Tennessee Titans early win total over/under for the 2020 Season

The Tennessee Titans early win total over/under odds were released for the 2020 NFL season, courtesy of the Action Network.

The Tennessee Titans are looking to continue the momentum after coming off of one of their best finishes in franchise history. After their fourth consecutive nine-win season, the Titans are looking to finally break through the double-digit regular season win total.

The Titans over/under currently sits at 8.5 wins for the 2020 NFL season, courtesy of the Action Network. The Titans are tied with the Houston Texans for the highest win total in the division, with the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars tailing behind, respectively.

Only the Kansas City Chiefs’ and the Baltimore Ravens’ lines are above double digits in the AFC, while the NFC has four teams reaching that mark.

The Titans have won nine games or more a total of 10 times since the 2000 season despite their last 10-plus win season coming in 2008. In the two seasons under head coach Mike Vrabel, the Titans have won nine games each.

After playing in the AFC Championship Game, the Titans are looking to make the franchise a perennial contender.

In 2020, the Titans will play the AFC North, which houses the Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns, and Cincinnati Bengals, as well as their AFC South division rivals twice each.

The Titans faced two AFC North teams last season and won both games, one of which was against the Ravens in the AFC Divisional Round.

The Titans will also face the NFC North, which includes the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, and Minnesota Vikings. The Packers and Vikings both made the playoffs in 2019, with the Packers reaching the NFC Championship Game.

The Titans have a tough schedule next year but have a chance to exceed expectations if they can build on last season. Behind Derrick Henry’s rushing attack and Ryan Tannehill’s exquisite play-action passing, the Titans put together one of the most devastating offenses in the league.

On the other side, the Titans saw huge improvements from young players like Jayon Brown, Rashaan Evans, and Jeffery Simmons that helped take them to the next step. Let’s hope this team can finally win the AFC South for the first time since 2008.

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