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Breaking down Colts-Titans betting splits for TNF

Thursday Night Football brings us a battle for first place in the AFC South, as the Colts and Titans face off. How are betters handling this Week 10 game? We break down the splits.

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill #17 of the Tennessee Titans plays against the Chicago Bears at Nissan Stadium on November 08, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

Thursday Night Football kicks off its season in Week 10 with two AFC South rivals going head to head. We get to see Ryan Tannehill and Philip Rivers face off, with Tannehill and the Titans set as 1-point home favorites. The point total is middling at 48.5, implying 24.75 points for Tennessee and 23.75 points for the Colts.

The Titans hols first place in the AFC South with a 6-2 record while the Colts are in second at 5-3 after losing to the Ravens last week while the Titans defeated the Bears.

As just a one-point favorite, the Titans backers are making themselves known at DraftKings Sportsbook. Bettors seem to prefer what the Titans have been up to offensively versus the Colts strong defense. The addition of Philip Rivers has been a mixed bag this season, but the Colts defense has stepped up while the Titans defense has fallen back from recent seasons. But, Tannehill, Derrick Henry, A.J. Brown and Corey Davis have been playing well and finding ways to outscore opponents.

The majority of the handle and bets are for the Titans and the point, with 79 percent of the handle and 82 percent of the bets leaning toward Tennessee. The same is true with the moneyline, with 73 percent of the handle and 66 percent of the bets favoring the Titans.

As for the point total, the money is split fairly evenly, with 54 percent of the handle hoping the game goes under 48.5 points. The percent of bets made are exactly even, with 50 percent leaning under and over for tonight’s game.