The Titans offense adds the superstar receiver to an already impressive corp of talent that includes quarterback Ryan Tannehill, running back Derrick Henry and fellow receiver A.J. Brown. That aresenal with Jones now incoming was enough to shake up Super Bowl futures.
Tennessee moved from +4000 to hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy to now +2500, tied for the ninth choice on the board with the Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks.
That change in odds represents a move from 2.4% implied probability to win the Super Bowl to a 3.8% chance. That doesn’t sound like much, but in terms of potential payout, a $100 bet just got $1500 less lucrative if the Titans are crowned champions. The best available Super Bowl futures price for the Titans is .
Titans Super Bowl odds weren’t the only Tennessee futures to change.
In AFC South futures, the Colts were -106 favorites before the trade with the Titans a +130 second choice. Tennessee is now a co-favorite at DK with Indianapolis to win the division at +110, each having an implied probability of 47.6%. So with Julio Jones going to the Titans, oddsmakers essentially see the AFC South as a coinflip. The best available price across legal sportsbooks on the Titans to win the division is that price.
Meanwhile, the Falcons saw a shift in price for their win total for 2021. Before the trade, DraftKings Sportsbook had Atlanta projected for 7.5 wins with the over juiced to -137 and under at +113. The Falcons are still at 7.5 wins post-trade but with an over now at . Odds to win the NFC South now sit at , third choice behind the heavily favored Buccaneers and Saints.
Here’s how the rest of Titans futures moved after the Julio Jones trade:
|Market||Odds Before Trade||Odds After Trade|
|Win Total||9 (Over -110)||10 (Under -159)|
|To Make Playoffs||-118||-167|