NFL experts make Week 5 picks

The Tennessee Titans will look to keep up the good times on Sunday in Week 5 when they travel to FedEx Field to take on the Washington Commanders for the first time since 2018.

Tennessee enters this game off the back of back-to-back wins over the Las Vegas Raiders and Indianapolis Colts, improving to 2-2 after an 0-2 start.

The Titans are currently tied for the top of their division with the Jacksonville Jaguars. If they win on Sunday, the Titans will remain in first place, but a loss would drop them at least one spot after the Indianapolis Colts won on Thursday.

Meanwhile, the Commanders are headed in the opposite direction after losing their last three games to the Detroit Lions, Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys. As a result, the Majors are in the basement of the NFC East.

Tipico Sportsbook has the Titans favored away from home by 2.5 points, but do most pundits think Tennessee will win?

Find out now in our latest roundup of Expert Picks for Week 5.


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USA TODAY Week 5 Picks:

Jarrett Bell: titans

Chris Bumbaca: Commanders

Nathan Davis: titans

Safid Din: titans

Tyler Dragon: titans

Parker-Gabriel: titans

Lawrence Reyes: titans


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ESPN Week 5 picks:

Stephanie Bell: titans

Matt Bowens: titans

mike clay: titans

Jeremy Fowler: titans

Domonique Foxworth: titans

Dan Gratian: titans

Jason Reed: titans

Laura Rutledge: without choosing

Sam Wickerham: titans

CBS Sports

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CBS Sports Week 5 Picks:

Pete Prisco: Commanders 28, Titans 24 – “The Commanders have lost three in a row and their season could be at stake here. They get a Titans team coming off a road division win against the Colts. This could be a good place for the Commanders to get a win. The pressure is on and they get it. Special disorder.

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Jason La Canfora: no choice

Brinson: Commanders

Jared Dubin: titans

Ryan Wilson: titans

John Breech: titans

david richard: Commanders

James Eisenberg: titans


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MMQB Week 5 Picks:

Albert Breer: titans

Mitch Goldich: titans

Gary Gramling: Commanders

Conor Orr: Commanders

John Plumm: titans

Bleacher Report

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Bleacher Report Week 5 Picks:

Gary Davenport: titans

Greg Ivory: titans

Ian Kennyon: Commanders

Kris Knox: titans

Mauricio Moton: titans

Wes O’Donnell: Commanders

Brent Sobleski: Commanders

Score prediction: Titans 31, Commanders 27

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Vinnie Iyer: Commanders 30, Titans 27 – “The Titans are still a very unpredictable team with ups and downs week after week. They lost to the Giants and Bills before defeating the Raiders and Colts. The Commanders are terrible against the pass and wide receivers, but the Titans have limited options there without rookie Treylon Burks. Carson Wentz tends to play better at home against weaker defenses and will make sure Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel get going against some poor coverage.”

Bill Bender: Titans 24, Commanders 14 – “Washington has played hard against the run in the last two weeks, which could theoretically make it difficult for Derrick Henry to get going. The Titans will still feed Henry more than 20 times, and the Commanders’ offense has been dismal in the last two losses averaging 9.0 points per game. Tennessee’s defense could also score here. “

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Gregg Rosenthal: Titans 24, Commanders 17 – “Every week the Titans offense looks a little closer, Derrick Henry looks a little faster and Ryan Tannehill, well, he always looks the same. That’s a compliment. He flips quarterbacks in this matchup and could turn the scoreboard. Tannehill handles the pressure well, while Carson Wentz runs into it. The Commanders of 2022 only had a chance to be relevant if Ron Rivera’s defense moved forward, but the unit remains in disarray. “

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Overall count of experts

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titans: 27

Commanders: 10

The story originally appeared on Titans Wire

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