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Chicago Bears vs. Tennessee Titans Week 9 Betting Odds, Prop Bets

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Nov/07/2020

The Tennessee Titans are a -6.5 favorite versus Chicago.

Only a few weeks ago, the Tennessee Titans were 5-0 and the Chicago Bears were 5-1.

The teams were in control of their divisions and looking to secure positioning for a serious playoff run.

Suddenly, they meet Sunday in Nashville in desperate need of a rebound.

''We're an elite team, and we can play at a high level," Bears defensive tackle Akiem Hicks said. "The consistency behind that is something we need to improve throughout the course of the game.''

While a serious playoff run isn't out of question for either team after back-to-back losses, recent failures are placing real importance on the teams' meeting Sunday in Nashville.

Tennessee (5-2) is making changes to a defense that is becoming a bigger liability with each game. The Titans cut defensive back Johnathan Joseph and traded for Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Desmond King, while also cutting ties with linebacker Vic Beasley, a pass-rusher who did next to nothing in his five games with the team.

"Not every decision that we make works out," said general manager Jon Robinson of Beasley. "We spent a lot of time working with him, trying to get him going. ... At the end of the day, we felt this was best for the football team."

Last week's 31-20 loss in Cincinnati shined a brighter light on a defense that isn't ready for prime time by a long shot. Tennessee put little pressure on rookie quarterback Joe Burrow, failing to record a sack, and allowed the Bengals to convert 10 of 15 third downs.

Getting off the field has been a struggle of horrific proportions for the AFC South co-leaders. Opponents are cashing in on nearly 62 percent of their third down plays, the worst ratio for an NFL team since 1991.

"Put it all on me - that's my job," said Titans coach Mike Vrabel. "My job is to make sure that we go out there, and that we have the details covered and that the plays we are calling, every player on our team knows what is expected of them. When we lose, put it on me."

The Bears are 5-3 and have been anything but consistent.

Chicago was able to move the ball a bit better last week, but still fell 26-23 at home to New Orleans on Wil Lutz's 35-yard field goal with 1:40 left in overtime. Nick Foles threw for 272 yards and two touchdowns, while David Montgomery supplied 89 yards on 21 rushes, including a season-high 38-yard run in the second quarter.

"There were spurts that we were better," Bears coach Matt Nagy said. "We took some shots. We were able to take advantage of some of them and make them happen. Being able to score and force overtime was great."

But as Nagy also acknowledges, Chicago must find a rhythm. Its offense ranks 28th in points per game (20.1), 28th in yards per game (332.0) and 31st in rushing yards per game (85.6).

Or to put it another way, Tennessee running back Derrick Henry out-rushes the Bears by himself on a per-game basis. Henry's 775 yards leads the NFL by 123 over Minnesota's Dalvin Cook, and his eight running touchdowns trail only Cook's 10 in the league.

Consistency might be fleeting for the Bears considering the health issues at hand. Nagy allowed Wednesday that he needs a contingency plan for his contingency plan on the offensive line.

With injuries and illness stacking up, only left tackle Charles Leno was on the practice field Wednesday while the rest of the starting line worked to get healthy. To make matters worse, the Bears' top two reserves -- tackle Jason Spriggs went on the COVID/reserve list, guard Rashaad Coward has a knee issue -- are nowhere near given for this week.

"It was just stepping in the huddle and making sure that guys are relaxed and loose because I know it's not an easy situation," Foles said of practicing without his key linemen. "All of a sudden you're stepping [in] and you're playing. I get it, and maybe you're in a different role. Been there, done that. I think the most important thing is just to know that, 'Hey, there's going to be a calmness in the huddle and we're going to be in this together. And if we make a mistake, it's going to be all right."

This will be the 13th meeting of the franchises, dating back to the Titans' previous existence as the Houston Oilers. Each team has six wins, with Tennessee prevailing 27-21 in 2016 during their last matchup.

