How to Bet on the Super Bowl in Tennessee

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How to Bet on the Super Bowl in Tennessee

Author: AmericanGambler1234 | Last Updated: August 16, 2023

Online sports betting in Tennessee has been legal since November 2020. The state is home to the Tennessee Titans, who have had their fair share of memorable moments over the years.

Super Bowl LVII should be the most bet-on event of the year, presenting an excellent opportunity for sports bettors in the Volunteer State to cash in.

Here is a closer look at Super Bowl betting in Tennesee

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History of the Tennessee Titans in the Super Bowl

The Tennesee Titans are one of eight NFL franchises that have never won a Super Bowl. The Titans have only been the big game once, qualifying out of the AFC during the 1999/2000 season.

Although the Titans lost to the Rams 23-16 in Super Bowl XXXIV, they were involved in one of the more memorable endings in Super Bowl history. Wideout Kevin Dyson was tackled one yard short of the endzone on the game's final play fail, making for one of the most thrilling and heartbreaking moments in NFL history.

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Super Bowl Betting Lines

Bettors can make tons of different wagers on betting apps when wagering on the Super Bowl in Tennessee. They’ll have access to all the same betting lines typically found at NFL games, along with an insane amount of props, some of which have nothing to do with the action on the field.

Game Lines

The most common NFL bets are on moneylinesspreads, and totals.

The moneyline is the most straightforward – odds are set based on a team’s perceived likelihood of winning the game outright, and the bet wins if the team the bet is made upon wins the game. (I.e, You just bet on the Titans to win).

Point spreads are slightly different. While the odds are more even, one team starts with a handicap. Sportsbooks identify the margin of victory they expect for the favored team and, an essence, give points to the underdog. If you see a line such as Titans (-6.5), that means oddsmakers expect the Titans to win the game by a touchdown or more. For the favorite to cover the spread, they need to win by a larger margin than the set line.

Point totals distinguish themselves from moneylines and spreads in that they’re only concerned with the total points the two teams combine to score (i.e, O/U 45).  If you expect to see a fair amount of scoring in the game, you would take the over. If you think it will be more of a defensive grind, back the under.

Game/Player Props

Prop bets are side wagers on the game that aren't correlated to the overall outcome. They usually relate to individual players or teams hitting specific milestones during the game. Bettors can find odds and bet on

  • Over/unders on passing yards, rushing yards, receiving yards
  • Derrick Henry to score the first touchdown
  • Titans to record over 1.5 sacks

Novelty Props

The Super Bowl lends itself to several props that aren’t available for any other NFL game. Many have little to do with the game itself. Popular novelty props include:

  • The coin toss (heads or tails)
  • Will the announcers mention gambling odds during the broadcast
  • The color of the Gatorade poured on the winning coach

How Do I Make a Bet in Tennessee?

With sports betting legal, betting on the Super Bowl in Tennessee is easy to do from anywhere within the state. Bettors just need to log into their sports betting app of choice. New bettors can also claim sportsbook promos just by signing up and making their first deposit.

To register for Super Bowl Betting in Tennessee:

  • Download your sportsbook app of choice
  • Click “sign up”
  • Make a deposit (be sure to check minimum deposit rules)
  • Claim bonus bets or bet credits back if you don't win

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