Titans vs. Ravens Odds & Pick: How We’re Betting Saturday’s Divisional Round Spread
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- Our experts preview Saturday's NFL Divisional Round matchup between the Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens.
- Find betting odds, how our staff is betting the large spread, Sean Koerner's projected lines and more predictions below.
Titans at Ravens Picks, Predictions & Betting Odds
- Odds: Ravens -9.5
- Over/Under: 47
- Kickoff: 8:15 p.m. ET on Saturday
- TV Channel: CBS
Odds as of Friday and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
It’s been three weekends since we last saw Lamar Jackson take the field. Now the MVP frontrunner and the Baltimore Ravens will host the Tennesse Titans in an AFC showdown on Saturday night.
Our experts analyze whether this Divisional Round spread is too high and make their picks.
Titans-Ravens Injury Report
Which team is healthier? Titans
The Titans have ruled out WR Adam Humphries and LB Jayon Brown (shoulder), but every other player has been removed from their injury report. The loss of Brown isn’t ideal as he’s second on the team among linebackers in tackles and stops, per Pro Football Focus.
The Ravens have two key players listed as questionable: RB Mark Ingram (calf) and TE Mark Andrews (ankle).
Ingram didn’t participate in practice until Thursday, and even then it was just a limited session. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Ingram is expected to play, but there’s no telling how large his role will be.
Meanwhile, Andrews got in limited practices all week, so it appears likely that he’ll suit up. The Ravens had a habit of repeatedly listing Andrews as questionable this season, and he still played 15 games. — Justin Bailey