Tennessee Titans vs Baltimore Ravens NFL Football Week 11 Odds, Prediction and Betting Tips
Tennessee Titans vs Baltimore Ravens Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview of the match for the NFL Football Game on Sunday November 22th, 2020.
|Reason for #465 Tennessee Titans 49.5|
The Titans just lost 34-17 to the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday night in Week 10. The Titans have now lost three of their last four games after starting the season 5-0.
The Titans are now in second place in the AFC South, tied with the Colts at 6-3 but losing the division tie-break.
The Titans have scored 24 points or less in four of their last four games, as the offense has struggled recently.
During the season, the Titans score 27.7 points per game and also gain 385.1 total yards of attack per fight.
The Titans allow their opponent 26.1 points per game, but Tennessee has conceded 27 or more in its last three losses.
The Titans will be looking for a rebounding victory on the road, but it won't be easy against a frustrated Ravens team.
|#17 Ryan Tannehill QB|
|Reason for #466 Baltimore Ravens -6|
The Baltimore Ravens were defeated by the New England Patriots by a final score of 23-17 on Sunday Night Football in Week 10.
The Ravens took a 7-0 lead, but the Patriots managed to get back up and win the game. The momentum of the game.
New England was impressive on both sides of the ball and the Ravens had no response. The Ravens are now 6-3 and 3.0 games behind the Steelers for first place in the AFC North; therefore, Baltimore is unlikely to win a division title.
The Ravens are scoring 27.1 points per game and are also gaining 362.4 total yards of attack per fight. The Ravens defense has excelled this season, allowing their opponent just 18.3 points per game.
|#8 Lamar Jackson QB|
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The Titans will throw the ball down the Ravens' throat for the second straight season with Henry for another great game. If Damien Harris can rush 121 yards in the rain, Henry could double that. Williams and Campbell are Pro Bowl-caliber players demanding doubles teams. Baltimore will try different patterns and blitz races, but Tannehill is too good for that. Baltimore doesn't have a strong enough passing game to take advantage of a Tennessee pass defense that allows 277.4 yards per game.