Titans Super Bowl 58 Odds: December 1, 2023
The Titans Super Bowl odds are 0.1%, per ESPN BET Tennessee. And keep in mind that Tennessee sports betting promos can potentially boost those odds as well.
|👑 Odds to Win SBLVIII||0.1%|
|🏆 Odds to Win AFC||0.3%|
|⭐ Odds to Win AFC South||0.5%|
|🔥 Odds to Make Playoffs||5.3%|
Under Mike Vrabel, the Tennessee Titans have made the playoffs three times in five seasons, twice as division champions and twice as wild cards. They won the division in 2020 and 2021 but failed to make the playoffs in 2022 as a seven-game losing streak to end the year killed their season.
Sportsbooks like ESPN BET Tennessee give them a super-minimal chance to win the Super Bowl (0.1%), to win the AFC (0.3%) or to win the AFC South title (0.5%). The Tenessee Titans' odds to make the playoffs are 5.3%. Will Levis took over at quarterback for an injured Ryan Tannehill in Week 8 and became just the third player in NFL history to throw for four TDs in his first game, joining Marcus Mariota and Fran Tarkenton. He didn't waver in the face of a tough Steelers pass rush in a Thursday night loss in Pittsburgh and then officially became the starter. He was relatively helpless in Tampa Bay given the pass pressure he faced. He threw two touchdowns in the loss in Jacksonville and got better protection in the win over Carilina.
The Jaguars are the defending AFC South champions. They beat the Tennessee Titans in the season finale in Jacksonville to win the division a year ago and just stayed a game ahead of Houston with a home win over Tennessee. The Titans have four games left in the AFC South, two against Houston, one against Indianapolis and one against Jacksonville. So they can have a bearing on who wins it, but climbing to the top or into a playoff spot seems completely improbable.
Titans Super Bowl Odds vs. AFC South
The Jaguars are the favorites in the AFC South after winning the division last year thanks to a head-to-head Week 18 win over the Tennessee Titans in Jacksonville. The Jaguars are 8-3 and have a 5.9% chance to win the Super Bowl as compared to the Titans' 0.1% chance. Houston is at 1.5 percent and Indianapolis is at 0.9% at various Tennessee sports betting apps.
The other two teams in the division were expected to be among the worst teams in the NFL but the Colts and Texans are better than expected. The Colts have already lost twice to the Jaguars and at 6-5 are in third place with a win over Houston. The Texans, who've split their season series with Jacksonville are 6-5 and play at Indianapolis in the season finale.
Tennessee Titans Week-by-Week Super Bowl Odds
The Titans headed into the regular season with a 1.2% chance of winning the Super Bowl. We will update the movement of their odds each week based on their results.
- Week 1: +8000
- Week 2: +10000
- Week 3: +7500
- Week 4: +7500
- Week 5: +7000
- Week 6: +8000
- Week 7: +9000
- Week 8: +13000
- Week 9: +13000
- Week 10: + 25000
- Week 11: +25000
- Week 12: +50000
- Week 13: +80000
Latest Updates Impacting Titans Odds to Win SB LVIII
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- 📆 November 26: After a three-game road swing during which they lost three games, the Titans beat the Panthers at home, 17-10 to get to 4-7. The Titans are 4-0 at Nissan Stadium, 0-7 on the road and 0-1 in London where they lost to the Ravens in a "home game."
- 📆 November 14: The Titans might have made a late charge with five of their six AFC South games in their last eight games. But at Jacksonville on Nov. 19th, they got hammered 34-14 and showed no indications they could turn things around as they fell to 3-7.
- 📆 November 14: The Titans fail to score a TD against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, losing 20-6.
- 📆 November 7: With Ryan Tannehill ready to return to action, Mike Vrabel named Will Levis the Titans starting quarterback.
- 📆 October 30: The injured Ryan Tannehill (ankle) couldn't play vs. Atlanta Week 8, and Will Levis was great in his debut, throwing four TD passes including three bombs. Levis is in line to start again in Pittsburgh on Thursday Night Football to kick off Week 9.
