Tennessee titans vs seattle seahawks prediction


What can the Seattle Seahawks expect from the Tennessee Titans in Week 2?

The Seattle Seahawks will attempt to build onto their 28-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts when they host the Tennessee Titans in Week 2. The Titans will look to rebound from a disappointing 38-13 home loss to the Cardinals, where the offense could not get anything going.

Are the Tennessee Titans part of the National Football conversations?

Believe it or not, the Titans are a part of the national football conversations Unfortunately, it’s mostly for bad reasons. There’s no time to talk about any of that though. It’s time to turn the page on a devastating loss and move on to the Seattle Seahawks, or we’ll be talking about two straight losses to open the season before you know it.

How many times have the Seahawks won at home since 2012?

The Seahawks have won 76.9% of their home games since 2012 when Wilson entered the league. Take the SEAHAWKS (-280), although a better bet is on the spread.

How does the Titans defense compare to the Cardinals?

The Titans defense was one of the worst units last season in allowing 27.4 points per game and nearly 400 yards per game. That defense didn’t look improved against the Cardinals, who rolled up 448 yards and 38 points against them. Seattle’s offense is every bit as explosive as Arizona’s with RB Chris Carson, and WRs DK Metcalf and Lockett.


Who is favored to win Seahawks or Titans?

Titans odds from Caesars Sportsbook list Seattle as a six-point favorite. The over-under for total points is up to 54 after opening at 52.5.

Who is favored to win the Seahawks game?

The Seahawks have won three of the last matchups between the teams. Seattle is favored by 6.5 points in the latest Seahawks vs. Bears odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under is set at 41.5.

Who is favored in the Tennessee Titans game?

The Titans are four-point favorites in the latest Bengals vs. Titans odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under for total points scored is 48.5.

Who wins Titans vs Seahawks?

King Henry leads Titans’ late rally to stun Seahawks 33-30.

Are the Seahawks favored to win today?

The Seahawks are considered heavy favorites in this matchup (indicated by -185), requiring a $185 bet to win $100 (plus the initial bet back).

Do the Seahawks have a chance?

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Is Tennessee favored to win today?

Tennessee is a 5.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook.

Who will win the Super Bowl 2022?

The Los Angeles Rams are Super Bowl LVI champs, and we’re already looking ahead to the favorites for next year’s title game. Caesars Sportsbook says it’s the Kansas City Chiefs (13-2 odds), followed by the Buffalo Bills (7-1) and Rams (10-1).

How much are the Titans favored to win?

The Titans are considered favorites in this matchup (indicated by -145), requiring a $145 bet to win $100 (plus the initial bet back).

Have the Seahawks ever played the Titans?

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch gets into the endzone twice to help the Seattle Seahawks defeat the Tennessee Titans 20-13 on Sunday.

Do the Seahawks play the Titans this year?

Titans At Lumen Field. The 12s packed Lumen Field to watch the Seattle Seahawks take on the Tennessee Titans in the 2021 home opener on September 19.

Who does the Seahawks play in 2021?

The Seahawks’ first prime-time game of 2021 will be at Lumen Field, with the Rams coming to Seattle for Thursday Night Football in Week 5, then it’s back on the road for Seattle in Week 6 with a trip to Pittsburgh for a Sunday night game.

Money line

The Titans defense was one of the worst units last season in allowing 27.4 points per game and nearly 400 yards per game. That defense didn’t look improved against the Cardinals, who rolled up 448 yards and 38 points against them.

Against the spread

Tennessee is 7-11 ATS since the start of last season, including the playoffs. Seattle is 9-9 ATS overall but 6-3 ATS in home games in that same span.

Score Prediction – Seahawks 31 Titans 20

It wasn’t a great Week 1 for the Tennessee Titans. Tennessee was blown out by Arizona last week, as Kyler Murray dazzled in a 38-13 victory. The Titans will now have to face another team from the toughest division in football (the NFC West) when they head to the Emerald City to face the Seattle Seahawks.

Tennessee Titans vs. Seattle Seahawks Betting Analysis

Wilson and the Seahawks will be too much for the Titans this Sunday. Metcalf and Lockett should have little trouble getting open against this Tennessee secondary, and Gerald Everett is a red zone monster. Tannehill won’t be able to consistently take the top off the defense with Henry contained, stalling out the Titans’ offense.

Titans RB Derrick Henry OVER 20.5 rushing attempts (-111)

Henry didn’t get going in Week 1 and totaled just 17 carries for 58 yards. The star back is the player every team looks to tame when they meet the Titans.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson UNDER 25.5 completions (-141)

The Seahawks were dominant in Week 1, but that doesn’t necessarily translate to completions. Wilson completed over 25 passes just six times last season.

Titans QB Ryan Tannehill OVER 1.5 passing touchdowns (-114)

The Titans scored 13 points last week. With Jones coming over in the offseason and Brown still on the roster, Tannehill has the weapons on his side. Henry creates quite the distraction as well.

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The Tennessee Titans will meet the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field on Sunday for a Week 2 contest between two teams that had very different results in Week 1.

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Vinnie Iyer: Seahawks 31, Titans 27 – “The Titans have a problem. Their defense is relying on a youthful secondary behind a non-existent pass rush. They also are a game-script dependent offense, where they work only when Derrick Henry can get going running early or Ryan Tannehill can operate off play-action.

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The Tennessee Titans enter their Week 2 contest at Lumen Field against the Seattle Seahawks as massive underdogs, both in the eyes of Las Vegas and NFL experts.

Shaun Calderon’s prediction

The Titans head to Seattle to take on the Seahawks in what is sure to be a hostile environment. Mike Vrabel-led teams often respond well after getting punched in the mouth, and that’s what I see happening once again.

Mike Moraitis’ prediction

Since 2019, the Titans are 7-0 in games following a double-digit defeat, and four of those wins have come on the road. This is a team that routinely wins games nobody expects them to and this game certainly qualifies as one of those scenarios, especially after what we saw from the Titans in Week 1.


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