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NFL Playoffs Wild Card Same Game Parlay: Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans (+2064)

NFL Playoffs Wild Card Same Game Parlay: Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans (+2064)

The NFL playoffs are finally here, and we’ve got a great wild card matchup on Sunday afternoon here as the Tennessee Titans host the Baltimore Ravens to kickoff the day’s slate. Of course, these two teams met in the playoffs last year, with the Ravens getting stunned 28-12 in a big upset. Can Lamar Jackson get revenge and pick up his first playoff win, or does Ryan Tannehill have other ideas?

What better way to celebrate the start of the postseason than by betting a same game parlay? We’ve also got thoughts on the side and total, which you can find out in our full game preview. If you’re new to same game parlays and want to find out more, be sure to check out our handy guide, which details how they work and which sportsbooks currently offer them.

Baltimore Ravens ML (-180)

J.K. Dobbins to score a touchdown (-110)

Mark Andrews over 56.5 receiving yards (-110)

Under 48.5 alternate total (+200)

Parlay odds: +2064

The benefit of same game parlays is that you can put together plays that correlate with each other. I think the first three definitely do, and we get a huge odds boost by throwing in the under. Let’s break them all down one by one:

Baltimore Ravens ML (-180)

I think the Ravens get their revenge here. Yes Tennessee won the first meeting between these teams earlier this season, but it took them until overtime to do it and came at a time when the Ravens lost four of five and were playing their worst ball of the season. Now, the Ravens are playing their best ball of the season. They won five straight games to end the season, with four of those victories coming by at least 14 points. They’ve got the far superior defense in this matchup, and in fact I think Tennessee has easily the worst defense of any team in the playoffs. If the Ravens can find the intensity needed to slow down Derrick Henry, which they should in this playoff environment, they’ll win this game.

J.K. Dobbins to score a touchdown (-110)

If the Ravens win this game, then Dobbins most likely found the endzone. The team has clearly realized he’s their most talented running back down the stretch, and I’d expect him to be featured heavily here. He’s coming off a game where he had 160 yards and two touchdowns, but oddsmakers haven’t quite caught up yet because he had a slow start to his rookie season. He’s now scored a touchdown in six straight games to end the year, so -110 is a great price to get this at.

Mark Andrews over 56.5 receiving yards (-110)

If the Ravens win, then Andrews likely also had a big day. He didn’t do a ton in Week 17, but that’s because the Ravens won 38-3 and mostly just ran the ball. Right before that he had five straight games with at least 61 yards, so I think he’s a very good bet to crack at least 57 here. Especially against a horrible Titans secondary that gave up 277 yards per game this season, the fourth-worst mark in the league. Andrews also had 96 yards the first time these teams played, so you’ve got to like this matchup.

Under 48.5 alternate total (+200)

We get a huge odds boost from throwing in this under, when I really don’ think it conflicts much at all. If the Ravens win this game, it’s going to be because their defense shuts down the Titans’ offense, not because they won a shootout. Baltimore allowed only 6.4 yards per pass attempt this season, the second-best mark in the league behind only the Rams. As such, I don’t see Tannehill having much success here. Jackson didn’t do much as a passer this season, and I think the Ravens are going to want to keep it heavily on the ground here, which will prevent this one from being too high-scoring.

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Last updated: Sun 10th January 2021

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