Ravens Game Monday: Ravens vs. Colts odds and prediction for Monday Night Football

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The Baltimore Ravens will be riding a three-game win streak as they return home to take on the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football in Week 5.

It will be the Ravens’ third primetime game in five weeks and the first of four consecutive home games the team will play. They won’t return to the road for over another month when they play the Miami Dolphins on November 11th.

As for the Colts, they’re fresh off their first win of the season following a 27-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins in Week 4. Carson Wentz had arguably his best game of the season while Jonathan Taylor rushed for over 100 yards.

However, they’ll face a tall task in Week 5 against a Ravens team that just handed the Denver Broncos their first defeat and held them to just seven points.

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Can the Ravens keep their winning streak alive or will the Colts pull off an upset victory on the road?

Ravens vs. Colts Odds Week 5

According to WynnBet, the Ravens are 6.5-point favorites at home against the Colts. The Ravens’ moneyline for the game is currently set at -320 while the Colts are the underdogs at +260.

The over/under is set at 46.5 points.

Ravens vs. Colts Prediction Week 5

The Ravens are riding a wave of momentum following their most complete performance of the season. While their first three games were nail-biters, their victory over the Broncos was about as convincing as it could have been.

The defense was dominant while the passing game had its second consecutive excellent day. Lamar Jackson is playing some of the best football of his career right now as he’s been forced to pick up the slack for a struggling running game.

All of that doesn’t bode well for the Colts’ chances in Week 5.

This is a Colts team that is better than their 1-3 record and they’ve dealt with their fair share of injuries. But the Ravens defense should be able to handle Wentz and the Colts offense.

If Baltimore can pressure Wentz early just as they did to Teddy Bridgewater, this one might not be close.

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I think the Colts hang around longer than most expect but ultimately fall short. Final score: 27-20.

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