Betting Experts Tracking the Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds: July 2024

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Key Takeaways:

  • The Titans Super Bowl odds are +15000, per FanDuel Sportsbook.
  • At +15000, this means the Titans have roughly a 0.7% chance of winning the Super Bowl.
  • Only two teams have the same or longer Super Bowl odds than the Titans - the Patriots and Panthers.

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After a disappointing 6-11 season followed by big changes with both the coaching staff and roster, what are the Titans Super Bowl odds?

I'll be tracking and updating the Titans odds of winning the Super Bowl from the offseason through the regular season across several Tennessee sportsbooks so be sure to bookmark this page for the latest info.

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Titans Super Bowl 59 Odds: July 17, 2024

The Titans Super Bowl odds are +15000, per FanDuel Sportsbook. Currently, the Titans have the second-longest odds to win the Super Bowl. Below you'll find additional futures markets for the Titans which will be continuously updated.

πŸ‘‘ Titans Odds to Win Super Bowl+15000
πŸ† Titans Odds to Win AFC+8000
⭐ Odds to Win AFC South+1000
πŸ”₯ Odds to Make Playoffs+425

No matter how you slice it, oddsmakers are not expecting much from the Titans this season. They have the third-longest playoff odds amongst AFC teams, the third-longest AFC Championship odds, and the longest odds to win the AFC South.

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Latest Updates Impacting Titans Odds to Win Super Bowl

Stay tuned here for news that could impact the Tennessee Titans Super Bowl odds.

  • πŸ—“οΈ May 15: The Tennessee Titans' schedule was revealed. They will kick off their season against the Chicago Bears, and opened as 4.5-point underdogs.
  • πŸ“† April 25-27: The Titans drafted seven players in the 2024 NFL Draft, including OT JC Latham in the first round.
  • πŸ“† March 23: The Titans traded a 2024 7th and 2025 third-round pick for Chiefs' corner L'Jarius Sneed.
  • πŸ“† March 15: It's the end of an era as longtime Titan Derrick Henry will not be rejoining the team as he signs with the Ravens in free agency.
  • πŸ“† March 15: The Titans make a huge splash by landing free agent wide receiver Calvin Ridley. Ridley is signed 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: The Titans hire former Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan to fill the vacant head coach position.
  • πŸ“† January 9: The Titans fire Mike Vrabel after six seasons.

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Tennessee Titans 2024 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
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Tennessee Titans Super Bowl History

The Titans, who started out in 1960 as the Houston Oilers, have played in one Super Bowl in the history of the franchise. They capped the 1999 season, their first as the Tennessee Titans, with a trip to Super Bowl XXXIV where they nearly tied the St. Louis Rams on the final play but came up 1 yard short as linebacker Mike Jones tackled a stretching Kevin Dyson.

Have the Tennessee Titans Ever Won the Super Bowl?

The 1999 Titans made the franchise's only Super Bowl appearance. But a team led by Steve McNair, Eddie George, Bruce Matthews, Frank Wycheck and Jevon Kearse could not break through for the Lombardi trophy despite a valiant comeback. McNair's final pass was to Kevin Dyson short of the end zone, and Mike Jones made a textbook tackle leaving Dyson 1 yard short of a touchdown that, with the extra point, would have tied the game and forced the first overtime in Super Bowl history.

How Many Super Bowls Have the Tennessee Titans Won?

The Titans have never won a Super Bowl, which puts them in a group with the Vikings, Bills, Bengals, Panthers, Falcons, Chargers, Cardinals, Browns, Lions, Texans and Jaguars.

Which Years Did the Tennessee Titans Go to the Super Bowl?

The Titans went to the Super Bowl which capped the 1999 season.

  • 1999-2000, Super Bowl XXXIV, St. Louis Rams, loss, 23-16

The Titans lost to the St. Louis Rams, a team known as the Greatest Show on Turf. Tennessee was already without free safety Marcus Robertson, who was hurt in the AFC Championship Game in Jacksonville and lost strong safety Blaine Bishop along the way. Those absences hurt badly on future Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner's 75-yard touchdown throw to Isaac Bruce that provided the winning margin.

That Rams team also featured three other HGall of Famers: Running back Marshall Fault, left tackle Orlando Pace and coach Dick Vermeil.

Titans Hall of Fame offensive lineman Bruce Matthews made his one Super Bowl appearance, as did Steve McNair, Eddie George, Frank Wycheck, and Jevon Kearse.

How Many Times Have the Tennessee Titans Been to the AFC Championship Game?

The Houston Oilers/ Tennessee Titans have been to the AFC Championship Game five times.

The Oilers famously lost back-to-back title games in Pittsburgh to end their seasons. They lost the 1978-79 Championship Game 34-5 at Three Rivers Stadium and made it back a year later to lose the 1979-80 title matchup 27-13.

The Titans won in Jacksonville, 33-14, in the 1999-2000 Championship Game to earn their one Super Bowl appearance.

Since then they lost to the Raiders in Oakland in 2003-04, by a score of 41-24, and at Kansas City in 2019-20 by a score of 35-24.

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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,, and 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.