Buffalo Bills vs Tennessee Titans 10/06/2019 Odds, Picks and Preview
Posted by: Hilbert Mayer
Buffalo Bills vs Tennessee Titans 10/06/2019- The Buffalo Bills (3-1) are preparing to charge the Tennessee Titans (2-2) in a battle of rushes and throws! US betting sites are scrambling to analyze both teams’ recent statistics to determine which one is worth placing your money on.
Buffalo Bills vs Tennessee Titans 10/06/2019
The Buffalo Bills didn’t make the cut against the New England Patriots in their last game ending with a losing score of 16-10. Frank Gore did his best throughout the game to compensate on the rushing front, running for 17 carries with a total of 109 yards but his longest run of 41 yards wasn’t enough to merit a touchdown, however. Cole Beasley racked up receiving yardage and getting 75 yards courtesy of 7 receptions. QB Josh Allen did 3 picks, going 13/28 with 153 air yards but wasn’t able to score a TD in that style. The Bills rushed a total of 22 times, allowing them to gain 135 yards with an average of 6.1 yards for each attempt. They accumulated 71 plays which allowed them to cover 375 yards and 23 first-downs which were weighed down by 8 penalties at 76 yards.
When it came to defense, the Bills clamped down against their opponent and only allowed them a completion percentage of 46%, or 18 out of 39 throws with a total of 151 yards. The Bills gave way to 224 yards and garnered 1 takeaway. While their defense is undoubtedly enough to hold off offense-dependent teams, the Bills need a stronger offense edge in order to outscore their opponents. Like many other defense-oriented teams, they need to find a compromise or game-changing tactic that will allow them to rack in touchdowns without softening their defensive line.
Players to watch:
Josh Allen 103 ATT 66 CMP 750 YDS 3 TD; Frank Gore 44 CAR 164 YDS 3.7 AVG 2 TD; Devin Singletary 10 CAR 127 YDS 12.7 AVG 1 TD; John Brown 18 REC 246 YDS 13.7 AVG 1 TDS; Cole Beasley 17 REC 171 YDS 10.1 AVG 0 TDS; Dawson Knox 5 REC 86 YDS 17.2 AVG 1 TDS; Zay Jones 5 REC 65 YDS 13 AVG 0 TDS
The Titans are slowly regaining lost ground, pulling away from the Atlanta Falcons in their previous game with a safe lead of 24-10. Marcus Mariota was a touchdown machine, scoring 3 and going 18/27 with 227 passing yards, and no interception. Derrick Henry led the rush charge with 27 carries that covered 100 yards, while A.J. Brown took care of the receiving end by taking in 3 receptions with a total of 94 yards. The Titans ran the ball 34 times which helped gain 138 yards, for a total of 61 plays with 365 yards. The Titans had 22 first-downs and an acceptable 5 penalties at 77 yards. In terms of defensive prowess, the Titans allowed a completion percentage of 66%, allowing 35 out of 53 catch attempts that made the opponent gain 364 yards. Overall, they conceded 422 yards and garnered a turnover.
The Titans seemed to have realized that an all-rounder offense would be the best way to approach their adversaries. If they perfect their rushing, they will be able to stare down the Bills’ defenders.
Players to watch:Marcus Mariota 92 ATT 56 CMP 706 YDS 4 TD 14 CAR 90 YDS 6.4 AVG; Derrick Henry 51 CAR 210 YDS 4.1 AVG 3 TD; Delanie Walker 16 REC 158 YDS 9.9 AVG 2 TDS; A.J. Brown 7 REC 129 YDS 18.4 AVG 0 TDS; Adam Humphries 9 REC 97 YDS 10.8 AVG 0 TDS; Tajae Sharpe 4 REC 94 YDS 23.5 AVG 0 TDS
Buffalo Bills vs Tennessee Titans Betting Trends
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Buffalo’s last 6 games
Tennessee is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games
Buffalo Bills vs Tennessee Titans Betting Picks
Sports betting apps have crunched the statistics of both teams and came up with a predicted score of 19.6 versus 22.0 in favor of a Tennessee win. However, Buffalo will still cover, and the total will go over.