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Tennessee Titans vs. Baltimore Ravens 11/22/2020 NFL Picks, Prediction, and Preview

The Tennessee Titans visit the Baltimore Ravens on 11/22/2020 at 1:00PM.

Tennessee and Baltimore face off in a critical regular season game as part of this unpredictable and chaotic 2020 NFL Season. Tennessee has a record of 6-3 this season. Baltimore is 6-3 this season. Both have players to meet and know.

Tennessee Team Defense Preview

Tennessee yields 6.8 plays per drive, this defense gives up 38.7 yards per drive, and opponents score 2.53 points per offensive possession. 42.4% of the time on defensive possessions, opponents will score a Touchdown or convert on a Field Goal Attempt, but on 14.1% of defensive possessions, they force opponents to cough up the ball. Defensive possessions start on average at opponent’s Own 26.7 and these drives usually take up 3:10 of time.

This defense holds opposing quarterbacks to a Quarterback Rating (QBR) of 96.0 and on 2.5% of passes thrown, it results in an interception. Tennessee has caused a sack rate of 2.9% this season.

Examining Tennessee in a few key defensive situations would be helpful in making judgments. They have encountered 124 opponent third down attempts this season and opponents have converted 66 of these attempts, which comes out to a conversion rate of 53.2%. There is nothing more pressure-packed than fourth down situations. They have had to wall up against 16 fourth down attempts this season and the opposition have successfully turned the fourth down attempt into a first down 11 times, which works itself out to a conversion rate of 68.8%. Defensive possessions that reach the Red Zone have a higher chance of getting in the End Zone, which is why defenses strive to avoid this from happening. They have had allowed offenses 35 opportunities to score from the Red Zone this season and opponents successfully turned a Red Zone entrance into an End Zone celebration 26 times, which works itself out to a success rate of 74.3%.

Tennessee Team Offense Preview

Tennessee has run 6.4 plays per drive and they generate 36.0 yards per drive, and they score 2.65 points per offensive possession. On 45.2% of offensive possessions, they find a way to come away with points, but 4.3% of the time, they are afflicted by the turnover bug. Their possessions start on average at their Own 28.6 and these drives usually take up 2:43 of time.

7.1% of passes thrown are touchdown passes by Tennessee and 1.1% of passes thrown are passes that are intercepted.Tennessee has given up 13 sacks this season and this has resulted in 95 yards lost.

They rushed for 4.8 yards per carry and for 148.7 yards per game. Rushers, Receivers, and Sitting Duck Quarterbacks fumbled the ball 4 times this season.

Examining Tennessee in a few key offensive situations would be helpful in making judgments. They have navigated through 107 third down attempts this season and successfully turned the third down attempt into a first down 48 times, which works itself out to a success rate of 44.9%. There is nothing more pressure-packed than fourth down situations. They have had 6 fourth down attempts this season and have converted 4 of these attempts, which comes out to a conversion rate of 66.7%. Offensive possessions that reach the Red Zone have a higher chance of getting in the End Zone. They have had 34 opportunities to score from the Red Zone this season and have converted 26 of these attempts into Touchdowns, which comes out to a success rate of 76.5%.

Baltimore Team Defense Preview

Baltimore faces 5.8 plays per drive, they hold opponents to 29.1 yards per drive, and this defense lets offenses score 1.61 points per drive. 27.0% of the time on defensive possessions, opponents will score a Touchdown or convert on a Field Goal Attempt, but 14.0% of the time, they force opposing offenses to turn the ball over. Defensive possessions start on average at opponent’s Own 25.5 and these drives usually take up 2:34 of time.

This defense holds opposing quarterbacks to a Quarterback Rating (QBR) of 89.6 and on 1.2% of passes thrown, it results in an interception. Baltimore has caused a sack rate of 7.1% this season.

Examining Baltimore in a few key defensive situations would be helpful in making judgments. They have encountered 107 opponent third down attempts this season and opponents successfully turned the third down attempt into a first down 36 times, which works itself out to a success rate of 33.6%. There is nothing more pressure-packed than fourth down situations. They have had to wall up against 20 fourth down attempts this season and opponents have converted 8 of these attempts, which comes out to a success rate of 40.0%. Defenses need to prevent possessions from reaching the Red Zone. They have allowed 21 Red Zone entrances this season and their opponents have converted 16 of these attempts into Touchdowns, which comes out to a conversion rate of 76.2%.

