The Tennessee Titans Super Bowl odds were not looking great 24 hours ago. After the news hit that free agent wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins would be signing with the team, the odds shifted quite dramatically.
Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds
Hopkins reportedly will sign a two-year, $26 million deal with the Titans. Before the Hopkins signing, the Titans are +7500 on FanDuel to win it all in 2023. After the Hopkins news, those odds jumped to +6000. In the division, they also closed the gap. They go from +400 to +310 to win the AFC South. It is worth noting that the Jacksonville Jaguars are still heavy favorites at -155 to win the division crown. Still, this shows what the sportsbooks think of what Hopkins adds to the Titans’ offense.
Still A Longshot
While the odds definitely shifted, the Tennessee Titans Super Bowl odds still are not great. The AFC is loaded so getting out of the conference will be tough. Still, Mike Vrabel often gets way more out of his team than many people think. Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry are still a part of this offense and have led to team to deep playoff runs. If Hopkins can return to his All-Pro form, the Titans’ offense could make some noise.
Will we see the Tennessee Titans Super Bowl odds shift more during the offseason? It will all depend on the news coming out of training camp. If Henry and Hopkins are looking great, the odds might start to creep up some more.