Attendance at Nissan Stadium will be limited to about 14,000 due to COVID-19 concerns.

Prop Bets

Bears @ Titans Sun, Nov 08, 2020 EST

Rot Nick Foles (CHI) Total Completions Moneyline
701 Over  23½  Completions -145
702 Under  23½  Completions +115
Must Start
Rot Nick Foles (CHI) Total Passing Yards Moneyline
703 Over  265½  Passing Yards -115
704 Under  265½  Passing Yards -115
Must Start
Rot Nick Foles (CHI) Total Touchdown Passes Moneyline
705 Over  1½  Touchdown Passes -115
706 Under  1½  Touchdown Passes -115
Must Start
Rot David Montgomery (CHI) Total Rushing Yards Moneyline
707 Over  58½  Rushing Yards -115
708 Under  58½  Rushing Yards -115
Must Play
Rot David Montgomery (CHI) Total Receptions Moneyline
709 Over  3½  Receptions -170
710 Under  3½  Receptions +140
Must Play
Rot David Montgomery (CHI) Total Rushing + Receiving Yards Moneyline
711 Over  87½  Rush+Receiving Yards -115
712 Under  87½  Rush+Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Allen Robinson (CHI) Total Receptions Moneyline
713 Over  5½  Receptions -160
714 Under  5½  Receptions +130
Must Play
Rot Allen Robinson (CHI) Total Receiving Yards Moneyline
715 Over  76½  Receiving Yards -115
716 Under  76½  Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Anthony Miller (CHI) Total Receptions Moneyline
717 Over  3½  Receptions Ev
718 Under  3½  Receptions -130
Must Play
Rot Anthony Miller (CHI) Total Receiving Yards Moneyline
719 Over  42½  Receiving Yards -115
720 Under  42½  Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Jimmy Graham (CHI) Total Receptions Moneyline
721 Over  3½  Receptions -115
722 Under  3½  Receptions -115
Must Play
Rot Jimmy Graham (CHI) Total Receiving Yards Moneyline
723 Over  34½  Receiving Yards -115
724 Under  34½  Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Ryan Tannehill (TEN) Total Completions Moneyline
801 Over  20½  Completions -115
802 Under  20½  Completions -115
Must Start
Rot Ryan Tannehill (TEN) Total Passing Yards Moneyline
803 Over  249½  Passing Yards -115
804 Under  249½  Passing Yards -115
Must Start
Rot Ryan Tannehill (TEN) Total Touchdown Passes Moneyline
805 Over  1½  Touchdown Passes -215
806 Under  1½  Touchdown Passes +175
Must Start
Rot Derrick Henry (TEN) Total Rushing Yards Moneyline
807 Over  95½  Rushing Yards -115
808 Under  95½  Rushing Yards -115
Must Play
Rot A J Brown (TEN) Total Receptions Moneyline
809 Over  4½  Receptions -150
810 Under  4½  Receptions +120
Must Play
Rot A J Brown (TEN) Total Receiving Yards Moneyline
811 Over  60½  Receiving Yards -115
812 Under  60½  Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot Corey Davis (TEN) Total Receptions Moneyline
813 Over  4½  Receptions -145
814 Under  4½  Receptions +115
Must Play
Rot Corey Davis (TEN) Total Receiving Yards Moneyline
815 Over  65½  Receiving Yards -115
816 Under  65½  Receiving Yards -115
Must Play
Rot First To Score Moneyline
1001 Bears     +130
1002 Titans     -160
 
Rot Score in 1st 6½ min Moneyline
1003 Yes     -120
1004 No     -110
 
Rot First Score of the Game Moneyline
1005 TD     -165
1006 Any Other Score     +135
 
Rot First Scoring Play Moneyline
1007 Bears TD     +230
1008 Bears FG     +350
1009 Bears Any Other Score     +5000
1010 Titans TD     +140
1011 Titans FG     +325
1012 Titans Any Other Score     +5000
 
