Buffalo Bills (4-0, 3-1 ATS) vs. Tennessee Titans (3-0, 0-3 ATS)
Health is the biggest concern for the Tennessee Titans, as they had an unplanned bye week in Week 4 due to 20 members of the organization contracting COVID-19, forcing their game against the Pittsburgh Steelers to be postponed. They come into Sunday’s game rested but it’s unknown how many of the infected players will be available, and a tough opponent in the 4-0 Bills come to town when the Buffalo Bills vs. Tennessee Titans takes center stage in Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.
Derrick Henry and Ryan Tannehill led the Titans to a surprising run to the AFC title game last year, and they are leading the team again on offense. Tannehill has 809 passing yards, six touchdowns, and only one interception in three games, while Henry has rushed for 319 yards and two scores. After a rough start, place kicker Stephen Gostkowski has kicked three game-winning field goals for the Titans and had six in Week 3 against Minnesota.
For Buffalo, Josh Allen and the Bills offense just keeps rolling, putting up their third-straight 30-point output in a 30-23 win at the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 4. Allen had 288 yards passing, two passing TDs and a rushing score in the victory. Stefon Diggs had 115 receiving yards as he continues to impress after he was acquired from Minnesota via trade in the offseason. Allen is second in the league with 331.5 passing yards per game and third with 12 touchdowns against only one interception.
BUFFALO BILLS VS. TENNESSEE TITANS ODDS AND TRENDS
While the lone game that Buffalo didn’t cover this year was on the road in Miami, the Bills are 7-2-1 against the spread in their last 10 road games dating back to the start of the 2019 season. The Titans have mastered the art of winning close games, with all three coming down to last-minute field goals and winning despite not covering. Along with being 0-3 ATS this season, they are 1-5 ATS in their last six regular season games despite winning all six of those.