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NFL Future FREE: TITANS UNDER 9.5 WINS -135 (1u)

Let’s be real here, the Titans are a declining team. This is likely Tannahill’s last season in Tennessee and he will be playing with a horrible O-line and new faces as his WR 1 and 2. A.J Brown is no longer with the team and has been replaced by rookie Treylon Burks. Tannehlill will look to rely on his run game with Derrick Henry, who is coming off an injury, and veteran Robert Woods, if he can stay healthy. The Titans also have a daunting road game schedule facing the Chiefs, Packers, Eagles, Chargers on the road in weeks 9-15 and the Bills and Colts early in the season.


With the improvement in the offensive line and Burrow being at full health from the beginning of the season, there is potential that the market is undervaluing the AFC champions. The offensive line was upgraded with additions of La’el Collins, Alex Cappa, and Ted Karras. Since the Wild Card expansion to 14-teams, the AFC North has had 2 or more teams make the playoffs both seasons, including 3 teams in 2020. Bengals get the luxury of facing a weak NFC South Division (outside of Tampa Bay) and a so-so AFC East Division (outside of Buffalo) this year. Although they will have a tougher schedule down the stretch in December, they do close out with 4 of their final 6 games at home.

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