Last Updated Sep 19, 2022, 7:36 PM

Tennessee Titans vs. Buffalo Bills Same Game Parlay Picks and Predictions

NFL betting expert Michael Crosson gives his same game parlay selection for Monday night's primetime matchup between the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills. Odds provided by DraftKings.

Titans vs. Bills SGP Picks

  • Buffalo Bills -6.5 (-9.5)
  • Devin Singletary (BUF) Over 49.5 Rushing Yards (OU 45.5)
  • Devin Singletary (BUF) Anytime Touchdown (+125)

Payout: +380

The Titans won the AFC South with a record of 12-5 last season, and last week, they stormed out of the gate with similar intentions, as Tennessee jumped out to a commanding 13-0 first half lead over the Giants in Week 1. However, Tennessee’s offense appeared to sleepwalk through the rest of the contest, as the Titans scored just seven points on 155 total yards in the second half against the G-Men, ultimately leading to a 21-20 home loss.

The Bills, on the other hand, had a much tougher assignment to open the year, as Buffalo hit the road as narrow favorites over the Rams in Week 1, and made things look very casual against the reigning Super Bowl Champs, as the Bills erupted for 31 PTS on 413 total yards in a 21-point blowout to kick off the season (W, 31-10).

I’ll back the Bills to win by a touchdown here, as 10 PTS is a bit too steep for me in this matchup, however, Buffalo should still cruise to a home win against a Titans squad that’s now scored 20 PTS or less in seven of their last nine contests dating back to last season (19.7 PPG).

The Bills didn’t run the ball much during their blowout win over the Rams last week, but they ran it well whenever they did, as Buffalo tallied 121 rushing yards on 25 carries for an average of 4.8 YPC in Week 1. Josh Allen served as the Bills’ leading rusher in last week’s contest with 10 carries for 56 yards, while RB Devin Singletary followed closely behind with eight carries for 48 yards, which is roughly what Singletary averaged on the ground last season (51.2 YPG).

Towards the end of last season, however, he evolved into the workhorse back the Bills hoped he would eventually become, as Singletary rushed for 50+ yards in five of the Bills’ last seven contests for an average of 68.9 YPG, which includes an average of 53.5 YPG on 13 CAR across a pair of playoff matchups against the Patriots and Bills.

I’ll back Buffalo to lean on Singletary much more in Week 2, as Singletary averaged 90.2 total yards and scored nine TD’s across the Bills’ final six contests of last year, which bodes well heading into Monday’s matchup against a Titans’ defense that surrendered 238 rushing yards to the Giants last week.

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