Bills-Titans Week 5 Odds

For the second straight week, COVID 19 caused a reshuffling of the NFL schedule, but now that things are all set, Bills-Titans Week 5 odds are live on BetRivers.com. The Buffalo Bills can join the Seattle Seahawks at 5-0 with a win in Tennessee, but that will be easier said than done, as the Titans entere Tuesday night with a perfect 3-0 record.

Rob Dauster is here to break down the Bills-Titans Week 5 odds, and why might now is the time to fully invest in Josh Allen.

BetRivers.com Tuesday Specials:

  • Stefon Diggs o99.5 Rec. Yds, Derrick Henry o99.5 Rush Yds & o1.5 Combined TDs (+1000)
  • Bills -6.5 & o52.5 Total Game Points (+235)
  • Josh Allen o300 Pass Yds & o2.5 Pass TDs (+275)
  • Over 13.5 Total Points in First Quarter (+205)

TUESDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Bills-Titans Week 5 Odds

  • Week 5: 7:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
  • Moneyline: Bills -175, Titans +150
  • Spread: Bills -3.5
  • Over/Under:51.5 points
  • Implied Score: Bills 28, Titans 25

Click here for a full list of Bills-Titans Week 5 odds.

Welcome to the COVID era of the NFL, where the Titans are coming off of a bye week that was enforced by a slew of positive tests and had a second game pushed from Sunday back to Tuesday.

That means that we get Tuesday night football. 

Can we still call it MACtion if it’s the NFL?

Either way, this line is currently sitting at Buffalo (-3), and for the life of me, I cannot understand why it’s only (-3).

The Titans are frauds. Yeah, I said it. They’re sitting at 3-0 on the season, but those three wins came against the Broncos (1-3), the Jaguars (1-4) and the Vikings (1-4), and all three of them came as a result of a Stephen Gostkowski field goal in the final two minutes. Buffalo, on the other hand, is 4-0 with wins over the Rams and at the Raiders, who went into Kansas City and beat the defending Super Bowl champs on Sunday. 

I’m buying Josh Allen and the Bills. I’ve been buying them before the season started, when I told you to toss a handful of shekels on Josh Allen for MVP at (+6000). 

Should I mention that Allen is 10-3-2 against the spread on the road?

And that’s before we take the COVID into consideration. The Titans have not played in 16 days. Not only that, but they have been locked out of their practice facility. They haven’t been working out the way the Bills have been working out. They haven’t been on the practice field trying to figure out a way to slow down Allen. I’m not saying that is going to turn the Titans into the Falcons or Mike Vrabel into Adam Gase, but that has to mean something, right? 

I make this line at closer to (-5) or (-5.5). So yes, I will be on the Bills.