Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans
We have an international Week 6 matchup on Sunday morning between two AFC foes as the Baltimore Ravens and the Tennessee Titans square off. The Ravens are second in the AFC North with a 3-2 record and are coming off a 17-10 road loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. The Titans are last in the AFC South with a 2-3 record and are coming off a 23-16 road loss against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
Ravens vs. Titans Betting Odds
|Baltimore Ravens||-4 (-110)||O 42 (-108)||-205|
|Tennessee Titans||+4 (-110)||U 42 (-112)||+170|
Ravens vs. Titans Game Details
Fixture: Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans
Date & Time: Sunday, October 15, 2023 @ 9:30 AM
Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England
Ravens vs. Titans Key Stats
The Baltimore Ravens offense has been worse than people expected coming out of the gates as they are scoring 21.8 points (t-16th), 189.0 passing yards per game (26th) and 146.0 rushing yards per game (fourth). Quarterback Lamar Jackson is leading the team in both passing and rushing this season as he is 100-of-143 (69.9 completion percentage) for 1,030 yards with four touchdown passes and two interceptions. He also has run the ball 47 times for 265 yards (5.6 yards per carry) with four rushing touchdowns. They are running the ball effectively and have nine rushing touchdowns as a team so if they want to step up and win games, they need to figure out how to have a decent passing game as well.
Their defense is what is holding the Baltimore Ravens together as they are tied for third in the NFL with 15.0 points per game allowed on 298.6 total yards (207.2 passing, 91.4 rushing). They are applying pressure to the opposing offense with 18 total sacks, 31 pass deflections, four interceptions, four forced fumbles and a pair of fumble recoveries thus far. Safety Kyle Hamilton has been stepping up as he has recorded 20 solo tackles, three sacks, two pass deflections, one interception and a forced fumble.
This Tennessee offense has not been doing too well throughout the season as they are 26th in points (17.6), 28th in passing yards (187.0) and 18th in rushing yards (106.6) as a team. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been trying to really get going this year as he is 90-of-142 (63.4 completion percentage) for 1,052 yards with two passing touchdowns and five interceptions. Running back Derrick Henry is trying to get going as he has 86 rushing attempts for 328 yards (3.8 yards per carry) with a pair of rushing touchdowns while also having nine catches for 101 yards (11.2 yards per reception). This offense has more than enough skill players to be playing better than they have been.
Their defense is doing pretty well throughout the season as they are ranked ninth in the NFL with 18.6 points per game given up while allowing 358.0 total yards (263.4 passing, 94.6 rushing). Their defense has been atrocious against the pass as they have 14 sacks, 15 pass deflections, one interception, nine forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. Safety Amani Hooker has 18 solo tackles, three pass deflections, one interception, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. They are doing an okay job as they are giving up just 3.6 rushing yards per attempt heading into Week 6.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans Betting Trends
- Favorites in international games are 30-10-1 SU (26-15 ATS)
- Lamar Jackson is 49-21 SU (36-34 ATS) in his career
- Ryan Tannehill is 82-71 SU (75-74-4 ATS) in his career
- Mike Vrabel is 28-18-1 ATS when he is a 3+ point underdog