NFL gambling fans were stunned, however, when Tennessee was upset at home against the NFL lines by the Baltimore Ravens. A big reason for the failure was offense. Offense was not a NFL gambling asset for the Titans last year as it was their defense that led them to success against the NFL lines.
Tennessee had a solid rushing attack but the passing attack left a lot to be desired and was pointed out as a reason for their NFL gambling exit from the post season. Kerry Collins is currently number one on the NFL gambling depth chart as Tennessee’s starting quarterback.
He finished last year with 2676 yards passing and a 12/7 touchdown/interception ratio. Collins had a mediocre 80.2 quarterback rating and was not effective in his start against the Ravens in the NFL gambling post season as he was 26-42 for 281 yards with 0 touchdowns and 1 interception.
Collins could feel some NFL gambling heat from not only fans and gamblers but also from backup quarterback Vince Young. Last year Young had a rough season with just a 64.5 quarterback rating but the 4 year pro out of Texas is still considered to be full of potential and with a promising NFL gambling future.
If Collins falters Young will step in and he will see a good chunk of action in the NFL gambling preseason. Running back Chris Johnson was the main offensive asset for the Titans last year. The 2 year pro out of East Carolina had 1228 yards and 9 touchdowns with a 4.9 yards per carry average.
He was strong in the playoffs as he had 72 yards on just 11 carries with a touchdown and caught 1 pass for 28 yards as well. Johnson has been an effective receiver as he caught 43 passes last year.
Justin Gage proved to be the top breakaway receiving threat for the Titans in 2008 as he had 34 catches for 6 touchdowns and a 19.1 yards per catch average. He is a 7 year pro out of Mizzou.
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