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Titans odds to win Super Bowl 55 released

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Can they get a step further next year?

NFL: JAN 19 AFC Championship - Titans at Chiefs Photo by Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Titans fell one step short of making an appearance in Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup. After knocking out the Patriots and Ravens on the road, Tennessee ran out of steam in Kansas City, falling to the eventual NFL Champions.

The playoff run was unexpected — now the Titans are going to have to deal with some real expectations next season, assuming the core stays together. The Titans have work to do this offseason to keep a few key players around for the future. Derrick Henry, Ryan Tannehill, Logan Ryan and Jack Conklin will each see their current contracts expire. Jon Robinson is set to embark on one of the more fascinating offseasons we’ve seen here in some time.

The sportsbooks think that the Titans will take a step backwards, however. Tennessee holds just 25/1 odds to bring home a title next season, good for 11th best in the NFL, according to Bet Online. Those odds have come down from 50/1 since January 15th. Tennessee has the best odds of any AFC South teams, edging out Houston and Indianapolis who both sit at 33/1.

Kansas City leads the way, of course, with 5/1 odds. The 49ers follow, then it’s the Ravens and Patriots up next. New England also has an interesting offseason ahead, centered around the Tom Brady contract situation.

These odds are sure to move around as free agency and the draft play out, but here’s a quick look at where things stand now.


Super Bowl 55 Odds

Kansas City Chiefs: 5/1

San Francisco 49ers: 7/1

Baltimore Ravens: 8/1

New England Patriots: 9/1

Dallas Cowboys: 16/1

New Orleans Saints: 16/1

Green Bay Packers: 18/1

Philadelphia Eagles: 18/1

Pittsburgh Steelers: 20/1

Los Angeles Chargers: 22/1

Los Angeles Rams: 25/1

Minnesota Vikings: 25/1

Seattle Seahawks: 25/1

Tennessee Titans: 25/1

Atlanta Falcons: 33/1

Chicago Bears: 33/1

Cleveland Browns: 33/1

Houston Texans: 33/1

Indianapolis Colts: 33/1

Buffalo Bills: 40/1

Las Vegas Raiders: 40/1

Denver Broncos: 50/1

Carolina Panthers: 66/1

Detroit Lions: 66/1

New York Giants: 66/1

New York Jets: 66/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 66/1

Arizona Cardinals: 80/1

Cincinnati Bengals: 80/1

Jacksonville Jaguars: 80/1

Miami Dolphins: 100/1

Washington Redskins: 100/1