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Titans vs. Ravens Odds Breakdown
Spread: TEN +6.5
Moneyline: TEN +230 | BAL -286
BetMGM is offering up some great priced odds for the Titans and Ravens matchup. While the Titans fell to the Colts on Thursday Night Football, a lot of that game had to do with bad special teams play and just an off night from Tannehill. Now, they have the extra-long week to prepare for Baltimore and come in as massive underdogs.
The spread is -6.5 for the Ravens despite them looking horrible these past couple of weeks. Frankly, I am shocked at the value that BetMGM is offering up on the hometown Titans. Not only is the spread a great choice, but the Moneyline at +230 is not half bad. You could more than double your money with a Titans win on that bet.
If you are a believer in this Titans’ offense and have been paying attention to how weak Baltimore played both defensively and offensively last week, then this has to be an enticing bet. I would argue that AJ Brown is going to surprise a lot of people with his production in this game.
Against an offensive line that is struggling, Clowney may finally have a very impactful game as he will be one of the players to set the edge on Lamar Jackson, and his role will be a key to victory for the Titans.
The key for the Ravens’ side will be whether Lamar Jackson can win the game as a passer. While the Titans have not been great against the run, I foresee them selling out to stop Jackson, Ingram, Edwards, and Dobbins. Jackson will have open receivers in this game. It is whether or not he is accurate and makes the correct choice that will dictate the final score and outcome of the matchup.
I think that the over/under is right on at 48.5, so I am not too intrigued to bet either way. Hard-pressed, it seems like this game will be more offense than defense, but that is no sure thing.