Titans vs Commanders Expert Picks & Predictions for Week 5 NFL Game

Titans vs Commanders Expert Picks & Predictions for Week 5 NFL Game


The 2022 NFL season is underway and the Week 5 schedule is full of exciting showdowns. One of the more interesting matchups is a cross-conference clash between the Tennessee Titans and Washington Commanders.

After an 0-2 start, the Titans have now won two games in a row following their 24-17 victory against the Indianapolis Colts. Meanwhile, the Commanders have suffered three losses in a row after losing 25-10 to the rival Dallas Cowboys in Week 4.

Can Tennessee keep the ball rolling on the road? Or will Washington finally put their losing ways to bed?

Here's what projection models and experts across the industry have to say about the Titans vs Commanders Week 5 matchup.

Titans vs Commanders Projections

ESPN FPICommanders (57.9%)
numberFireTitans (55.4%)
FiveThirtyEightTitans (59%)
Betting FavoriteTitans (-2.5)

Projected Winner: Titans (3), Commanders (1)

Titans vs Commanders Expert Picks

ESPN Experts: Titans (7)
Sports Illustrated ExpertsTBD
CBS Sports ExpertsTitans (4), Commanders (3)

Expert Totals: Titans (11), Commanders (3)

When it comes to projections, three of the four highlighted sources are backing the Titans to win. The experts are also trending in that direction as 78.6% of them picked Tennessee as well.

At the end of the day, 14-of-18 (77.8%) of sources favor the road team, suggesting that this is the Titans' game to lose.

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