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Bills vs. Titans Odds, Spreads and Lines: Monday Night Football Picks, NFL Model Predictions for 139-98 Rolls

The Buffalo Bills (1-0) kick off their 2022 home opener in prime time with the first game of a Monday Night Football doubleheader against the Tennessee Titans (0-1) that wraps up the NFL schedule for Week 2 To do. Buffalo had a dominant performance in Week 1, defeating the Los Angeles Rams 31-10. Meanwhile, Tennessee gave up his 13-point lead and he lost 21-20 to the New York Giants in Week 1.

Kickoff from Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, NY is set for 7:15 PM ET. The Caesars Sportsbook’s latest Bills vs. Titans odds give Buffalo a 10-point advantage, with Over/Under set at 48. Before making any Titans vs. Bills picks, you should check out SportsLine’s advanced odds for NFL predictions and betting advice. computer simulation model.

This model, which simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, has earned over $7,500 for a $100 player on the highest-rated NFL pick since its inception. This model is the highest-rated NFL pick dating back to the 2017 season, entering Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season with an incredible 139-98 run.

The model has also ranked in NFLPickWatch’s top 10 NFL picks over the past six years, beating out over 94% of CBS Sports Football Pick’em players four times during that period. Anyone who followed it is on top.

The model now has its sights set on Bills vs. Titans, anchoring picks and NFL predictions. Visit SportsLine today to see our model recommendations. Here are the Titans vs. Bills NFL odds and betting lines:

  • Bill vs. Titan Spread: Buffalo -10
  • Bills vs. Titans Over/Under: 48 Points
  • Bills vs. Titans Moneyline: Tennessee +360, Buffalo -480
  • 10: Titans are 8-2 ATS in last 10 games on Monday
  • BUF: Bill is 3-0-1 ATS in his last four games at home
  • Bills vs. Titans picks: Here are our picks

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Why bills can cover

Buffalo had a commanding contest with their Week 1 victory over the Rams. The offense had a lot of success with playmakers across the field. Quarterback Josh Allen was the dominant presence, starting the season well with 297 yards and three passing touchdowns. He also led the team in rushing yards with 56 yards. The Bills moved the ball well and finished with 413 total offensive yards.

Buffalo put up a stifling defense that made life very difficult for the Rams offense. The Bills held Los Angeles to 243 yards and he had 3.7 yards per play. The defensive line consistently wreaked havoc, recording seven sacks. Von Miller made an immediate impact on Buffalo, recording a total of four tackles, two sacks and three tackles.

Why Titans Can Cover

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill is an athletic playmaker under center Tennessee. Tannehill sneaks into your pocket with a rock-solid arm and great precision. Texas A&M’s product performed well in Week 1 against the New York Giants, scoring 266 yards and two touchdowns in which he scored 20-of-33. He pushed the ball downfield and made seven successful passes of 20 yards or more.

Running back Derrick Henry is a backfield tank. Once Henry reaches the second level of defense, it will be very difficult to defeat him. His two-time Pro Bowl selection has a strong vision with his breakaway speed. Alabama products have the strength to be a constant driving force. Last week he recorded 21 carries for his 82 yards.

How to make a Bills vs. Titans pick

SportsLine’s model leans toward totals, with the team projected to score 52 points combined. The model also states that one side of the spread has all the value. His MNF picks for the model can only be seen on SportsLine.

So who won Titans vs. Bills in Monday Night Football and which side of the spread is worth it all? Head over to SportsLine now to see which Titans need to jump to Monday Look at which side of the Bills spread.