Titans-Patriots Line at New England -13.5 in Divisional Round Playoffs

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Jan/07/2018

The Titans-Patriots line opened at New England -13.5 for this 2018 Divisional Round Playoff game.

Tennessee stunned the Chiefs at home Saturday to advance into the next round but will have to face the Patriots in New England.

This line appeared to be right on the money according to the NFL Betting Power Ratings.

The Titans will have their work cut out for them as they had the longest odds of winning Super Bowl 52 whereas New England was the favorite to win.

Marcus Mariota led Tennessee to three second-half touchdowns, incredibly throwing one of his TD passes to himself , and the Titans rallied from a 21-3 deficit to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 22-21 on Saturday for their first playoff win in 14 years.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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