The Tennessee Titans and New York Jets face off on Sunday in a Week 4 NFL game.
Which team will get the victory?
Check out these NFL Week 4 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 10 a.m. MST time on CBS.
The Titans are a 7.5-point favorite in the game.
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Sportsnaut: Titans 34, Jets 20
Matt Johnson writes: “The New York Jets are starting to get back on track, but their defense is going to be awful. A 300-yard, multi-touchdown game from Tannehill and 100-yard performances from Jones and Henry seems like a very predictable outcome in this one.”
Fansided: Titans should roll past Jets in Week 4
Geoffrey Knox writes: “Again, this is one of those scenarios where phrases like ‘trap game’ come to mind. The Titans, once this one wraps, travel to Duval County to take on another rival, the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jags could literally walk into that one with a mark of 0-5 meaning a win by Tennessee could really put them in the driver’s seat in the AFC South. Again, Tennessee can’t have that on their minds in Week 4. They have to attack their schedule with a game-by-game mindset. Otherwise, this could be one of those games everyone talks about all season for the wrong reasons. Tennessee shouldn’t have to worry about that though. They’re the better team, and they should cruise. Frankly, they could win by more than two touchdowns. Take the spread, or bet on Tennessee straight up. You shouldn’t be disappointed with the result either way.”
CBS Sports: Titans 24, Jets 14
Patrik Walker writes: “Robert Saleh is a first-time head coach who also has to install an offense led by a rookie in Zach Wilson. They’ll probably get it figured out in 2021, but maybe not as early as Week 4 against a seasoned mind like Mike Vrabel. As long as the turf doesn’t interfere with the game, it’s one the Titans can win, but they better be on high alert for a potential upset.”
Sportsnaut: Titans 37, Jets 27
Andrew Buller-Russ writes: “Ryan Tannehill lost the offensive coordinator who revived his career in Arthur Smith. Oh well, he still has a 2,000-yard rusher in Derrick Henry to hand off to. Provided at least one of Tennessee’s defensive rookies in Caleb Farley or Elijah Molden step up on the back end, the Titans should be able to beat a Jets team that’s scored 20 points in three games going away.”
Draft Kings: Take the Titans to cover against Jets
It writes: “The Titans are the better team and are performing at a higher level. Even with Brown’s status up in the air, Tennessee is primed to roll in this game. The Titans need this matchup for their defense to get back on track. Henry should continue delivering big performances here. The Jets are struggling to produce points with Wilson and don’t have much to lean on outside of his arm. He could get a few big plays against Tennessee’s defense but will make a few mistakes as well.”
Tennessean: Titans 36, Jets 14
Ben Arthur writes: “Welcome to the NFL, Zach Wilson.”
FiveThirtyEight.com: Titans have a 70% win probability
The site gives the Jets a 30% win probability.
ESPN: Titans have a 65.1% chance to win
The site’s Football Power Index gives the Jets a 34.6% chance to pick up the victory.
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