On Sunday afternoon, the Tennessee Titans (1-0, 1-0 ATS) head to Paul Brown Stadium to battle the Cincinnati Bengals (0-1, 0-1 ATS). Kickoff from Cincy is set for 1:00 PM. This game will be a rematch of their clash last season, which saw the Bengals knock off the Titans by a 35-6 final count as one-point chalks.
The week was filled with mixed results for HC Jeff Fischer and the Titans. They beat the Jaguars 17-10 as three-point home underdogs per the NFL betting line, and provided an easy pointspread victory for their football betting. Unfortunately, star QB Vince Young will be out for as much as the next month of the season with a knee injury.
Fischer will turn to back-up QB Kerry Collins to keep the team afloat this Sunday. Collins has only started four games since 2005 when he was the starting quarterback for the Oakland Raiders. The former Penn State quarterback had one start last year for Tennessee, and the Titans put 38 points up on the Houston Texans that day in its scintillating 38-36 victory.
Cincinnati had one of the most embarrassing outings of any team during the first week of the season. The Ravens were the worst team in the NFL last year in beating the football betting odds, but don’t tell that to NFL betting fans that backed the Bengals as short favorites in Baltimore last week.
QB Carson Palmer was held to just 99 passing yards by the stout Ravens ‘D’, and managed an embossing three points. The defense was the only unit to find the endzone in their 17-10 road loss. In spite of not having its starting quarterback, Sports-Gambling.com lists Tennessee as one-point road underdogs with a ‘total’ of 37.
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