The Tennessee Titans (4-0) gear up for an AFC South divisional battle against the Houston Texans (1-4) at Nissan Stadium in Nashville at 1 p.m. ET. Below, we give you five player/team prop bets to consider from the BetMGM game menu.
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5 Tennessee Titans prop bets to make in Week 6
Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated Saturday at 8:37 p.m. ET.
QB Ryan Tannehill UNDER 262.5 passing yards (-115)
Tannehill has only gone Over that number once this season in four games. The Texans have only allowed a quarterback to surpass that total once this season. Why? The Titans rely on the running game with RB Derrick Henry. It will come down to whether the Titans can be in control of the game, which they have consistently done.
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Henry OVER 103.5 rushing yards (-121)
Henry has rushed for more than 103 yards twice in four games. Houston has allowed 162 or more rushing yards every game but in Week 5, when it limited the Jacksonville Jaguars to 75.
Titans OVER 1.5 FGs made (-176)
The Titans did not need to kick any field goals against the Buffalo Bills, but they attempted 12 in the three prior games and at least two in all three.
Titans OVER 2.5 TDs scored (-223)
Houston has allowed at least three touchdowns in four of five games this season, excluding Week 5 when they gave up two.
UNDER 0.5 TDs in 1st quarter (+110)
Despite a 1-4 start, the Texans have only allowed one first-quarter touchdown this season. The Titans have only scored two.
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