Titans fans will love this betting expert’s upset pick for Week 3

BetSided NFL betting expert Iain MacMillan gives his prediction and betting pick for the Titans and Browns in Week 3.

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry (22)
Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry (22) / Andrew Nelles / Tennessean.com / USA

On Monday Night Football the Cleveland Browns suffered two losses, the game and its star running back.

With Nick Chubb out, BetSided NFL betting expert Iain MacMillan likes the Tennessee Titans to get to 2-1 with an outright win as an underdog in Week 3. MacMillan makes a pick for every game and you can check them out in his “Road to 272.”

The Titans took a comeback win last week to beat the Chargers and Justin Herbert. Mike Vrabel’s team has a chance to take out another AFC playoff contender this week, and if you want to bet with MacMillan do it in the FanDuel Sportsbook with their great promo. 

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Now, here’s a look at the odds for the Titans and Browns. 

Titans vs. Browns odds, spread and total

Betting expert for Titans in Week 3

With Nick Chubb out for the season the Browns have lost their identity. They can’t lean on Deshaun Watson either because that was a disaster against the Steelers. BetSided NFL betting expert Iain MacMillan doesn’t like Cleveland’s chance because of that. 

MacMillan wrote, “The Browns are a run-first team and now in their first game without Nick Chubb they have to take on one of the best run defenses in the NFL in the Tennessee Titans. Not good. The Titans allowed the fewest yards per carry in the NFL last year and they've picked up right where they left off in that category, allowing just 2.7 yards per rush through the first two weeks.”

It’s not so much that MacMillan loves the Titans through two weeks, but he really wants to fade the Browns after their quarterback struggled again. That’s why he’s taking Tennessee to win outright. 

“That means, for the Browns to have any chance at winning this game, they're going to have to do it with Deshaun Watson's arm and I just don't see that happening. As I predicted, Watson has been bad this season, completing just 55% of passes for a measly 5.63 yards per throw.”

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