Tennessee Titans Playoff Chances: Tracking the Titans Playoff Picture

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Key Takeaways:

  • πŸ“Š The Titans have a 19% chance to make the playoffs this season, per DraftKings Sportsbook.
  • πŸ“‰ Currently, only four teams have longer playoff odds than the Titans.
  • 🏈 The last time the Titans made the playoffs was the 2021-2022 season.

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Following a disappointing 6-11 season, oddsmakers aren't buying into a bounceback season for Tennessee. As it stands today, DraftKings Sportsbook gives the Titans a 19% chance to make the playoffs. For reference, only two AFC teams (Patriots and Broncos) have longer playoff odds.

The Titans' playoff chances will surely fluctuate over the next several months so be sure to bookmark this page for the latest playoff chances and odds that are available from Tennessee sportsbooks

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What Are the Titans Playoff Chances?

Several sportsbooks have started posting NFL futures ahead of the 2024 season. The table below features odds from FanDuel Sportsbook Tennessee but we recommend checking multiple betting sites prior to placing a wager to make sure you're getting the best potential payout.

⭐ Titans chances to make playoffs19% (+425)
πŸ”₯ Titans chances to win AFC South9.1% (+1000)
πŸ† Titans chances to win AFC1.23% (+8000)
πŸ‘‘ Titans chances to win Super Bowl0.7% (+15000)
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As long as there are odds attached to a Titans' betting market, you can convert those odds to an implied probability. From there, you can clearly see how oddsmakers view each team’s chances of making the playoffs and winning the Super Bowl. In the Titans’ case, their current +15000 odds of winning the Super Bowl convert to a 0.7% implied probability, the second-lowest in the NFL.

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Tennessee Titans Schedule and Betting Lines

πŸ“† Week 1 at Chicago BearsTEN +4.5, ML +180
πŸ“† Week 2 vs. New York JetsTEN +4, ML +154
πŸ“† Week 3 vs. Green Bay PackersTEN +3.5, ML +154
πŸ“† Week 4 at Miami DolphinsTEN +6.5, ML +220
πŸ“† Week 5BYE
πŸ“† Week 6 vs. Indianapolis ColtsTEN +1.5, ML +105
πŸ“† Week 7 at Buffalo BillsTEN +7, ML +270
πŸ“† Week 8 at Detroit LionsTEN +7, ML +250
πŸ“† Week 9 vs. New England PatriotsTEN -2.5, ML -142
πŸ“† Week 10 at Los Angeles ChargersTEN +4, ML +160
πŸ“† Week 11 vs. Minnesota VikingsTEN +1, ML -105
πŸ“† Week 12 at Houston TexansTEN +5.5, ML +180
πŸ“† Week 13 at Washington CommandersTEN +1.5, ML +102
πŸ“† Week 14 vs. Jacksonville JaguarsTEN +2, ML +110
πŸ“† Week 15 vs. Cincinnati BengalsTEN +4.5, ML +170
πŸ“† Week 16 at Indianapolis ColtsTEN +3.5, ML +145
πŸ“† Week 17 at Jacksonville JaguarsTEN +4, ML +160
πŸ“† Week 18 vs. Houston TexansTEN +3, ML +130

Tennessee Titans Playoff Chances: Key Updates July 2024

The Titans offseason has been one of turnover and upheaval through the first few months. I'll be keeping track of the most important updates as they pertain to the Titans' playoff chances.

