The Titans and Broncos wrap up week one on Monday night at the Sports Authority Field in Denver Colorado. Last season when these two teams met, the Broncos came away with a 16-0 victory.
Ryan Tannehill stabilized the quarterback position and led them to the AFC Championship game last season. Tannehill finished with 2,742 yards throwing, 22 touchdowns, and six picks. Tennessee also brought back Derrick Henry who is one of the best running backs in football. Henry had 303 rushing attempts for 1,540 yards and two touchdowns. A.J Brown, Corey Davis, Adam Humpries, and Jonnu Smith will be the stable of receivers who compliment the bruising running attack. Defensively the Titans were up and down With the addition of Jadaveon Clowney the pass rush takes a major boost up. Tennessee gave up 20.7 points per game while allowing 359.5 yards per game.
Denver decided to turn the reins over to Drew Lock. Last season, Lock completed 64.1 percent of his passes for 1,0202 yards, seven touchdowns, and three picks. Weapons include Courtland Sutton (Doubtful), Jerry Jeudy, and Noah Fant in the passing game. Denver also added running back Melvin Gordon, which should help take off some of the pressure off Phillip Lindsey. Defensively Denver took a hit with the loss of Von Miller and Bradley Chubb is questionable for this team Monday night. During the 2019 season, the Broncos gave up 19.8 points per game.
The Titans are 7-2-1 against the spread in their last ten games against the AFC. The under is 8-2 in the Broncos last ten games as a favorite. The over is 8-2 in the Broncos last ten games played in Week 1. The under is 20-6-1 in the Broncos last 27 games against the AFC.