Oakland Raiders at Tennessee Titans at SBG Global

NFL betting on Friday, August 15th will be highlighted by the game on FOX television as the Tennessee Titans host the Oakland Raiders.

The game will showcase two exciting quarterbacks as Vince Young leads the Titans while JaMarcus Russell leads the Raiders.  The Titans will be football betting favorites in Week 2 NFL odds.

NFL betting stats show that the Raiders have been a good team to take under the total in the preseason recently.  Over the past three years the Raiders are 10-3 to the Under in NFL betting. NFL betting information tells us that the Raiders quarterback rotation has Russell playing into the second quarter with Marques Tuiasosopo and Andrew Walter getting play the rest of the game.  A lot is expected of the Raiders this season in NFL betting with a number of new starters including CB DeAngelo Hall and SS Gibril Wilson.  Running back Darren McFadden is the big addition to the offense and should be exciting to watch this season.

NFL betting stats show that Titans head coach Steve Fisher used to be great in the preseason but that has changed somewhat.  The Titans don’t have as much to prove in the preseason and are not the automatic bet they were in NFL betting in recent years.  The Titans quarterback rotation according to NFL betting information has Young going for a quarter or so followed by Kerry Collins, Ingle Martin and possibly Paul Thompson.  The Titans are set at many positions so the starters may not play as long as Oakland’s according to NFL betting information.

NFL betting stats show that the teams have met seven times in the regular season since 2001 with the Raiders holding the slight 4-3 football betting edge.  Football betting stats show that at Tennessee the Titans are 2-1 against the Raiders in NFL betting.  In regular season NFL Betting the two teams have scored a lot of points with five of the seven games going over the football betting total.  Week 2 NFL odds have higher football betting totals than in Week 1 since the offenses start to open things up a little bit more.