- 📆 October 22: The Titans traded two-time All-Pro safety Kevin Byard to the Eagles for fifth and sixth-round draft picks and safety Terrell Edmunds.
- 📆 October 15: The Titans played badly in London and lost to the Ravens to fall to 2-4. Ryan Tannehill suffered a right ankle injury and tried to continue to play but couldn't and was replaced by Malik Willis who was sacked four times in short order. Tannehill's status for after the Titans Week 7 bye is unknown.
- 📆 October 8: The Titans are an up-and-down team. In Indianapolis, they let the Colts run all over them, with Zack Moss accounting for 165 yards and two scores while the team amassed 193 rushing yards. Tennessee repeatedly stalled in the red zone, settled for three Nick Folk field goals en route to a 23-16 loss.
- 📆 October 1: Tennessee showed what it is capable of in a 27-3 win over the Bengals in Nashville. The offense showed a great balance that mixed 122 yards of Derrick Henry rushing and big-play passes from Ryan Tannehill. The defense hounded a limited Joe Burrow (calf injury) and allowed a field goal at the start and nothing more. The Titans came out of Week Four at 2-2.
- 📆 September 24: The Titans gained 94 yards in a 27-3 loss in Cleveland, the fewest yards for the franchise in a game since a Houston Oilers loss to Dallas on Nov. 24, 1974. The pass protection was horrible, giving Ryan Tannehill no real chance and the run game managed 1.7 yards per carry. The Titans are 1-2 heading into their Week Four matchup against Cincinnati in Nashville. Rookie left guard Peter Skoronski missed his second consecutive game after an appendectomy and it's unknown when he will be able to return. Dillon Radunz started in his place.
- 📆 September 17: Ryan Tannehill bounced back from a terrible performance in the season opener and led the Titans' offense to its best scoring output Since Nov. 17, 2022. That was the last time Tennessee won a game. The Titans ended an eight-game losing streak with a 27-24 overtime win over the Chargers in Week 2. The defense forced Los Angeles to kick a game-tying field goal at the end of regulation rather than move to a winning touchdown, and in OT the D forced a quick L.A. three-and-out. Left guard Peter Skoronski missed the Chargers game after an apparent appendectomy and seems likely to miss another game or two. Corner Kristian Fulton and safety Amani Hooker were also out.
- 📆 September 10: Ryan Tannehill played the worst game of his career in the Titans' 16-15 loss at New Orleans. He threw three interceptions and missed open receivers on two plays that would have been touchdowns. DeAndre Hopkins was targeted a game-high 13 times in the season-opener at New Orleans but only had seven catches for 65 yards and was the intended receiver on two interceptions.
- 📆 August 19: Kyle Philips suffered an MCL knee injury on a punt return in the preseason game against the Vikings and could miss about six weeks. He is the primary slot receiver.
- 📆 August 16: Receiver Treylon Burks, the starter opposite DeAndre Hopkins and a player the Titans are counting on for big second-year growth, suffered a sprained LCL in his left knee during joint practice against the Vikings. Estimates are he will be out for four to six weeks
- 📆 August 12: Inside linebacker Monty Rice only played nine snaps in the preseason opener and then did not play in the second game when Mike Vrabel said Rice was unavailable. Rice seems to have lost a starting spot to Jack Gibbens. Could the former third-rounder's roster spot be in jeopardy?
- 📆 July 24: Titans sign star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins
- 📆 April 27-29: Tennessee added six players in the 2023 NFL Draft, all on offense, including Northwestern offensive lineman Peter Skoronski in the first round and Kentucky QB Will Levis in the second round.
- 📆 February 7: The Titans promoted passing game coordinator Tim Kelly to offensive coordinator.
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Tennessee Titans 2023 Schedule and Betting Lines
The Titans have not shown any consistency this season with up-and-down. They've scored four touchdowns in six road losses.
