Odds NFL factors for 2009 include a solid veteran roster that should again make Tennessee one of the top potential football gambling values on the board. One potential odds NFL question mark for the Titans, however, is at quarterback.
Kerry Collins enters the preseason as the starter but could face a challenge during the football gambling preseason from Vince Young. Last year Collins finished with an 80.2 quarterback rating against the odds NFL with 12 touchdown passes and 7 interceptions. The erratic Collins threw for 2676 yards against the odds NFL in 2008.
Collins faded badly against the odds NFL down the stretch, however, and was ineffective in the Titans’ upset home playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens as the number one seeded team in the AFC. Collins is a 15 year pro out of Penn State.
Young is a 4 year pro out of Texas and enters the 2009 odds NFL campaign as a disappointment for his career thus far. Young has thrown for a career quarterback rating of just 69 against the odds NFL with a poor 22/32 touchdown/interception ratio.
He was the Titans starting quarterback against the odds NFL in 2006 and 2007 so if Collins falters at all Young will be ready to take the reigns. Young should also give Tennessee quite an advantage in the preseason as he is an experienced and motivated quarterback that should get a fair amount of snaps.
Running back Chris Johnson was a workhorse for the Titans last year as he ran for 1228 yards and 9 touchdowns with a 4.9 yards per carry average. He is a two year pro out of East Carolina and was the Titans top draft pick in 2008.
LenDale White served as something of a designated touchdown scorer as he had 15 TD’s last year with 773 yards and a 3.9 yards per carry average. White and Johnson should make life easier for whoever the quarterback is as the effective rushing attack should keep defenses honest.
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