The Tennessee Titans and the Baltimore Ravens are both fresh off losses in Week 10. The Titans can’t afford to lose, especially because the Indianapolis Colts just tied them atop the AFC South, plus the latter holds the tie-breaker advantage over Ryan Tannehill and gang. As for the Ravens, they also need a win to keep strengthening their playoff chances.
Betting Preview for the Tennessee Titans vs Baltimore Ravens Regular Season Week 11 Game on November 22, 2020
Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
When: Sunday, November 22, 2020, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: CBS
Betting on the Tennessee Titans (+6)
Regular Season Record: 6-3
The Titans are coming off a 34-17 loss to the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday, which was Tennessee’s third in four games. Ryan Tannehill completed just 15 of 27 passes for 147 passing yards and a touchdown, but at least he wasn’t intercepted. Derrick Henry put up a solid game, nevertheless, as he rushed for 103 yards on 19 carries, but he was not able to find the end zone. Henry must be excited to meet the Ravens for the first time since the conference title game last season. In that game, Henry tortured Baltimore’s defense for 195 rushing yards on 30 carries. Henry is going to get his numbers on the ground regardless of the quality of the opposing defense, as the Titans trust him so well to deliver. On the season, Henry has 201 rushing attempts (tops in the NFL) and 946 rushing yards (second overall). Add to that the fact that the Ravens’ defense is missing key bodies on defense in Calais Campbell and Brandon Williams, and it truly makes sense that Baltimore should feed Henry the ball nonstop and let him carry the offense this coming Sunday.
The Titans, who are sixth in the league with 148.7 rushing yards per game, have seen the total go over in seven of their last 10 contests.
Betting on the Baltimore Ravens (-6)
Regular Season Record: 6-3
The Ravens are coming off a 23-17 loss in Foxboro to the New England Patriots, and it was a particularly bad one for Baltimore as they saw Williams get hurt along with Nick Boyle, who is now done for the season with a knee injury. But at the end of the day, the Ravens will go as far as where Lamar Jackson takes them. Jackson has struggled as of late, and against the Patriots, he passed for 249 yards and two touchdowns with an interception on 24-of-34 completions. He also led the team with 55 rushing yards on 11 carries. Jackson hasn’t been as effective in passing the ball in the past few games compared to those earlier this season. But he will have to keep on trying and success could be had from him this weekend against the Titans’ defense that’s among the worst against the pass. The Titans are ranked just 24th against the pass in terms of DVOA (Defense-adjusted Value Over Average) and just 28th with 277.4 passing yards allowed per contest. Defensively, the Ravens may be banged up, but the Titans’ offense isn’t doing well either, as it has scored just 17 points in each of the Titans’ last two games.
The Ravens are 6-4 against the spread in their last 10 games at home.
The Colts win, 26-23.
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