Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans Matchup Preview 1/10/21: Betting Odds, Depth Charts, Live Stream (Watch Online)

Baltimore will travel to Tennessee this week for a rematch of Week 11 and also a rematch of last year’s Divisional Round game between the two. The Ravens will be out for revenge as they have lost the last two meetings. This is certainly one of the highlight games of the weekend as there are many stars on both sides but two offenses that can put some points on the board. Vegas has set this one to be the highest over/under of the week, so we should have some fireworks. The other positive about this game is that both teams should have fully healthy teams. Baltimore comes into some surprise as -3.5 favorites in this one, despite being on the road and against a team that has beaten them twice in the last two tries. For odds movement and full matchup history, visit the Baltimore Ravens at Tennesse Titans Matchup Page.

TV Schedule

Date: Sunday, January 10th, 2021
Time: 1:05pm ET
Location: Nissan Stadium
Coverage: ABC/ESPN

Baltimore Ravens at Tennessee Titans Live Stream

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Injury Report

Baltimore Ravens: Jimmy Smith (Q), Willie Snead (Q), Marlon Humphrey (Q), DJ Fluker (Q)
Tennessee Titans: Aaron Brewer (O), AJ Brown (Q), Darrynton Evans (Q), Derick Roberson (Q), Adoree’ Jackson (Q), Dennis Kelly (Q), Rodger Saffold (Q)

Baltimore Ravens Analysis

Baltimore RavensBaltimore is coming into this year’s playoffs on a different roll. They won a wild card spot and will be playing the first playoff round compared to last year. Both teams are rolling into the playoffs behind strong rushing attacks. Of course, Baltimore is doing it across multiple players compared to Tennessee. Jackson had another 1,000-yard rushing season and is the first quarterback to achieve that in back-to-back seasons. The rookie, JK Dobbins, had 805 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground this season, and that was on just 134 attempts. Even Gus Edwards had a great year with 723 yards and six touchdowns. They have a three-headed rushing attack that can attack this Titans defense that allowed 120 yards per game and 4.5 yards per carry. The big question is how the passing offense will be if they are needed to play from behind and have some urgency. Either way, they need to have production through the air in this one, and the Titans defense has struggled against the pass. They have allowed 7.3 yards per attempt and 277 passing yards per game. Tennessee also allowed the second-most passing touchdowns per game, yet Jackson was not able ot take advantage of that in the prior meeting.

Baltimore Ravens Depth Chart

QB: Lamar Jackson
RB1: J.K. Dobbins
RB2: Gus Edwards
WR1: Marquise Brown
WR2: Willie Snead
WR3: Miles Boykin
TE: Mark Andrews

Tennessee Titans Analysis

Tennessee TitansTennessee had one of the most potent offenses in 2020. They scored 30.7 points per game and 407 yards per game. However, the defense allowed the same amount of yards per game and 27.4 points per game. The defense is really the issue for Tennessee, and it could be why they have an early exit. Luckily for them, the offense can put up numbers and even against a good Baltimore defense. They allowed 18.9 points per game this season, but the Titans hung 30 on them earlier this season. Baltimore had them in that game, and they scored 11 points in the fourth and won the game on a Derrick Henry run in OT. Henry ran for 133 yards on 28 carries. Corey Davis had a big day going for 113 yards. Tennessee did limit the rushing attack to 3.9 rushing yards in this one, especially Jackson, who had just 51 yards. I don’t expect the Titans to hold Baltimore to just 1-4 in the red zone. Tennessee allowed red zone touchdowns 69% of the time, which is certainly not nice for the defense. They also allowed the second-most red zone attempts. Baltimore’s secondary has been a bit banged up, but they have limited pass games overall this season. They allowed just 22 passing touchdowns and were in the top ten in passing yards allowed.

Tennessee Titans Depth Chart

QB: Ryan Tannehill
RB1: Derrick Henry
RB2: Darrynton Evans
WR1: A.J. Brown
WR2: Corey Davis
WR3: Adam Humphries
TE: Jonnu Smith

Betting Corner: Ravens -3.5

Spread: BAL -3.5
Moneyline: BAL -175 / TEN +155
Over/Under: 54.5

When the lines came out for these games, the Baltimore one caught my eye, given they are road favorites against a team they have struggled against. I do expect another close game and points to be scored on both sides, certainly. The over hit in 12 out of 16 games for the Titans this season, and six times at home. These offenses combined for 59 points per game this season and dominated on the ground and yards per play. The over here is enticing, and while Baltimore has a good defense, this is still a tough task covering Tennessee’s weapons with what has been a banged-up secondary in the second half of the season. The moneylines are also more intriguing to me in comparison to the spread. Public money is on the Ravens, but the Titans are a very intriguing underdog bet if you are looking to go against the grain.

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Daily Fantasy Picks

This game has the highest total on the whole weekend and is loaded with DFS options. You have two running backs who have been running wild down the stretch. Derrick Henry is, of course, the pay-up option with a healthy floor even against a good Baltimore run-d. JK Dobbins is a solid value on FanDuel and a mid-range option on DraftKings. The Titans were bottom-ten in fantasy points allowed to running backs this season. The wide receivers for Tennessee have a ton of upside because of the chunk plays. AJ Brown is your high priced option while Corey Davis is a bit cheaper. Marquise Brown, on the other side, is in a great spot against the Titans bottom-five defense. Mark Andrews is the other pass-catcher worth looking at. The Titans have allowed the 4th most fantasy points to quarterbacks, and Lamar Jackson is certainly a stud fantasy option to build around, and his stacking partners are not badly priced.

  
Jason Guilbault has been writing and podcasting in the fantasy sports world for over five years. You can find his work at Daily Fantasy Cafe. He is an avid Tottenham fan, and follows the Boston sports teams. When he isn’t diving into stats, he is enjoying the outdoors or down at the local brewery.

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