Titans Game Sunday: Titans vs Seahawks odds and prediction for NFL Week 2 game
Week 2 of the NFL season approaches for the Tennessee Titans, and conversations about what went wrong have morphed into conversations about whether or not there’s some personal beef between head coach Mike Vrabel and his new superstar wide receiver Julio Jones.
Welcome to life in the NFL. Believe it or not, the Titans are a part of the national football conversations Unfortunately, it’s mostly for bad reasons.
There’s no time to talk about any of that though. It’s time to turn the page on a devastating loss and move on to the Seattle Seahawks, or we’ll be talking about two straight losses to open the season before you know it.
The Hawks seem to have mended their relationship with perennial MVP candidate Russell Wilson. They enter this one on the heels of a season-opening victory over the hated Indianapolis Colts, so this one ought to be interesting. Let’s get into some specifics.
Titans vs Seahawks Odds Week 1
The Week 2 betting odds on WynnBET, have the Titans as 5.5-point underdogs on the road. They have +195 moneyline odds, while Seattle is the favorite at -245. The total for the game is set at an over/under of 54 points.
Titans vs Seahawks Prediction Week 1
Is it possible that the Titans have played their way into a must-win game in Week 2? You’re probably going to hear that at some point relatively soon. It’s an inaccurate take, but you’re almost certain to hear it.
Regardless of what side you’re on in that argument, here’s the game plan for Tennessee. Win this game. They have a shot, and we’re backing them. Take the under or the Titans straight up because, one week after losing in grand fashion, a refocused team is going to walk into Lumen Field and leave with a victory of seven points or fewer thanks to a heavy dose of their superstar running back, Derrick Henry.
They’re certain to check the Colts score immediately after the close in this one, but again, believe it or not, even if the bottom falls out and the unthinkable happens (an 0-2 start to the season), a loss won’t wreck Tennessee’s chances at a division title in the AFC South. A win, however, puts them right back in the thick of things.