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Rush YDS
Pass YDS
Points
PTS Against
126.4
185.9
19.4
18.9

tennessee titans Roster

Player Name
Uniform
Position
Austin Barnard
3
P K
Alex Barnes
N/A
RB
Daren Bates
53
LB
Cameron Batson
12
WR
Amani Bledsoe
N/A
DE
Beau Brinkley
48
TE LS
A.J. Brown
11
WR
Jayon Brown
55
LB
Riley Bullough
N/A
LB
Malcolm Butler
21
CB
Kevin Byard
31
S
Jurrell Casey
99
DT
Jack Conklin
78
T
Kamalei Correa
44
LB
Dane Cruikshank
29
S
Corey Davis
84
WR
Nate Davis
64
G
Dalyn Dawkins
39
RB
Matt Dickerson
92
DE
Jamil Douglas
75
G
Kenneth Durden
20
CB
Rashaan Evans
54
LB
Sharif Finch
56
LB
Anthony Firkser
86
TE
David Fluellen
32
RB
Hroniss Grasu
52
C
A.T. Hall
N/A
T
Nigel Harris
N/A
LB
Derrick Henry
22
RB
Parker Hesse
N/A
DE
Cody Hollister
N/A
WR
Amani Hooker
37
S
Braxton Hoyett
N/A
NT
Adam Humphries
10
WR
Adoree' Jackson
25
CB
Darius Jennings
15
WR
Austin Johnson
94
NT
Ben Jones
60
C
DaQuan Jones
90
DE
Mike Jordan
38
CB
Joshua Kalu
47
CB
Dennis Kelly
71
T G
Brett Kern
6
P
Harold Landry
58
LB
Corey Levin
62
C G
Taylor Lewan
77
T
Dion Lewis
33
RB
LaTroy Lewis
45
LB
Dee Liner
93
DT
David Long Jr.
41
LB
Isaiah Mack
N/A
DT
Marcus Mariota
8
QB
Tyler Marz
69
T
Jeremy McNichols
30
RB
Kareem Orr
N/A
CB
Kevin Pamphile
66
G T
Joseph Parker
N/A
WR
Austin Pasztor
68
T
D'Andre Payne
N/A
CB
Gimel President
40
LB
MyCole Pruitt
85
TE
David Quessenberry
72
G
Anthony Ratliff-Williams
N/A
WR
Kalif Raymond
14
WR
Derick Roberson
N/A
LB
Logan Ryan
26
CB
Rodger Saffold III
76
G
Tajae Sharpe
19
WR
Jeffery Simmons
98
DT
LeShaun Sims
36
CB
Jonnu Smith
81
TE
Tye Smith
23
CB
Aaron Stinnie
61
G
Ryan Succop
4
K
Ryan Tannehill
17
QB
Taywan Taylor
13
WR
JoJo Tillery
N/A
S
Jalen Tolliver
N/A
WR
Keith Towbridge
88
TE
Brent Urban
N/A
DE
Kenny Vaccaro
24
S
Cameron Wake
91
DE
D'Andre Walker
42
LB
Delanie Walker
82
TE
Damon Webb
35
S
Cole Wick
89
TE
Ladarius Wiley
N/A
S
Logan Woodside
5
QB
Wesley Woodyard
59
LB

tennessee titans STANDINGS

Team Name
Wins
Loss
Ties
Win%
Texans
11
5
0
.688
Colts
10
6
0
.625
Titans
9
7
0
.563
Jaguars
5
11
0
.313

tennessee titans Injuries

No injuries reported

tennessee titans SCHEDULE

0 - 0 @ Eagles @ Eagles
Thu Aug 08 07:30 pm
TV: N/A
0 - 0 vs Patriots vs Patriots
Sat Aug 17 07:00 pm
TV: N/A
0 - 0 vs Steelers vs Steelers
Sun Aug 25 08:00 pm
TV: NBC
0 - 0 @ Bears @ Bears
Thu Aug 29 08:00 pm
TV: N/A
0 - 0 @ Browns @ Browns
Sun Sep 08 01:00 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 vs Colts vs Colts
Sun Sep 15 01:00 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 @ Jaguars @ Jaguars
Thu Sep 19 08:20 pm
TV: NFL Network
0 - 0 @ Falcons @ Falcons
Sun Sep 29 01:00 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 vs Bills vs Bills
Sun Oct 06 01:00 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 @ Broncos @ Broncos
Sun Oct 13 04:25 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 vs Chargers vs Chargers
Sun Oct 20 04:05 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 vs Buccaneers vs Buccaneers
Sun Oct 27 01:00 pm
TV: FOX
0 - 0 @ Panthers @ Panthers
Sun Nov 03 01:00 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 vs Chiefs vs Chiefs
Sun Nov 10 01:00 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 vs Jaguars vs Jaguars
Sun Nov 24 04:05 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 @ Colts @ Colts
Sun Dec 01 01:00 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 @ Raiders @ Raiders
Sun Dec 08 04:25 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 vs Texans vs Texans
Sun Dec 15 01:00 pm
TV: CBS
0 - 0 vs Saints vs Saints
Sun Dec 22 01:00 pm
TV: FOX
0 - 0 @ Texans @ Texans
Sun Dec 29 01:00 pm
TV: CBS

