Broncos vs Titans Pick & Preview: NFL Week 10 Betting Odds

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Broncos vs Titans Pick & Preview – NFL Week 10

On Sunday, November 13 at 1:00 p.m. ET, the Denver Broncos and Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. CBS carries television coverage of the game. The Titans head into this AFC match as the three-point favorite to claim the win.

Quick overview of the Broncos vs Titans match

  • sports: NFL
  • difference: Denver Broncos at Tennessee Titans
  • where: Nashville at Nissan Stadium
  • Date: Sunday 13 November
  • odds bet TEN -3.0, DEN +126 | TEN + -154 O/U 39.0

Will Russell Wilson lead the Broncos to victory in any numbers it will be a hotly contested game?

Denver is eyeing another victory, as the Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Jaguars 21-17 in Week 8. With this win, Denver was able to cover the difference, as it was a 1.0-point trailing team. Both teams’ combined total of 38 points remains below the 40 betting line.

For the game, Denver ran the ball 28 times, collecting 101 yards. Although Latavius ​​Murray didn’t come up with a huge yardage, he did pick up a quick touchdown.

Against Jacksonville, quarterback Russell Wilson threw for a total of 252 yards, and a passer rating of 84.31. Wilson was able to find the end zone once through the air. Even though Greg Dulcich didn’t come up with an airdrop, he was still productive at 87 yards. Overall, Denver is the 19th-ranked team in passing yards per game, with an average of 220.5. Entering the game, the Broncos threw a total of 5.0 interceptions, with a success rate of 57.8% (32).

While the defense produced sacks at a high rate, the team’s overall QB percentage of 15.6% is in line with the NFL average.

Will Ryan Tanehill lead the Titans to victory over Denver?

In Week 10, the Tennessee Titans dropped the AFC match against the Chiefs, 20-17. In terms of betting, the Tennessee spread capped as 14.0 pips unfiltered. With a betting streak below 44, the two teams dropped below that number as they combined to 37.

Compared to last year, when the Titans averaged 24.65 points per game, the team’s 17-point performance was a disappointment.

Even with a slightly lower number of attempts than last year’s season average, Tennessee State continued to run for a total distance of 172 yards. Derek Henry led the team, with 115 yards, including two touchdowns.

Quarterback Malik Willis struggled to move the ball in the passing game, finishing with just 80 through the air and with a passing rating of 48.96. Not only did Willis struggle to pick up a passing yard, but he wasn’t able to throw to land. Chigoziem Okonkwo played a big game in passing attack, finishing with 48 yards on 1 pass. Tennessee threw the ball an average of 22.0 times per game, ranking 31st. This season, 39.55% of the team’s offensive plays reached through the pass, placing them in 30th place in the NFL.

The team’s defense produced a large number of sacks, but the overall QB hit rate is similar to the NFL average of 15.0%.

Odds and free betting analysis for this NFL game

Denver enters the game looking to continue his recent success over Denver, scoring 3-2. The record for the lowest in these games is 1-4, with an average score of 35.8.

The Denver Broncos have performed well on a point difference in recent games, going 2-1. On average, the Broncos have averaged 21.0 points per game in their last 5 head-to-head matches, compared to Tennessee State’s 14.8.

In their last 5 away games, the Broncos have a 1-4-0 live record while it’s 2-3 on the difference. The team averaged 17.8 points per game in this stretch.

In their previous five home games, Tennessee had an ATS 3-2 mark. Their direct record in these matches was 3-2 while averaging 22.6 points per game.

Broncos vs. Beck Titans

  • Expect a free spread: Titans -3.0

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