This rematch from last year’s AFC Divisional Playoffs features two teams who find themselves struggling as of late. The Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens will renew hostilities on Sunday as both squads look to get back on track. The Titans have lost three of their last four and the Ravens two of three coming into this head-to-head meeting. The NFL odds and expert NFL picks have pegged the home team as nearly a full-touchdown favorite in this critical showdown that carries major postseason implications.
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NFL Odds, NFL Picks and NFL Props | Titans vs Ravens
Titans vs Ravens Game Info
Tennessee Titans (6-3, 2-1 Away) at Baltimore Ravens (6-3, 2-2 Home)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020
Time: 1 p.m. EST
Venue: M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore, MD
Attendance: No fans will be allowed to attend.
Titans vs Ravens NFL Odds + NFL Picks
Opening Lines: Ravens -6.5; O/U 47
Moneyline: : TEN: (+230) | BAL: (-270)
Spread: TEN: +6 (-105) | BAL: -6 (-115)
Total: 49.5 — Over: (-110) | Under: (-110)
All odds courtesy of MyBookie Sportsbook
Titans vs Ravens Overview
The Titans’ 5-0 start is long gone, and last week’s divisional loss to the Indianapolis Colts had an extra sting to it. Like their two most recent opponents in the Colts and Chicago Bears, Baltimore brings an elite defense to the table. Needless to say, Ryan Tannehill will need to be better if the Titans are to spring a road upset and win in this week’s NFL picks. Derrick Henry has continued to churn out yards but has now failed to reach the end zone in each of the last two games. The questionable status of Baltimore defensive linemen Calais Campbell and Brandon Williams could bode well for Henry and the Tennessee offense as a whole.
To say the Ravens have been a tough team to figure out this season is an understatement. The defense has been ferocious for the most part but got gashed by the Patriots on the ground in last week’s loss. Reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson has failed to replicate his magic from a season ago as the Ravens’ offense has been plagued by inconsistency. None of the three running backs has been able to assert themselves as the true leader of the backfield. The role of talented wideouts like Marquise Brown has been muddied by the inaccuracy of Jackson as a passer. Perhaps a matchup against a Titans defense that has allowed 30+ points in five games this season is just what the doctor ordered for the Ravens and those backing them in their NFL picks.
Titans vs Ravens Betting Trends
- Titans 2020 Betting Trends: 3-6 ATS; 4-5 to the Over
- Ravens 2020 Betting Trends: 6-2-1 ATS; 3-6 to the Over
- The outright winner has also covered the spread in six of the last seven head-to-head meetings between the Titans and Ravens.
- The Under has gone 15-0 in the Ravens’ last fifteen home games against AFC South opponents.
- The Under has gone 6-0-1 in the last seven head-to-head meetings between the Titans and Ravens.
Titans vs Ravens Stats
- Tennessee has averaged 27.7 points per game (PPG) this season (No. 10 in the NFL)
- Tennessee has surrendered 26.1 PPG this season (No. 17 in the NFL)
- Baltimore has averaged 27.1 PPG this season (No. 12 in the NFL)
- Baltimore has surrendered 18.3 PPG this season (No. 1 in the NFL)
Monkey Knife Fight NFL Props
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Monkey Knife Fight has several great NFL props for the entire Week 11 slate. Here is one of my favorites for the Titans vs Ravens game.
I am fully expecting Derrick Henry to be a major part of what the Titans do offensively on Sunday. NFL props like this one from Monkey Knife Fight are the perfect way to capitalize on this in-game opinion. The Ravens’ cornerback duo of Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters is capable of shutting down Ryan Tannehill’s top two wideouts in A.J. Brown and Corey Davis. Add in the fact that both Calais Campbell and Brandon Williams are likely to miss the game and the Ravens defensive front will be a shell of itself.
The Titans defense is surrendering roughly 13.5 fantasy points per game to tight ends. Andrews is more talented than most of those Tennessee has faced this season and is also Lamar Jackson’s favorite target, particularly down in the red zone. I like both players to go over their fantasy point totals among my NFL picks this week.
Successfully predicting both fantasy points totals would win you 3.5x your buy-in.
Titans vs Ravens NFL Picks and NFL Odds
The point spread for this game has seen limited movement thus far, with expert NFL picks only dropping the line a half point in favor of the underdog Titans. It has been interesting to see the total tick up two and a half points from opening. This likely has a lot more to do with the injuries on the Ravens’ side than anything else.
Perhaps I’m lower on the Ravens than most, but I think six points is too many for them to be laying in this spot. There just seems to be more questions than answers with this team, and I believe the Titans will be able to move the ball especially if Williams and Campbell are out. For as shaky as the Titans have been defensively at times this season, I’m just not comfortable trusting Jackson, especially if the Ravens are forced to play from behind.
Pick: Titans +6 (-105 at MyBookie Sportsbook)