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The Tennessee Titans are based in Nashville, TN, and compete in the American Football Conference (AFC) South division. They are the current defending champions of the AFC South Division, as well. The franchise was previously based in Houston, TX, playing as the Houston Oilers. Bud Adams established it in 1959, and Adams remained the owner until he died in 2013. The team then relocated to Nashville and rebranded itself as the Tennessee Titans.
As the Houston Oilers, the Titans won four Division Championships and two American Football League (AFL) Championships while still located in Houston and then became part of the NFL through the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. They relocated to Nashville and initially played their home games at the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium and the Vanderbilt Stadium (one season at each from 1997-1998) until the completion of Nissan Stadium, their current home.
The Titans have won 10 Division Titles since their inception, six since relocating to Tennessee. They have also been a regular in the playoffs, making it to nine playoffs since the relocation. They have only had a single appearance in a Super Bowl, which goes back to the 1999 season, in which they lost 23-16 to the St. Louis Rams. The Titans couldn’t have been closer, as Kevin Dyson was tackled at the one yard line as time expired.
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The Titans' starting QB has put up these numbers so far this season. Check them out as they could help you when it comes to NFL player props:
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Since their inception, the Titans have endured a rollercoaster ride, never really consistently sitting anywhere on the charts and being somewhat of a surprise team in terms of performances. They had a decent start in the 1960's era but declined for two decades between 1970 and 1990 before starting to find more success. However, whenever you are placing bets on Titans games on your favorite NFL betting site, a great thing to do is study the individual statistics of the Titans, such as player parlays, TD scorers, and QB props, which give you an edge in making better betting decisions.
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Running Back Stats
If you need to know how well the Titans' running backs are doing this season, to help you with NFL picks, their numbers can be found here:
Staying on top of the latest news coming out of the Titans camp, will help with your bets. If the quarterback or top receiver gets placed on the injured reserve, then that could change your mind on what bet to place. Find the very latest news from Tennessee throughout the week here:
Wide Receiver Stats
Want to know what numbers the Titans' wide receivers are putting up? Find out here:
The Titans do not have the greatest record when it comes to the Super Bowl. Their only appearance came in 1999, and ended just one yard short as they fell to the “Greatest Show on Turf”-era Rams. The team has been performing consistently well over the last few years and owners will hope that their offense, defense and special teams can all click for them to return to the Super Bowl once again.
Here are the Tennessee Titans Super Bowl betting odds for the season:
Avoiding injuries is always key to any team winning their conference and that is particularly the case with the Titans. They have good starting players, but their depth chart is not the strongest. Here are the latest odds for the Titans top win the AFC:
The Titans have been the team to beat in the AFC South, which has not been the most competitive divisions in the AFC. Tennessee will hope to continue their divisional dominance and go further in the playoffs than they have in recent seasons.
Tennessee Titans AFC South odds will appear here when available:
