The Tennessee Titans visit the Buffalo Bills at 7:15 p.m. ET on Monday, September 19. The first of two Monday night primetime games to kick off the NFL Week 2 ratings shows the Bills as broadcast favorites and on the silver line. The total points in the Bills Titans odds are set at .
In this article, we break down everything you need to know before placing a bet on the game, including team matches, key metrics and the best odds available. Click on any Bills – Titans odds in this article to bet now.
INVOICES VS. TITANS ODDS: SPREAD, MONEYLINE, OVER/UNDER
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Point spread betting is betting on how many points a team will win or lose. A plus sign in front of the spread is the underdog, and a minus sign is the favorite. The Bills would need at least a ten-point win if you bet on Buffalo to cover the point spread (-9.5). A bet on the Titans would win if Tennessee won the game or lost by nine points or less. When there is no fixed number like this (-9.5), no thrust comes into play.
Moneyline betting is simply betting on which team will win a game.
The total is the combined number of points the two teams will score. Bettors can choose to bet more or less on the total number of points that will be scored in the game.
INVOICES VS. TITANS PLAYER ACCESSORIES
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INVOICES VS. TITANS BETTING NEWS
On Thursday, the spread for this game on Fanduel Sportsbook is Bills -9.5. Most sportsbooks have this spread at Bills . Additional updates are available below.
INVOICES VS. TITANS WEATHER BULLETIN
The weather is not expected to have much of an impact on this game as the temperature is expected to settle at 70 degrees by kick off. There is a small chance of light rain, although models show it could be clear by kick-off Monday evening. Even then, you should be wary of letting potential weather affect your handicap – unless it’s like the 49ers at Bears torrential downpour we witnessed in Week 1.
INVOICES VS. TITANS INJURY REPORT
|Stefan Diggs||WR||Veterinary rest||LP||Unspecified|
|Ben Jones||VS||Not injury related||LP||PF||PF||(-)|
INVOICES VS. DEFENSE OF THE TITANS
|Invoices O||Statistics (ranking)||Titans D|
|31 (#4)||Points/GM||21 (#16)|
|0.534 (#2)||Points/Play||0.362 (#19)|
|413 (#6)||Yards/Gm||394 (#24)|
|292 (#8)||Pass Yards/Gm||156 (#4)|
|121 (#13)||Rush Yards / Gm||238 (#32)|
|7.1 (#1)||Yards/game||6.8 (#30)|
|9.6 (#1)||Yards/Pass||7.4 (#23)|
|4.8 (#13)||Yards/Rush||7.4 (#31)|
|90 (#1)||3rd % decrease||20 (#2)|
|100 (#1)||Red zone TD %||66.67 (#18)|
|4 (#31)||Turnover||2 (#6)|
|2 (#15)||Bags||5 (#1)|
OFFENSE OF THE TITANS VS. DEFENSE OF INVOICES
|Titans O||Statistics (ranking)||D-bills|
|20 (#17)||Points/GM||10 (#5)|
|0.333 (#20)||Points/Play||0.152 (#6)|
|359 (#16)||Yards/Gm||243 (#2)|
|266 (#10)||Pass Yards/Gm||191 (#7)|
|93 (#15)||Rush Yards / Gm||52 (#1)|
|6.0 (#9)||Yards/game||3.7 (#2)|
|8.1 (#3)||Yards/Pass||4.7 (#4)|
|3.6 (#22)||Yards/Rush||2.9 (#6)|
|27.27 (#26)||3rd % decrease||46.15 (#23)|
|66.67 (#11)||Red zone TD %||50.00 (#12)|
|1 (#9)||Turnover||3 (#3)|
|1 (#8)||Bags||7 (#2)|
INVOICES VS. TITANS BETTING OVERVIEW
Why Invoices Can Cover the Gap
Last year’s Bills finished in the top five in pass attempts (655) and the plays came under OC Brian Daboll. Continuity with new OC Ken Dorsey didn’t prove to be an issue in Week 1, as Buffalo scored 31 points against the defending Super Bowl champions. Stefon Diggs looks positioned for extreme volume again in Week 2, having produced the 8/122/1 receiving line in Week 1. Diggs’ role is so secure after Cole’s off-season departures Beasley and Emmanuel Sanders. Including the playoffs, Diggs has averaged 9.8 targets per game since joining the Bills. Gabriel Davis registers as the Bills every No. 2 receiver in a pass-first. Davis has played 65% or more of Buffalo’s offensive snaps in 14 career games, including the playoffs, with a combined receiving line of 50/816/11.
The Titans’ secondary is extremely exposed, coming off a 2021 season where they finished in the top 10 in most passing yards and receiving yards allowed. The Bills were the only team besides the Chiefs to win their opener by more than three scores, and it looks like Vegas expects them to win by multiple scores for the second week in a row.
Why Titans Can Cover The Spread
Buffalo misses top CB Tre’Davious White (ACL, reserve/PUP) and can only get limited doses of SS Jordan Poyer (elbow). Regardless of personnel, Sean McDermott’s zone system tends to stifle opposing pass production, which shouldn’t affect how Tennessee wants to play as a first team.
While the Titans struggled to stop the run against the Giants last week, there should be no cause for concern as the Bills don’t have lethal running backs and don’t have the intention to obtain too rapid a production. The way these 2 teams play allowed the Titans to play in their strength to ride Derrick Henry. In last year’s meeting with the Bills, the Titans won 34-31. Henry ran all over Buffalo totaling 143 rushing yards.
Reasons to bet more
In addition to ranking in the top 10 in yards per play, top five in total yards and top three in scoring in 2021, the Bills have averaged the third-most adjusted overtime plays per game. Buffalo kicked off the first down with a league-leading 63% clip. The Bills were also top of the league in pace and success rate in 2020, and there’s little reason to expect them to change their approach now, although they should control the script. of the game in almost every game they play as a heavy favorite. Buffalo fielded the eighth-fastest offense, with the seventh-highest completion rate, while leading by at least two touchdowns last year. The draft of RB pass catcher James Cook is further proof that the Bills have no intention of dropping the game. If the Titans fall behind in this game, they will be forced to drop out of the run and throw more. The Titans’ games as double-digit underdogs since 2010 have gone over the score in five of eight games.
Reasons to bet the bottom
The clear plan for Titans HC Mike Vrabel heading into this game will be to control the clock and feed RB Derrick Henry. If the Titans see success on the field, they’ll burn a lot of clock, limiting the Bills’ potential to run a lot of plays. Bills’ games as double-digit favorites under coach Sean McDermott since 2017 have gone under in six of those nine contests.
Buffalo appears to be playing with a little chip on its shoulder, indicating they won’t let go of the throttle in any game they play in 2022. The Titans are at least two scores behind Buffalo. That’s a big number to swallow, but playing at home convinced me the Bills would cover that 9.5.