Tennessee Titans’ Toughest Stretch of 2024 NFL Season

Tennessee Titans’ Toughest Stretch of 2024 NFL Season
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Now that the NFL regular season schedule is out for the year ahead, it’s worth wondering where clubs like the Tennessee Titans will go on the field, from their Week 1 showdown with the Chicago Bears to their regular season finale at home against the Houston Texans on Jan. 5.  

This year’s Titans squad is looking to return to the playoffs after a two-year hiatus, going 6-11 in 2023 and 7-10 in 2022 after making the postseason in three straight seasons between 2019 and 2021.  

Now, with Brian Callahan taking over for Mike Vrabel in Nashville, it looks like 2024 could be a year to forget for Titans fans, with oddsmakers at Bet365 Tennessee giving the franchise a preseason win total over/under of 6.5 with +425 odds of making the playoffs (to -650 that they miss out entirely). 

Utilizing a point system and our Tennessee sports betting mindset, BetTennessee.com found the hardest three-game stretch of the Tennessee Titans’ schedule for 2024-25 NFL regular season.  
Points were given for the following:  

1 pt – Divisional Opponent 
1 pt – Road Game 
1 pt – Primetime Game (TNF, SNF, MNF)   
2 pt – Short Week  
2 pt – Team #11-20 on ESPN’s NFL Power Rankings  
3 pt – Team #1-10 on ESPN’s NFL Power Rankings

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Hardest Stretch of Tennessee Titans’ 2024 Regular Season





at Indianapolis Colts 


at Jacksonville Jaguars 


vs. Houston Texans 

What’s The Titans’ Toughest Stretch In 2024?

Based on our criteria, it looks like Weeks 16-18 could be a make-or-break stretch for Callahan’s bunch, with games against the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars on the road before coming home to play the Houston Texans at home.  

Given that the Titans open the year with games against the Bears and Dolphins on the road with clashes against the Jets and Packers at home before their Week 5 bye week, it’s not out of the question that Tennessee’s postseason dreams could come crashing down with a bad showing against that trio of divisional foes late in the year.  

For now, members of the Titans’ 2024 team will look to get into good position in the offseason to hit the ground running so Tennessee can emerge unscathed from their early season showdowns against Chicago and New York in the opening weeks of the NFL regular season.  

From there, it’ll come down to how well this year’s roster gels with Callahan’s coaching staff, as Tennessee looks to turn the corner as a franchise after an uncharacteristically disappointing stretch in 2022 and 2023 in the Music City. 

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Christopher Boan writes for BetTennessee.com and has been covering sports and sports betting for more than seven years, with experience at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.