These betting lines are from DraftKings Sportsbook for the Denver Broncos vs Tennessee Titans matchup this Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.
Greg Dulcich o39.5 receiving yards (-120 - $12 to win $10)
Third-round pick Greg Dulcich has been getting more and more involved in the Broncos offense after getting targeted 17 times throughout his first three games. In London, Dulcich had the best game of his young career posting four catches for 87 yards. Dulcich has gotten over 39.5 yards in every single start so far and I believe this trend will continue in this week’s game as well.
Titans first half spread -1 (-105 - $10.50 to win $10)
The Broncos have been down at halftime the past two matchups - against the Jaguars and the Jets. I believe with the Titans' exemplary defensive performance on Sunday Night Football against the Chiefs, the Titans will ride that momentum and jump out to an early lead in the first half in this one.
Broncos + 3.5 (-147 - $14.70 to win $10)
Despite the fact I think the Titans will jump out to an early lead and go into halftime with that lead, it does not mean I think this game will not be close coming down the stretch.
Regardless if Ryan Tannehill or Malik Willis is quarterbacking the Titans on Sunday, the Broncos' defense should be able to set up the offense occasionally with good field position to be able to scratch and claw their way back into the game with a couple of McManus field goals. I’d take the extra half-point on the spread just to make sure you have protection from a game-winning field goal by Randy Bullock and the Titans.
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