Tuesday Night Football Betting Preview, Odds, Picks & Predictions Buffalo Bills vs Tennessee Titans
After the unexpected bye week and a Covid-19 scare within the organization, the Tennessee Titans(3-0 SU, 0-3 ATS) are hosting the Bills (4-0 SU, 3-1 ATS) in the Tuesday Night Football matchup. There were no new positives from the Sunday’s round of testing so the game is most likely on, and with both teams undefeated, we may be in a very exciting early-season clash.
Tuesday Night Football Betting Line Movement For Buffalo Bills Vs. Tennessee Titans
The online football betting lines for this game came out a bit late due to the uncertain situation in the Titans camp. The opening line favored the Bills by -3 and has moved to -3.5 since. The total line has increased to 53 after opening at 50.
Thoughts On The Buffalo Bills
For the first time in 12 years, the Bills are undefeated after 4 games, and this time, after a few seasons as a defensive powerhouse, it’s mostly due to their dynamic offense. The third-year QB Josh Allen finally has a reliable target in WR Stefon Diggs whose offseason acquisition seems to be just what the Buffalo needed to make them a true contender. The duo is improving week by week, as Diggs is tied for the most receiving yards in the NFL, while Allen is the second in the passing yards and boasts a 12/1 TD/INT ratio. The rushing offense is still to catch up though, and there are some question marks over their defense, especially against passing.
The Allen – Diggs combo is a no-brainer when it comes to fantasy picks, and they should continue to pile up points against the shaky Titans defense. If RB Zack Moss remains out for the third consecutive games, you should be all over Devin Singletary as the Bills will look to finally get their running game going. Singletary has proven that he can carry the load in Moss’s absence, looking pretty good both running and receiving the ball.
Thoughts On The Tennessee Titans
The Titans may be a bit rusty coming into the Tuesday Night Football game, but they will surely be extra motivated after going through the week of public bashing due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Tennessee has racked up 3 wins to start the season but failed to cover the spread in each of them. Furthermore, their 100% record came against out-of-form Broncos, Jaguars, and Vikings.
The Titans matchup will be the first real test of their preseason championship ambitions. If they are to get something out of this game their defense will have to step up after ranking 28th in yards allowed per game. Against the run they’re even worse, posting the 29th worst record. They have been much better in the offense department, on the back of some solid displays by QB Ryan Tannehill and RB Derick Henry.
The good news for fantasy players this week is the likely return of WR A.J. Brown, especially since the Bills’ secondary might be without cornerback Tre’Davious White. TE Jonnu Smith could see his usage decrease with Brown available, but Buffalo has given up 5th-most points to tight ends this season, and he should continue his fine form.
Tuesday Night Football Betting Pick: Bills Moneyline
Tennessee are playing at home and will be eager to get going after the events of last week but the red-hot Bills should prove to be too much for them at this moment. The lack of proper practice and questionable health isn’t what you want going into the matchup against one of the best teams in the NFL.