Should the Tennessee Titans make it to Super Bowl LIV with a win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, they will be underdogs no matter who the NFC representative is.
According to early lines for every potential Super Bowl LIV matchup, the Tennessee Titans will be an underdog once again no matter who they face from the NFC should they advance with a win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Per The Action Network, which cites the early Super Bowl LIV lines from FanDuel, Tennessee would be an underdog to both the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers, the two teams left standing in the NFC.
"Green Bay Packers (-1.5) vs. Tennessee TitansSan Francisco 49ers (-4.5) vs. Tennessee Titans"
Of course, these lines can change during the week, so neither are final. The Titans are +700 to win the Super Bowl, the worst odds of any remaining team.
The Titans being an underdog is nothing new in these playoffs.
Tennessee was as much as a 10-point dog to the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round, and it was also an underdog in the wild card round to a vulnerable New England Patriots team. Both of those wins came on the road.
Going into Sunday, the Titans are once again underdogs, with KC being seven-point favorites after opening as 7.5-point favorites, per The Action Network.
Here’s a look at the rest of the early lines for the other possible Super Bowl matchups.
"San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs (-2.5)Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs (-5.5)"
The Chiefs will be favorites no matter who they face, which is understandable considering they will have won eight straight games should they beat the Titans and advance to the Super Bowl.
Not to mention, they have the best offense of the remaining playoff teams, led by superstar quarterback, Patrick Mahomes.
The only scenario in which the 49ers would be favorites is if they play Tennessee, and the same goes for the Packers.
Should Tennessee advance, the most desirable matchup would be with the Packers, as the Niners owned one of the elite defenses in the NFL this season.
But first things first, the Titans have to take care of business on Sunday.