Okay, BetUS online nation, Lamar Jackson, and the Baltimore Ravens will look to take care of business at home when they host Ryan Tannehill and the Tennessee Titans in an intriguing Week 11 matchup of AFC Super Bowl contenders.
Both teams are coming off of losses in their respective Week 10 matchups. Let’s find out if Baltimore can hold down the fort at home or whether Tennessee is the better sportsbook betting selection to get the road win and ATS upset against the Week 11 NFL odds.
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|Game: Tennessee Titans (6-3) vs Baltimore Ravens (6-3)
Location: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
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Moneyline: Titans (6-3) | Ravens (6-3)
Tennessee has lost two of three, including a humbling 34-17 loss against Indianapolis in Week 9. Ryan Tannehill passed for a modest 147 yards with one touchdown and one no interceptions while Derrick Henry rushed for 103 yards, but failed to find his way into the end zone. The Titans gave up 308 passing yards and one TD toss to Philip Rivers in the loss.
Baltimore has also dropped two of its last three games including its 23-17 Week 10 loss against New England on Sunday. Lamar Jackson passed for 249 yards with two touchdown passes and one interception while adding 55 rushing yards. Baltimore’s defense gave up 118 passing yards and one touchdown pass and another touchdown run to Patriots quarterback Cam Newton in the loss. With Baltimore playing at home, the Ravens should be able to come away with the much-needed win, seeing as how they lead the NFL in fewest points allowed (18.3 ppg).
Pick: Baltimore to Win
Neither of these AFC counterparts are among the hottest ATS teams in the league right now.
Point Spread: Titans -3½ (3-6) | Ravens +3½ (4-5)
The Titans and Ravens have both failed to cover the ATS betting line in three of their last four games. Tennessee has gone 2-6 ATS in their last 8 games against their AFC counterparts while also going 0-4 ATS in their last four road games. Baltimore has gone 1-5 ATS in its last six games as a favorite, but the Ravens are also 11-4 ATS in their last 15 games against their AFC counterparts. Still, this Week 11 matchup has the look of a classic field goal finish to me.
Pick: Tennessee to Cover
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Over/Under 49½ points: Titans (6-2-1) | Ravens (3-6)
The Titans have played over the total in two of their last three while Baltimore has played under the total in two straight and three of five. Still, the Over is 5-0-1 in Tennessee’s last six games against their AFC counterparts, but the under is 7-1 in Baltimore’s last 8 games against their AFC rivals. The Under is 9-3-1 in the last 13 meetings between these two and 6-0-1 in the last 7 meetings in Baltimore.
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Final Score: Baltimore 24 Tennessee 21
Titans at Ravens Props Predictions
The Titans have been held to 20 points or less in two of their last three while Baltimore has been limited to 24 points or less in three straight. This Week 11 matchup looks like a classic ‘street brawl’ just waiting to happen.
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Total TDs in the Game Over/Under 5½
Over 5½ TDs -110
Under 5½ TDs -120
This one is going to be a close call for NFL betting buffs, but in the end, I’m expecting both teams to put three touchdowns on the scoreboard.
A Team to Score Three Unanswered Times
Baltimore might be struggling right now, but the Ravens have the league’s stingiest defense, so I don’t see Tennessee scoring three straight. Baltimore isn’t what I’d call explosive lately on offense by any stretch of the imagination, so the ‘No’ selection looks like the way to go in this matchup.
Total FGs in the Game
Over 3½ FGs -115
Under 3½ FGs -115
Baltimore kicker Justin Tucker is absolutely phenomenal, but Tennessee’s Stephen Gostkowski has been wildly inconsistent, missing eight of 20 field goals this season. The Under looks like the right call for this one!