Ravens vs. Titans in London provides a number of wagering opportunities for Sunday morning NFL bettors. There are several props and game picks to consider. We’ll discuss a few of them below, including picks on Lamar Jackson and Derrick Henry.
NFL London Week 6 Ravens vs. Titans picks & player props
Under 41.5 (Under -115 or better)
The Titans and Ravens have played to the Under in three of their last four tilts. That includes two of three with Lamar Jackson under center. They’re also a combined 2-8 to the Under this season. Neither team has been prolific in the scoring department through five games, and it remains to be seen if a trip across the pond can serve as the elixir. We’re leaning “no”.
Lamar Jackson Over 41.5 Rushing Yards (-114 or better)
Jackson reached 42 rushing yards in three of his five starts this season, and in three of his four head-to-head meetings with the Titans. He reached triple figures in two of those performances, demonstrating his electric running ability. He doesn’t need a ton of carries to make his mark, but he should run enough on Sunday to hit the Over.
Lamar Jackson Over 1.5 Passing TDs (+145 or better)
We like this bounceback spot for bettors eyeing plus-money odds. The Ravens played poorly last week, especially in the end zone, where they dropped passes and turned the ball over. Look for Jackson to execute better, and especially for the pass-catchers to reel in their touchdowns this Sunday.
Derrick Henry Under 66.5 Rushing Yards (-115 or better)
This may be an unpopular position to take, but there are reasons to approach Henry with a bearish view this week. Volume isn’t an issue – his 86 carries represent 39.6 percent of the team’s total touches. However, his 3.9 yards per carry is a far cry from the Henry we know. Meanwhile, the Ravens have stifled opposing rushing attacks (3.6 YPC) this season and are familiar with what it takes to slow Henry. And if the Ravens get out to an early lead, the Titans may have to take to the air.
Mark Andrews Anytime TD (+190 or better)
Andrews is among the guilty parties who contributed to last week’s collapse against the Steelers. And he will be among those who bounce back on Sunday morning. He owns a robust 20 percent target share with a 71.4 percent catch rate. Furthermore, he has three of the Ravens’ four touchdown receptions on the season. The raw production the Titans have allowed to the position is modest through five games, but they’ve yet to come across a tight end of Andrews’ caliber this season.