored at -1200. As for their win total, the line is set at 11.5 wins, with the Over listed as a slight +120 underdog. The Titans could cash those odds as well being that they have five wins to their name already and also have the easiest ranked schedule to finish the season with their opponents combining for a 25-41 record.
One of the most impressive odds that the Titans have going for them this season comes behind Derrick Henry. Henry currently leads the league in rushing yards (869) and rushing touchdowns (10). With that, he has the eighth shortest odds to win the MVP at +2200.
At this rate, Henry is on pace to shatter the rushing yard record with 2,219 yards and is also on pace to tie the rushing touchdown record with 28.
With Titans showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon, getting in on their Super Bowl odds as early as possible would be a wise bet to make.
The Titans win streak could continue in Week 8 against the Indianapolis Colts where they are 1.5-point favorites.