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Sunday, January 12, 2020


Venue: M&T Bank Stadium | Start: 12:15pm AEDT

Having sent mighty New England to its earliest exit in a decade, the Tennessee Titans hope to tackle a much taller task against the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens on Saturday. The Ravens closed the regular-season with 12 straight victories to finish 14-2, with eight of the final 10 coming by at least 14 points. That included a 28-10 victory in the season finale against Pittsburgh with most Ravens starters resting. Running back Mark Ingram has had two weeks to rest a calf injury but still missed practices this week. He could play but is not expected to be fully healthy. Quarterback Lamar Jackson, the presumptive league MVP, closed the regular season with his fifth 100-yard rushing game. He led the NFL in rushing average (6.9 yards per carry) and finished sixth in rushing yards (1,206). The Titans’ offensive centerpiece, Derrick Henry, finished tied for fifth (5.1) in rushing average and won the rushing title with 1,540 yards. He tacked on with 182 rushing yards in Saturday’s 20-13 win over the Patriots, handling a career-high 34 carries. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was much quieter in the win, finishing 8 of 15 for just 72 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He had posted a passer rating of 130.8 or better in six of the final seven regular-season games.

Win: Baltimore Ravens
Line: Tennessee Titans +10.5
Total Points: Under 46.5


Venue: Levi’s Stadium | Start: 8:35am AEDT

After prevailing as the wild-card round’s biggest underdog last week, the sixth-seeded Minnesota Vikings seek another upset when they visit the San Francisco 49ers in Santa Clara, Calif., on Saturday. The top-seeded 49ers went 13-3 during the regular season to earn a first-round bye and homefield advantage, but all three-losses came in the final eight games. Likewise, San Francisco’s defense allowed 25.9 points per game over the final nine after holding opponents to an average of 11 points over the first seven weeks. Helping the 49ers’ cause is health, with defensive end Dee Ford set to return from hamstring and quad issues, and linebacker Kwon Alexander on track to play for the first time since tearing a pectoral muscle on Oct. 31. The Vikings are slightly banged up at receiver, with Stefon Diggs missing practice with an illness and Adam Thielen hurting his ankle on Wednesday, but both are expected to play. Kirk Cousins threw for 242 yards in last week’s 26-20 overtime win at New Orleans, tossing the game-winning, 4-yard touchdown to Kyle Rudolph. Running back Dalvin Cook had a season-high 28 carries for 94 yards and two scores while adding three catches for 36 yards. Minnesota intercepted Jimmy Garoppolo three times in a 24-16 victory in Minnesota to open the 2018 regular season.

Win: San Francisco 49ers
Line: San Francisco 49ers -7.5
Total Points: Under 44.5