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NFL Odds & Picks for Ravens vs. Titans: Money Moving Sunday’s Wild Card Playoff Over/Under

NFL Odds & Picks for Ravens vs. Titans: Money Moving Sunday’s Wild Card Playoff Over/Under article feature image

Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images. Pictured: Running back Derrick Henry #22 of the Tennessee Titans and safety Chuck Clark #36 of the Baltimore Ravens

  • Sunday's NFL Wild Card playoff matchups get underway with Ravens vs. Titans at 1:05 p.m. ET.
  • The Titans topped the Ravens in overtime back in Week 11, but Baltimore is currently a 3-point favorite based on the latest NFL odds.
  • Using our PRO betting tools, we detail where big bets are landing in this Sunday Wild Card game.

NFL Odds: Ravens vs. Titans

Ravens Odds -3
Titans Odds +3
Over/Under 54.5
PRO Projections Ravens -3.1 | O/U: 53.8
Time | Channel  1:05 p.m. ET | ABC
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Sunday’s first NFL Wild Card game  provides a rematch of the Week 11 thriller between the Ravens and Titans in which Tennessee ultimately won, 30-24, in overtime.

Despite that result, the Titans find themselves as 3-point home underdogs against the Ravens today.

When it comes to the spread, our NFL PRO Report is showing conflicting signals regarding the right side of that number right now. However, there is clear evidence of big bets hitting the Ravens vs. Titans over/under.

Let’s take a look.

NFL Picks: Ravens vs. Titans

According to The Action Network’s NFL public betting data, 65% of bettors have played the over, yet the total has actually dropped from 55 to 54.5, and even down to 54 at many shops across the market (click here for the latest NFL Wild Card odds).

Why? Because despite attracting just 35% of the action, the under has also landed 87% of the money.

With lopsided money flowing on the under, oddsmakers have reacted by knocking the Ravens vs. Titans total in an attempt to offset their liability.

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