Ravens vs. Titans Playoff Odds: Opening Spread, Total & Wild Card Projections

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Ravens vs. Titans Odds

(5) Ravens Odds
-3.5 
(4) Titans Odds
+3.5 
Total
54.5
Time
1:05 p.m. ET
Day
Sunday
Odds as of Sunday night and via PointsBet, where you can bet $20 on any NFL spread or moneyline to win $125 if the team you pick scores.

Ravens vs. Titans Playoff Projections

The experts who power our NFL PRO Projections use their consensus team ratings to project a spread.

  • Spread: Ravens -2.5

Sean Koerner — one of those five experts — also outlines his individual projections:

  • Spread: Ravens -2.5
  • Total: 52

Ravens vs. Titans Player Ratings

Sean Koerner, our Director of Predictive Analytics, uses his player projections to calculate the most valuable players on each team based on their worth to the spread.

Most Valuable Players
Worth
QB Lamar Jackson
4.45
CB Marlon Humphrey
0.43
TE Mark Andrews
0.42
OT Ronnie Stanley
0.29
CB Marcus Peters
0.28

Most Valuable Players
Worth
QB Ryan Tannehill
4.74
WR A.J. Brown
0.84
RB Derrick Henry
0.64
WR Corey Davis
0.56
DT Jeffrey Simmons
0.33

How the No. 5 Ravens Reached Wild Card Weekend

Baltimore raced out to a 5-1 record even with Lamar Jackson looking less than his MVP self early on. The Ravens responded to a Week 8 loss with a 24-10 win over the Colts. But three losses in a row and a 6-5 record had Baltimore bettors asking what went wrong.

Jackson missed one of those games, though, and the schedule softened at the right time: The Ravens are riding a five-win streak after taking down the Cowboys, Browns, Jaguars, Giants and Bengals.

Baltimore won on Sunday to finish 11-5, but eight of those wins were against teams with losing records. Their only wins against winning teams were twice against the Browns and that Week 9 victory against the Colts, and Baltimore finished under its preseason win total of 11.5.

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How the No. 4 Titans Reached Wild Card Weekend

Ryan Tannehill? Turns out he’s really good.

Derrick Henry? Still really good.

The defense? Really bad.

The Titans started the season 5-0, topping 30 points four times. They lost three of the next four games, allowing at least 27 points in each of those losses. Then five consecutive games scoring at least 30 points and winning four of them.

The Titans easily cleared their 8.5 preseason win total.

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