They were the home team in Week 6, but the home field was Tottenham Stadium in London as the Tennessee Titans took a turn as a host in the NFL's International Series. Once again they scored only 16 points in a bad loss, this one to the Ravens.
Week 11 was the first of the two games between the teams that came into the season expected to be the AFC South's two best, the Jaguars and Titans. Mike Vrabel and Doug Pederson came into the season as arguably the division's two best coaches. "Jacksonville is a better football team," Vrabel said the day after the game. "They're better coached and they have a better team right now."
Key Contributors Toward Titans Super Bowl Odds
The Tennessee Titans front four of Jeffery Simmons and Denico Autry inside with Arden Key and Harold Landry outside were expected to key the whole team. When those four -- with Autry, Key and Landry able to bounce all over and create favorable matchups -- can create pressure on their own, the Titans' defense can be pretty good. But it has not happened.
The run-based offense is supposed to be keyed around Derrick Henry getting a lot of touches, but it's not happening with any regularity. They are still figuring out how to deploy speedy rookie Tyjae Spears. Henry is a bruiser who takes a little time to get up to speed, while Spears is at top speed almost immediately. Henry was great against the Bengals with 122 yards on 22 carries with a touchdown, and he had a strong game against the Falcons but that's been an exception, not the rule. He's averaging 16.8 carries and 66.3 yards a game.
Ryan Tannehill had a bad line, shaky weapons and a poor coordinator last season, plus he missed five games with an ankle injury. He showed mastery of the new offense in training camp practices and the Titans seemed to address most areas of concern, especially by adding DeAndre Hopkins. But the offensive line is insufficient and it seemed inevitable Tannehill would get hurt as he did in Week 6's loss to the Ravens in London. Will Levis' first start was excellent, his second was good enough and before Week 10 in Tampa Bay, Mike Vrabel named Levis the starter. The whole offense struggled in Week 10's loss in Tampa Bay and in Week 11's defeat in Jacksonville. The Tennessee Titans only scored 17 points in Week 12 against Carolina, but it was enough for their fourth win of the season.
Where Can I Bet on the Tennessee Titans to Win the Super Bowl?
You can bet on the Titans to win the Super Bowl at ESPN BET, BetMGM, Caesars, FanDuel, DraftKings and ZenSports. Betting is legal in Tennessee and those books all have accessible apps.
Popular Types of Sports Betting on Titans Odds
You can bet on the Titans to make or miss the playoffs, to win the Super Bowl, to win the AFC or to win the AFC South.
At ESPN BET, you can bet the Titans to win six games at +225, five games at +250 or seven wins at +350. You can also bet on Will Levis to win offensive rookie of the year at +6600.
You can also find props for each game.
Here are some of the most popular types of bets you can place on the Titans.
Super Bowl Futures Place a bet now on a team to win the Super Bowl and you're locked in at those odds all the way through. So if you bet $100 on the Titans right now at FanDuel with +80000 odds (0.1% chance) and they went on to win the Super Bowl, you'd win $80000. Tennessee Titans' odds are +80000 to win the Super Bowl.
Prop Bets When the Super Bowl comes around there will be a slew of prop bets: Is the coin toss heads or tails? Who's the game's MVP? Which punter hits more punts? Does the AFC team's quarterback top 300-yard passing? Which kicker hits the longer field goal? You will be able to spend a lot of time sorting through them all to choose the ones you like.The Super Bowl is extremely popular thanks to a slew of prop bets: Is the coin toss heads or tails? Who's the game's MVP? Which punter hits more punts? Does the AFC team's quarterback top 300-yard passing? Which kicker hits the longer field goal? You will be able to spend a lot of time sorting through them all to choose the ones you like.
Point Spread A point spread is intended to even out a bet. Last year, Kansas City was favored by 2 points. That meant if you took the Chiefs +2, they needed to win by more than 2 points for you to win the bet. If the Eagles won or lost by 1 or 2 points a bet on the Chiefs +2 would have lost the bet. Kansas City beat Philadelphia 38-35, so you're bet would have paid off.
