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How to watch, what to watch for Titans vs. Ravens in Week 11

The Titans and Ravens face off in Week 11 of the 2020 NFL season. We break down how to watch the game, odds for the matchup, key injuries, and notable fantasy football start/sit considerations.

What to expect from Tennessee at Baltimore

The Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans are set to face off in Week 11 and both teams are looking to rebound from Week 10 losses. Both squads are also second in their respective divisions.

The Ravens have now dropped two games in three weeks. Their stagnant passing attack has limited them on offense all season and reigning MVP Lamar Jackson believes opposing defenses have a handle on Baltimore’s once unpredictable offense. There’s no true feature back capable of matching Jackson’s production. The Ravens could get back on track against a struggling defense, and they’ll have to get a win if they hope to catch up to the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Titans kicked off 2020 with a 5-0 start but have now lost three of their last four games. Derrick Henry is second in the NFL in rushing yards and has eclipsed the century mark five times this season. However, Ryan Tannehill has struggled to keep up his trademark efficiency through the air. Tannehill will have to find his mojo in this game because Baltimore has been solid on defense against the run and the pass.

TV Info

Date: Sunday, Nov. 22
Time: 1:00 p.m.
Channel: CBS
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Notable Statistical rankings (Football Outsiders)

Titans: #16 Overall — #3 offense, #24 defense, #31 special teams
Ravens: #6 Overall — #24 offense, #6 defense, #2 special teams

DraftKings Sportsbook odds

Titans: +6, +220
Ravens: -6, -250
Total: 49.5

Fantasy football start/sit advice


Derrick Henry, RB, $8,000

Henry has rushed for at least 100 yards in every other game this season and is Tennessee’s most dangerous offensive weapon. While Baltimore is good against the run, it’s even better against the pass. Tannehill has completed just over 55 percent of his passes over the past three weeks, so expect a run-focused attack against a top-notch secondary.

A.J. Brown, WR, $7,200

Brown has cracked 10 DKFP in five of the seven games he’s played in this year. While he busted in Week 10 against the Indianapolis Colts and was targeted a season-low four times, he’s torched the Steelers and Chicago Browns this season. Brown will likely be Tannehill’s most productive pass catcher.


Lamar Jackson, QB, $7,300

The fantasy world is waiting for another Jackson ceiling game and this is a great opportunity for him to bounce back. Tough matchups against the Steelers and Colts limited his upside, but the Titans’ defense ranks 24th against opposing quarterbacks on DraftKings.

Mark Andrews, TE, $4,900

Quite a few Ravens pass catchers have had to endure slumps this season but Andrew is the biggest scoring threat. While he and Marquise Brown ($5,800) are about even in receptions and targets, Andrews has a team-high five touchdown catches and is the preferred red zone target. Andrews is significantly cheaper than the WR1 and has scored more fantasy points.