Rot Will there be a Defensive or Special Teams TD Moneyline
1013 Yes     +200
1014 No     -250
 
Rot Total TDs in the Game Moneyline
1015 Over  5½  TDs +110
1016 Under  5½  TDs -140
 
Rot Total FGs Scored in the Game Moneyline
1017 Over  3½  FGs Ev
1018 Under  3½  FGs -130
 
Rot Longest TD in the Game Moneyline
1019 Over  40½  Yards -115
1020 Under  40½  Yards -115
 
Rot Shortest TD in the Game Moneyline
1021 Over  1½  Yards -110
1022 Under  1½  Yards -120
 
Rot Longest FG Scored in the Game Moneyline
1023 Over  46½  Yards -115
1024 Under  46½  Yards -115
If there is no FG attempted and or made, the Under will count as a winner.
Rot A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times Moneyline
1025 Yes     -220
1026 No     +180
 
Rot Team To Score Longest TD Moneyline
1027 Bears     +145
1028 Titans     -175
 
Rot Team To Score Longest FG Moneyline
1029 Bears     -115
1030 Titans     -115
 
Rot Team Scoring 1st Wins Game Moneyline
1031 Yes     -175
1032 No     +145
 
Rot Team to Call 1st Timeout Moneyline
1033 Bears     -115
1034 Titans     -115
 
Rot Double Result Moneyline
1035 Bears/Bears     +300
1036 Bears/Tie     +3500
1037 Bears/Titans     +450
1038 Tie/Bears     +2000
1039 Tie/Tie     +4000
1040 Tie/Titans     +1100
1041 Titans/Bears     +900
1042 Titans/Tie     +3500
1043 Titans/Titans     -125
1st Half Result / End of Regulation Result. Overtime not included.
Rot Race To 10 Points Moneyline
1044 Bears     +140
1045 Titans     -220
1046 Neither     +7000
 
Rot Will the Game go to Overtime Moneyline
1047 Yes     +800
1048 No     -1800
 
Rot Highest Scoring Half Moneyline
1049 1st Half     -125
1050 2nd Half     -115
1051 Tie     +1700
OT Not Included
Rot Highest Scoring Quarter Moneyline
1052 1st Quarter     +450
1053 2nd Quarter     +170
1054 3rd Quarter     +425
1055 4th Quarter     +200
1056 Tie     +750
 
Rot Winning Margin Moneyline
1057 Bears to win by 1-3 pts     +1000
1058 Bears to win by 4-6 pts     +1500
1059 Bears to win by 7-10 pts     +1100
1060 Bears to win by 11-13 pts     +2500
1061 Bears to win by 14-17 pts     +2000
1062 Bears to win by 18-21 pts     +2500
1063 Bears to win by 22 or more pts     +1700
1064 Titans to win by 1-3 pts     +450
1065 Titans to win by 4-6 pts     +650
1066 Titans to win by 7-10 pts     +450
1067 Titans to win by 11-13 pts     +1000
1068 Titans to win by 14-17 pts     +700
1069 Titans to win by 18-21 pts     +950
1070 Titans to win by 22 or more pts     +350
 
Rot Total Points Scored Moneyline
1071 00-14 Points     +4500
1072 15-21 Points     +1800
1073 22-28 Points     +800
1074 29-35 Points     +450
1075 36-42 Points     +350
1076 43-49 Points     +350
1077 50-56 Points     +400
1078 57-63 Points     +550
1079 64-70 Points     +900
1080 71-77 Points     +1500
1081 78 or More Points     +1800
 
Rot 1st Half Total TDs Scored Moneyline
1082 Over  2½  TDs -120
1083 Under  2½  TDs -110
 
Rot 1st Half Total FGs Scored Moneyline
1084 Over  1½  FGs -110
1085 Under  1½  FGs -120
 
Rot Score in Last 2 min of the 1st Half Moneyline
1086 Yes     -300
1087 No     +225

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