Baltimore Team Offense Preview

Baltimore has run 6.0 plays per drive and they generate 31.7 yards per drive, and this offense puts up 2.20 points per drive. On 40.8% of offensive possessions, they find a way to come away with points, but on 11.2% of offensive possessions, they find cough the ball up to the opponent. Their possessions start on average at their Own 31.8 and these drives typically last 2:53.

On 5.6% of passes thrown, it results in a touchdown and 2.4% of passes thrown are passes that are intercepted.Baltimore has given up 23 sacks this season and there were 129 yards lost as a result of the inability to protect the Quarterback.

They rushed for 5.0 yards per carry and for 164.0 yards per game. This offense coughed up the ball 17 times this season.

Examining Baltimore in a few key offensive situations would be helpful in making judgments. They have navigated through 117 third down attempts this season and have converted 51 of these attempts, which comes out to a conversion rate of 43.6%. Fourth Down situations are extremely consequential. They have willingly and unwillingly encountered 12 fourth down conversion attempts this season and have converted 7 of these attempts, which comes out to a success rate of 58.3%. Offensive possessions that reach the Red Zone have a higher chance of getting in the End Zone. They have had 30 opportunities to score from the Red Zone this season and successfully turned a Red Zone entrance into an End Zone celebration 19 times, which works itself out to a conversion rate of 63.3%.

The Tennessee Roster

The Players to Watch for Tennessee

Ryan Tannehill QB 6-4 207

This season, Ryan Tannehill has put up 2128 yards and 20 touchdowns. He has thrown 3 interceptions. He has a QB Rating of 106.9thus far this season. Ryan Tannehill has thrown 3 interceptions this season.As a rusher, Ryan Tannehill has 114 rushing yards, which puts him in the 67.65 percentile among Quarterbacks. He ran the ball as opposed to throwing the ball 24 times this season, which puts him in the 70.59 percentile. Has he hit paydirt as a runner? He has 1 rushing touchdowns this season.

Derrick Henry RB 6-3 247

This season, Derrick Henry has 946 rushing yards on 201 carries. Was he able to get to the end zone on the ground? He has 8 rushing touchdowns.As a receiver in the backfield, Derrick Henry picked up 87 yards. He caught the ball as opposed to taking handoffs or catching laterals 11 times this season. Did he score often as a receiver? He had 0 receiving touchdowns this season.

A.J. Brown WR 6-0 226

This season, A.J. Brown picked up 478 yards. He caught the ball 32 times this season. Did he score often as a receiver? He had 6 receiving touchdowns this season.

DaQuan Jones NT 6-4 322

The leading tackler among Defensive Tackles for Tennessee, DaQuan Jones has 19 tackles this season.When it came to rushing the Quarterback, he has been able to take them down 2 times this season, which put him in the 75.89 among all Defensive Tackles in College Football. He has forced nan fumbles this season.

Jadeveon Clowney DE 6-5 255

The leading tackler among Defensive Tackles for Tennessee, Jadeveon Clowney has 14 tackles this season.When it came to rushing the Quarterback, he has been able to take them down 0 times this season, which put him in the 10.48 among all Defensive Tackles in College Football. He has forced 1.0 fumbles this season.

Kenny Vaccaro SS 6-0 214

He is the leading tackler among non-exclusive Defensive Backs (meaning he can play either Safety Position, Nickel Back, Star or even play as a Cornerback in coverage) for Tennessee, Kenny Vaccaro had 42 tackles which puts him in the 90.58 percentile among returning non-exclusive Defensive Backs. When it came to blitzing the Quarterback, this season he was able to take them down 1 times this season. Kenny Vaccaro as a ball hawker was able to pick off 0.0 passes this season, which puts him in the 21.55 percentile among returning secondary position players this season.

Malcolm Butler CB 5-11 190

Considered the leading tackler among non-exclusive Defensive Backs (meaning he can play either Safety Position, Nickel Back, Star or even play as a Cornerback in coverage) for Tennessee, Malcolm Butler had 49 tackles which puts him in the 98.91 percentile among returning non-exclusive Defensive Backs. When it came to blitzing the Quarterback, this season he was able to take them down 0 times this season. Malcolm Butler as a ball hawker was able to pick off 2.0 passes this season, which puts him in the 88.51 percentile among returning secondary position players this season.

The Baltimore Roster

The Players to Watch for Baltimore

Tennessee Titans vs. Baltimore Ravens Prediction, Picks, and Odds


Prediction: Tennessee Titans 22 Baltimore Ravens 26

Spread Pick: Tennessee +6.5 -115 JazzSports
Moneyline Pick: Baltimore -240 SBR Sportsbook
Total Pick: Under 50 -102 5Dimes