Titans vs. Ravens Weather Forecast: Windy Conditions Moving Divisional Round Odds
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- Saturday night's NFL Divisional Round matchup between the Titans and Ravens is calling for windy conditions.
- We've outlined how the weather forecast should impact how to bet the over/under in Baltimore.
After topping the New England Patriots in the Wild Card Round, the Tennessee Titans are rewarded with a visit to Baltimore, and the Ravens may not be the only hostile forces they’ll be facing.
The Titans vs. Ravens weather forecast isn’t all that welcoming and appears to already be having an effect on the over/under for this Divisional Round matchup.
Forecast and odds as of Saturday at 9:30 a.m. ET. Odds via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
Let’s take a look at the detailed Titans vs. Ravens forecast and how bettors can take advantage.
Titans vs. Ravens Weather Forecast
Sports Insights’ weather data is calling for wind speeds of 13 to 16 mph throughout the game, and the National Weather Service suggests that gusts in the area could be even higher.
According to our Bet Labs data, NFL games played in double-digit breezes have gone under the total 56% of the time since 2003.
Along with injuries to Ravens RB Mark Ingram and TE Mark Andrews, this forecast is likely contributing to the over/under dropping from an opener of 48.5 to 47.
There is also a chance of rain in Baltimore late Saturday into Sunday morning, but the current forecast expects that to hit after Titans vs. Ravens should be final.
At the time of writing, 57% of bettors are already on the under, and expect that percentage to increase if the Titans vs. Ravens forecast continues to show wet and windy weather.
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