  • πŸ—“οΈ May 15: The Tennessee Titans' schedule was revealed, and they will start the season against the Chicago Bears. The Titans opened as 4.5-point underdogs.
  • πŸ“† April 25-27: The Titans select seven players in the 2024 NFL Draft, including OT JC Latham in the first round.
  • πŸ“† March 23: The Titans trade a 2025 third and 2024 7th-round pick to acquire cornerback L'Jarius Sneed from the Chiefs. Sneed is also signed to a four-year extension.
  • πŸ“† March 15: Derrick Henry's time with the Titans officially comes to the end as the running back signs with the Baltimore Ravens.
  • πŸ“† March 15: The Titans sign free agent wide receiver Calvin Ridley to a 4-year, $92 million contract with $50 million guaranteed. The team also signed offensive lineman Saahdiq Charles and quarterback Mason Rudolph. OL Andre Dillard is released.
  • πŸ“† March 14: Former Cowboys running back Tony Pollard signs with the Titans. Tennessee also adds linebacker Kenneth Murray Jr., cornerback Chidobe Awuzie, and offensive lineman Lloyd Cushenberry.
  • πŸ“† February 5: The Titans announce the hiring of Nick Holz as offensive coordinator and Dennard Wilson as defensive coordinator.
  • πŸ“† January 24: Brian Callahan is announced as the team's next head coach. Callahan had been the Bengals' offensive coordinator for the past five seasons.
  • πŸ“† January 9: Head coach Mike Vrabel is fired after back-to-back losing seasons.

Key Contributors Toward Titans Playoff Chances

If the Titans are going to make a push for the playoffs this year, they'll need second-year quarterback Will Levis to take a big step forward. Levis showed flashes of promise early on but was plagued by inconsistent play as the season progressed. This also means head coach Brian Callahan will need to prove his worth and create an offensive environment in which Levis can thrive. The additions of Calvin Ridley and Tony Pollard to join DeAndre Hopkins and Tyjae Spears is a solid start to surround the young QB with weapons.

Once a strength of this team, the offensive line has slowly been falling apart through the past few seasons. The Titans will need to build this unit back up as well with the help of offensive line coach Bill Callahan, head coach Callahan's father.

Defensively, L'Jarius Sneed was a huge get in free agency as the secondary has struggled mightily for several seasons. Chidobe Awuzie will provide another strong starting option to help improve their passing defense.

Where Can I Bet on the Tennessee Titans to Make the Playoffs?

It's easy to bet on the Titans to make the playoffs at several Tennessee betting apps such as BetMGM, Caesars, FanDuel, and ZenSports. With the start of the 2024 NFL season still months away, some sportsbooks have yet to post playoff markets, so you may have to check out multiple betting sites to be able to wager on the Titans chances of making the playoffs.

Looking Ahead: Titans Playoff Picture

With the firing of Mike Vrabel and the losses of Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry, the Titans front office has officially signaled they are resetting the direction of the franchise. Betting markets and oddsmakers see this as a rebuilding year as the Titans have some of the longest playoff odds across the entire NFL.

Do the Titans Have a Chance to Make the Playoffs?

Yes, the Titans have a chance to make the playoffs as the season has yet to begin. While the Titans' playoff odds don't paint a positive picture, we see surprise performances every year in the NFL. If Will Levis can take a step forward and HC Callahan can get the offense clicking, Tennessee could sneak in as a wild-card team.

Are the Titans Out of Playoffs?

No, the Titans aren't out of the playoffs being that the season hasn't even started. We typically won't see teams officially eliminated from playoff contention until much later in the year.

Tennessee Titans Postseason Outlook and Predictions

As things stand today, it is difficult to view the Tennessee Titans as a true playoff contender. There has been too much turnover and despite the offseason additions, there are many questions surrounding the roster. The offensive line is a work in progress and the defense still has to prove it can gel together as a cohesive unit. While Brian Callahan had success as an offensive coordinator in Cincinnati, it still remains to be seen if he'll have success as a head coach. 

The 2024 season is likely going to be a rebuilding and reevaluating type of year for the Titans as they'll see if Will Levis can be the future at quarterback and what the new coaching staff is capable of.

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Paul Kuharsky

BetTennessee NFL betting expert Paul Kuharsky is an award-winning newspaper and online writer. Paul has covered the NFL since 1995 and the Oilers-Titans since 1996 for The Oakland Tribune, The Tennessean, ESPN.com, and PaulKuharsky.com. He’s been a regular presence on Nashville radio for 15 years. He’s got two degrees from Columbia University and lives outside Nashville with his wife and son, a 13-year-old baseball player.