Tennessee Titans vs Baltimore Ravens Predictions, Odds & Picks

Titans vs Ravens NFL Week 11

  • Titans QB Ryan Tannehill has played poorly of late as Tennessee spirals downwards
  • The Baltimore Ravens defense is ranked 11th against the run, which is the Titans forte
  • These two last played in the last Divisional Playoffs, final score: TEN 28 – BAL 12

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Titans vs Ravens Week 11 Odds

TeamPoint SpreadOdds
Tennessee Titans+6.5
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Titans vs Ravens Predictions and Picks

The Ravens are adept at stopping the run, and that is the type of offensive attack the Titans primarily rely on, so expect this one to edge over to the Ravens by at least a touchdown.

Our Pick

Ravens -6.5 (-110)

How to Watch Titans vs Ravens

Titans vs Ravens Information
WhatTennessee Titans vs Baltimore Ravens
WhereM&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland
WhenSun, November 22, 2020; 1:00 PM ET
How to watchCBS

The Titans pretty much got whooped by the Colts in Week 10 by a score of 15-27, and that is mostly because Indy was able to neutralize RB Derrick Henry to ‘just’ 103 yards rushing and no touchdowns, something that may happen to them again against this tough Ravens defense.

Baltimore is looking to become a Wild Card team since the Steelers don’t seem to be in the mood to lose any games at all, so they have to figure out how to get their 31st ranked passing game to become more of an offensive factor or risk allowing their excellent rushing attack to become their only weapon.

These two AFC rivals have met each other 24 times (including 4 postseason games), with the Baltimore Ravens winning 12 of those games and the Tennessee Titans winning the other 12 games.

Can the Titans QB Ryan Tannehill Turn His Play Around?

Last week, Titans QB Ryan Tannehill only completed 56 percent of his passes in the team’s loss to the Colts, and the week prior he only completed 48 percent of his passes against the Bears, low numbers for a guy who normally completes passes in the mid-’60s.

The good news is Tannehill has only thrown one interception in the last four games despite the team going 1-3 during that span, but he has to find the endzone more often and his teammates have to help him make that happen.

Corey Davis, A.J. Brown, and Adam Humphries are excellent receivers and throw in rookie receiver Nick Westbrook and tight end Jonnu Smith and there are plenty of targets to choose from, it just becomes a matter of execution, which, if the team hopes to make the postseason, Tannehill must begin to improve.

Can Ravens Find Their Passing Attack?

Going into Week 11, the Ravens passing attack is ranked second last in the league after averaging just 184 yards through the air per game, something that QB Lamar Jackson and his offensive coordinator Greg Roman need to work on together.

It’s not like Baltimore doesn’t have some excellent receiving targets – Marquise Brown, Willie Snead, and Miles Boykin along with tight ends Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle – all soft handed and decent route runners who should be adding more production at this point in the season than they are.

One reason the passing game in Baltimore shows less production is because the run game is so strong – ranked 2nd overall – but that leaves the team too one dimensional and much easier to game plan around which will come back to haunt them in the postseason like it has before.

Titans Key Player: (RB) Derrick Henry

Titans star running back Derrick Henry has been kept out of the end zone in the last two outings and that cannot happen in this matchup with the Ravens, though their tough run defense is going to everything in its power to prevent him from scoring.

Henry is excellent, and at 6’ 3” and 247-pounds he is tough to take down one-on-one, so he makes it difficult to game plan around unless your D-line can crush the front line of Tennessee and force Henry to run laterally.

Henry has 201 rushes on the season, which leads the league, for 946 yards and 8 touchdowns – he will be the key to a Titans victory in Week 11, because the Ravens will attempt to neutralize him and if they succeed, Tennessee will most likely lose.

Ravens Key Player: (QB) Lamar Jackson

The normally accurate Lamar Jackson has thrown three interceptions in the last three games, and during that time he has been sacked 8 times, numbers that have led to two of the team’s three losses and a sign that Jackson needs to pay attention to.

Jackson’s numbers on the season are good – he has completed 158 passes for 1,762 yards and 14 touchdowns with 5 interceptions while running the ball 90 times for 524 yards and 3 more touchdowns.

It’s Jackson’s passing game that must improve and as one of the league’s top athletes, it’s a good guess that he is working on it, but a solid throwing game in this one will help the Ravens get another important win from their schedule.

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