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For the San Francisco 49ers vs Tennessee Titans matchup on Thursday Night Football, Matt O'Leary has three ways to win big.

3 Ways to Win Big on Thursday Night Football: Tennessee Titans vs San Francisco 49ers

To kick off week 16, the Tennessee Titans will play host to the San Francisco 49ers. After starting the year 2-4, the 49ers have gone on a run winning six of eight to put them right back in the playoff mix and they’ve won back-to-back games.

Tennessee with three losses in their last four games have lost the one seed and are clinging to the division lead by a thread. Will they bounce back here this week at home or instead will San Fran’s run continue?

Today, I’m looking at three ways to win big for this Thursday Night Football game with a heavy dose of anytime touchdown scorers.

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A.J. Brown Anytime TD scorer + Titans win (+380)

The first one we’re going with is a parlay with A.J. Brown. Brown is expected to make his return to the lineup this week, his first game since Week 11. It’s been a bit of a down year for Brown who only has three touchdowns on the season but even with missing time, he’s tied for the lead in red zone targets for the Titans. I’d imagine that they’d like to get him back into the lineup and involved right away as he’d immediately be the best offensive on the player for Tennessee.

As for the Titans winning, I have a good feeling about them this week. They’re desperate, playing this game at home too certainly would help. I wouldn’t be “stunned” if the 49ers won this game but keep in mind as home dogs this year the Titans are 2-0 straight up. If you’re a believer in Tennessee this is pretty good value.

Geoff Swaim Anytime TD (+550)

If you guys know me at all you know how much I love Tight Ends for anytime touchdown plays. At DraftKings, he’s +550 to get into the endzone and I almost fell out of my chair when I saw that value. Like Brown, Swaim doesn’t have a ton of trips to the endzone but he does eat in the red zone. He has five catches on seven targets and two touchdowns. Feed me all the tight ends in the red zone and let’s cash in big on this anytime touchdown.

George Kittle 65+ receiving yards + under 44.5 points (+295)

I love George Kittle. He’s the perfect tight end, he can catch, run with the ball in his hands, and block like a mad man. For the third year in a row, this man is averaging over 75 yards per game as well. A true game-changer at the position. Over the last three weeks alone he’s averaging 141.7 yards per game. Yes, that math is correct he’s gone for 93, 151, and 181 over the last three weeks. I understand the Titans have allowed the fourth-fewest yards to tight ends this year but Kittle isn’t your average tight end. Give me 75 yards and a score tonight.

Also, I know betting the under is boring but I’m not sold on either of these teams having a great day offensively. I think we’re looking at a low-scoring 20-17 kind of game which if my math serves me right that is well under 44.5 points. The Titans offense has struggled the last few weeks but they normally play solid defense so as a result, we should be looking at a game where points are hard to come by.

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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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