Super Bowl XLV Odds
Coming off of a split season, the Tennessee Titans Super Bowl XLV Odds are nothing that one would deem terrible. Their 8-8 record for the 2009 season ended on a relative high note, as they had won 8 out of their ten final games after coming out of their bye week. They had a rough battle, but they are aiming to improve and return to their 2008 record of 13-3 or even better. Though they did not make it to the play offs due to a loss to the Chargers in week 16, the Titans have made some improvements over the offseason. Derrick Morgan, Damian Williams, and Rennie Curran will be added to the roster.
The Super Bowl XLV Odds for Tennessee Titans are set at 28/1 through most of the online sportsbooks. Their chase to the Super Bowl begins with their first game at home against the Raiders, followed by a game against the Steelers, who will lack a Ben Roethlisberger. Their bye week is right in the middle of the season, so they will have relative equal rest in both halves of the season. They will not have to contend with the Colts until the end of the season. The Cowboys will also serve to keep them away from the playoffs. The Titans would be earning their first Super Bowl Championship if they come through on the Tennessee Titans Super Bowl XLV Odds.
2010 Tennessee Titans Team Report