Tennessee Titans

Tennessee Titans

Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens

VS January 11, 2020 M&T Bank Stadium Match Day Forecast: 50°F, Showers
Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens

Titans at Ravens Odds

SPREAD
Tennessee Titans

+9-108


+8.5 -110


+10.0-120


+8-110


+9.5-110


+8.5
-110

+9.5 -110


+8.5-110


Baltimore Ravens

-9-108


-8.5 -110


-10.0+100


-8-110


-9.5-110


-8.5
-110

-9.5 -110


-8.5 -110


O/U
Tennessee Titans


O 47.5

-110

O 47.5
-110

O 48.0
-110

O 47
-110


O 48.0

-110


O 47.5

-110

O 48
+100

O 47.5
-110

Baltimore Ravens


U 47.5

-110

U 47.5
-110

U 48.0
-110

U 47
-110


U 48.0

-110

U 47.5
-110

U 48
-120

U 47.5
-110

Moneyline
Tennessee Titans


+330


+300


+350


+325


+350


+310


+360


+300

Baltimore Ravens


-435


-385


-440


-430


-450


-375


-450


-385

Tennessee Titans Preview

The Tennessee Titans look to record an upset for the second straight weekend when they visit the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night. The sixth-seeded Titans defeated the third-seeded New England Patriots last Saturday when NFL rushing champion Derrick Henry (1,540 yards) set a franchise postseason record with a 182-yard rushing performance.

Tennessee again figures to rely on Henry to control the pace of a game against the NFL’s top offense. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was just 8-of-15 passing for 72 yards with one touchdown and one interception against New England. Linebacker Rashaan Evans had three tackles for loss among 10 stops in a strong effort.

Baltimore Ravens Preview

The Baltimore Ravens begin pursuit of a possible Super Bowl appearance when they host the sixth-seeded Tennessee Titans on Saturday night. The top-seeded Ravens are averaging an NFL-high 33.2 points per game behind quarterback Lamar Jackson, the favorite to win MVP honors.

Jackson passed for 3,127 yards and an NFL-best 36 touchdowns and also rushed for 1,206 yards, the latter representing a new NFL mark for a quarterback. Baltimore set an NFL record by rushing for 3,296 yards but running back Mark Ingram II (1,018 yards) is still bothered by a calf injury suffered in Week 16. Baltimore ranked fifth in rushing defense (93.4 yards per game) as it attempts to corral Titans star rusher Derrick Henry.