Hall of Fame Game odds at the sportsbook favor the Titans by just over a field goal in this game.
Hall of Fame Game betting should be interesting as Terrell Owens makes his debut with the Bills after coming over in the off-season from the Dallas Cowboys. Hall of Fame Game betting should be colorful as well since both teams will be playing in throwback uniforms. The Titans, who used to be the Houston Oilers, will wear the Oilers 1960 uniforms.
Hall of Fame Game betting stats tell us that each team is appearing in the game for the third time. Neither team has had any success in Hall of Fame Game odds as they are both 0-2. Buffalo last played in the game in 1989 and was blown out in Hall of Fame Game betting, losing 31-6 to the Washington Redskins. The Bills also lost 21-13 to the St. Louis Cardinals in 1974 in Hall of Fame Game betting. The Titans’ only two appearances in Hall of Fame betting came as the Oilers. The team lost to the New York Giants, 21-20 in 1985 and to the Los Angeles Rams, 17-6, in 1971 Hall of Fame Game odds. The AFC has won two of the last three games in Hall of Fame Game betting. Last year though it was the Redskins defeating the Colts in Hall of Fame Game betting with a big second half rally. The game also went over the Hall of Fame Game betting total.
Sports betting information shows that the 2009 Hall of Fame Class will have Bob Hayes, Randall McDaniel, Bruce Smith, Derrick Thomas, Ralph Wilson, Jr., and Rod Woodson inducted a day before the Hall of Fame Game.
Hall of Fame Game betting usually comes down to second and third string players since the starters for each team don’t play long. That is one reason the Titans are favored in Hall of Fame Game odds at the sportsbook. They have the deeper roster and more talent than the Bills. Buffalo has some good front line players but their overall depth is an issue and that could come into play in this Hall of Fame Game betting matchup.
Take a look at the Hall of Fame Game betting line and make your wagers today.