Tennessee
Titans
Stadium Nissan Stadium
9-7-0 Overall | 3-3 AFC SOUTH 2nd
TEAM STATSRUSHINGPASSINGPTS/G
Offense138.9247.325.1
Defense104.5272.320.7
Schedule
Preseason
Week 2Thu  8/8
@
Eagles
W27-10
Week 3Sat  8/17
vs
Patriots
L17-22
Week 4Sun  8/25
vs
Steelers
L6-18
Week 5Thu  8/29
@
Bears
W19-15
Regular season
Week 1Sun  9/8
@
Browns
W43-13
Week 2Sun  9/15
vs
Colts
L17-19
Week 3Thu  9/19
@
Jaguars
L7-20
Week 4Sun  9/29
@
Falcons
W24-10
Week 5Sun  10/6
vs
Bills
L7-14
Week 6Sun  10/13
@
Broncos
L0-16
Team Outlook and Scouting Report

SEASON FORECASTS AND FUTURES PICKS

Before Andrew Luck retired the simulations had the Titans winning the AFC South just 15 percent of the time. That jumped to well over 20 percent with the retirement. Their odds to win it all are 50/1, 2% (#20). They are not a good bet to win the Super Bowl. Their 0.5% chance is #19 in the league. In simulations, they win the AFC 1.5% of the time and are not a good value at 25/1, 3.8%. The Titans are averaging 7.4 wins per sim so we recommend betting them to come under 8 wins. At +150 the Titans are not a good value to make the playoffs with a 29.4% chance. Their odds of winning their division are 13/4, 23.5%. They win the division in 23.2% of simulations. Their average wins per simulation puts them at #8 in the AFC.

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REGULAR SEASON RECAP AND UPCOMING GAMES

Their 9-7 record last season was way ahead of what was expected of them. Their expected win percentage was just 47%. They went 8-8 against the spread (-80 loss). They went over 8 times and came in under 8 times. In their next game vs the Browns they are only winning 32% of the simulations. The table below shows their upcoming games, their simulation based win percentage and their recent head to head record (WL, ATS, OU).

TEAM OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE STATS WITH LEAGUE RANKINGS

They are a very poor scoring team based on points per game. They are the #25 ranked team based on yards per play and the #23 ranked team based on offensive TD per play. They are an elite scoring defense, despite a relatively low yards per play allowed rank.

TEAM OFFENSE (League Rank):

TEAM DEFENSE:

TEAM FANTASY LEADERS

The table below show the most valuable fantasy players on the team led by Delanie Walker who is projected to be the #9 TE. The Better Option column shows the player directly above him and the Better Than column shows the player directly below him in the projected position rankings.

Roster
NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateEXPCOLLEGE
12 Batson, Cameron WR5-817512/20/19953Texas Tech
41 Blasingame, Khari RB6-023307/01/19962Vanderbilt
95 Bledsoe, Amani DE6-428002/06/19981Oklahoma
48 Brinkley, Beau LS6-426001/25/19909Missouri
11 Brown, A.J. WR6-122606/30/19972Ole Miss
55 Brown, Jayon ILB6-022602/26/19954UCLA
21 Butler, Malcolm CB5-1119003/02/19907West Alabama
31 Byard, Kevin FS5-1121208/17/19935Middle Tenn.
29 Cruikshank, Dane DB6-120904/27/19953Arizona
84 Davis, Corey WR6-320901/11/19954Western Michigan
64 Davis, Nate G6-331609/23/19962Charlotte
89 Davis, Rashard WR5-917509/14/19951James Madison
28 Dawkins, Dalyn RB5-718312/26/19942Colorado State
92 Dickerson, Matt DE6-529211/09/19953UCLA
75 Douglas, Jamil G6-430902/28/19923Arizona State
--- Durden, Kenneth DB6-118005/16/19922Youngstown State
--- Dzubnar, Nick LB6-124008/15/19916Cal Poly-S.L.O.
54 Evans, Rashaan ILB6-223211/08/19953Alabama
86 Firkser, Anthony TE6-224602/19/19953Harvard
93 Gilbert, Reggie LB6-426004/01/19933Arizona
--- Harris, Nigel LB6-222512/07/19942South Florida
22 Henry, Derrick RB6-324701/04/19945Alabama
--- Herdman, Cole WR6-424506/27/19951Purdue
49 Hesse, Parker TE6-326102/11/20300Iowa
16 Hollister, Cody WR6-420911/18/19932Arkansas
37 Hooker, Amani SAF5-1121006/14/19982Iowa
10 Humphries, Adam WR5-1119506/24/19936Clemson
96 Ivie, Joey DT6-330101/22/19952Florida
25 Jackson, Adoree' CB5-1118509/18/19954USC
60 Jones, Ben C6-330807/02/19899Georgia
90 Jones, DaQuan DE6-432212/27/19917Penn State
7 Joseph, Greg K6-12100Florida Atlantic
46 Kalu, Joshua DB6-020308/28/19952Nebraska
--- Kelly, Dennis 6-832101/16/19909Purdue
6 Kern, Brett P6-221402/17/198613Toledo
58 Landry, Harold LB6-225206/05/19963Boston College
77 Lewan, Taylor T6-730907/22/19917Michigan
51 Long, David LB5-1122710/12/19962West Virginia
97 Mack, Isaiah DT6-129903/19/19962Tennessee-Chattanooga
--- Munyer, Daniel C6-130503/04/19923Colorado
--- Orr, Kareem DB5-1119501/02/19971Tennessee-Chattanooga
--- Pruitt, MyCole 6-224503/24/19925Southern Illinois
--- Quessenberry, David G6-531008/24/19902San Jose State
14 Raymond, Kalif WR5-818208/08/19944Holy Cross
50 Roberson, Derick LB6-325011/15/19952Sam Houston State
76 Saffold, Rodger G6-532506/06/198811Indiana
--- Sambrailo, Ty T6-531103/10/19926Colorado State
98 Simmons, Jeffery DT6-430507/28/19972Mississippi State
81 Smith, Jonnu TE6-324808/22/19954Florida International
--- Smith, Josh LB6-424002/25/19971Vanderbilt
17 Tannehill, Ryan QB6-421707/27/19889Texas A&M
--- Thompson, Trevion WR6-220011/14/19951Clemson
24 Vaccaro, Kenny SS6-021402/15/19918Texas
42 Walker, D'Andre OLB6-225101/23/19972Georgia
40 Williams, Jordan LB6-426203/23/19933Tennessee
--- Wilson, Shaun 5-918512/02/19953Duke
5 Woodside, Logan QB6-121301/27/19951Toledo