Titans Super Bowl Odds Skyrocket Heading into AFC Championship

Zach Brunner
Derrick Henry has ran for 180+ yards in three straight games.
Derrick Henry has ran for 180+ yards in three straight games. / Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Heading into the NFL Playoffs as the ultimate underdogs, claiming the No 6 seed in the AFC, the Tennessee Titans were viewed as long shots to win the Super Bowl, getting just +5000 odds to win it all.

Tennessee Titans' Odds to Win the Super Bowl

After two big upsets, the Titans' Super Bowl odds skyrocketed to +550 before taking a slight step back to +650 on Sunday evening after learning their AFC Championship Game opponent will be the Kansas City Chiefs, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Led by the league's leading rusher in Derrick Henry, the Titans opened the playoffs by knocking off the reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. Henry ran for 182 yards and dominated New England for four quarters.

In the Divisional Round, the Titans were heavy underdogs against the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens. They again pulled together and played a clean game, pulling off the upset win, 28-12. Henry continued running over defenders, finishing with 195 rushing yards, while also throwing a Tim Tebow-like jump pass for a touchdown.

They were once the underdogs, but are now viewed as legitimate contenders to win it all. In order to make it to the Super Bowl, they will hit the road yet again to play the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City at 3:05 p.m. EST next Sunday. The Titans defeated the Chiefs, 35-32, when these two teams met in Nashville earlier this season in Week 10.

The Titans currently trail the Chiefs (+125), San Francisco 49ers (+145) and Packers (+500) in their odds to win the Super Bowl.

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