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|62||Corey Levin||C||6'4''||307 lbs||1994/08/12 (29)||Chattanooga|
|55||Aaron Brewer||C||6'1''||295 lbs||1997/10/28 (25)||Texas State|
|60||Daniel Brunskill||C||6'5''||300 lbs||1994/01/27 (29)||San Diego State|
|46||Morgan Cox||C||6'4''||233 lbs||1986/04/26 (37)||Tennessee|
|75||Dillon Radunz||OL||6'6''||301 lbs||1998/03/28 (25)||North Dakota State|
|77||Peter Skoronski||OL||6'4''||313 lbs||2001/07/31 (22)||Northwestern|
|8||Will Levis||QB||6'4''||229 lbs||1999/06/27 (24)||Kentucky|
|17||Ryan Tannehill||QB||6'4''||217 lbs||1988/07/27 (35)||Texas A&M|
|7||Malik Willis||QB||6'1''||219 lbs||1999/05/25 (24)||Liberty|
|36||Julius Chestnut||RB||5'11''||228 lbs||2000/10/26 (22)||Sacred Heart|
|25||Hassan Haskins||RB||6'2''||228 lbs||1999/11/26 (23)||Michigan|
|22||Derrick Henry||RB||6'3''||247 lbs||1994/01/04 (29)||Alabama|
|35||Jacques Patrick||RB||6'2''||239 lbs||1997/01/07 (26)||Florida State|
|32||Tyjae Spears||RB||5'11''||200 lbs||2001/06/15 (22)||Tulane|
|88||Trevon Wesco||TE||6'3''||267 lbs||1995/09/12 (28)||West Virginia|
|89||Thomas Odukoya||TE||6'6''||253 lbs||1997/05/05 (26)||Eastern Michigan|
|85||Chigoziem Okonokwo||TE||6'3''||238 lbs||1999/09/08 (24)||Maryland|
|86||Kevin Rader||TE||6'4''||250 lbs||1995/04/26 (28)||Youngstown State|
|81||Josh Whyle||TE||6'7''||248 lbs||1999/09/08 (24)||Cincinnati|
|82||Tre'Shaun Harrison||WR||5'11''||188 lbs||2001/06/26 (22)||Oregon State|
|16||Treylon Burks||WR||6'2''||225 lbs||2000/03/23 (23)||Arkansas|
|18||Kyle Philips||WR||5'11''||189 lbs||1999/06/17 (24)||UCLA|
|15||Nick Westbrook-Ikhine||WR||6'2''||211 lbs||1997/03/21 (26)||Indiana|
|14||Colton Dowell||WR||6'3''||212 lbs||2002/01/21 (21)||UT Martin|
|12||Mason Kinsey||WR||5'10''||203 lbs||1998/08/29 (25)||Berry College|
|10||DeAndre Hopkins||WR||6'1''||212 lbs||1992/06/06 (31)||Clemson|
|11||Chris Moore||WR||6'1''||200 lbs||1993/06/16 (30)||Cincinnati|
|5||Kearis Jackson||WR||5'11''||196 lbs||1999/12/09 (23)||Georgia|
|33||Eric Garror||CB||5'8''||174 lbs||2000/03/31 (23)||Louisiana|
|28||Shyheim Carter||CB||5'10''||194 lbs||1997/12/15 (25)||Alabama|
|0||Sean Murphy-Bunting||CB||6'0''||195 lbs||1997/06/19 (26)||Central Michigan|
|21||Roger McCreary||CB||5'11''||190 lbs||2000/02/10 (23)||Auburn|
|26||Kristian Fulton||CB||5'11''||197 lbs||1998/09/03 (25)||LSU|
|3||Caleb Farley||CB||6'2''||197 lbs||1998/11/02 (24)||Virginia Tech|
|40||Anthony Kendall||CB||5'10''||177 lbs||1999/12/17 (23)||Baldwin Wallace|
|23||Tre Avery||CB||5'11''||181 lbs||1997/02/26 (26)||Rutgers|
|20||Kindle Vildor||CB||5'11''||189 lbs||1997/12/11 (25)||Georgia Southern|
|38||Armani Marsh||CB||5'9''||182 lbs||1999/02/17 (24)||Washington State|
|24||Elijah Molden||CB||5'10''||192 lbs||1999/01/30 (24)||Washington|
|96||Denico Autry||DL||6'5''||285 lbs||1990/07/15 (33)||Mississippi State|
|42||Caleb Murphy||LB||6'3''||254 lbs||1999/12/15 (23)||Ferris State|
|49||Arden Key||LB||6'5''||240 lbs||1996/05/03 (27)||LSU|
|52||Trevis Gipson||LB||6'4''||263 lbs||1997/06/13 (26)||Tulsa|
|2||Azeez Al-Shaair||LB||6'2''||228 lbs||1997/08/04 (26)||Florida Atlantic|
|56||Monty Rice||LB||6'0''||233 lbs||1999/01/08 (24)||Georgia|
|99||Rashad Weaver||LB||6'4''||259 lbs||1997/11/10 (25)||Pittsburgh|
|57||Luke Gifford||LB||6'3''||243 lbs||1995/08/28 (28)||Nebraska|
|41||Otis Reese||LB||6'3''||214 lbs||1998/07/02 (25)||Ole Miss|
|50||Jack Gibbens||LB||6'3''||242 lbs||1998/11/24 (24)||Minnesota|
|48||Thomas Rush||LB||6'3''||251 lbs||2000/01/31 (23)||Minnesota|
|45||Chance Campbell||LB||6'2''||232 lbs||1999/10/08 (23)||Ole Miss|
|44||Mike Brown||S||6'1''||215 lbs||1999/04/07 (24)||Miami (Ohio)|
|39||Matthew Jackson||S||6'1''||209 lbs||1998/11/09 (24)||Eastern Kentucky|
|31||Kevin Byard||S||5'11''||212 lbs||1993/08/17 (30)||Middle Tennessee|
|13||Cade York||K||6'1''||206 lbs||2001/01/27 (22)||LSU|
|6||Nick Folk||K||6'1''||222 lbs||1984/11/05 (38)||Arizona|
|4||Ryan Stonehouse||P||5'10''||193 lbs||1999/05/11 (24)||Colorado State|