Tennessee Titans vs Baltimore Ravens News & Picks
Tennessee Titans vs Baltimore Ravens Ravens Odds
|Tennessee Titans||+5 -110||49½ -110 O||+200|
|Baltimore Ravens||-5 -110||49½ -110 U||-240|
**Odds as of 11/20**
Against the Spread (Devlin Duckett)
All of a sudden the Tennessee Titans (6-3) have lost three-out-of-four, and the Baltimore Ravens (6-3) have lost two of their last three. The Titans were mashed by the Colts on national television this past Thursday, losing 34-17 at home. This rematch of last season’s AFC Divisional Round matchup has shaped up to be extremely important for both teams. For the most part, Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore offense have been shadows of themselves this season. The Ravens have slipped to twelfth place, regarding offensive PPG, and Jackson’s passing performances have been largely pedestrian. Baltimore is pretty solid defensively, but New England’s backfield dominated in a 23-17 Patriots’ win last week. The Patriots totaled 173 rushing yards and a score, with RB Rex Burkhead adding four catches for 35 yards and two more TDs. Something tells me that Derrick Henry will be very busy for the Titans this week. Baltimore is favored over Tennessee by 6½ points, but is 3-10-1 ATS over its previous 14 games as a favorite. The Titans cover the spread in a tight contest. Ravens 30, Titans 26
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
Both teams come from a tough loss and will be looking to bounce back.
The Tennessee Titans average 27.7 points per game, but Derrick Henry hasn’t scored in their last two games, nevertheless, Ryan Tannehill has developed a pretty good chemistry with A.J. Brown and Corey Davis. The total has gone over in four of Tennessee’s last five games against an opponent from the AFC.
Lamar Jackson needs more passing weapons; no Ravens’ WR surpassed 64 yards in Week 10 against the New England Patriots. Maybe it’s time for the Baltimore Ravens to really activate veteran Dez Bryant.
The Ravens average 27.1 points per game and the total has gone under in four of their last five games at home.
Last season, the Titans beat the Ravens 28-12 (Playoffs).
Go over as the Titans have one of the worst secondaries in the league and the Ravens need to clear some doubts.
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