2023 Tennessee Titans schedule, betting odds and predictions

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Weak schedule could help Titans make one more run

It remains to be seen whether Will Levis or Malik Willis can be the quarterback of the future for the Titans, but it seems like they’ll have one more crack at it with Ryan Tannehill and a weak schedule for the 2023 season. The Titans finished second last year at 7-10 in the worst division in football and appear to be on the verge of a major transition. This year’s schedule may give them a chance at sneaking into the postseason, but the front office will have some tough questions to answer very early in the campaign.

 

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Tennessee Titans betting odds

(odds from DraftKings as of May 11, 7 p.m. PT)

Season Win Total Odds: 7.5 (+110/-130)
Super Bowl Odds: +8000
AFC Champion: +5000
AFC South Champion: +380

Last season: 7-10, 2nd in AFC South

Key additions: OT Andre Dillard, LB Arden Key, OT Daniel Brunskill, OL Peter Skoronski*, QB Will Levis*, RB Tyjae Spears*

Key losses: OG Nate Davis, DE DeMarcus Walker, WR Robert Woods, LB Bud Dupree, TE Austin Hooper

* – drafted

2023 Tennessee Titans schedule

Week 1: @ Saints (+3.5)
Week 2: vs. Chargers (+3.5)
Week 3: @ Browns (+4.5)
Week 4: vs. Bengals (+4.5)
Week 5: @ Colts (+1)
Week 6: vs, Ravens (London) (+5.5)
Week 7: BYE WEEK
Week 8: vs. Falcons (-1)
Week 9: @ Steelers (TNF) (+4)
Week 10: @ Buccaneers (-1)
Week 11: @ Jaguars (+5)
Week 12: vs. Panthers (-1)
Week 13: vs. Colts (-2.5)
Week 14: @ Dolphins (MNF) (+7.5)
Week 15: vs. Texans (-3)
Week 16: vs. Seahawks (+2)
Week 17: @ Texans (-1)
Week 18: vs. Jaguars (+2.5)

Tennessee Titans schedule this year

The win total line of 7.5 is pretty indicative of what the betting market thinks about the Titans for the 2023 season. This is not a particularly tough schedule, as the AFC South once again projects to be weak and the Titans draw the NFC South for four games. That makes up 10 of the 17 games on the schedule, yet they are projected to have a hard time getting to eight wins. The AFC North is the other full division on the schedule, along with second-place finishers Miami, Seattle, and Baltimore, with the Seahawks at home and the Ravens in London.

Aside from the London trip, the Titans have one of the better schedules in terms of travel. They won’t travel outside of the Eastern or Central Time Zones except for that Week 6 game at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Tennessee Titans schedule analysis

For more on the Titans schedule, here’s what Matt Youmans and Wes Reynolds had to say on VSiN Tonight following the NFL’s official release: