Gambling in sports handicappers recalled that in the 2008 sports book gambling season Tennessee was the top seed in the AFC playoffs before suffering an upset loss to Baltimore. The Titans were a pre season gambling in sports favorite for 2009 but quickly destroyed themselves with that horrible start to the sports book gambling season.
They finally crashed a humiliating 0-59 online sports gambling loss at New England, which preceded a bye week. Heading into their first gambling in sports matchup after the bye, owner Bud Adams demanded that Vince Young replace Kerry Collins at quarterback.
The change worked as the Titans finished with 8 gambling in sports wins in their final 10 games to finish with a record of 8-8 straight up and 6-10 against the spread. Young had a solid gambling in sports season and is now firmly ensconced as the starter. A bigger problem than quarterback for the Titans was their defense, however.
Tennessee finished the 2009 gambling in sports season with the 28th ranked defense in the NFL. Head coach Jeff Fisher expects the AFC South Division to be improved for the 2010 gambling in sports season with defending AFC champion Indianapolis, Houston, and Jacksonville all looking to contend for the playoffs.
“I see the division having improved,” said Fisher. “The Colts should be better when you look at the injuries they had to overcome this year. And I saw big improvement in the Texans with Matt Schaub under center. And then there’s Jacksonville, which is a young team that will always make some noise as long as Jack Del Rio is coaching.”
Only Jacksonville finished the 2009 gambling in sports season with a losing record at 7-9. Houston nearly made the playoffs for the first time ever. Tennessee will look to bulk up their defensive line at the NFL draft as they believe there are many outstanding prospects that are available.