The Tennessee Titans visit the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. Here’s our complete guide to Titans Ravens Bet Tips.All odds and lines from PointsBet, current as of Thursday at 12:00 p.m. ET.
Tennessee Titans (6-3) at Baltimore Ravens (6-3)
Titans Ravens Bet Tips
Titans Ravens Odds and Betting Lines
Against The Spread: Ravens -6 (-110)/Titans +6 (-110)
Moneyline: Ravens (-270)/Titans (+215)
Total: 48.5 — Over 48.5 (-110)/Under 48.5 (-110)
Implied Team Totals: Ravens 27, Titans 21
Following a 5-0 start to the year, the Titans are 1-3 in their past four games and coming off a loss to the Colts. They will look to get back into the win column facing the Ravens on Sunday, a team that is 1-2 in their past three games following their 5-1 start.
Baltimore is also coming off a loss. They were defeated on Sunday night football by the Patriots.
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Titans Ravens Injury Report
CB Adoree Jackson (knee), Questionable
WR Adam Humphries (concussion), Questionable
OL Rodger Saffold III (ankle), Questionable
DE Jadeveon Clowney (knee), Questionable
OL Dennis Kelly (knee), Questionable
LB L.J. Fort (finger), Questionable
CB Jimmy Smith (ankle), Questionable
TE Nick Boyle (knee), Out
DL Brandon Williams (ankle), Questionable
Titans Ravens Players to Watch
Titans RB Derrick Henry must find a way to barrel through Baltimore’s stout run defense to give Tennessee the edge.
Henry is No. 2 in the NFL in rushing yards (942) and has already logged five games with 100+ yards on the ground. He managed six last season. Henry should trample over his 2020 mark.
An odd trend on Henry this year, however. The punishing contact rusher has gone over the century mark on the ground in every other game this season beginning in Week 1.
Riding a two-game scoring drought, Henry will look to get back into the end zone on Sunday in Baltimore, a team he dominated last January in the playoffs.
Henry has played in three career games against the Ravens and was shut down in his first two. But when it mattered most in last year’s Divisional Round of the postseason, the elite back rushed for 195 yards on 30 carries, adding a seven-yard reception.
Henry has one touchdown in his three appearances versus the Ravens, scoring back in their 2017 meeting.
Ravens WR Willie Snead has been the best Baltimore wideout in each of the team’s past three games.
With 18 targets since Week 8, Snead has five more targets than Marquise Brown in that time span. He’s led the Ravens in targets in two of the past three games while leading the team in receptions and yards in all three outings.
On the season, Snead has one more touchdown overall than Brown while leading the team in yards per catch (14.2).
Snead has an excellent opportunity to have another sound outing facing a Titans defense that has been lit up by enemy wideouts this season.
Tennessee is No 2 in receptions (163), No. 3 in yards (1,826), and No. 5 in touchdowns (10) allowed to wide receivers in 2020.
Titans Ravens Weather Report
The weather at M&T Bank Stadium calls for an overcast afternoon at the time of kickoff with a 0% chance of precipitation.
The temperature is forecast at 57 degrees Fahrenheit with 6 mph winds blowing South.
Titans Ravens Bet Tips
BEST BET: Ravens -6 (-110)
The Ravens and Titans are 1-2 and 1-3 respectively in their past three and four games following a terrific start to the season. However, in a must-have game for both teams, I trust the Ravens in the regular season more so than I trust Tennessee.
The Ravens have been one of the best regular-season teams in the Lamar Jackson era while the Titans are famous for having their slip-ups.
The Ravens are 4-5 against the spread in nine games played this season but 13-6-1 ATS in their last 20 games overall.
The Titans are 3-6 ATS in nine 2020 games.
The Ravens are 4-4versus Tennessee in their last eight meetings straight-up.
Baltimore is 2-1-1 in their last five games versus the Titans.
CONSIDER: Under 48.5 (-110)
The Ravens and Titans are two similarly built teams, but Baltimore has the edge defensively.
Tennessee is averaging the 10th-most points per game (27.7) in the NFL while surrendering the 17th most PPG (26.1).
Baltimore is averaging the 12th most PPG (27.1) while allowing the fewest PPG (18.3).
The Under is 5-3 in the past eight meetings between the Ravens and Titans and 2-0 in each of their past two games.
The Under is 6-3 in Baltimore’s nine games played this season.
CONSIDER: Ravens (-270)
If you like the Ravens to win outright but don’t think they will cover, then take their Moneyline. You need to wager a bit more to get a decent return, but you are protected with the points.
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