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Titans vs Bills Public Betting Trends for Monday Night Football

Robert Duff

by Robert Duff in NFL Football

Sep 19, 2022 · 11:00 AM PDT

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Tennessee Titans defensive end Jeffery Simmons (98) and outside linebacker Harold Landry (58) sack Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) during their game at Nissan Stadium Monday, Oct. 18, 2021 in Nashville, Tenn. Nas Titans Bills 009
  • The Buffalo Bills, 10-point home favorites over the Tennessee Titans on Week 2 MNF, are drawing 76% of the public spread handle
  • There’s 82% of handle and 92% of bets backing the Bills at -425 in the moneyline
  • See all the Titans vs Bills public betting trends in the story below

Both the oddsmakers and the NFL public betting splits are opting to ignore recent history as the Buffalo Bills are playing host to the Tennessee Titans in their Week 2 opener of a MNF doubleheader.

In the Titans vs Bills NFL public betting trends, there’s a significant amount of money and handle in both the point spread and the moneyline anticipating that Buffalo can cover as 10-point home favorites over Tennessee in the Week 2.

This isn’t taking into account at all that over the past two seasons, the Titans are 2-0 both straight up and against the spread when facing the Bills.

Titans vs Bills Public Betting Splits

Game Spread ATS Handle % ATS Bet % Total O/U Handle % O/U Bet % Moneyline ML Handle % ML Bet %
Tennessee Titans +10 24% 34% O 47.5 52% 64% +340 18% 8%
Buffalo Bills -10 76% 66% U 47.5 48% 36% -425 82% 92%

Odds as of September 19 at DraftKings Sportsbook. Get this DraftKings Sportsbook bonus code to bet on tonight’s MNF game.

The Bill are taking 76 percent of the spread handle percentage, as well as 92 percent of the moneyline bet count percent as you can see in the table above.



Kickoff for this game at Highmark Stadium is set for 7:15 pm ET. The weather forecast is calling for rain, 15 mph wind and a temperature of 70 degrees. ESPN is carrying the broadcast, but it can also be streamed via fuboTV. In Canada, the action is available through DAZN.

Buffalo Solidly Ahead In Spread Betting

The opening line on this game in the NFL odds was Buffalo -9.5, so it’s grown a half-point since then. Even so, the Bills are pulling 76% of spread handle in the public betting splits, as well as 66% of bets.

Buffalo was 10-7-2 against the spread last season. Tennessee was 10-8 against the spread in 2021. The Titans were 4-4 ATS on the road. Buffalo went 5-3-2 ATS as a home team.

Tennessee is the fourth team in Week 2 to be kicking off as 10-point underdogs. So far, the double digit spread is proving more helpful to the underdogs than not. The Green Bay Packers won 27-10 straight up over the Chicago Bears as 10-point home favorites.

However, at Los Angeles, the defending Super Bowl champion Rams were the 10-point home chalk and only won 31-27 over the Atlanta Falcons. Likewise, the Denver Broncos, a 10-point home pick over the Houston Texans, won by a 16-9 count.

Titans vs Bills Public Betting All Over the Under

The public is leaning solidly toward the over in the number of bets played, and the handle is beginning to trend in that direction as well. That Titans vs Bills pick is garnering 64% of bets and 52% of handle.

The last two meetings have both gone over. Tennessee won 34-31 last season. In 2020, the Titans were runaway 42-16 victors.

In last season’s loss, Buffalo QB Josh Allen passed for 353 yards and three touchdowns. The over on Allen’s passing yards are always worth a look in the Titans vs Bills player props.

The total has shrunk by more than two points since the opening line was posted, despite the recent history between these two teams. It started at 50.5 points at the beginning of the week and today is sitting at 47.5 points. Buffalo has gone under in five of the past seven games. Tennessee has gone under in five of the past six games.

Moneyline Money Also Liking Bills Over Titans

Surprisingly, the public betting splits are extremely enamored with Buffalo, even though the Bills are offering favorite’s odds of -425. The Bills are drawing 82% of handle and 92% of bets.

Buffalo opened as -480 favorites, so the line has shortened somewhat over the course of the week. Buffalo is 8-4 SU in the past 12 home games against the Titans.

Last season, the Bills were 7-3 SU as a home favorite. Tennessee was 3-2 SU as a road underdog.

Buffalo is 5-1 SU over the past six games and 14-3 SU through the last 17 home games. The Titans are 10-4 SU in the past 14 games against Buffalo. Tennessee is also 10-4 SU over the club’s last 14 games.

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