Winners of Ravens-Titans And Chiefs-Texans Clear, Says ESPN
The winners of Ravens-Titans and Chiefs-Texans are clear, says ESPN.
The worldwide leader developed a computer model to predict the end result of upcoming games.
According to ESPN’s computer model, Baltimore has an 81.8 percent chance of emerging victorious against Tennessee.
Along the same lines, the model gives Kansas City an 81.5 percent chance of beating Houston.
Heading into this weekend, Tennessee is undoubtedly the darling of the NFL playoffs after dethroning the New England Patriots last week.
The big question for the Titans in this one will be: can they run the ball down Baltimore’s throat the way they did New England? If so, another upset is not out of the question. If not, Lamar Jackson and that high-flying Ravens offense will run up the score on them real quick.
Houston, meanwhile, almost didn’t even make it out of the opening round of the playoffs. Behind remarkable heroics from quarterback Deshaun Watson, the Texans overcame a 16-0 deficit to ultimately prevail over Buffalo.
If the Texans want to have any hope of beating the Chiefs, they cannot afford to fall into a hole like they did last weekend. Buffalo’s offense was not good enough to seal the deal – Kansas City’s is.
Ravens vs Titans will kick off at 5:15 pm PST on CBS, whereas Chiefs vs Texans will go down on Sunday at 12:05 m PST also on CBS.