What are the Tennessee Titans’ Super Bowl odds after their Divisional Round win over the Baltimore Ravens?
The conference championship games are set and our Tennessee Titans are one of the last four teams standing. After rocking the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night, the Titans will now face the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday at 2:05 p.m. CST.
Following this past weekend’s Divisional Round action, the Super Bowl odds have been updated.
The Action Network reported the updated odds based off of the FanDuel Sportsbook, and the Titans (+700) sit with the worst odds out of the final four teams remaining.
The Chiefs hold the best odds to win the Super Bowl (+130), rounded out with the San Francisco 49ers (+155) and Green Bay Packers (+600).
Tennessee continues to be overlooked despite knocking off two of the best teams in the NFL in back-to-back weeks. The Titans are riding Derrick Henry’s hot hand, as he put up the best three-game stretch in NFL History for a running back, while the defense has shut down teams from reaching the end zone.
The last team to win the Super Bowl as a No. 6 seed was the 2010 Packers behind a phenomenal Aaron Rodgers streak. Interestingly enough, the Titans also played on Wild Card weekend as a No. 4 seed when they last made the Super Bowl in 1999.
Tennessee faced Kansas City earlier in the season in a 35-32 thriller that saw the Titans score a go-ahead touchdown with 23 seconds left. Tennessee then a blocked field goal to seal the win.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes went wild against the Titans with 446 yards passing and three touchdowns; however, the Chiefs had to settle for five field goal attempts and only succeeded on four.
A bobbled snap negated a sixth attempt for the Chiefs that forced the holder to toss the ball away without ever getting the kick off.
The Titans opened as 7.5-point underdogs against the Chiefs. Tennessee is an impressive 5-0 against the spread on the road in its last five games. The Titans have beaten the No. 3 seed Patriots and No. 1 Ravens, and now they will look to defeat the No. 2 seed Chiefs.
The 49ers beat the Packers in a lopsided 37-8 thrashing earlier this season as well. The 49ers finished the season as the top seed in the NFC with a 13-3 record, while the Packers were right behind them as the No. 2 seed.
With the AFC Championship prior to the NFC Championship, the Titans, if they win, will have the comfort of watching who may face them in the Super Bowl.