Fresh off a 20-13 upset over the Los Angeles Chargers, the Denver Broncos sit 1-4 to Start the Year.
Traveling back house, a 2-3 Tennessee Titans team is today faced by the Broncos. Last week, the Titans failed to overcome the Buffalo Bills, losing 14-7. With both teams fighting, bookmakers currently project the Broncos to win from 2.5-points with a 39-point complete.
Running one of the slowest and run-heaviest attacks in football, Tennessee jobs to lean on the series early in Week 6. Already running at the sixth-highest speed in soccer (46-percent), Derrick Henry averages 77.6 rushing yards per game. From Denvers weak run defense, Tennessee should get a boost with restricted efficiency for a group. Denver positions in rushing yards only discarded stud defensive lineman Bradley Chubb into a torn ACL and allowed bottom-12.
Marcus Mariota remains one of the passers in the NFL. He now ranks 29th in completion percentage (61.7-percent) and 27th in Internet Yards per Attempt (5.90). The Broncos will seem to shoot out into an early lead with Denver standing 5th-best in pass yards allowed to conflicting signal natives.
On the opposing side of this contest, Tennessee rankings in the top half of the league in the run and pass defense. Denvers offense struggles to consistently move the ball, rank 26th in points a game (18). Quarterback Joe Flacco has popped up for games in recent weeks. Flacco awakened 303 passing yards against the Jaguars in Week 3 and also has completed 66.7-percent of his passes this season.
Ultimately game, Denver leans on Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman in tandem. Lindsay notched a season-best 114 rushing yards, but Tennessee remains stingy front. So far this year they rank 14th in rushing yardage allowed to opposing backs (414).
Despite playing home field advantage, most matchup benefits point to a Titans success. NFL odds stage to the Titans as a wager with the Titans being backed by 58-percent of wagers as well.
Very best Bet: Tennessee +2.5 (+120) at 5Dimes