The NFL playoff schedule for 2020 brings a unique set of national TV broadcasts, with three networks and the associated TV channels presenting four games over the span of two days in the divisional round. Today's Ravens vs. Titans game in Baltimore, scheduled to kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET, will be shown on CBS.

The Ravens, who earned the No. 1 seed in the AFC and enjoyed a first-round bye last week while the Titans pulled off their upset over the Patriots, led the NFL with 3,296 rushing yards in the regular season, the most by a team in a single season in NFL history. Tennessee, though, ranked third in the league with 2,223 rushing yards in 2019, led by the NFL’s leading rusher Derrick Henry, who rushed for 1,540 yards this season.

This marks the fourth time the team with the top rushing offense has met the team with the league’s leading rusher in the postseason in the Super Bowl era. In each of the matchups, the team with the league’s leading rusher has won.

Against the spread | Straight-up predictions

That would be a massive upset, of course, considering the Ravens are 10-point home favorites over the Titans. Powered by Sporting News' Offensive Player of the Year in quarterback Lamar Jackson, Baltimore easily led the league with 33.2 point per game this season and has a league-high 12 players named to the Pro Bowl.

Below is all the info you need to watch Ravens vs. Titans on Saturday night, including the TV channel and kickoff time.

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What channel is Ravens vs. Titans on today?

    TV channel (national): CBSTV channel (Baltimore): WJZTV channel (Nashville): WTVFLive stream: Yahoo! | DAZN (in CA)

    Sunday's Ravens vs. Titans game on CBS will be called by the network's No. X crew. That means xxx and xxx will be on the call. xxx and xxx will report from the sidelines, and xxx NFL rules analyst xxx will explain officiating rulings.

    For those who can't watch Ravens vs. Titans on TV and wish to find the game on the radio, the Tennessee call can be heard on Sirius channel 82 and XM channel 226, and the Baltimore call can be heard on Sirius channel 83 and XM channel 225.

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    What time does Ravens vs. Titans start?

      Date: Saturday, Jan. 11Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET

      In both our picks against the spread and our straight-up predictions for the divisional round of the playoffs, Sporting News is projecting a Ravens win over the Titans. Below are the explanations.

      Against the spread: The Titans' game plan is evident: Run Derrick Henry as hard and as much as possible to wear down the Ravens' defense, finish drives, work the clock and keep Lamar Jackson off the field. The problem is, the Ravens are capable of flipping that script with Jackson and Mark Ingram to limit the opportunities for Henry and Ryan Tannehill. Jackson will force the Titans into uncomfortable situations with his running. Baltimore's offensive line will win the battle against Tennessee's front to facilitate everything, including downfield shots to wide receiver Marquise Brown and tight end Mark Andrews.

      The Ravens will contain Henry and force Tannehill to throw more one-dimensionally than he would like against a deep secondary, inside and out. The Ravens,

      who will protect both their QB and the ball, have dominated too much through 12 straight victories to trip up at home against the No. 6 seed.

      Pick: Ravens win 30-17 and cover the spread.

      Straight up: This is an unstoppable rushing force against the most unstoppable rushing force the NFL has ever seen. Yes, the Titans are benefiting from the fact that Derrick Henry finally is being supported by a legitimate passing attack, which is why Tennessee finished the regular season with the league's third-best rushing offense and used it to upset New England in the wild-card round. But the Ravens, who scored at least 40 points in five different games this season, led the league with 3,296 rushing yards and surpassed the 1978 Patriots (3,165) for the most rushing yards by a team in a single season in NFL history.

      With all due respect to Ryan Tannehill, who led the NFL in passer rating this season, the key to this game is related to the other quarterback. Keep in mind Lamar Jackson, who easily broke Michael Vick's single-season QB rushing record, also led the league with 36 touchdown passes. The soon-to-be MVP and the dangerous weapons around him form a nightmare matchup for any team, and while Tennessee's defense is respectable, it won't be up to the task in Baltimore.

      Pick: Ravens 30, Titans 17

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      NFL playoff schedule: Divisional round

      Below is the full NFL divisional playoff schedule for 2020, complete with TV channels and live stream links.

      Saturday, Jan. 11

      MatchupStart timeTV channelLive streamVikings at 49ers4:35 p.m. ETNBCYahoo!Titans at Ravens8:15 p.m. ETCBSYahoo!

      Sunday, Jan. 12

      MatchupStart timeTV channelLive streamTexans at Chiefs3:05 p.m. ETCBSYahoo!Seahawks at Packers6:40 p.m. ETFoxYahoo!