We are heading to the Gillete Stadium at Foxborough, Massachusetts on this Saturday night where the No. 1 seeded New England Patriots (13-3) are hosting the Tennessee Titans (10-7) for the AFC divisional playoff game.
Tennessee Titans vs. New England Patriots
Last week on the wildcard weekend Titans were loosing 21-3 at halftime and they overcame to win it 22-21 after the Chiefs lost Travis Kelce, as Mariota had the game of his life and scored 3 touchdowns in the second half. Patriots as you know come to this one as No. 1 seeded after another great season, ranked 1st on offense with 6307 total yards, Tom Brady completing 4577 yards – 32 touchdowns – 8 interceptions, Dion Lewis having a great season 894 yards – 6 touchdows and Rob Gronkowski leading with 1084 yards – 8 touchdowns
Titans are 9-20 (handicap) in their last 29 road games, 15-35-1 (handicap) in their last 51 games following a handicap win, 4-10 (handicap) in their last 14 road games versus a team with winning home record and 3-10 (handicap) in their last 13 games on fieldturf.
Patriots are 4-0 (handicap) in their last 4 playoff home games, 5-0 (handicap) in their last 5 games on fieldturf, 6-1 (handicap) in their last 7 playoff games, 10-2 (handicap) in their last 12 games following a win of more than 14 points, 14-3 (handicap) in their last 17 games versus a team with a winning record, 20-5-1 (handicap) in their last 26 games after allowing less than 90 rushing yards in their previous game, 8-2 (handicap) in their last 10 games after allowing less than 15 points in their previous game and 35-15-2 (handicap) in their last 52 home games.
New England won by a combined diferencial of 59 points in their last 3 home games (17-35, 16-37 and 6-26). They are simply to much for this Tennessee Titans ranked 23rd on offense with 5024 total yards and should get the job done with a very WELL rested and healthy team, simply too much. Let’s enjoy the game and roll with Brady and the Pats on this one.
PICK: New England Patriots -13.5