How To Bet On The Tennessee Titans In The NFL Playoffs

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Admit it, you might not have truly believed in the Tennessee Titans earlier in the season. You had doubts about whether the fast start was the real deal, or something more akin to a house of cards that was going to crater at any moment.

So you understandably decided you weren’t yet ready to place a wager on the Titans via one of Tennessee’s eight online sports betting platforms. After all, placing a futures bet on the Titans only to see them collapse late in the season would have been disheartening.

When RB Derrick Henry went down with a fractured foot requiring surgery, you were confident you’d made the right choice. And then the Titans kept right on winning.

On Sunday, the Titans clinched the top seed in the AFC Playoffs, including a first-round bye. Better yet, any playoff games before the Super Bowl will be played in Nissan Stadium, where they have a 7-2 record.

As if that’s not enough good news, the Titans may well have Henry back for their first playoff game. So, if ever there was a perfect time to bet on the Titans, this is it.

And since you may not have placed a wager via online sports betting, here’s a primer on the steps you need to get registered, including receiving a sign-up bonus. After that, we’ll look at the team’s odds and explain the numerous betting options available on the Titans.

How To Place Online Sports Bets On The Tennessee Titans

There are eight online sportsbooks available for anyone in the state of Tennessee who is at least 21 years of age:

Once you decide which app you want to utilize, the first step is downloading it to your phone or tablet. If you have an iOS device, you’ll find it via the App Store. If you’re using an Android device, the app will be available at the Google Play Store.

The next step is to register for your account, it’s also when you can enter the promo code to ensure receiving the current sign-up bonus. The steps are straightforward and you’ll need to supply the following information:

  • Full Name
  • Mailing Address
  • Email Address
  • Cell Phone Number
  • Last Four Digits Of Social Security Number

Additionally, you’ll be asked to provide answers to several security questions. The information provided, in addition to the security questions, is used to ensure you haven’t previously registered, and that you are the only one with access to the account.

You’ll also be able to supply the promo code during registration, securing the registration bonus if you’re ready to place your first bet. And if you are ready to bet, you’ll also be asked if you want to make an initial deposit into your account.

Some platforms may have more funding options than others, but using a credit card, debit card or PayPal account are among the options. As is providing funding via your bank account.

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Tennesse Titans Super Bowl Odds

Thanks to its first-round bye, the only way to bet on the Titans this week is to place a futures bet that they’ll win the Super Bowl or that they’ll win the AFC. Once their second-round opponent is determined, there will be multiple betting options on that game and any future playoff games.

The key to any bet is finding out which platform offers the best odds. Here’s a look at the Titans’ odds to win it all compared to other top competitors via Tennessee’s five best sportsbooks.

TEAMBetMGMCaesarsDraftKingsFanDuelWynnBET
Tennessee Titans+750+800+850+850+800
Green Bay Packers+375+380+380+380+375
Kansas City Chiefs+500+475+450+450+475
Buffalo Bills+800+750+750+750+750
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+750+800+800+750+800
Los Angeles Rams+1100+900+1000+1000+950

If you plan on betting on the Titans, Caesars, DraftKings, and FanDuel offer the best odds at +850.

If you think the Packers will win it all, BetMGM offers the best odds at +400. If you think Tampa Bay will repeat, WynnBet, Caesars, and DraftKings offer the best odds at +800.

When the Titans are gearing up for their second-round game, you’ll be able to bet on them to win outright via a moneyline bet, or you can take either the favorite or underdog via the point spread. In addition, you can choose whether the combined points in the game will go ‘over’ or ‘under’ the total set by oddsmakers.

Prop bets will provide numerous options to wager based on how you think the team and individual players will fare in the game.