Irresistible force (Derrick Henry) vs Immovable Object (Ravens D), who wins? The Titans

In the 2019 playoffs, Derrick Henry stiff armed Earl Thomas. On Sunday, who will Henry hit this time? Will Newton/Getty Images

Titans (6-3) at Ravens (6-3)

1 p.m. ET | CBS

Matchup rating: 72.0 | Spread: BAL -5 (49.5)

What to watch for: Can the Ravens' run defense stop Titans running back Derrick Henry? Henry ran for 195 yards against Baltimore in the playoffs last season and will face a rush defense that probably won't have nose tackle Brandon Williams. In the Ravens' past seven games without Williams, they have allowed an average of 165.1 yards rushing. -- Jamison Hensley

Bold prediction: Henry will run for more than 150 yards and score two touchdowns. The Titans know what it takes to get into a rhythm: giving Henry the football. This is one of those times when they have to rely on Henry to set the tone and carry the team to a much-needed victory. -- Turron Davenport

Stat to know: Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson is completing just 38.8% of his passes thrown 15-plus yards downfield this season, 26th out of 33 qualified quarterbacks in the NFL. Last weekend against New England, Jackson was 1-for-6 (18 yards) on such throws.

Injuries: Titans | Ravens

What to know for fantasy: The Titans have failed to score more than 20 points in three of wide receiver A.J. Brown's seven games this season. In those instances, Brown has yet to top 40 yards and is averaging just 8.1 fantasy points per game. See Week 11 rankings.

Betting nugget: When quarterback Ryan Tannehill starts regular-season games for Tennessee, overs are 16-3, including 7-2 this season. Read more.

Davenport's pick: Titans 24, Ravens 20

Hensley's pick: Titans 28, Ravens 24

FPI prediction: BAL, 68.4% (by an average of 6.4 points)

Matchup must-reads: In crowded AFC playoff race, Titans entering crucial three-game stretch ... Ravens' offense in free fall ... Davis played one day after brother died of cancer ... Ravens fighting for playoff lives