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    Tue, Sep 152:20 am UTCEmpower Field at Mile High
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    Tennessee
    Titans
    TEN
    Last 5 ATS
    W/L11-5
    ATS7-9
    O/U12-3-1
    FINAL SCORE
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    Denver
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    Last 5 ATS
    W/L5-11
    ATS9-7
    O/U8-8-0
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    OVER/UNDER
    Last 5 ATS
    11-5
    Win /Loss
    5-11
    7-9
    Spread
    9-7
    12-3-1
    Over / Under
    8-8-0
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    Think of 'Public' as the percentage of people betting on each side and 'Money' as how much money is being bet. When there's a big difference between the 'Public' and 'Money' data, it usually means that the more serious bettors (referred to as 'Sharp Money') are favoring a particular side.

    Expert Picks

    Point SpreadDenver +3 +100
    WIN
    Unit1.0
    +600
    6-0 in Last 6 DEN ATS Picks
    Adam's Analysis:

    Melvin Gordon is going to add an important piece to this Broncos offense -- a reliable running game that can take some pressure off second-year QB Drew Lock. Then add in Jerry Jeudy, and this offense is going to look much better in 2020. While I'm not fond of going into this game without Von Miller (and Courtland Sutton), the Broncos' pass rush is more than just one man. Considering the late kickoff, the altitude and the fact that the Titans (and particularly Ryan Tannehill should fall back to Earth after overperforming in 2019, give me the home underdog with a full field goal.

    Pick Made: Sep 15, 1:51 am UTC
    Over / UnderUNDER 40.5 -110
    WIN
    Unit1.0
    +175
    5-3-2 in Last 10 NFL Picks
    +90
    2-1 in Last 3 NFL O/U Picks
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    4-0 in Last 4 DEN O/U Picks
    Tom's Analysis:

    There are a lot of unknown variables in this game that lead me to stay away from the spread. What I do know is Mike Vrabel was wearing a mask on Sunday that said give the ball to Derrick Henry. And Denver did bring in Melvin Gordon this offseason. I think we've got two defensive-minded head coaches looking to establish the run here, and when that's the case, we're going Under.

    Pick Made: Sep 14, 5:29 pm UTC
    Point SpreadDenver +2.5 -110
    WIN
    Unit1.0
    +490
    25-18-4 in Last 47 NFL Picks
    Hank's Analysis:

    Even with the Von Miller injury, I'm on Denver. Ryan Tannehill won't be the guy he was last year; he's facing a Broncos defense with a lot of playmakers, including former Titans DT Jurrell Casey. Drew Lock went 4-1 down the stretch last season and has better weapons now with the drafting of Jerry Jeudy and KJ Hamler.

    Pick Made: Sep 09, 3:52 am UTC
    Point SpreadTennessee PK -110
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    Unit1.0
    +280
    25-20-2 in Last 47 NFL Picks
    +369
    28-22-1 in Last 51 TEN ATS Picks
    Mike's Analysis:

    With season openers, rely on how teams finished the previous year at your own risk. However, one can’t ignore how Tennessee revved up after a shaky start and charged within one win of a Super Bowl berth. The surge coincided with the QB switch to Ryan Tannehill and the emergence of Derrick Henry into an all-world RB. The unit returns nearly intact, and it has distanced itself from the shutout loss in Denver last October, which prompted the demotion of QB Marcus Mariota. For good measure, the Titans acquired DE Jadeveon Clowney last week. They should extend a 5-1 ATS streak on the road.

    Pick Made: Sep 08, 4:01 pm UTC
    Point SpreadDenver PK -110
    LOSS
    Unit1.0
    +1495
    82-60-5 in Last 147 NFL Picks
    +1160
    60-43-5 in Last 108 NFL ATS Picks
    +928
    27-16 in Last 43 TEN ATS Picks
    R.J.'s Analysis:

    We're not sure how much home-field advantage is going to have an effect with little to no fans, but one home-field advantage that still matters is in Denver, where visiting players who have zero game experience after no preseason will have to play at altitude. The Titans are also stuck playing a super late game for their body clocks with the 10:10 p.m. ET start time. Those factors should make the Broncos a favorite to win outright if they aren't a terrible team, and considering their win total was set at 7.5 all offseason, the market is expecting them to at least be capable. I think the Broncos pass rush gives Ryan Tannehill trouble and the Denver offense does enough to get the win.

    Pick Made: Sep 08, 12:51 am UTC
    Over / UnderOVER 41 -105
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    6-4-2 in Last 12 NFL O/U Picks
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    2-1 in Last 3 DEN O/U Picks
    Micah's Analysis:

    What's the deal with this low total? Snow is expected in Denver on Tuesday, but it's expected to be beautiful next Monday night, so it’s not the weather. Last season, the Joe Flacco-led Broncos beat Tennessee 16-0 in an ugly game. Marcus Mariota started for the Titans, threw two interceptions and was yanked, beginning the Ryan Tannehill era. The team then started scoring in bunches and got Over the total in nine of its last 10 regular-season contests. The Broncos' offense looked much more fluid in the final few games of 2019 with Drew Lock at QB, and the team drafted more speed at WR for him. Over is the play.

    Pick Made: Sep 07, 9:05 pm UTC
    Point SpreadTennessee +2.5 -110
    WIN
    Unit1.0
    +265
    7-4-1 in Last 12 DEN ATS Picks
    Mike's Analysis:

    There isn't a great time to play a primetime road game at altitude. However, I would much rather start the season at altitude with fresh legs than play it later in the season when health isn't a given. Did the Titans overperform last season? Perhaps. Are the Broncos a significantly better team this year? Maybe. With a limited off-season I'm of the believe that it will take the Broncos a few weeks to play well together. The Titans are obviously the better team, but I make this game a pick'em due to the difficult game environment. Take the points.

    Pick Made: May 08, 5:33 pm UTC

    Team Injuries

    Tennessee Titans
    Tuesday, Jun 18, 2024
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    Jeffery Simmons
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    Ryan Stonehouse
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    OT
    Nicholas Petit-Frere
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    TK McLendon Jr.
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    Anthony Kendall
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    Friday, Jun 14, 2024
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    T'Vondre Sweat
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    Tuesday, Feb 13, 2024
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    WR
    Colton Dowell
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    Tuesday, Jun 18, 2024
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    Caden Sterns
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    TE
    Greg Dulcich
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    Saturday, Jun 15, 2024
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    LB
    Jonah Elliss
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    Friday, Jun 14, 2024
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    Adam Trautman
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    RB
    Audric Estime
    KneeQuestionable
    Thursday, May 30, 2024
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    LB
    Drew Sanders
    AchillesOut
    Monday, Feb 12, 2024
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    SAF
    Delarrin Turner-Yell
    Knee - ACLQuestionable