Titans vs. Ravens Odds, Betting Trends: Early Action Moving Spread Off Key Number in Divisional Round
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- Early betting action is already moving Titans vs. Ravens odds for Saturday's NFL Divisional Round game (8:15 p.m. ET, CBS).
- Learn more about how and why this line is on the move.
After upsetting the New England Patriots in the Wild Card Round of the NFL playoffs, the Tennessee Titans are rewarded with a visit to Baltimore to take on Lamar Jackson and the awaiting Ravens.
Baltimore is the current favorite (+190 at PointsBet) to win Super Bowl 54 and oddsmakers showed John Harbaugh’s team plenty of respect, opening it as a 10-point favorite for Saturday night’s Divisional Round game against the Titans.
Overall, betting has been balanced in the early going with 54% of spread tickets landing on the Ravens.
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However, this line has already moved across the market, which is notable considering the importance of the number 10 in NFL betting.
Using The Action Network’s NFL betting data, let’s look at how Titans vs. Ravens odds are moving and the reason for the early-week adjustments.
Titans vs. Ravens Odds, Betting Trends
After Tennessee opened as a 10-point underdog, bettors wasted no time taking the Titans.
Sports Insights’ Bet Signals are reporting two Steam Moves — one at +10 and another at +9.5 — on Tennessee so far, marking two unique instances in which an influx of Titans money from respected bettors forced oddsmakers to make adjustments to the spread.
At the time of writing, the market consensus now sits at Tennessee +9, with a few books ticking down an extra half-point to +8.5.
With that said, there’s still plenty of time for bettors to continue shaping the Titans vs. Ravens spread, especially if the line continues on its current path and Baltimore buyback shows up to take advantage of a deflated number.