2018 NFL Season: Tennessee Titans Betting Recap
The Tennessee Titans entered the 2018 season with decent expectations after finishing the 2017 season with a record of 9-7 season in 2017 and with a wild card win over the Kansas City Chiefs by a score of 22-21 before losing to the New England Patriots in the divisional round by a score of 14-35. The 2018 Tennessee Titans though failed to make the playoffs after finishing the season with a record of 9-7 and 3rd in the AFC South. Now let’s dive further into the Tennessee Titans Betting Recap for the 2018 season.
They did have a play in game with the Indianapolis Colts in the final regular season game on Sunday night, but lost that game by a score of 17-33 at home. They also had six Pro Bowl players this season with offensive tackle Taylor Lewan, defensive tackle Jurrell Casey and punter Brett Kern. Marcus Mariota led the team in passing with 2,528 yards for 11 touchdowns and 8 interceptions for a quarterback rating of 92.3 while adding another 357 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns.
Derrick Henry led the team in rushing with 1059 yards and 12 touchdowns while adding 15 receptions for 99 yards. Corey Davis led the team in receiving with 65 receptions for 891 yards and 4 touchdowns. Vegas had the 2018 season win totals for the Tennessee Titans listed at 8.5 and although the Titans failed to make the playoffs they did surpass the 8.5 win total, so they did make money for those who took the over in the win total. How did they do against the spread and how did the win total fare this season for the Titans? This article will examine these questions and we will start by looking at how they did against the spread.
Titans Against the Spread
The Tennessee Titans went 8-8 ATS overall. Which means if someone took the Titans or bet against the Titans they had a 50% winning percentage this season which equates to a loss. The Titans were 5-4 ATS after a win which equates to a 55.6 % winning percentage and a slight win for anyone who took the Titans after a win. Tennessee were 3-3 ATS after a loss which equates to a 50% which means anyone who took the Titans after a loss or went against the Titans after a loss had a loss overall. The Titans were 4-4 ATS at home which means anyone who too Tennessee or went against Tennessee while they were at home suffered a loss overall on the season.
Tennessee was 4-4 ATS on the road as well which means anyone who bet on or against the Titans on the season on the road suffered a loss overall on the season. Tennessee as a favorite was 2-4 or a 33.3% winning percentage, so anyone who bet on the Titans as a favorite suffered a loss on the season, but anyone who bet against them this season as a favorite had a decent profit on the season. The Titans were 6-4 ATS as an underdog which means anyone who took the Titans as an underdog this season had a profit overall on the season. Now let’s take a look at how the total fared on the season for Tennessee.
Titans Point Total
The total in the Titans games this season went 8-8 which means anyone who took the over or under this season in the Titans games suffered a loss. The total for Tennessee in the home games went 5-3 for a 62.5% winning percentage which means anyone who took the over in the home games for the Titans had a decent profit on the season.
The under was 4-3 in the road games for the Titans for a 57.1% winning percentage which means anyone who took the under in the Titans road games had a small profit this season. The over went 4-2 in the games in which the Titans were favorite for a 66.7% winning percentage which means anyone who took the over had a good profit this season. The under was 6-4 in the games that the Titans were an underdog for a 60% winning percentage which means anyone who took the under in which Tennessee was an underdog had a decent profit this season.