Ravens vs. Titans NFL Wild Card Round Game Odds, Trends, Analysis and Predictions
The best offshore gambling sites favor the road team when the Baltimore Ravens and the Tennessee Titans play in an AFC wild-card round matchup in NFL action from Nissan Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The Baltimore Ravens journey to Tennessee to face the AFC South champion Titans (11-5 SU, 7-9 ATS). This is a rematch of a Week 11 overtime nailbiter. The Ravens (11-5 SU, 10-5-1 ATS) have won five of six since that game. They enter the postseason with guns blazing.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans NFL Odds by BetUs
|Ravens||-3 (-125)||54½ (-110)||-180|
|Titans||+3 (+105)||54½ (-110)||+155|
Betting Baltimore Ravens
The Black Birds are road faves at the best online sportsbooks. The Baltimore Ravens head into the playoffs as a red-hot team in the league. Baltimore has scored less than 34 points just once in the last five games (27 points vs. the Giants). They have won all five in the span.
The running game in particular has been en fuego. The Ravens have rushed for over 150 yards in five consecutive games. They have gone over 200 in three of those games. That includes 404 yards in Week 17.
Rookie running back J.K. Dobbins has been remarkably good. He has touchdowns in six games in a row. That includes two in a 160-yard showing in that Week 17 win versus Cincinnati. Expect Dobbins to be the center of attention against the weak Titans defense. Cornerback Jimmy Smith and defensive end Yannick Ngakoue are questionable for this game.
Betting Tennessee Titans
The Tites are home dogs according to the best offshore gambling sites. Just the eighth player in league history to do so, 2,000-yard rusher Derrick Henry heads into the playoffs showing no signs of slowing down.
The Ravens were eighth overall in run defense in the regular season. But he has been practically unstoppable. Henry paced the league in rush attempts, yards per game and rushing touchdowns.
He was fourth in yards per attempt among his fellow running backs.
When these teams clashed in Week 11, he rushed 28 times for 133 yards and a walk-off TD in OT. The Titans defense has been a problem all season long. It is primed to allow a boatload of points and yards to the hungry Ravens offense.
The Titans were 29th against the pass. They were 19th against the run. On paper, the latter would help against the run-happy Ravens. Guard Rodger Saffold was injured in Week 17. He is questionable. Losing Saffold would be a big hit for the Titans offense.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans NFL Pick
Per the best offshore gambling sites, Baltimore is 6-0 ATS in their last six games overall. And 7-2 ATS in their last nine playoff games. The under is 4-1 in their last five games on the road. Tennessee is 4-1 ATS in their last five wild card round games. And 0-3-1 ATS in their last four playoff games at home. The over is 5-0 in their last five games as home dogs.
The under is 9-4-1 in the last 14 games between these two teams.
We understand the revenge storyline. As well as that the Ravens come in on a five-game winning streak. But we can’t just ignore the fact that the Titans are getting points at home. As well as that the entire league knows how to get the best of the Ravens. In a nutshell, you stop Lamar Jackson and render him obsolete.
Conversely, as good as Derrick Henry is, and he is, the Ravens have the defense to stop him if it comes to that. There should be lots of running the football and a bunch of time consumed. That leaves us with a game coming in under the total.