Titans Game Monday: Titans vs Buffalo odds and prediction for NFL Week 6 game

Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans (L), Sean McDermott (R) (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)
Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans (L), Sean McDermott (R) (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images) /

We may not be out of the woods yet in terms of consistency and exorcising some of the demons that come from losing to the New York Jets, but the Tennessee Titans are 3-2 after five weeks and the leaders of the AFC South. Two of those wins have come versus divisional competition (which is like beating those teams twice), but three wins after five games is about as good a start as you can ask for.

Tennessee’s most recent win was very impressive. Derrick Henry ran for three touchdowns in a 37-19 rout of the rival Jacksonville  Jaguars. Ryan Tannehill completed 14 of 22 passes en route to a 197-yard performance in which he threw a touchdown.

Let’s hope that offensive firepower carries over into Week 5’s game. The Titans will need that as the high-powered Buffalo Bills come to town. Let’s talk about betting odds and predictions.

Titans vs Buffalo Odds Week 6

The Week 6 betting odds on WynnBET favor the visiting Buffalo Bills by five points. That’s interesting seeing as how they bring Josh Allen and their juggernaut offense to Nashville. Following an opening weekend loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Bills haven’t scored less than 35 points in each of the last four games.

That has to be concerning for a Tennessee Titans defense that seemingly can’t stop anyone.

Tennessee has moneyline odds of +185 as the underdogs. The favored Bills are set at -220. The over/under is set at 54.5. Those are favorable numbers all around.

Titans vs Buffalo Prediction Week 6

The more you think about this one, the easier it becomes to formulate arguments for why this one’s another walkthrough for Buffalo. Both teams can score. Josh Allen probably has a bigger arm and better offensive weapons than Ryan Tannehill. The Bills are healthier. They’re on a roll.

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Even if you stated that this one was a toss-up on offense (it isn’t), if this was a game that came down to a few defensive stops, we’d all have to agree that one defense, Buffalo’s, is a whole lot better than the one on the other sideline.

The Titans are going to have to win a shootout to pull this one out, and in all honesty, it’s difficult to imagine that happening. Here’s your prediction: Titans: 24. Bills: 38

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