5 Titans-Ravens AFC Divisional Playoff Bets & Lines To Back
Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens put their 12-game win streak on the line when they face Derrick Henry and the Tennessee Titans in an AFC Divisional Round showdown on Saturday.
The Ravens finished an NFL-best 14-2 while the No. 6-seeded Titans eliminated the Patriots in the Wild-Card Round.
Let’s take a look at some of the best bets fans of NFL betting should consider:
Titans-Ravens Best Bets
OTHER BETS TO BACK
- First Quarter | Ravens -3.5 +105 (FanDuel)
- Score Every Quarter | Ravens +110 (FanDuel)
- Mark Andrews TD & Ravens Win | +165 (DraftKings)
All odds current as of publication but subject to change. Check out the latest Titans-Ravens odds here.
PICK 1: Ravens -9.5
You have to like how Tennessee has played since Ryan Tannehill took over at QB and Derrick Henry became the offense’s focal point. But the Titans’ defense ranks 21st in yards allowed and Baltimore is averaging 33 ppg during its 12-game win streak. Tennessee’s offense managed 14 points against the Patriots last week, and the Ravens were slightly better than New England in slowing the run and are also No. 6 against the pass.
PICK 2: Under 47 Points
Laying a lot of points while also taking the Under seems potentially hazardous, but both teams are going to run the ball a lot. The game will be shortened by the offenses, and the Ravens’ defense especially is tough against the run (fifth). The Under is 6-0 in Baltimore’s last six playoff home games and 6-1 in the Titans’ last seven playoff games.
The Ravens have earned the top spot in AFC Conference title odds for a reason.
PICK 3: Score Every Quarter — Ravens
The Ravens not only led the NFL in scoring this season, they averaged at least 6.6 ppg in each of the four quarters. In every quarter but the third, they managed at least 8.0 ppg. The Titans’ defense has been steadily middle-of-the-pack from start to finish.
PICK 4: First Quarter — Ravens -3.5
Not only do the Ravens average 8.0 ppg in the first quarter, they allow just 1.9 ppg in the opening 15 minutes. Both rank No. 1 in the NFL . The Titans score as many points in the first as they allow (each 4.5 ppg). Give me a 7-3 score after one.
PICK 5: Mark Andrews TD & Ravens Win
If you believe the Ravens survive and advance, adding an Andrews TD in the mix improves the payout. Andrews leads Baltimore in receptions, yards and TDs, and Tennessee ranks 30th with nine TDs allowed to tight ends.