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Ravens vs. Titans 2009 Divisional Round Preview

Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans 4:30 ET

The Divisional Round of the NFL playoff betting season has arrived, and a trip to the AFC Championship game will be on the line when the Baltimore Ravens (12-5, 13-4 ATS) lock horns with the Tennessee Titans (13-3, 12-4 ATS) at LP Field; kick-off is slated for 4:30 ET and the game can be seen nationally on CBS.  

Baltimore advanced to the second round of the playoffs after easily disposing of the Dolphins in Miami last week. The defense forced five turnovers in the game, and set its offense up with a number of short fields to help allow HC John Harbaugh’s group advance to this afternoons NFL playoffs betting match-up with the Titans.

Tennessee licked its wounds throughout last week’s bye, and comes into this contest very confident knowing it won 7 of 8 in this venue during the regular season.

Bookmaker Sportsbook currently has Tennessee installed as 3-point home favorites with a game ‘total’ of 34 points.

Current Bookmaker Super Bowl XLIII future betting odds find the Ravens installed as +600 underdogs to win it all, while Tennessee boasts a little better of a return at +610. If you believe one of these teams will hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy come February, login to your Bookmaker.com account right now and get your action down before either team’s loses any more value!

These clubs last met back in Week 5 of the regular season in a game that saw the Titans escape M&T Bank Field with a 13-10 road win and cover as short one-point road favorites. Neither quarterback was sharp that day as both Kerry Collins and Joe Flacco each threw a pair of interceptions. Baltimore stymied the Titans potent ground attack limiting it to a total of 47 yards on 22 carries, but Tennessee managed to find the end zone in the closing moments of the 4th quarter to claim the road victory.

Baltimore has failed to cover the spread in each of its L/4 meetings with Tennessee, but the Ravens are 6-2 ATS its L/8 trips to Tennessee; this series has seen the underdog cash pointspread tickets in 13 of the L/17 overall meetings. Baltimore was a cash cow on the road for NFL bettors this season compiling 6-3 SU and 7-2 ATS records, and went 4-3 SU and 5-2 ATS when deemed a road underdog. However, Tennessee went 7-1 SU and 6-2 ATS in its own house this season.

This has been a very low scoring series as well with the ‘under’ cashing in five of the L/6 meetings with the combined score averaging just over 33 points per game. That said; the over is 4-0-1 ATS the L/5 times Baltimore was installed a road underdog, and the ‘over’ cashed in six of Tennessee’s eight home games this season.

Who will come out on top in this battle of sports betting greatness? Both clubs padded the NFL betting public’s bankroll all season long, so it will be hard to say goodbye to one of these teams. Still, there’s money to be made in this spot, so once you’ve crunched your numbers and looked at all the trends, login to your Bookmaker Sportsbook account and grab yourself a piece of the first playoff game of the weekend!

Once you’ve crunched all the numbers and come to a deduction, login to your Bookmaker Sportsbook account to get your NFL Divisional Playoff betting action down!


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