Titans Super Bowl 59 odds (A new era in Tennessee is about to begin)

Jan 7, 2024; Nashville, Tennessee, USA;  Tennessee Titans running back Tyjae Spears (32) celebrates
Jan 7, 2024; Nashville, Tennessee, USA; Tennessee Titans running back Tyjae Spears (32) celebrates / Steve Roberts-USA TODAY Sports

The Tennessee Titans has a disappointing season to say the least. They finished in last place in the AFC South with a 6-11 record.

Whether you think it's a good thing or not, the 2023 season results have brought about significant change to the organization and they'll look like a brand-new team in 2024. They let go head coach Mike Vrabel, and brought in the former Bengals' offensive coordinator, Brian Callahan, to take over the role.

The cornerstone of their offense for years, Derrick Henry, is also likely to not return to the team as he hits free agency next month. On top of all this, they still have to figure out their quarterback position. Is Will Levis the QB of the future for them, or should they go in a different direction?

To the surprise to no one, even to the most confident Titans fans, oddsmakers have little faith in Tennessee going on a Cinderella run next season. Let's take a look at the Titans' odds to win Super Bowl 59.

Titans' odds to win Super Bowl in 2025

FanDuel Sportsbook has the Titans' odds to win Super Bowl 59 set at +13000, which is an implied probability of 0.76%. If you were brave enough to bet $100 on them to achieve the feat, you'd win a profit of $13,000 if the Titans lift the Lombardi Trophy.

Only the Washington Commanders, New York Giants, New England Patriots, and Carolina Panthers have longer odds to win the Super Bowl next year. That leaves the Titans and Patriots at the bottom of the AFC.

The Titans are in one of the most obvious rebuild situations in the NFL. The bright side is they do have some great young pieces. Even though Derrick Henry is likely leaving the team, Titans' fans have to be ecstatic about the play of their rookie running back, Tyjae Spears. He averaged 4.5 yards per carry this season while adding in 385 receiving yards on 52 receptions.

The bad news is the Titans aren't a few pieces away from being a contender. They need to revamp a good portion of their defense, find young receivers, and hope to develop Will Levis into a quality starting quarterback in the NFL. Strap in for a rebuild year, Titans' fans.

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