Ravens at Titans Prediction - NFL Picks 10/15/23

Tennessee Titans (2-3) vs Baltimore Ravens (3-2)

Game Info: Sunday, October 15, 2023 at 9:30 am (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)

Betting Odds: Tennessee Titans +5.5 -- Over/Under: 42 Click Here for the Latest Odds

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The Baltimore Ravens and the Tennessee Titans will add another chapter to their unheralded rivalry when they face off in London this Sunday from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on the NFL Network.

Baltimore Ravens Preview

Baltimore dropped to 3-2 after losing to Pittsburgh on the road by a touchdown, 17-10. The Ravens had every chance to secure a win last week, but they let the Steelers hang around too long, and they’ll attempt to bounce back here in London. The Baltimore offense is scoring 21.8 ppg, while passing for 206.0 ypg, rushing for 146.0 ypg, and converting 45.1% of their third downs.

Ravens Player Props

Lamar Jackson played well for three quarters last week, finishing with 236 yards, but he tossed a timely interception and coughed the ball up late in the fourth. The former MVP had multiple touchdowns dropped, so hopefully he’ll be able to receive more support on the outside here against Tennessee. Jackson has thrown for 1,030 yards with four touchdowns to two interceptions, and he’s rushed for 265 yards and four more scores thru five games.

Gus Edwards and Justice Hill have split the work since J.K. Dobbins went down with injury, with the former getting the majority of the load, but the latter getting the third down and red zone work.

• Rookie wideout Zay Flowers has come in and been Lamar’s WR1 early on, catching four passes or more in four of the first five games, and he leads the Ravens in receptions (29) and receiving yards (317). 

Mark Andrews has also caught four balls or more in each of his first four games, and he’s posting splits of 20/225/3.

• The Baltimore defense has allowed 15.0 ppg. 


Tennessee Titans Preview

Tennessee fell to 2-3 after losing to Indianapolis on the road by a touchdown, 23-16. The Titans also let their divisional rivals sneak away in the fourth quarter, and they’ll attempt to get back to .500 this weekend. The Tennessee offense is scoring 17.6 ppg, while passing for 210.8 ypg, rushing for 106.6 ypg, and converting 37.1% of their third downs.

Titans Player Props

Ryan Tannehill went for a season-high 264 passing yards versus Indy, but he failed to generate any touchdowns, which ultimately led to the narrow divisional loss. The former Dolphins QB is often asked to game manage, but he’s come up short a few times this season when it’s come to him pushing the needle with his arm. Tannehill has thrown for 1,052 yards with two touchdowns to five interceptions thru five starts. 

Derrick Henry was contained by the Colts defense last weekend, only finishing with 43 yards on 13 touches. The former Alabama RB has been productive in three of five games this season, so we may be able to chalk that up to facing Indy in the dome, but he will see another fierce unit with the Baltimore front seven this Sunday. Henry leads the Titans in rushing with 328 yards on 86 carries. 

DeAndre Hopkins turned back the clock last week with an 8-catch, 140-yard performance, and he leads his new team in receptions (26) and receiving yards (356) early on. 

• The Tennessee defense is allowing 18.6 points per game.   


Baltimore vs Tennessee Trends

BAL is 3-2 against the spread, with a 2-3 O/U record. 

TEN is 3-2 ATS, with a 2-3 over/under record.

Corey’s Free Pick

Two scrappy squads will open the Sunday slate this weekend, and after both coming off of tough road divisional losses, I believe we could see both squads get back to their roots, Tennessee in particular. The Titans may come into this game looking to establish their run game, and they may lean on a more conservative approach. Baltimore may also lean on their physical, rugged culture after letting Pittsburgh steal one last weekend, and I like a focused, low-scoring battle here in London. Mike Vrabel is amazing as an underdog, so that is something to keep in mind, but let’s take the Under for this AFC matchup. 

The pick in this article is the opinion of the writer, not a PickDawgz site consensus.

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