Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds 2022

Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds 2022

The Titans have been one of the most exciting teams in the NFL over the past two years since acquiring quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Tennessee’s offense was unstoppable last year as they scored the fourth-most points and compiled the second-most yards in the league. However, after making a Conference Championship run in 2019, the Titans fell to the Ravens in the Wild Card round last year. With Derrick Henry, A.J. Brown, and Julio Jones leading an electric offensive attack and a defense with some new pieces, Tennessee did an excellent job addressing some of its most extensive needs over the offseason and is reloaded for a hopeful dark horse Super Bowl bid in the AFC.

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Divisional Round: Cincinnati Bengals

Since the Titans were locked in for the number one seed in the AFC, they get to bring the battle to Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. Their first opponent is the young team of the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals are made up of a group of very young and very talented players such as Joe Burrow, Ja’Marr Chase, and even Joe Mixon. The three make up some powerful combinations that have been the main reason the team has won their first playoff game since 1991. The Titans have their own set of talent on their team that has trumped through the league. Their prominent star, Derrick Henry, is making his first appearance back to the field after being absent since October. Henry maintained the 9th best running back stats in the league even with missing half of the season. The Bengals have the number five best rush defense in the league, but that will be no match for the incomparable Henry if they decide to unleash his full potential in his first game back. However, the Titans have a struggling pass defense that can showcase a weak spot for Joe Borrow to take advantage of. As long as the Titans apply appropriate pressure on Burrow and double cover Ja’Marr Chase, the Titans should be able to advance onto the AFC Championship game.

AFC Championship: Buffalo Bills / Kansas City Chiefs

The matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs should also be a close game leading to an exciting finish. If the Titans can make it past the Bengals, they will have to prove themselves against some of the best offenses and defenses in the league. The Tennessee team has already met both of these teams in the regular season and swept through with a 27-3 win against the Chiefs and a close 34-31 victory against the Bills. Now that they have Derrick Henry back on the field, the Titans should have no problem repeating their successes once again. The Titans have some of the most competitive football we’ve seen in years, even with their shocking losses to teams like the New York Jets and the Houston Texans. Ryan Tannehill can take advantage of a sloppy Chiefs secondary, while Derrick Henry can light up the shaky rush defense of the Bills. As long as they can follow the same path they have all season, I see no problem for the Titans to advance to the 2021 NFL Super Bowl.

Super Bowl: Tampa Bay Buccaneers / Green Bay Packers / Los Angeles Rams / San Francisco 49ers

If the Titans are able to make it past their first two playoff games, they will be in the Super Bowl for the first time since 1999. The NFC is having some heavy competition for their spot in the NFC Championship in the next few weeks, so their contender is still up in the air. They’ve been able to beat the Los Angeles Rams 28-16 and the San Francisco 49ers 20-17 in the regular season but have yet to meet the mighty Buccaneers or the Packers. No matter what team the Titans are forced to meet, they’ll make their name known and give themselves a solid chance of winning their first Super Bowl trophy. I like the play of the Titans and think they are one of the best contenders in this league and have a very strong argument for taking the Lombardi trophy home to Tennessee this year.

Maggie is currently a political science major at the University of Oklahoma. She wants to pursue a Masters Degree in Sports Management in her future. She has been an active participant in Fantasy Football since the age of 14 with an impressive winning record. Maggie will show you the right projections to make your best bets.

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