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How Many Games Do Texans, Titans, Colts, Jaguars Win in 2020?

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The AFC South was one of the more competitive divisions in football last season. They sent two teams to the playoffs last year (Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans) and the Titans went all the way to the AFC Championship Game. The Indianapolis Colts will be improved this year, so this division will be a three-team race.

Tennesse Titans – 8.5 (Over +100; Under -120)

The Titans were one of the biggest surprises in the AFC last season. Many pundits had them finishing last in the AFC South, but they rode Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry all the way to the AFC Championship game instead.

Best Addition in Free Agency:

Ryan Tannehill, Quarterback (multi-year re-sign)

After six uninspiring seasons in Miami, Tannehill took over for Marcus Mariota and led the Titans’ turnaround. Tannehill went 7-4 as Tennessee’s starter and was rewarded with a four-year, $118 million contract.

Draft Outlook:

The Titans have six picks in the upcoming draft. They need immediate help at cornerback, plus they can use an edge rusher to create more pressure. The Titans can also use the picks to add depth to their offensive line and linebacker corps.

2020 Schedule:

Home Games: Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Buffalo Bills

Away Games: Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Denver Broncos

Betting Advice:

Tennessee was one win away from the Super Bowl in 2019 and absolutely no one saw that coming. Tennessee won’t sneak up on anyone this season. Road games against the Ravens, Vikings and Packers will be tough, but they will make up the slack against weaker teams at home. I like the Titans to win about nine games this season, so take the over on 8.5

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