Tennessee Titans Hall of Fame Game Betting

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

Hall of Fame Game betting odds at the sportsbook favor the Tennessee Titans as they open up the NFL preseason against the Buffalo Bills.

The Titans were the best team in the regular season last year, finishing with a 13-3 record but lost in the playoffs.  Hall of Fame Game odds at the sports book should be popular with the game televised on Sunday, August 9th on NBC.

Hall of Fame Game betting has seen the AFC win two of the last three Hall of Fame games although the Washington Redskins did win last year against the Indianapolis Colts.  The Titans have a lot of positives going for them in Hall of Fame Game betting.  They have the coaching edge with Jeff Fisher against Dick Jauron.  They have the better quarterback situation as well in Hall of Fame Game betting.  With Kerry Collins and Vince Young getting playing time, the Titans are better off in Hall of Fame Game odds than the Bills who have Trent Edwards and nothing else.  The Titans also have Patrick Ramsey and he could be a big edge in Hall of Fame Game betting for the Titans.

Hall of Fame Game betting could be interesting on the Titans as they have some new players to work into the mix in 2009. They signed free agent wide receiver Nate Washington and took wide receiver Kenny Britt in the first round of the NFL Draft.   The Titans are loaded at running back as well as Hall of Fame Game betting stats indicate with Chris Johnson and LenDale White.  Rookie Javon Ringer also looks good and could impact the Hall of Fame Game betting results.

The defense did lose Albert Haynesworth but they could be underrated this season.  The team still has Kyle Vanden Bosch and Jevon Kearse.  Keith Bulluck and David Thornton are excellent linebackers and the secondary is young and talented and they could impact Hall of Fame Game odds.  The backups are not as good though so they should get some work in this Hall of Fame Game betting matchup.  Look for players like DeMarcus Faggins and rookies Ryan Mouton and Jason McCourty to see a lot of action in this Hall of Fame Game betting matchup. The Titans also have one of the best kickers in the game in Rod Bironas.

It is very easy to make a case for taking Tennessee in Hall of Fame Game betting. They are more talented than the Bills pretty much all the way down the line and they are deserving favorite in Hall of Fame Game odds.

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