Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds 2023

The current Tennessee Titans Super Bowl odds are . The Tennessee Titans had an unexpected end to their 2021 NFL playoff run after being the #1 AFC seed losing to the underdog, the Cincinnati Bengals. The loss shocked the country as the Titans were in a great position to make it to the AFC Championship game and even the Super Bowl. Since then, the Titans have been working to reconstruct their team to have the same success again. With all of the movement and changes to the depth chart, the team stands in a similar position to last season. The Tennessee Titans’ Super Bowl Odds have not moved from +3500 despite the improvements made to the passing game. The Titans need to prove that their diversified offense will hold up and move them in favor in a very competitive league this season.

Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2022-2023

The oddsmakers have the Titans in a two horse race with the Indianapolis Colts for the AFC South crown. The Titans owned the Colts last year behind opportunistic defensive play and a strong rushing offense. If they’re able to replicate this attack in their 2022-2023 campaign, they’ll have a good shot to repeat.

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Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds Analysis

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The Tennessee Titans were one of the top competitors in the 2021 NFL season. They ended their regular season with an AFC South Division Title and the #1 overall spot in the AFC, clenching the bye week. Unfortunately, the team was unable to successfully move on, bringing their season to a halt. The Titans made it through the latter half of the season without their star player, Derrick Henry. Henry is one of the most aggressive running backs in the league, which carries this team. During the regular season, Henry only played eight games and racked up 937 rushing yards and ten touchdowns. He walked away with the 9th most yards and 6th most touchdowns as a running back, only playing half of a season. If Henry can return to his full health for this season, the Titans will have no problem advancing through the ranks in the AFC South.

Even though the rush game looks set, the passing game needs to be improved. Last season, the Titans did very well with their quarterback Ryan Tannehill, but he had a mid-tier performance. He threw for 3,734 yards and had a 67% completion rate. The Titans are comfortable with Tannehill due to his experience in the league. Still, they drafted Malik Willis out of Liberty University to see if there is potential for a new QB star. Willis is young but had an outstanding college performance that stood out above top college football programs. The Titans have said that they plan on starting Tannehill and will keep Willis in training to watch him grow confidence and skill as a new NFL QB.


 

Reasons Why the Tennessee Titans Can and Can’t Win the Super Bowl

Strengths

  • If Derrick Henry stays healthy this rushing offense will remain a force to be reckoned with
  • Mike Vrabel seemingly gets the most out of this team every year
  • Their linebacking core is strong

Weaknesses

  • The loss of Antonio Brown leaves some gaps in this receiving core
  • Their offensive line is average at best
  • The secondary defensive looks slightly underdeveloped
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