Tennessee Titans at Seattle Seahawks prop bets picks and predictions
The Tennessee Titans (0-1) visit the Seattle Seahawks (1-0) Sunday of Week 2. Kickoff is set for 4:25 p.m. ET at Lumen Field. Below, we look at the Titans at Seahawks prop bet odds and lines, and make our best NFL picks, predictions and bets.
The Seahawks are coming back home with a win over the Indianapolis Colts. MVP candidate QB Russell Wilson looked phenomenal and threw for 4 touchdowns. WRs Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf combined for just 8 receptions but 160 yards and 3 of those touchdowns and Seattle won 28-16 in a dominant road performance.
The same cannot be said for the Titans, who were upset by the Arizona Cardinals. QB Kyler Murray played a near-perfect game and Titans' star RB Derrick Henry struggled to get going. WRs A.J. Brown and Julio Jones combined for 7 receptions and 78 yards. That must change against a quality Seahawks defense in Week 2.
Titans at Seahawks prop bet picks and predictions
Titans RB Derrick Henry OVER 20.5 rushing attempts (-111)
Henry didn't get going in Week 1 and totaled just 17 carries for 58 yards. The star back is the player every team looks to tame when they meet the Titans.
Henry played only 63% of the offensive snaps in Week 1. He had a few similar games last season; however, he is typically fed early and often. He had just five games with fewer than 21 carries last season.
The 6-foot-3, 247-pound back is the best runner in the NFL and should be expected to play the bulk of snaps and make his presence felt. If the Titans can move the chains, this should hit easily.
Seahawks QB Russell Wilson UNDER 25.5 completions (-141)
The Seahawks were dominant in Week 1, but that doesn't necessarily translate to completions. Wilson completed over 25 passes just six times last season.
He had two games with 4 or more touchdowns which didn't even get close to 25 completions. Murray had 4 touchdowns on Tennessee last week but on just 21 completions.
Wilson is one of the most accurate quarterbacks in the league, and it wouldn't be shocking if Seattle destroys Tennessee at home. If that happens, Wilson may not need to throw much after halftime.
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Titans QB Ryan Tannehill OVER 1.5 passing touchdowns (-114)
The Titans scored 13 points last week. With Jones coming over in the offseason and Brown still on the roster, Tannehill has the weapons on his side. Henry creates quite the distraction as well.
Tannehill attempted 35 passes last week and with the threats and the presence of Henry, the Titans should get the 1-on-1 coverage they need to get in the endzone.
Tannehill had 33 touchdowns in 16 games last season, and he had one or zero touchdowns in just five games. The odds are terrific as he consistently found the endzone a year ago.
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