Tennessee Titans vs Baltimore Ravens Odds, Picks, and Predictions

Tennessee Titans vs Baltimore Ravens Odds, Picks, and Predictions

Titans vs Ravens odds

Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel gives instruction to his players during a training camp practice at Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park Monday, Aug. 8, 2022, in Nashville, Tenn.

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The Baltimore Ravens are 3.5-point home favorites over the Tennessee Titans in an NFL preseason game scheduled for Thursday, August 11
Tennessee is 4-0 straight up and against the spread over the club’s past four road preseason games
Baltimore has won 20 consecutive preseason games, an NFL record, heading into this Titans vs Ravens preseason game

Something has to give as the Baltimore Ravens play host to the Tennessee Titans in an NFL preseason game on Thursday.

The Ravens are an NFL powerhouse in preseason play. Going back to 2015, Baltimore has won 20 consecutive exhibition games.

However, of late, the Titans are proving to be preseason road warriors. Tennessee is 4-0 straight up and against the spread over the club’s past four away exhibition games.

Oddsmakers are going with the bigger of these two trends. It’s the Ravens who are set as 3.5-point home favorites in this game. In the Titans vs Ravens stats, Baltimore is 4-1 against the spread over the club’s past five home preseason games.

Titans vs Ravens NFL Preseason Odds

Team
Spread
Total
Moneyline
Tennessee Titans
+3.5 (-108)
O 31.5 (-105)
+150
Baltimore Ravens
-3.5 (-113)
U 31.5 (-117)
-186

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The kickoff for this game at M&T Bank Stadium is set for 7:30 pm ET on Thursday, August 11. The weather forecast is predicting clouds, 6 mph wind and a temperature of 89 degrees. The broadcast of the game can be streamed on NFL+ subscription service.

Titans vs Ravens Betting Trends

At odds of -186, the Ravens are offering an implied probability of victory of 65.03% in the NFL betting line. A successful $10 wager on Baltimore would deliver a payout of $15.40.

More on the #Titans attempting to break the Ravens’ 20-game preseason win streak, from today’s @AroundTheNFL podcast: pic.twitter.com/BYS0fYRSeX

— Justin Graver (@titansfilmroom) August 8, 2022

In the NFL betting trends, it’s the Ravens and the under drawing the larger proportion of the action. The public is backing Baltimore with 60% of spread bets and moneyline wagers. There’s 57% of the action on the total supporting under 31.5 points.

The Ravens are +2150 in the Super Bowl odds, while Tennessee is +3250.

Road Teams Carrying the Day

This will be the first-ever preseason meeting between Tennessee and Baltimore. In fact, the last two Ravens vs Titans games took place during the NFL postseason.

The Ravens open their 2022 preseason this week with a Week 1 matchup against the Titans

Here’s what happened the last time the two teams played pic.twitter.com/79NiUda83l

— Kevin Oestreicher (@koestreicher34) August 8, 2022

On January 10, 2021, the Ravens went to Tennessee and won an NFC Wild Card game 21-10. One year earlier on January 11, 2020, in the AFC Divisional Round, it was the visiting Titans who downed Baltimore 28-12.

Ravens Injury News

Two newcomers to the Ravens have been limited in practice this week. Both wide receiver James Proche II and cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis were dealing with undisclosed ailments. It’s unclear whether either will be playing in Thursday’s game.

Meanwhile, cornerback Marcus Humphrey returned to practice Tuesday after missing two days. However, head coach John Harbaugh indicated that Humphrey won’t be suiting up for Thursday’s game.

Ravens who’ve currently missed consecutive days of practice:

C Tyler Linderbaum (foot)
CB Brandon Stephens
TE Charlie Kolar (hernia)
OT David Sharpe
WR Devon Williams

Also, WR James Proche and CB Jalyn Armour-Davis aren’t practicing for first time this camp.

— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) August 9, 2022

 

Running back JK Dobbins was activated from the physically unable to perform list and returned to practice this week. He tore his ACL in the third preseason game last year and didn’t play all year long. He won’t be in action for Thursday’s contest.

Harbaugh also confirmed that #1 quarterback Lamar Jackson won’t be seeing the field on Thursday. Neither will tight end Mark Andrews, outside linebacker Justin Houston, or safety Marcus Williams.

Titans Roster Moves

Tennessee made some moves this week to strengthen the club’s depth in the secondary. Added to the roster were safeties Adrian Colbert and Elijah Benton.

Colbert is a veteran of 39 NFL games, including 22 as a starter. Over his five NFL seasons, he’s played with the San Francisco 49ers (2017-18), Miami Dolphins (2019), New York Giants (2020), Cleveland Browns (2021), and the New York Jets (2021). Benton played one game for the Browns in 2020.

?Wardrobe check ?: The @Titans will be decked out in white jerseys with light blue britches in Thursday night’s preseason opener vs the @Ravens. ? #BritchesReport pic.twitter.com/bIMttv6dFc

— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) August 9, 2022

To make room for them, Tennessee was releasing defensive backs Kenneth George and Michael Griffin II.

Titans head coach Mike Vrabel confirmed that running back Derrick Henry won’t be in the Tennessee lineup on Thursday.

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Titans vs Ravens Prediction

When it comes to preseason football, the Ravens are the champions. Baltimore’s last preseason loss was seven years ago. The 20 straight wins by the Ravens shattered the previous NFL mark of 19 established by the Green Bay Packers from 1957-62.

The Ravens have won 20 straight preseason games, an NFL record. #Titans have a chance to end that streak on Thursday. Big stakes for a meaningless preseason game (@DanHanzus)

— Justin Graver (@titansfilmroom) August 8, 2022

Under Harbaugh (2008-21), Baltimore has compiled a 40-12 record in preseason play. The Ravens are 67-32 all-time in preseason play.

Baltimore is 34-15 all-time in preseason home games. The Ravens have won 19 of the last 22 contests at M&T Bank Stadium.

Pick: Baltimore Ravens -3.5 (-113)

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An industry veteran, Bob literally taught the course on the history of sports at Elder College. He has worked as a Sports Columnist for Postmedia, appeared as a guest on several radio stations, was the Vice President of the Society For International Hockey Research in Ontario, and written 25 books.

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