Titans game Sunday: Titans vs. Saints odds and prediction for NFL Week 10 game

Alvin Kamara #41 of the New Orleans Saints (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)
Alvin Kamara #41 of the New Orleans Saints (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images) /

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The Titans, fresh off their Sunday Night Football victory over the Rams, look to stay hot against the visiting Saints in Week 10.

If fans thought the Tennessee Titans were doomed in the wake of losing running back Derrick Henry to a serious foot injury ahead of Week 9, think again.

Tennessee’s hot streak continued against the high-flying Los Angeles Rams on Sunday Night Football, with head coach Matt Vrabel’s squad pulling off an impressive and one-sided 28-16 road victory at SoFI Stadium to extend the team’s winning streak to five games and a commanding hold on the AFC South.

Returning home, the Titans are now poised to host the 5-3 New Orleans Saints, who somehow managed to fall to the Atlanta Falcons after delivering an upset win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the previous week.

What kind of Saints team, sans quarterback Jameis Winston, shows up for Week 10 is anyone’s guess.

But if Tennessee plays as well and as complete as it did against the Rams, one might expect the win streak to continue through this upcoming Sunday.

Titans vs. Saints odds Week 10

Tennessee opens up as a three-point favorite against New Orleans, according to the oddsmakers over at WynnBET. One might be a little surprised the line isn’t a bit bigger, especially considering the nature of victory over Los Angeles.

Yet it’s possible Vrabel and Co. are poised to experience something of a letdown game after dominating the Rams on the road.

And remember, the Saints defense is still a quality one, currently ranked fifth best in scoring.

Tennessee’s moneyline is currently -115, while New Orleans’ is -105.

The over/under for the game is 45.0.

Titans vs. Saints prediction Week 10

There could easily be something of a letdown game in Week 10. It’s not a prime-time showdown, and it’ll be understandable for Vrabel’s defense to come up flat against a Saints team looking to get the most out of quarterback Trevor Siemian, who’s now the de facto starter over Winston in wake of the latter’s knee injury.

But look for the matchup to focus more on New Orleans’ defense making a tough going of things for the Titans on Sunday, creating what’s likely to be a low-scoring affair.

Yes, Tennessee still pulls off the win and improves the streak to six games in a row, but the Saints wind up covering in a close one with the Titans pulling off a 21-18 victory.

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