Tennessee Titans vs Philadelphia Eagles Pick and Preview

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Titans vs Eagles Pick and Preview

Non-Conference NFL Matchup

Point Spread: Titans +4.5 | Total Points: 44.5

Heading into week 13 action, the Titans are an above .500 team with an overall record of 7-4. This mark places them 3rd in the AFC. The Titans will look to get back in the win column, as they are coming off a 20-16 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Tennessee lost the game, even though they entered the game as -0.5 point favorites. The two teams combined point total of 36 remained below the betting line of 42.

In this week’s matchup against Tennessee, the Eagles have won 2 straight games and have a current record of 10-1. The Eagles are looking to stay hot after knocking off Green Bay Packers by a score of 40-33. Philadelphia also picked up an ATS win, with a point spread of -6.5. With their combined 77 points, the two teams exceeded the betting over-under number of 46.

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Titans vs Eagles History

The two teams did not play each other in the 2021-2022 regular season. In the last 3 head-to-head matchups, the Titans are averaging 29 points per game, compared to the Eagles at 28. These figures have led to Tennessee posting a record of 2-1.

When looking at the last 3 times the Titans have traveled to Lincoln Financial Field, they have put together a record of 2-1. In terms of betting, Tennessee holds a recent edge vs the spread, going 4-1 in the previous 5 meetings. These games have finished with an average point total of 53, leading to an over-under mark of 5-0.

Notable Injuries

Tennessee Titans

  • Denico Autry (Knee) Questionable
  • Cody Hollister (Neck) Questionable
  • Ola Adeniyi (Neck) Questionable
  • Jeffery Simmons (Ankle) Questionable
  • Nate Davis (Knee) Questionable
  • Treylon Burks (Illness) Questionable
  • Elijah Molden (Groin) Questionable

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Janarius Robinson (Ankle) Questionable
  • Patrick Johnson (Ankle) Probable
  • Jordan Davis (Ankle) Questionable
  • DeVonta Smith (Groin) Questionable
  • Zach Pascal (Groin) Questionable

Keys To Victory: Tennessee Titans

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill will try to lead the Titans to a win despite being 4.5-point underdogs on the road. As a team, Tennessee is averaging 19.0 points per game, placing them 26th in the NFL. Overall, Tannehill is ranked 29th among quarterbacks in yards per game at 219.56. This figure has come on a completion percentage of 65.0%. In his last game, he finished with a passer rating of 91.67 while throwing for 291 yards. Robert Woods has been targeted 56 times and has caught 57.1% of the passes thrown his way. He comes into the game with a total of 351 receiving yards.

Derrick Henry is looking forward to putting up big numbers on the ground, as he has a good matchup vs a Philadelphia defense that struggles to stop the run. This year, Henry is averaging 4.2 yards per attempt for the team.

Keys To Victory: Philadelphia Eagles

For the season, the Philadelphia offense is averaging 27.6 points per contest, placing them 3rd in the NFL. The team’s strong offensive numbers have led to an average scoring differential of +7.91. In this week’s matchup, look for the Eagles’ offense to attack the Titans’ secondary, as the unit has had its problems defending the pass. For the season, Philadelphia is averaging 219.8 yards per contest through the air. At the quarterback position, Jalen Hurts has completed 67.3% of his passes, leading to a total of 2560 yards. In addition, his passer rating of 105.6 ranks well compared to other QBs. Hurts could add to these numbers with a big performance vs Tennessee. So far, the team’s top receiving threat has been A.J. Brown, who comes into the game with 831 receiving yards. For the season, he has been the recipient of 43.0% of the pass attempts to wide receivers.

Something will have to give in this week’s matchup between the Philadelphia ground game and the Tennessee front seven, as the Eagles are one of the league’s top rushing attacks but will need to be on top of their game, the Titans have been tough to run against this year. So far, the team’s leading rusher is Miles Sanders, who is averaging 5.1 yards per attempt. Through 11 games, he has rushed for a total of 900 yards on the ground.

Betting Trends

  • Tennessee is 5-0 ATS in their last 5 games on the road.
  • Tennessee is 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games at home.
  • Tennessee is 7-3 ATS in their last 10 games as the underdog.
  • Tennessee is 6-4 ATS in their last 10 games as the favorite.


The Eagles haven’t been blowing teams out the past few games, but we’re confident that they take care of business at home against the Titans. We like the Eagles to win and cover.

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