Titans vs. Ravens Odds Tracker: Books Align On This NFL Divisional Round Spread

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Updated Titans vs. Ravens Odds

  • Spread: Ravens -9.5
  • Over/Under: 46.5
  • Kickoff: Saturday at 8:15 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: CBS

Odds as of Thursday afternoon and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500. NJ, PA, IN and WV only.


The 1-seeded Baltimore Ravens host the 6-seeded Tennessee Titans in a Divisional Round showdown on Saturday night. In the meantime, we’ll be tracking how the betting odds shift throughout the week, including where to find the best lines.

Find the latest updates below.

Titans-Ravens Odds Tracker

Thursday Afternoon

After dipping back to 9- and 9.5-point favorites across the market, the Ravens are back up to -9.5 and -10 at the five books we’re tracking.

If you’re shopping for the best lines, here are your options as of writing:

Wednesday Evening

After climbing back up to -9.5 at some books earlier today, all five books we’re tracking have aligned on the Ravens as 9.5-point favorites. The over/under hasn’t budged since this morning, sitting at 46.5 across the market.

Here are the best lines as of writing:

Wednesday Morning

After dipping as low as -8.5 from the -10 opener, the Ravens are back to as high as 9.5-point favorites at three of the five sportsbooks we’re tracking.

The over/under, meanwhile, is holding steady between 46.5 and 47 (depending on the book).

If you’re shopping for the best lines, here are your options as of writing:


Tuesday Morning

After opening as 10-point favorites on Saturday, the Ravens have been bet down to 8.5- to 9-point favorites across the market. The over/under has also fallen to 46.5 and 47 (depending on the book) since opening at 49.

Here are the best lines as of writing:


How the Titans Advanced to the Divisional Round

After being eliminated by the Patriots in the Divisional Round of the 2017 season, the Titans got revenge with a close wild-card win over Tom Brady and Bill Belichick.

How the Ravens Advanced to the Divisional Round

The Ravens cruised to the playoffs, clinching the 1-seed in Week 16, making it possible to sit starters for the regular-season finale.

Yes, that means Lamar Jackson & Co. enter this matchup with two full weeks of rest.

Baltimore shut out Tennessee in the last meeting between these teams, but that was during the 2018 season, when Joe Flacco and Marcus Mariota were still under center.

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