What Are the Titans Payout Odds to Win 2018 Super Bowl Post Regular Season?

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Jan/06/2018

The Tennessee Titans will pay out $8000 for every $100 bet should they win the 2018 Super Bowl.

The Titans last Super Bowl appearance was in 1999 when they lost to the Rams, another team playing in Saturday's Wildcard Playoffs (against last year's Super Bowl losers, the Atlanta Falcons).  Tennessee lost to the Rams in the 1999 Super Bowl. 

The Titans (formerly the Houston Oilers) have never won a Super Bowl as a member of the National Football League.

Tennessee staggered into the 2018 post season, losing three of their last four games but finishing 9-7 Straight Up on the season.  They were an +8.5 to +9 underdog at some books against Kansas City in their Wildcard Playoffs game.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

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