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Eagles Guarding Top Seed

The Tennessee Titans (7-4) have a tough road test on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles (10-1). After covering eight consecutive games against the spread (ATS), the Titans lost 20-16 against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 12. The Eagles are looking to tighten their grasp on the NFC’s top seed by amassing another long winning streak.

Let’s check the latest NFL odds, stats, injury reports, and NFL lines for Titans vs Eagles. We’ve plenty of Vegas NFL odds and NFL week 13 picks for you to consider.

Titans vs Eagles Odds, Game Preview, Live Stream, Picks & Predictions
Titans vs Eagles Odds, Game Preview, Live Stream, Picks & Predictions

Titans vs Eagles Betting Lines

Tennessee Needs More From Trenches

The Tennessee Titans have been perhaps the most reliable NFL team in the betting world. They are 8-3 ATS and have gone under in 8 of 11 games. However, the Titans finally failed to cover last week. Should it be a call for concern?

Don’t be too worried. First, the under is still a safe bet, as Tennessee held the Bengals to 20 points. With 29.5 rushing attempts per game (ninth), the Titans usually shorten games, which limits possessions.

To get back to covering, Tennessee must improve in the trenches. Poor run blocking has led to running back Derrick Henry being under 3.2 yards per carry in three consecutive games. Also, the Titans have only two sacks over the last two games. The pass rush will need to get pressure on Philadelphia’s QB Jalen Hurts but also stay disciplined by not opening up rushing lanes for the mobile signal-caller.

Defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons, Tennessee’s best defensive player, is questionable with an ankle injury. Simmons is one of the NFL’s best interior rushers and is solid against the run. The Titans could struggle if Simmons does not play.

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Philadelphia Aims at Air Attack

Despite a 10-1 record, the Philadelphia Eagles are unreliable ATS with a 6-5 record. However, the Eagles have been a good bet on totals, as they have gone over in 7 of 11 games.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts has not eclipsed over 200 passing yards in three straight games. This must change against the Titans. Tennessee has an elite run defense, ranking second in allowed yards per carry and third in allowed rushing yards per game. However, the Titans’ secondary is susceptible, ranking 31st in passing defense. Last week, it allowed 266 passing yards.

Wide receiver A.J. Brown will also need to improve his play. He has not posted a 100-yard outing since Week 8., where Tennessee struggled against Cincinnati’s Tee Higgins (114 yards). Also, No. 2 wideout DeVonta Smith is questionable with a groin injury, which would give Brown more targets. The Eagles’ star receiver is poised for a big performance.

On defense, Philly will be without starting safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson, who leads the NFL with six interceptions. The Eagles lack good depth at safety, and Gardner-Johnson could be out several games after suffering a lacerated kidney.

Titans vs Eagles Game Injuries

Titans vs Eagles Head-to-Head

Over the last six matchups, the Titans are 5-1 against the Eagles. Plus, Tennessee is 3-1 ATS in its last four meetings.

Titans vs Eagles Game Information

  • Game: Titans vs Eagles
  • Date: Sunday, Dec. 4
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET
  • Location: Lincoln Financial Stadium, Philadelphia, PA
  • Titans vs Eagles Live Stream: NFL Game Pass

Titans vs Eagles Game Weather Conditions

Philadelphia will have near-perfect football weather on Sunday. The high will be 45°F with low winds and no chance of rain.

Titans vs Eagles Picks & Prediction

Predicted Score: Eagles 24, Titans 17

  • Worth Betting on the Moneyline?

Tennessee’s defensive line is not generating the pressure it needs, and Philadelphia has the best offensive line in football. Plus, the Titans’ best defensive lineman, Simmons, could be out. Tennessee’s secondary will get shredded against the Eagles, who are third in yards per pass attempt. Take the Eagles on the moneyline.

  • Worth Betting on ATS?

This one is a bit tough. Coach Mike Vrabel’s teams are known to be gritty and hang in games no matter what. For example, Tennessee covered against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 9 with only one first down in the second half. However, the Eagles are home, where they are 5-1 ATS. I’m leaning with Philly, but avoid the spread and opt for the moneyline and props instead.

  • Worth Betting on the Totals? 

Like the ATS, the total seems like a mystery in this matchup. The Titans have gone under in 8 of 11, while the Eagles’ over is 7-4. The over/under could hinge on Tennessee’s run game. If Henry is rolling, the Titans will control the ball and limit Philly’s possessions. However, the Eagles have held opponents to under 110 rushing yards in back-to-back games.

  • Tempting Props? 

Take the over for Brown’s receiving yards. Tennessee has a poor passing defense and struggled against the Bengals last week. Also, expect Hurts to throw a touchdown or two. He has recorded a passing touchdown in six consecutive games.

The odds and predictions in the article are based on the time of writing and publication. They may differ as to when the actual event takes place.

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