tennessee titans Team Statistics

Rushing
ATT
YDS
AVG
LONG
LTD
TD
STU
ST YRD
ST%
454
2023
4.5
99
Yes
15
51
105
11.2
Passing
Punting
PUNTS
YDS
BP
20
10
LONG
TB
RET
R.YRD
AVR
%
75
3483
1
39
13
62
3
33
296
46.4
41.7
Scoring
Defense
Interceptions
NUM
YDS
LONG
LTD
TD
12
219
54
No
1
Punt returning
RET
YDS
AVR
FC
TD
LTD
LONG
33
296
9.0
16
0
No
51
Kickoff returning
RET
YDS
AVR
FC
TD
LONG
LTD
25
696
27.8
0
1
102
Yes
.

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Updated 2019 NCAA Basketball Championship Odds – January 14th Edition

The Duke Blue Devils and their gifted  trio of five-star freshmen, are sitting on top when it comes to the college basketball futures odds to win the 2019 national championship, but the Blue Devils have plenty of company when it comes to the chase for first place in all of college basketball. Here is an expert look at the latest odds to win the 2019 NCAA Basketball Championship.

Updated 2019 NCAA Basketball Championship Odds – January 14th Edition

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Duke

The top-ranked Blue Devils (14-1) have won 10 straight games and are averaging a stupendous 90.2 points per game to rank third nationally in scoring while limiting the opposition to just 65.1 points per game defensively (36th). No. 1 overall recruit R.J. Barrett is averaging a team-high 23.4 points per game even though athletic fellow forward Zion Williamson (20.3 ppg) is the one garnering the most national media attention. No. 3 overall recruit Cam Reddish (13.3 ppg) had his best game of the season this past weekend and hit the game-winning shot against Florida State to lift Duke to a thrilling 80-78 road win on Saturday. Right now, I’m thinking the only thing that could derail Duke’s national championship hopes is a lack of experience.

Gonzaga

Fifth-ranked Gonzaga (16-2) toyed with San Francisco en route to a commanding 96-83 win on Saturday. More importantly, the Bulldogs look like the kind of team that could very well beat Duke come tourney time. Gonzaga has a handful of likely NBA performers on their roster and they’re finally, fully healthy for the first time this season. The Bulldogs average a stellar 92.2 points per game to rank second nationally in scoring while limiting the opposition to just 68.5 points per game defensively (105th).

Michigan

No. 3 Michigan (17-0) might be offering the best betting value of any team on the board when you consider the Wolverines have the experience of reaching last season’s national championship game. This season, Michigan has quality wins over Villanova, No. 22 Indiana and No. 12 North Carolina, not to mention  the fact that the Wolverines have a defense that ranks third in points allowed (56.6 ppg). I love the fact that, while Michigan doesn’t have any superstar scorer, they share the ball as well as anyone and have one of the nation’s top backcourts in Charles Matthews and Jordan Poole.

Virginia

The first thing you should know about fourth-ranked Virginia (15-0) is that this is not last season and this is not the same squad that became the first No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 seed in NCAA Tournament history. The next thing you should know about Virginia is that they play the kind of defense that can beat anyone – and I do mean – anyone. The Cavaliers lead the nation in fewest points allowed (51.2 ppg) while ranking third in field goal defense and first in defending the three-point shot. More importantly, this season, Virginia is averaging a respectable 73.8 points per game while ranking a stellar 10th nationally in three-point shooting (39.9%). If any team can shut down Duke’s high-powered offense, it might be value-packed Virginia.

Kansas

Sure, No. 7 Kansas (14-2) got past Baylor 73-68 on Saturday to cash in as a 3.5-point road favorite, but right now, I just don’t see the Jayhawks challenging the very best teams in the country for the national championship. Yes, Kansas has two, next-level players in forward Dedric Lawson (19.3 ppg) and center Udoka Azubuike (70.5% FG), but I just can’t get past the Jayhawks’ pitiful performance in their stunning 77-60 blowout loss at Iowa State on Jan. 5, not to mention their uninspiring effort in their 80-76 road loss at Arizona State. Kansas generally improves as the season goes along, so, they could be a lot better moving forward, but again…right now, I’m saving my cash on Kansas, even as a +1200 pick to win it all.

Tennessee

I absolutely love No. 3 Tennessee (14-1) as a stunning +1400 pick to win the national championship this season even though the Volunteers clearly don’t get the same amount of national media attention as some of the other ballclubs at or near the top of the futures odds list. Tennessee pounded Florida en route to a 78-67 win over the Gators on Saturday after smacking Missouri senseless four days prior (87-63) and routing Georgia badly in their 96-50 spanking on Jan. 5. The  Volunteers have an explosive offense  that averages a stellar 85.8 points per game to rank 37th nationally in points allowed. The Vols also have a really good head coach in Bruce Pearl, a whopping five players that all average double figures in scoring and at least one potential NBA performer in forward Grant Williams (18.9 ppg)!

