What are the odds for the Titans to win the Super Bowl?

What are the odds for the Titans to win the Super Bowl?

Following the announcement, BetMGM increased the Titans' odds to +2,500, making them the co-tenth choice alongside six other clubs. BetMGM increased their support for the Falcons from +8,000 to +10,000 (100/1). According to Patrick Eichner of PointsBet USA, the Titans' Super Bowl odds have moved from +3,500 to +3,000. This makes them the tenth favorite out of the twelve teams left in the tournament.

In order to make the Super Bowl, a team has to be ranked either first or second in its conference. The Titans are currently third in the AFC South behind the Texans and Colts. They would need both those teams to lose along with them in order for the game to be guaranteed. The last time this happened was 2014 when the Broncos were ranked first in their division and lost three of their final four games including the playoffs before being defeated by the Seahawks.

The Titans have never made it past the first round of the NFL Playoffs but they do come into this season as one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl. If they were to get there, they would be facing the Patriots in Atlanta. New England has been dominating football recently going 16-0 during the regular season so this would be a tough out for any team.

What are the odds for Tennessee to win the Super Bowl?

Odds for Tennessee vs. Super Bowl 56: +2800.

The best chance that anyone outside of Tennessee will see a Super Bowl game is 2800-1, so put that number in your watch or on your phone and move on. The Titans have never made it past the first round of the NFL playoffs and this year is no different. They're currently ranked 24th by Vegas with odds of +2805 against them winning the Super Bowl.

It's not very good news for Tennessee fans who want to see their team play in one. The last time they made it to the Super Bowl was 2000 when Houston beat Tennessee 34-7 for their only championship. Since then, nothing great has happened except for Vince Young being voted MVP after throwing for 3,718 yards and 26 touchdowns against 11 interceptions.

Young is at the center of everything bad about this team. He's been suspended four times and had his contract terminated by the organization after he spent the weekend in jail for an alleged domestic violence incident involving his girlfriend.

There's also a lot of drama between Young and Matt Hasselbeck, the quarterback they signed this offseason from Seattle.

What are the Ravens' odds of winning the Super Bowl?

Odds for Super Bowl 56

Baltimore Ravens+140014/1
San Francisco 49ers+140014/1
Cleveland Browns+160016/1
Green Bay Packers+160016/1

What are the chances of the Ravens beating the Titans?

Odds and spread for the Baltimore Ravens According to BetMGM, Baltimore was a 3.5-point favorite over the Titans as of Saturday morning. The total is 54.5 points. The Ravens are -175 to win outright, while the Titans are +150. If you were to bet $100 on each team, that would be $275 worth of football money that could go toward something else. In other words, this game has no real value as far as I can tell.

The Ravens are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games following an ATS loss. They're 4-1 ATS this season when playing on turf. Tennessee is 1-4 ATS this season when playing at home and 0-3 ATS when playing on turf. The total is 4-0-1 ATS in these teams' history.

In fact, the Ravens are 11-6 ATS when they're underdogs of 3 or more points. They're 2-7 ATS when they're favorites of 3 or more points. The Titans are also 14-8 ATS when playing on turf and 9-3 ATS when playing on grass.

Finally, the total is 7-2-1 ATS in recent games between these two teams. Both have been relatively even offensively in recent matchups, so I'd give the edge to Baltimore on D this time around.

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