We’ll get a rematch from last year’s playoffs, as the Tennessee Titans will look to eliminate the Baltimore Ravens for the second straight season. Last season, the Ravens were expected to make a legitimate push to the Super Bowl, but the Titans overpowered them a game before the AFC Championship.
Baltimore has been installed as a 3.5-point favorite with -175 moneyline odds to win the game outright while Tennessee has +160 moneyline odds to win outright. In addition, the total is currently at 54.5 points.
I love the Ravens to do some damage in this matchup. As heard on Taking Sides, Pauly Parlays is also on the same side- when that happens, the results are miraculous. We’re taking Baltimore BIG here!
In this article, I will identify the best value in the player-prop betting market from the Ravens-Titans matchup. The odds in this article are from William Hill Sports – Use the promo code TS500 for a 100% first-time sign-up deposit bonus of up to $500.
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Baltimore Ravens at Tennessee Titans
Sunday, January 10, 2021
1:05 p.m. EST | Watch: ABC/ESPN
Nissan Stadium – Nashville, TN
Lamar Jackson (Baltimore Ravens)
Prop Bets Watch:
Over 1.5 Passing TDs (+130)
Over 206.5 Passing Yards (-115)
Over 69.5 Rushing Yards (-115)
Over 11.5 Rushing Attempts (-115)
I’m expecting last season’s MVP to have a huge Sunday afternoon, and also do something more to shed the Madden21 curse. Luckily, Jackson gets the best matchup in the first round of a playoffs for a QB; the Titans defense has been getting destroyed all season long, allowing the fifth-most total yards (398.3) per game.
Jackson finished up the season strong with eight passing TDs over the final three games. The rushing yards have come and gone, but there’s no doubt he’ll have a big performance in leading the Ravens to a big win.
Derrick Henry (Tennessee Titans)
Prop Bets Watch:
- Under 118.5 Rushing Yards (-115)
- Under 26.5 Rushing Attempts (-120)
- Under 130.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards (-115)
The Ravens have an enormous task ahead of them, trying to stop the most powerful RB the NFL has seen in quite some time. Luckily, they have a good enough defense to make an impact here. After all, the Ravens are allowing the eighth-most rushing yards (108.8) per season.
Henry should have a very tough time breaking free against a Baltimore defenses that’ll be keying in on him almost exclusively.