Live Betting Live betting allows you to follow moving odds and place a bet when you find things to be most favorable. If you really like Team A to win the game and Team B jumps out to a 10 lead, the odds for Team A will be better and your payout will be more if you bet on Team A while it is trailing by 10 points. Prop bets that adjust as the game goes on are also available, and that list is long during the Super Bowl.
Bonus Bets A bonus bet is a free bet from a sportsbook. Losing won't cost you anything, and winning will be paid out in credit on their app or site. Such bets are very popular for the Super Bowl.
Tennessee Titans Super Bowl 58 Outlook and Predictions
The Tennessee Titans odds make them a big playoff longshot, ranking 14th in the AFC field of 16 teams. The Titans have been a very injured team over the last two seasons, and while they did amazing work at plugging guys in during 2021, in 2022 it was a big problem during a season-ending seven-game losing streak that meant no playoff berth. They are not having that kind of plug-and-play success now either, as the framework isn't in place for fringe guys to step in a play narrow roles effectively. They've got a bad offensive line to start and have lost Nicholas Petit-Frere (shoulder), likely for the season, and now have also lost right tackle Chris Hubbard (elbow).
The 2022 team lacks depth. They saw Kyle Philips go down with a knee injury in the preseason that cost him the first four games of the season. He returned for Week 5 in Indianapolis. Peter Skoronski (appendix) missed three games before returning for the Colts. Treylon Burks (knee) missed three games until he returned against Atlanta and didn't have a catch. In Pittsburgh, he suffered a concussion and he has not played since that Nov. 2 game. Teair Tart (toe) missed two games. Right tackle Nicholas Petit-Frere missed the first four games with a gambling suspension and played poorly in Week 6 when he got a chance at left tackle. Nevertheless, he started at left tackle against Atlanta in Week 8 and moved across the line to right tackle when Chris Hubbard suffered a concussion, with Andre Dillard coming in at left tackle. Petit-Frere had shoulder surgery and is unlikely to play against this season. Sean Murphy Bunting only played a series against the Steelers and was out in Tampa Bay and Jacksonville with a thumb injury. Chris Hubbard (elbow) is now probably also finished for the season.
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.
Titans Preseason Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000
The chart below lists the Tennessee Titans preseason Super Bowl odds every year since 2000.
The Tennessee Titans odds to win the Super Bowl this year are longer than at any time under the five-year direction of coach Mike Vrabel.
This year’s Titans have made comprehensive changes to the organization from top down. January saw the installment of Ran Carthon as the team's new general manager. Soon after Carthon’s hiring came the news that passing game coordinator Tim Kelly had assumed the role of offensive coordinator.
A new team culture, a refashioned offense with a new coordinator, the infusion of six top draft choices and incoming free agents makes the Titans a team that may experience significant chemistry challenges early this football season which is why they have longer Super Bowl odds than years past.
We’ve prepared a separate article on the Titans playoff chances for the upcoming season where we’ll track all developments and how those may affect the Titans playoff odds.
Tennessee Titans Super Bowl FAQs
FanDuel says the Tennessee Titans odds to win the Super Bowl are just 0.1%, with +80000 odds.
FanDuel says the Tennessee Titans odds of winning the AFC are just 0.3%, with +20000 odds.
FanDuel gives the Titans a 0.5% chance of winning the AFC South.
BetMGM, Caesars, FanDuel, DraftKings and ZenSports
The Tennessee Titans have never won a Super Bowl. They appeared in Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000, which was a heartbreaking loss to the St. Louis Rams when they were stopped at the one-yard line on the game’s final play. Sport is cruel.
The Tennessee Titans have appeared in one Super Bowl. It was the 1999 NFL season and they lost Super bowl XXXIV 23-16 to the St. Louis Rams.
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.