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Michigan State

The Spartans (15-2) might have lost a ton of talent to last year’s NBA Draft, but Tom Izzo has his team back amongst the top title contenders in the country. The Spartans average a stellar 85.5 points per game to rank 11th nationally in scoring while limiting the opposition to just 66.8 points per game defensively (71st). Michigan still has some likely next-level performers in guard Cassius Winston (17.6 ppg), forward nick ward (16.6 ppg) and guard Joshua Langford (15.0 ppg). Maybe it’s me, but I’d be very scared of the Spartans once March Madness rolls around.

Kentucky

No. 18 Kentucky (12-3) has a boatload of top-notch talent and the Wildcats are starting to look better with each passing game. The Wildcats are averaging a stellar 80.9 points per game (42nd) and limiting the opposition to just 68.7 points per contest defensively (115th). Four players are averaging double digits for John Calipari and I believe Kentucky is going to be really dangerous once March Madness rolls around.

Nevada

10th-ranked Nevada (16-1) is a team that I believe is offering stupendous value as a +1600 pick to win it all and one that could very well upset the entire apple cart once the national championship tournament gets underway. The Wolf Pack got past Fresno State 74-64 this past weekend to further distance themselves from their Jan. 5 loss to New Mexico. Nevada has a very competent offense that averages 80.7 points per game to rank 44th nationally in scoring while also being pretty elite at the other end of the court in limiting the opposition to just 66.4 points per game defensively (54th). The Wolf Pack have four double-digit scores and three players expected to reach the next level in Jordan Caroline (18.4 points, 9.8 rebounds per game) and twins, Caleb (17.9 ppg) and Cody Martin (11.4 ppg).

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The Duke Blue Devils and their gifted  trio of five-star freshmen, are sitting on top when it comes to the college basketball futures odds to win the 2019 national championship, but the Blue Devils have plenty of company when it comes to the chase for first place in all of college basketball. Here is an expert look at the latest Read More
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The start of the playoffs in the NFL is still a week away, but there are a few games in Week 17 that are basically as important as a playoff game. The outcome of these games will determine who is in and who is out when the postseason begins, which means that the pressure is going to be at the Read More
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Redskins vs Titans NFL Week 16 Odds & Pick for Saturday Afternoon

We have a Saturday doubleheader again this week in the NFL and it opens with the Washington Redskins visiting the Tennessee Titans. Both are currently outside the playoff field but still alive for a spot. The loser is toast, and that’s likely to be Washington as a double-digit dog at Mybookie Sportsbook. How to Bet Redskins vs Titans NFL Week Read More
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Titans vs Giants NFL Week 15 Spread & Expert Pick

Eli Manning and the New York Giants will look to stay hot when they host Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee Titans in a suddenly intriguing Week 15 matchup that will surely have postseason implications for both teams involved. Can Manning and the G-Men get the huge win at home to keep their faint playoff hopes alive or will Mariota and Read More
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Jaguars vs Titans NFL Week 14 Odds & Pick for Thursday Night

The Tennessee Titans sit 10th in the AFC standings at 6-6, but they still have a shot at a wild-card berth for the second year in a row. Those chances will be essentially gone should they lose Thursday night at home against 4-8 Jacksonville Jaguars. The Titans are just over field-goal MyBookie Sportsbook favorites. How to Bet Jaguars vs Titans Read More
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The New York Jets are just playing out the string as we enter Week 13 and it’s frankly better for their future to lose out. The Tennessee Titans, meanwhile, are still trying to stay in the AFC South race as well as in the wild-card hunt. They are one of the bigger Mybookie Sportsbook betting favorites Sunday. Jets vs Titans Read More
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How to Bet Titans at Texans NFL Week 12 Lines on Monday Night

Week 12 of the 2018 NFL season concludes from Houston as the Texans look to extend the longest winning streak in the AFC to eight games when they host AFC South rival Tennessee. The Titans look for the season sweep but are nearly TD betting underdogs at Mybookie Sportsbook and they might not have their starting QB.   How to Read More
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Titans vs Colts NFL Week 11 Lines & Prediction

The Titans look for their third straight victory on Sunday when they travel to Indianapolis to battle the AFC South rival Colts. Tennessee has played better than anyone imagined in their last couple of games. Can the Titans keep it going? Or, will Andrew Luck and the Colts hand the Titans a loss? Titans vs Colts NFL Week 11 Lines Read More
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The New England Patriots could be in for a letdown game on Sunday when they visit the Tennessee Titans in a rematch of last year’s divisional round. Then again, the Patriots catch a break with the Titans on a short week, and Mybookie.ag oddsmakers have the Pats as TD favorites. Patriots vs Titans NFL Week 10 Odds & Expert Prediction Read More
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