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Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds

NFL News - August 19th, 2009 - Written by Bruce

The Tennessee Titans went into the playoffs last year with the best record in the NFL at 13-3. The Titans won their first ten games of the season, before stumbling a bit down the stretch ultimately losing in the Divisional round of the playoffs. The 2009 Tennessee Titans are looking to put their disappointing finish to last year behind them, and once again prove they are one of the NFL's elite this season. Tennessee will be hoping to repeat as AFC South champions this year, but they will have to get past a very competitive division. The Titans are led on offense by their potent running attack featuring the duo of Chris Johnson and LenDale White. Quarterback Kerry Collins is coming off of a successful season last year when he threw for 2700 yards and 12 touchdowns. More importantly, he did a good job of protecting the ball as the Titans lean heavily on their running game and defense. The 2010 Super Bowl Odds have the Tennessee Titans listed at 20:1 this year. To learn more about the 2010 Super Bowl Odds, be sure to check out BetUS sportsbook.

In the first game last season, Kerry Collins replaced an injured Vince Young as the Titan's starting quarterback. Tennessee went on to win their first ten games of the season, and Collins never relinquished his starting job. He will enter the 2009 NFL Season as the team's starting quarterback, but a healthy Young will be waiting in the wings if Collins falters. No matter which of two is under center, the Titans will not ask much of them as they rely heavily on their rushing attack. As a rookie last year, Chris Johnson made an immediate impact rushing for 1,228 yards. Johnson may be the fastest player in the league, and his quickness should make him a nightmare for defenses this season. LenDale White was also effective last year rushing for 15 touchdowns. White showed that he is one of the NFL's top short yardage running backs. The 2009 Tennessee Titans do not have many weapons in the passing game, but it may not matter if their rushing attack is as effective as a season ago.

The Tennessee Titans had one of the NFL's top defenses last year. They finished the season only allowing 14.6 points per game, which was the second fewest in the NFL. This off season, the Titans lost their biggest force on defense in DT Albert Haynesworth. He is regarded as the best 4-3 defensive tackle in the league, and the Titans will surely miss him this season. Even with Haynesworth's loss, the 2009 Tennessee Titans defense should once again be a major force this year. Linebacker Keith Bullock and defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch will lead a tenacious front seven for the Titans. In the secondary, Michael Griffin and Cortland Finnegan lead a talented unit. The Titans defense may drop off slightly with loss of Albert Haynsworth this off season, but they should once again give opposing offenses fits in 2009.

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