NFL Odds, Picks, Predictions for Titans vs. Ravens: Baltimore Favored To Continue Record Preseason Streak (Aug. 11)

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  • The Ravens have won 20 straight preseason games entering tonight's matchup with the Titans.
  • Baltimore is favored by a field goal, as of 1:30 p.m. ET on Thursday.
  • Check out a game preview and how our experts are betting the game below.

NFL Odds: Titans vs. Ravens

Titans Odds+3
Ravens Odds-3
Moneylines+145 / -175
Time7:30 p.m. ET
TVNFL Network*
Odds via BetMGM. Get up-to-the-minute NFL odds here.

*Game is only available on NFL Network in the New York and New England areas.

The NFL’s longest (preseason) winning streak is on the line tonight, when the Titans head to take on the preseason juggernauts that are the Baltimore Ravens.

Under head coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens have won 20 straight preseason games. Baltimore broke the previous NFL record of 19 with its win in last year’s preseason finale. Vince Lombardi’s Packers won 19 from 1959-62.

As our Evan Abrams laid out earlier this week, the Ravens are 17-2-1 against the spread during this winning streak and have covered by 11.7 points per game.

Here’s where each team stands entering this highly anticipated (seriously!) preseason matchup.

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Welcome to the Malik Willis Show

The biggest storylines surrounding the Titans in the preseason will be their two big-name offensive rookies: Malik Willis and Treylon Burks.

Willis is the Titans’ third quarterback right now behind Logan Woodside. It’s expected that Woodside will receive the majority of first-half reps against the Ravens, while Willis will get his chance to shine in the second half.

First-round pick Treylon Burks is off to a rocky start to training camp, earning third-team reps as recently as this week. He has struggled with his conditioning during the offseason due to asthma.

Reports from Titans camp indicate Burks’ talent is clear. If he isn’t playing with the starters, Tennessee fans might get to see the connection of Willis and Burks on full display against Baltimore.

Baltimore Won't Feature Many/Any Big Names

Don’t expect to see many familiar faces on the field for the Ravens.

Last season was a brutal one on the injury front for Baltimore. A staggering 25 Ravens players went on the injured reserve last season at some point. They missed their top-two running backs — J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards — all season, and Lamar Jackson missed time due to injury.

That means there’s no reason for any noteworthy Ravens player to feature in this game. Jackson is not going to play, nor will tight end Mark Andrews, cornerback Marlon Humphrey, linebacker Justin Houston and safety Marcus Williams. And there are probably more who will not see the field.

“I think you can kind of extrapolate who will play and who won’t,” Harbaugh said according to ESPN.

That means Tyler Huntley is likely to get the bulk of reps under center for Baltimore, and he’ll likely be followed by Brett Hundley and Anthony Brown.

NFL Pick: Titans vs. Ravens

Action Network's Simon Hunter is keeping it simple and betting the Ravens moneyline, as is contributor Sam Farley.

"Even if [the Titans] veterans do play a series, it won’t matter. You have to be confident in the Ravens' ability to get it done in preseason," Farley wrote in our best bets file for Thursday night, also pointing out that Harbaugh throughout his entire head-coaching career is 40-12 in the preseason.

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