The Tennessee Titans (6-3) will try to prove oddsmakers wrong when they hit the field against the Baltimore Ravens (6-3) on Sunday, November 22, 2020 as underdogs. The contest’s point total is set at .
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- Ravens games have gone over 49 points on four occasions this season (44.4% of matchups).
- Tennessee’s games have gone over 49 points on seven occasions (77.8% of games).
- These two teams score a combined average of 54.8 points per game, higher than the total for this matchup by 5.8 points.
- The over/under for this game is set at 49 points, 4.6 points higher than the two teams’ opponents scoring average.
- The over/under in this game is 49 points, 3.6 higher than the average total in Ravens games this season.
- The average total for Titans games is 53.8 points, 4.8 more than this game’s over/under.
- The Titans are the league’s 10th-highest scoring team this season compared to the 12th-ranked Ravens.
- Baltimore is the league’s top-ranked scoring defense while Tennessee is the 17th-ranked.
Ravens Betting Insights
- Baltimore has a 4-4-1 record against the spread.
- The Ravens have an ATS record of 3-2-1 when playing as at least 6.5-point favorites.
- Just three of Baltimore’s nine games this year have gone over the point total (33.3% of its opportunities).
Titans Betting Insights
- Tennessee’s games have hit the over in seven out of nine opportunities this season (77.8%).
- Tennessee has a losing 3-6 record against the spread.
- The Titans have a losing ATS record of 0-2 when playing as at least 6.5-point underdogs.
Ravens vs Titans: Head to Head
|Date||Home Team||Total Yards||Result|
|10/14/2018||Titans||361-106 BAL||21-0 BAL|
When the Ravens Have the Ball
- The Ravens average points scored this season (27.1) and the Titans points allowed (26.1) are within one point of each other.
- In games where Baltimore score at least 27.1 points this season, they are 4-0 overall and 2-1-1 against the spread.
- When the Tennessee defense allows 26.1 points or fewer this year, the Titans have put together a 3-0 overall record and a 2-1 record against the spread.
- The Titans defense has allowed an average of 398.1 yards per game in 2020, 50.4 yards more than the 347.7 the Ravens offense has averaged per contest.
- On average, the Ravens gain 5.5 yards per play and the Titans allow 5.8.
- In contests where the Baltimore offense totals at least their average yard output this season, they are 2-3-1 against the spread and 4-2 overall.
- When Tennessee allows fewer total yards to opposing offenses than their season average, they are 2-3 against the spread and 3-2 overall this season.
- The Ravens have averaged 163.6 yards per game on the ground this season, 42.9 yards more than the Titans have allowed to opposing rushing attacks (120.7).
- In games where the Baltimore rushing attack puts together at least their season average this season, the Ravens are 2-1 overall and 1-2 against the spread.
- When Tennessee limits opposing teams to 120.7 rushing yards or fewer this year, they are 3-3 against the spread and 4-2 overall.
- This season, the Titans have forced an average of 1.6 turnovers per game compared to the 1.2 times Ravens have turned the football over in each contest.
- When Baltimore turns the football over 1.2 times or fewer this season, they are 5-2 overall and 4-3 against the spread.
- Tennessee is 2-3 against the spread and 4-1 overall this season when they force at least 1.6 turnovers in a game.
When the Titans Have the Ball
- The Titans score 9.4 more points per game (27.7) than the Ravens allow (18.3).
- Tennessee is 2-2 against the spread and 4-0 overall a season ago when the team scores at least 27.7 points.
- This season, Baltimore has a 2-1-1 record against the spread and a 4-0 record overall in games when it holds opponents to 27.1 or fewer points.
- The Titans rack up 50.9 more yards per game (373.9), than the Ravens give up per contest (323). On average, the Titans gain 5.9 yards per play, while the Ravens allow 5.1 per play.
- Baltimore has a 3-2 record ATS and a 3-2 record overall when holding its opponents to 323 yards or less.
- This season, the Titans rush for 39 more yards per game (148.7) than the Ravens allow per contest (109.7).
- When Tennessee rushes for at least 148.7 yards, it compiled a 1-2 ATS record and a 1-2 overall record.
- Baltimore is 2-1-1 against the spread and 3-1 overall when holding opponents to 109.7 rushing yards or less.
- This year, the Titans turn the ball over only 0.4 times per game, 1.2 fewer turnovers per game than the 1.6 the Ravens force on average.
- Tennessee has a 2-4 record against the spread and a 4-2 record overall when it turns the ball over 0.4 times or less.
- When it forces 1.6 or more turnovers, Baltimore has a 4-0 record against the spread and a 4-0 record overall.
Ravens Players to Watch
- Lamar Jackson has thrown for 1,762 yards, 14 touchdowns, and five interceptions while completing 64% of his passes (195.8 yards per game). He’s also carried the ball 90 times for 524 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 58.2 yards per game.
- Gus Edwards has 370 yards on 82 carries (41.1 ypg), with three rushing touchdowns over the course of nine games.
- Marquise Brown has grabbed 32 passes to lead the team with 431 yards while scoring two touchdowns. He has been targeted 55 times and averages 47.9 yards per game over nine outings.
- Mark Andrews’ statline this year shows 33 catches for 358 yards and five touchdowns over nine games. He puts up 39.8 receiving yards per game and has been targeted 53 times.
- This season, Willie Snead has caught 25 passes on 33 targets for 356 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 39.6 receiving yards per game.
- Yannick Ngakoue has four sacks to lead the team, and has also added five TFL and 16 tackles over nine games.
- In nine games, rookie Patrick Queen has totaled 61 tackles, five TFL, and two sacks and leads the team in tackles.
- Marcus Peters has a team-high three interceptions and has tacked on 32 tackles, one TFL, one sack, and six passes defended.
Titans Players to Watch
- Ryan Tannehill has thrown for 2,126 yards while completing 64.8% of his passes (182-of-281), with 20 touchdowns and three interceptions in nine games this year (236.2 yards per game). He’s also carried the ball 24 times for 114 yards and one touchdown, averaging 12.7 yards per game.
- Derrick Henry has churned out a team-high 946 rushing yards (105.1 yards per game) and scored eight touchdowns in nine games.
- Joe McNichols has 173 yards on 26 carries (19.2 ypg), with zero rushing touchdowns over the course of nine games.
- A.J. Brown has been targeted 52 times and has 32 catches to lead the team with 476 yards (68.0 ypg) with six touchdowns in seven games this season.
- Corey Davis has also added 34 catches for 436 yards and three touchdowns in nine games this year. He has been targeted 48 times and averages 48.4 receiving yards per game.
- Jonnu Smith has totaled 318 yards on 26 passes with six touchdowns in 2020, averaging 35.3 yards per game on 43 targets.
- DaQuan Jones has notched a team-leading 2.5 sacks, while adding five TFL and 30 tackles over nine games.
- Jayon Brown has collected 71 tackles, four TFL, one sack, and one interception to lead the team in tackles so far.
- Amani Hooker has a team-high two interceptions and has tacked on 18 tackles and four passes defended this season.
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