Few NFL wideouts have achieved the level of continued success that Tennessee Titans’ veteran DeAndre Hopkins has in his decade-long career. He's helped plenty in the betting world and will look to continue the trend for Tennessee sportsbooks.
The 11th year wideout out of Clemson has done it all, from hauling in touchdowns galore (with 71 to his name so far) to eclipsing 1,000 yards six times in his first decade in the league.
The one thing that Hopkins has yet to do, despite his generational talents on the gridirons of the NFL, is hoist the Vince Lombardi trophy.
Thanks to playing for a pair of playoff afterthoughts, in the Houston Texans and Arizona Cardinals, Hopkins’ postseason experience is slim at best — with six playoff games to his name (compared with his 145 regular season appearances). That said, he's expected to be a key player in increasing the Titans playoff chances this season.
Best 30+ Year Old Players Without A Super Bowl Win
BetTennessee.com utilized ProFootballReference.com to look at the best players 30 years old+ currently active in the NFL that have never won a Super Bowl in their career to this point.
By utilizing their Hall of Fame monitor, we were able to determine the most deserving players to win the 2024 Super Bowl. Below are some numbers you won't find on Tennessee betting apps.
Where Hopkins Ranks Among NFL’s Best Over 30 Without A Title
Hopkins has the 10th highest Hall of Fame rating of any NFL player above the age of 30, coming in at 59.84 overall.
The 31-year-old South Carolina native ranked behind Trent Williams of the San Francisco 49ers (61.45 HOF rating) leaguewide, while free agent wideout Julio Jones (107.77 HOF rating), L.A. Chargers linebacker Khalil Mack (89.85 HOF rating) and Dallas Cowboys offensive guard Zack Martin (88.68 HOF rating) led the way leaguewide.
As for the year ahead, Hopkins’ odds of winning it all with Tennessee aren’t looking great, with the Titans listed on BetMGM Sportsbook Tennessee at +8000 to win it all this year (ranking in a tie with the Rams and Patriots for 23rd overall).
Regardless of the Titans Super Bowl odds, Hopkins will look to get back on the right side of the 1,000-yard marker in 2023, beginning with the team’s opener against the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 10 in the Big Easy.