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Full list of Titans Super Bowl 54 odds

We’ve got a rundown of Tennessee’s odds to get to and win Super Bowl 54, what potential matchups might look like, and who on the team could win MVP.

Derrick Henry of the Tennessee Titans runs the ball defended by Brennan Scarlett of the Houston Texans in the first half at NRG Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Houston, Texas. Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images

The Tennessee Titans clinched a playoff berth with a Week 17 win over their division rivals, the Houston Texans, who elected to sit many of their starters after capturing the division crown earlier in the season. Despite finishing behind the Texans in the division, the Titans actually posted a significantly better point differential, leading the AFC South by outscoring opponents by 71 points.

Odds to get to and win Super Bowl 54

To reach Super Bowl 54: +2500
To win Super Bowl 54: +5000

The Titans are tied with the Buffalo Bills for the lowest odds to win Super Bowl 54. This is not surprising, because as the 6th seed, the Titans will play every single game on the road and draw what appears to be the toughest road to reach the Super Bowl. Tennessee is thrown directly into the fire for their first game at New England in what is expected to be an extremely challenging setting.

Super Bowl 54 matchup odds

If the Titans do reach the Super Bowl, their most likely matchups are against two of the top three seeds in the NFC. Both the 49ers and Saints finished 13-3, and despite the Packers claiming the two-seed, the Saints appear to be the more dangerous team. New Orleans outscored opponents during the regular season by 117 points, second best in the NFC, and that was despite losing star QB Drew Brees for an extended period due to injury.

Titans vs. 49ers: +6600
Titans vs. Saints: +9000
Titans vs. Packers: +12500
Titans vs. Eagles: +35000
Titans vs. Seahawks: +35000
Titans vs. Vikings: +45000

Exact Super Bowl 54 outcome odds

If the Titans do manage to get to the Super Bowl, they are not expected to win it, which is reflected in the odds below. Each of the NFC’s three top-seeded teams are favored to win over a potential matchup with the Titans. The least likely outcome is a Titans win over the NFC’s 6th seed, the Vikings, which would pay out titanic odds if that were to somehow happen.

49ers beat Titans: +8500
Saints beat Titans: +11500
Packers beat Titans: +17500
Titans beat 49ers: +17500
Titans beat Saints: +25000
Titans beat Packers: +32500
Eagles beat Titans: +50000
Seahawks beat Titans: +50000
Vikings beat Titans: +60000
Titans beat Eagles: +75000
Titans beat Seahawks: +75000
Titans beat Vikings: +100000

Super Bowl 54 MVP odds

Tannehill unsurprisingly has the best odds among Titans players to win Super Bowl MVP. For one, quarterbacks have a head start in Super Bowl MVP voting due to the importance of the position. Tannehill also posted outrageously strong numbers after taking over as the Titans’ starting QB in Week 7, leading the NFL in passer rating (117.5) and yards gained per pass attempt (9.59), numbers that would get him in the regular season MVP discussion if sustained over a full season.

Henry and Brown are next in line in Super Bowl MVP odds for Titans players. Brown is Tannehill’s top receiving target, while Henry posted big touch volume, ranking fifth among all players in touches during the regular season. With Henry touching the ball so many times, a few breaks could result in an MVP-type performance on the back of big volume.

Ryan Tannehill: +8000
Derrick Henry: +10000
A.J. Brown: +25000

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