Can Ryan Tannehill Reach the Over In TD Passes Against Baltimore?

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The Baltimore Ravens own the number one defense in the NFL. Today, Ryan Tannehill and the Tennessee Titans look to disrupt the Ravens’ defensive squad on the road.

Baltimore allows 18.3 points per game, which means teams are struggling to find the end zone against the Ravens. Since Baltimore’s bye week, we have seen that number rise a bit, thanks to a 28-24 loss and 23-17 loss in weeks 8 and 9.

※ Current Odds Date & Time: November 22nd, 10:00 A.M. (EST)

Online bookmaker William Hill has Tannehill at +125 to throw over 1.5 touchdown passes.

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ウィリアムヒルFocusing on player props, Tannehill’s over/under for touchdown passes thrown against Baltimore is 1.5.This is an interesting bet because many analysts feel as if the Ravens are exposed against good teams. In games where Baltimore allowed more than 18.3 points per game, Week 3 against Kansas City, Week 6 against Philadelphia, Week 8 against Pittsburgh, and Week 10 against New England, the Ravens allowed 2 or more touchdown passes in those games.The Titans are averaging 27.7 points per game this season, which is good for 10th in the NFL. As for Tannehill, he averages 2.2 touchdown passes per game.Only twice this season has Tannehill failed to throw less than two touchdowns in a game: Week 10 against Indianapolis (1) and Week 3 against Minnesota (0).The Ravens are revolutionizing defensive football | NFL News, Rankings and Statistics | PFF

Of Baltimore’s 4 games at home this season, opposing QB’s have tossed 2 touchdowns or more in only two of those games. It will be interesting to see how Baltimore handles the 6-3 Titans today. This season, it would push me to believe that Tannehill can get at least two touchdown passes, despite how strong the Ravens defense is.

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