Titans vs. Ravens Spread Prediction
The Titans handed the Patriots a loss Wildcard Weekend but find themselves as 10-point road pups on Saturday night in Baltimore, where they will visit the Ravens at 8:15 p.m. ET. Is Tennessee a better bet than Baltimore to cover or will the Ravens roll?
303 Tennessee Titans (+10) at 304 Baltimore Ravens (-10); O/U 47
8:15 p.m. ET, Saturday, January 11, 2020
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD
Public Betting Trends
According to our NFL Football Public Betting Chart page, the Ravens are receiving 54% of the betting tickets from online sportsbooks.
Tennessee Titans Fantasy Spin
Adoree' Jackson (foot) wasn't listed on the Titans' final injury report for Saturday's Divisional Round game against the Ravens. Jackson returned to full participation Thursday after sitting out Tuesday and Wednesday's practices. LB Kamalei Correa (illness), OG Nate Davis (illness), RB Dion Lewis (shoulder) and WR Kalif Raymond (concussion) were also removed from Tennessee's injury report. LB Jayon Brown (shoulder) and WR Adam Humphries (ankle) have been ruled out while WR Cody Hollister (ankle) is questionable for Saturday's 8:15 PM ET kickoff in Baltimore.
Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Spin
Mark Ingram (calf) is questionable for Saturday's Divisional Round game against the Titans. He finished the week with a limited practice on Thursday. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Ingram is expected to play through his calf injury, though ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley isn't as certain, calling him a "question mark" for Saturday's 8:15 PM ET kickoff. If Ingram is out or limited, it would open up more carries for Gus Edwards and, to a lesser extent, Justice Hill.
NFL Betting Trends
The Titans are 4-0 against the spread in their last four road games and have covered the number in six of their last eight games overall.
The Ravens are 4-0 against the spread in their last four games overall and have covered seven of their last eight playoff games, although the one ATS loss was last year when they lost to the Chargers as a home favorite.
Derrick Henry is going to be a problem for Baltimore, just as he was a problem for most opponents in the second half of the season. That said, the Ravens run defense is stout and Baltimore is well rested despite dealing with some injuries. The Ravens covered nine of their final 10 games in the regular season and won their final 12 games of the year outright. They’re 36-0 all-time as a double-digit favorite, which includes the playoffs, and are the only active franchise to never lose a game in that spot. As for Tennessee, since 1997, teams 9-7 or worse are 6-13 against the spread and 3-16 outright in the Divisional round. The Titans were able to knock off the Patriots last weekend in Foxborough but for as good as Henry was, the offense still only generated 14 points. Granted, the Patriots have a stout defense but everyone made it seem that Henry and the Titans took it to New England, which wasn’t the case. Unlike the Pats, the Ravens have not struggled offensively this season. Quite the opposite in fact, as Lamar Jackson put together a MVP-like season in leading the Ravens to the No. 1 seed. The Titans could give the Ravens a game for a quarter or two, but eventually Baltimore’s dominance will take over.
NFL Divisional Round Playoff Prediction: BALTIMORE RAVENS -10