Titans Nissan Stadium Top 5 For Betting The Over

Titans Nissan Stadium Top 5 For Betting The Over
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With the draft behind us and mini-camps over, the Tennessee Titan’s 2023 season is beginning to take shape. Around this time of year, bettors start paying closer attention to all the latest news in the hope of finding  an edge to cash in at one of the Tennessee sportsbooks.

One unique angle to consider is how point total bets break down by venue. Are games in some stadiums more likely to hit the Over?

To find out, BetTennessee took a look back at every single NFL Over/Under result  from the past decade via SportsOddHistory.com. This data includes all regular season games and Super Bowls hosted at each stadium.

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Top NFL Stadiums for the Over Since 2013

Check it out below and see where, Nissan Stadium, home of the Titans, ranks.

Rank Stadium Over Percentage Total Over Record
1. Ford Field (Lions) 59.15% 48-33-1
2.Caesars Superdome (Saints) 55.29% 47-38
3.AT&T Stadium (Cowboys) 54.71% 46-38-1
4.Nissan Stadium (Titans) 53.75% 43-37
5.New Era Stadium (Bills) 53.41% 43-39-1
6.US Bank Stadium (Vikings) 53.33% 32-28
7.Paycor Stadium (Bengals) 53.01% 43-38-1
8.Hard Rock Stadium (Dolphins) 51.88% 41-38-1
9.Gillette Stadium (Patriots) 51.65% 47-44
10.Acrisure Stadium (Steelers) 51.2% 42-40-1

Note: We instituted a five-year minimum in the research, excluding Allegiant Stadium and SoFi Stadium from the list.

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Titans Nissan Stadium Hits the Over 53.41% of the Time

The Detroit Lions'  home turf, Ford Field, has seen the most Overs hit since 2013. Cursed with a string of bottom-half defenses for most of the past decade, Lions fans have seen a lot of touchdowns scored in their home stadium — unfortunately, most of them have been by the opposing team.

Two more domes rank at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively - the Saints' Superdome, and AT&T Stadium, AKA “Jerry World,” a nickname coined after Billionaire Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones ran the bill for the mostly tax-payer-funded stadium all the way up to $1.3 billion.

Ranked fourth is Nissan Stadium in Nashville. The home of the Tennessee Titans has seen the point total go Over at a 53.41% clip since 2013. Will the over rate improve the Titans Super Bowl odds heading into this season?

Tennessee’s NFL franchise has had its up-and-downs throughout the past 10 years. After dwindling near the bottom of the league during the Ken Wisenhunt/Mike Mularkey years, the Titans began their turnaround in 2018 when Mike Vrabel stepped on the sideline. Notwithstanding a disappointing 7-10 season in 2022, Vrabel has led the Titans to the post-season three times since becoming head coach — boasting a 58.1% win record.

But the defensive-minded head coach’s tenure has also coincided with more Unders at Nissan Stadium. In Vrabel-coached home games, the over hit rate is down to 47.6%. This shows the importance of double-checking any betting trends you see before laying down any money on FanDuel Tennessee or any of your other favorite apps.

Since it opened its doors in 1999, Steve McNair is the career passing leader at Nissan, throwing for 11,003 yards and 71 touchdowns. With 231 passes for 3,175, Derrick Mason is the top receiver in stadium history.

Former Titans RB Chris Johnson, who ran for over 2,000 yards in 2009 alone, is the stadium’s top rusher — but maybe not for much longer. Derrick Henry needs just 84 more rushing yards to top the 4,024 yards Chris Johnson racked up on the ground at Nissan Stadium.

But despite being less than a quarter century old, Nissan Stadium’s days are numbered. Construction on the new indoor facility is expected to be complete in time for the 2027 season, with groundbreaking early next year.

The Titans' new home is budgeted to cost $2.1 billion. But if we’ve learned anything from Jerry World, and every NFL stadium built since then, bet the over on that price tag.

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Jeff Parker is an entertainment writer for BetTennessee.com. A writer for film, television and the internet, Jeff is a life long movie buff, with a Masters Degree in Popular Culture. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he works full time as documentary filmmaker and producer.