WEEK 10 SNF Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots Betting Preview

Jamil Brown

Baltimore Ravens(6-2) at New England Patriots(3-5) Betting Preview

This is a high profile game against teams that often meet in these Primetime slot. The Ravens now play the role as the big favorite that used to be a right reserved for the Patriots. The change an offseason makes. This game is huge for both sides tonight so I expect both teams to be prepared for an intense game

Spread: Ravens -7.5 (-110), Patriots +7.5 (-110)

Moneyline: Ravens (-290), Patriots (+240)

Total: OVER 44 (-110), UNDER 44 (-110)

Ravens’ Season to Date

The Ravens have enjoyed another great 1st half of the season literally been on cruise control only 2 hiccups occurred against 2 of the top teams in the NFL(Chiefs and Steelers) other than that they’ve played a strong brand of football and dominated teams in their wins, beating their opponents by an average of 17 ppg. pretty much picking up where they left off last season as they cruised to the best record in the NFL.

Ravens’ Betting Record: ATS 4-4-0 OVER/UNDER 3-5-0

Ravens’ Leaders on Offense

QB Lamar Jackson: 1513 pass yards; 469 rush yards with 15 total TD”s(12 passing;3 rush) and 4 INT’s

RB J.K Dobbins: 384 total yards with 2 TD’s

WR Golden Tate: 30 receptions; 417 receiving yards with 2 TD’s

TE Marc Andrews: 26 receptions; 297 receiving yards with 5 TD’s


Patriots’ Season to Date

The Patriots are an unfamiliar 3-5 on the season. Last week though the Pats had a gut check moment and showed up. Down 10 points in the 4th quarter of their MNF  matchup against the hated Jets. The Patriots led by Cam Newton scored 2 TDS in their final 2 possessions and won 30-27 with an exhausting effort. This could flip the switch on an inconsistent season for the once dominant Patriots.

Patriots’ Betting Record: ATS 3-5-0 OVER/UNDER 3-5-0

Patriots’ Leaders on Offense

QB Cam Newton: 1,417 pass yards; 314 rush yards with 10 TD’s(2 pass;8 rush) and 7 INT’s

RB Damien Harris: 386 total yards with 1 TD

WR Damiere Byrd: 26 receptions; 337 receiving yards

WR Jakobi Meyers: 23 receptions; 294 receiving yards

Ravens vs. Patriots Recent History – Last Meeting:37-20 Ravens Win; All Time Record:10-4 Patriots lead

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