Titans vs. Raiders Point Spread: NFL Predictions, Week 14 Odds

Andrew Rogers | Updated Dec 04, 2019

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The Ryan Tannehill Experience has lifted the Tennessee Titans to new heights – but their Week 14 test could be a stiff one as they tangle with the host Raiders.

December 08, 2019, 4:25 PM ET
RingCentral Coliseum
Las Vegas
Pointspread -3 -110
Moneyline -153
Over / Under o +47


Betting Action


Pointspread +3 -110
Moneyline +127
Over / Under u +47


Betting Action


Tannehill has led the Titans back above the .500 mark with a three-game winning streak during which they’ve averaged 36 points. But while the Raiders are coming off back-to-back ugly road losses, they’ve been one of the top home teams in the NFL with a 5-1 record at the Coliseum.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

The Raiders have been a frustratingly inconsistent team in 2019, and their duds against the Jets and Chiefs (they were outscored 74-12 in those losses) left oddsmakers little choice but to make them home underdogs. But that might suit bettors just fine: Oakland has gone an incredible 5-1 SU and ATS in its last six games as a home ‘dog, with all of those games played in the last 12 months. Tennessee, meanwhile, is just 4-7 ATS in its last 11 as a road favourite.

Plenty of points should be scored in this one, with the total sitting at a healthy 47. And two-thirds of Sports interaction bettors favour the Over, which is no surprise given how the suddenly high-powered Titans are presently trending. Tennessee is riding a six-game consecutive Over streak and has finished above the number in four straight vs. AFC foes. Oakland, on the other hand, is 9-2-1 to the Under in its past 12 against conference opponents.

Tennessee Titans

Could Tannehill be the long-term solution to the Titans’ quarterback issues following a mediocre seven-year stint in Miami? It’s quite possible; Tannehill has been outstanding in leading the Titans back into the AFC playoff picture, completing 74.6 percent of his pass attempts with six touchdowns and zero interceptions during the team’s three-game winning streak. It also hasn’t hurt that running back Derrick Henry has 496 rushing yards and five scores over that span.

Oakland Raiders

The quarterback situation in Oakland is considerably less stable, with whispers abound that the Raiders might consider benching Derek Carr should his struggles continue in Week 14. Carr threw just one touchdown pass against three interceptions in the losses to New York and Kansas City, and has now gone four games without a multi-score performance. His struggles have squandered a terrific season from Josh Jacobs, who leads all rookies in rushing.

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