The NFL continues with Week 10 games on Sunday, November 13, and this conference clash is one of them, so make sure you read the best Broncos vs. Titans betting pick and odds.
Tennessee will be trying to return to winning ways when they welcome Denver at Nissan Stadium. The Titans are -2.5 favorites on BetDSI Sportsbook, while the total is set at 36.5 points. These AFC rivals will meet for the first time since 2020.
Broncos finally snapped a losing streak
The Denver Broncos (3-5-0, 3-5-0 ATS) snapped a four-game losing run with a 21-17 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in London, UK. Three of those four defeats were one-possession games, so this win could boost the Broncos’ morale for the remainder of the season. Denver trailed 10-0 early on but came from behind to take a 14-10 lead, while Latavius Murray scored a game-winning TD in the final two minutes.
Russell Wilson experienced a rough start as he threw for an interception in the opening quarter, but played much better since and completed 18 of 30 passes for 252 yards and a touchdown. Jerry Jeudy was on the receiving end of that lone TD pass from Wilson, while Greg Dulcich led all the receivers with a career-high 87 yards on four catches. Latavius Murray and Melvin Gordon III each scored a rushing touchdown. On defense, Josey Jewell was solid with a game-high nine tackles.
DE Randy Gregory (knee), CB Ronald Darby (ACL), T Garett Bolles (leg), WR Tim Patrick (knee), and RB Javonte Williams (knee) are out indefinitely. T Cameron Fleming (quad), WR KJ Hamler (hamstring), WR Tyrie Cleveland (groin), CB Essang Bassey (hamstring), LB Baron Browning (hip), and S Caden Sterns (hip) are questionable to feature on Sunday against Tennessee.
Titans fell short of the Chiefs in OT
The Tennessee Titans (5-3-0, 6-2-0 ATS) responded to a couple of losses in the opening two weeks with four consecutive wins, but they couldn’t make it five in a row as the Kansas City Chiefs beat them in overtime. Tennessee had a 17-9 lead in Kansas City until the final three minutes when the hosts tied the game to force OT, and then Harrison Butker scored a field goal to make it 20-17 for the Chiefs. The Titans didn’t deserve to win by any means given the Chiefs were better in total yards (499-229), first downs (29-9), and possession (41:28-26:23).
Malik Willis completed just five of 16 passes for 80 yards and added 40 rushing yards on eight carries. Derrick Henry had another Pro Bowl display on the ground as he led all the runners with 115 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 17 rush attempts. Tennessee’s defense did a good job when it comes to pass rush and had four sacks, two of which came by the hands of Denico Autry. Kevin Byard and David Long Jr. combined for 22 tackles.
LB Harold Landry III (ACL) and T Jamarco Jones (triceps) are unavailable for the Titans. QB Ryan Tannehill (ankle), LB Bud Dupree (hip), LB Zach Cunningham (elbow), and S Amani Hooker (shoulder) are questionable to take on Denver on Sunday.
- 7-1 ATS in the last eight games against Tennessee
Denver Broncos vs. Tennessee Titans Pick
Tennessee is not a dangerous team on offense without Ryan Tannehill, who is way better than rookie Malik Willis, who struggled against Kansas City. In case Tannehill misses the third consecutive game, which is a possibility, I think the Broncos could get a win. Denver has the best pass defense in the NFL which allows 165.8 yards per game, but we already know that the Titans are going to use Derrick Henry a lot in this game, just like they did throughout the season. Tennessee has the second-worst pass offense, so that’s not an option here. Russell Wilson played well in his latest start, and I am backing him to lead the Broncos to a victory on Sunday. Henry is going to trouble Denver’s run offense, there is no doubt about it, but I don’t think the hosts can beat Denver with this predictable game plan.
Pick: Take the Broncos at +2.5 (-110)
Most of Denver’s games this year have been low-scoring, and that was the case with Tennessee’s too, so I don’t think we will see a sudden eruption of these inefficient offenses. Neither offense is in the top 20, while Denver’s defense is the second-best in the league, and Tennessee’s is 10th. Under is 4-1 in the last five H2H meetings; Under is 7-2 in the Broncos’ previous nine road games, Under is 9-1 in Denver’s last ten games following an ATS win, while Under is 5-0 in the Titans’ previous five games overall.
Pick: Go Under 38.5 points (-133)