The Denver Broncos (3-5) travel to the Tennessee Titans (5-3) on Sunday, November 13 at 1:00 p.m. ET. The Broncos Titans spread has Tennessee as a favorite, with a moneyline of . The Broncos moneyline is to win the game. The projected point total sits at . It is easily the lowest Over/Under of any game on the Week 10 odds board.
In this article, we will break down everything you need to know about betting on the game, including key metrics, weather, and the best available odds.
Broncos vs. Titans betting odds
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A bet on the spread takes into account how many points a team will win or lose by. The underdog will always have a “plus” sign in front of the spread, while the favorite will always have a minus sign. These numbers refer to the potential return on any given bet. For this game, the Titans need to win by 3 or more points to cover the spread, while the Broncos need to lose by 3 or less points to cover theirs.
The total is the number of combined points between both teams. Bettors can choose to bet “over” or “under” that projected point total.
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Broncos vs. Titans player props
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Broncos vs. Titans betting news & angles
Broncos vs. Titans weather
The forecast in Nashville calls for 45 degrees and 7 mph winds at kickoff.
Titans Vs. Broncos Weather
A high temperature of 40 degrees Fahrenheit, with clear sky and 7 mph winds, are the expected conditions at Nissan Stadium on Sunday (as of 8:12 PM on November 12).
Titans Vs. Broncos Injury Report
|Player||Pos.||Injury||Status||Avg. Snap Count|
|Player||Pos.||Injury||Status||Avg. Snap Count|
|Lloyd Cushenberry III||C||Groin||Out||62.8|
Titans Offense Vs. Broncos Defense
|Titans Offense||Stats (Rank)||Broncos Defense|
|18.6 (24)||Points/Gm||16.5 (2)|
|0.3 (18)||Points/Play||0.3 (2)|
|278.5 (32)||Yards/Gm||288.4 (2)|
|136.3 (31)||Pass Yards/Gm||165.8 (1)|
|142.3 (8)||Rush Yards/Gm||122.6 (21)|
|5.0 (24)||Yards/Play||4.5 (1)|
|6.2 (19)||Yards/Pass||4.7 (1)|
|4.6 (15)||Yards/Rush||4.9 (26)|
|33.0% (29)||3rd Down %||34.2% (7)|
|78.9% (1)||Red Zone %||26.3% (1)|
|9 (7)||Turnovers||9 (19)|
|20 (16)||Sacks||24 (9)|
Broncos Offense Vs. Titans Defense
|Broncos Offense||Stats (Rank)||Titans Defense|
|15.1 (30)||Points/Gm||19.8 (10)|
|0.2 (30)||Points/Play||0.3 (2)|
|328.9 (20)||Yards/Gm||363.3 (23)|
|220.5 (19)||Pass Yards/Gm||275.6 (30)|
|108.4 (21)||Rush Yards/Gm||87.6 (2)|
|5.2 (23)||Yards/Play||5.6 (19)|
|6.4 (14)||Yards/Pass||6.8 (20)|
|4.1 (23)||Yards/Rush||4.1 (5)|
|29.2% (31)||3rd Down %||28.6% (1)|
|35.0% (32)||Red Zone %||52.0% (11)|
|9 (7)||Turnovers||12 (12)|
|24 (24)||Sacks||23 (11)|
Broncos vs. Titans betting insights
Why the Broncos can cover the spread
Denver’s offense finally showed signs of life in last week’s win over the Jaguars. They scored 21 points, second most this season, and finally started converting opportunities into touchdowns. Their Red Zone TD percentage still ranks last in the NFL at 35 percent, but that number has gone up steadily over the last few weeks.
Why the Titans can cover the spread
Tennessee is 6-2 against the spread, tied for the best mark in the NFL. They run the ball extremely well, and are able to play most games at their pace. The Titans also rank first in defensive DVOA, and they will face one of the worst NFL offenses this Sunday in the Broncos.
Reasons to bet the over
The projected point total of 38.5 is by far the lowest of any Week 10 game, and is one of the lowest Over/Unders of the entire NFL season. The Broncos offense will try to build off last week’s win, where they scored over 20 points for just the second time this season.
Reasons to bet the under
The under has hit in 7 out of 8 Broncos games this year. Simply put, their offense is bad and their defense is great. The under has also hit in 6 out of 8 Titans games. While their offense is slightly less inept than Denver’s, Tennessee has scored less than 20 points in three consecutive games.
Broncos games seem to have a low Over/Under every week, and the under has hit in 87.5 percent of their games. Even with a projected point total of 38.5, there could be value in the under. Considering Tennessee quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s health is still in question, the Over/Under could drop even further if it is announced that he will miss Sunday’s game. If Tannehill can’t play, Malik Willis would be expected to start for the Titans.
Derrick Henry has been hitting his stride the last few weeks. Tennessee’s star running back now has five consecutive games rushing for over 100 yards, averaging 154 yards over his last three games. The Broncos run defense has been dominant for much of the season, but they did allow 212 rushing yards in a game earlier this season to the Raiders.