Tennessee Titans Top NFL Spreads for 2016 Regular Season

Pick These Titans’ Winning NFL Spreads for the Coming Season

Written by on June 21, 2016

The Tennessee Titans may be heading in a new direction under veteran NFL ‘lifer’ Mike Mularkey in 2016, but they’ve still got one of the most prized young signal-callers in the league in Marcus Mariota and could surprise against their NFL betting lines more often than not in 2016. Even if you think the Titans don’t have a chance to get long this season, with this expert betting analysis you’re going to have a great chance to cash in a whopping four times! Now, let’s get busy!

Pick These Titans’ Winning NFL Spreads for the Coming Season

Week 8

Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee (PK)

Analysis: These AFC South division rivals have split the last four meetings with the home team winning each time. Thank goodness the spread for the Week 8 matchup is a Pick ‘Em too because Tennessee has gone -03- 1 ATS over the last four.The Pick: Tennessee 27 Jacksonville 24

Week 5

Tennessee at Miami Dolphins (-5.5)

Analysis: Sure, the Titans go smacked around by the Dolphins badly in their 38-10 home loss last season, but that’s one of the reasons I like the Titans to get some revenge in this Week 5 matchup. Besides, with Miami going 1-4 ATS in their last five home games and Marcus Mariota already looking like a better quarterback than Miami’s Ryan Tannehill, I say the Titans surprise.The Pick: Miami 30 Tennessee 27

Week 11

Tennessee at Indianapolis Colts (-8)

Analysis: I know the Colts are light years ahead of the Titans and have beaten their AFC South division rivals nine straight times dating back to 2011. However, Tennessee lost by two and six points in their two meetings last season and I believe they’re going to find a way to keep it respectable in this Week 11 divisional date.The Pick: Indianapolis 31 Tennessee 24

Week 14

Denver Broncos (-5.5) at Tennessee

Analysis: I know there aren’t many sane reasons to back the Titans against the NFL betting lines in this Week 14 matchup seeing as how Denver is the defending Super Bowl champs while Tennessee is just trying to reach .500 for the first time in years. However, with the Broncos having a muddies situation under center and the Titans playing at home with some extra motivation, I say why not back the Titans for the upset? And this is why they’re called upset anyway!The Pick: Denver 28 Tennessee 27