Here are the Week 2 betting odds, trends, and preview for the Chargers vs. Titans game at Nissan Stadium.
The Los Angeles Chargers and Tennessee Titans participated in two of the many closely contested games that took place on Sunday during Week 1.
In a close game, the Chargers fell to the Dolphins 36-34, and the Titans, after kicking five field goals, fell to the Saints 16-15.
With Kellen Moore as the Chargers’ new offensive coordinator, the team’s attack is looking strong, but Brandon Staley must improve the defense in Los Angeles if he wants to keep his job.
Although Ryan Tannehill made a lot of errors, the Titans have a strong defense. The Chargers are the home favorites in Week 2 because offense is more crucial to Vegas than defense.
Tennessee Titans vs. LA Chargers Week 2 Betting Trends
Titans vs. Chargers Week 2 betting trends:
In terms of the spread, Titans are unbeaten.
The UNDER is 1-0 in Titans contests.
Chargers have a 0-1 ATS record.
The OVER in Chargers contests is 1-0.
Titans at Chargers Week 2 Betting Odds
Here are the Week 2 betting odds for the Chargers vs. Titans:
Titans +3 Chargers -3
45 Over/Under total
Week 2 odds for Chargers vs. Titans: Injury Reports
Check out these helpful injury reports before placing your Week 2 Chargers at Titans wagers:
Injury report on the Chargers
- Austin Ekeler, RB, ankle injury, day-to-day.
Mike Williams, WR, is questionable to play (head).
- Chris Rumph II, LB, is questionable to play (hamstring).
- LB Daiyan Henley is day-to-day with a calf injury.
Injury report on the Titans
- Will Levis is day-to-day with a quadriceps injury.
- OL Dillon Radunz is day-to-day with a knee injury.
- Tre Avery, CB, is day-to-day with leg pain.
- Kyle Philips, WR, is out for good with a knee injury.
- Caleb Farley, CB, is out for the rest of the season.
Titans vs. Chargers The Chargers’ Top Players to Watch
Wide receiver Quentin Johnston was the Chargers’ first-round selection for a reason. They must improve their passing and get the ability to advance the ball deeper down the field. Johnston only managed two receptions for nine yards in Week 1. Due to Mike Williams’ injury and the Titans’ strong run defense, Johnston might play a significant role on Sunday.
QB Ryan Tannehill had an awful first week. His issues are made more worse by the fact that on the depth chart, there are two other players ahead of him. To upgrade the quarterback position, the Titans spent a lot of money on Malik Willis and Will Levis. The Titans might be eager to see either Willis or Levis on the field after Tannehill threw three interceptions in Week 1.
Week 2 betting prediction and pick for Chargers vs. Titans
Our prediction and game selection are the last on our Chargers vs Titans Week 2 Betting preview:
The Titans are 4-4-2 against the spread despite having lost their last 10 games, all dating back to last season. Coaches like Mike Vrabel find a way to keep their teams in games. The Titans are 9-6 against the spread as a home underdog and 9-6 straight up since he took over in Tennessee in 2018.
Brandon Staley doesn’t inspire me with nearly the same level of confidence that Vrabel does.
The Chargers are just 5-4 straight up and 4-5 against the spread since Staley took over as coach. The coaching of Staley’s teams is far from Vrabel’s.
For instance, in Week 1, the Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa threw a hail mary at the conclusion of the first half that was well outside the end zone, but Chargers cornerback J.C. Jackson committed a pass interference, which resulted in a free field goal for Miami with no time remaining. In a game that was ultimately decided by two points, that amounts to three free points.
Although I see a significant coaching edge, Tennessee is also appealing for other reasons. Against Miami, the Chargers mainly depended on their running game. LA gained 234 yards on the ground but Justin Herbert only completed 23 of his 33 passes for 228 yards and one touchdown.
Herbert was supposed to drive the ball downfield as part of the offensive philosophy adjustment, but he ended the game with an average of 6.9 yards per attempt, up from 6.8 last year.
The Titans had the top rush defense in the NFL last season and only allowed 69 rushing yards in Week 1. Herbert will be forced to push the ball downfield without the explosive plays that Austin Ekeler and Joshua Kelly produce on the ground, and we haven’t really seen him do that consistently during his career. Tennessee scores, so I’ll take the points.
Derrick Henry doesn’t have a lot of luck against the Chargers because they were also 28th in run defense last season. Even at age 29, Henry still had a terrific appearance the previous week.
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