Ravens Game Sunday: Ravens vs. Browns odds and prediction for Week 12 NFL game

Ravens, Tyler Huntley Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports
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The Baltimore Ravens will enter a crucial divisional matchup with the Cleveland Browns fresh off a hard-fought, ugly win over the Chicago Bears in Week 11.

This Ravens team just keeps finding ways to win, no matter how many injuries they’re forced to deal with. Even without Lamar Jackson, they still managed to pull off a last-minute win this past Sunday.

Speaking of ugly wins, the Browns squeaked out a victory over the winless Detroit Lions led by Tim Boyle in Week 11 in a game in which Baker Mayfield posted a QBR of 8.6.

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In a battle for AFC North supremacy, which team will emerge as the victors?

Ravens vs. Browns Odds Week 12

According to WynnBet, the Ravens are 4.5-point favorites at home against the Bears. The Ravens’ moneyline for the game is currently set at -200 while the Bears are the underdogs at +175.

The over/under is set at 47.0 points.

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Ravens vs. Browns Prediction Week 12

The Ravens on primetime against their division rivals? This has all the makings of yet another exciting, heart-racing chapter in what has been an eventful season for this organization and its fan base.

The Ravens have had a flair for the dramatic this season, and that’s been especially true on primetime. But amidst the potential excitement, both of these teams desperately need a win.

Baltimore still sits atop the AFC North with a 7-3 record after their win last week, but there’s still plenty of football left to be played. More importantly, there’s plenty of divisional football.

The Ravens have played just one divisional game through 11 weeks, that coming in their blowout loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. That leaves them with a schedule backloaded with divisional opponents.

This game is monumental for both teams and neither of them is playing at their best right now. The Browns were blown out by the New England Patriots and barely managed a win over Tim Boyle and the Lions.

Meanwhile, the Ravens were embarrassed by the Miami Dolphins on Thursday Night Football and needed a late-game drive from Tyler Huntley to beat the Bears.

Still, all things being equal, this feels like a game the Ravens should win.

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For as flawed as this Ravens team might be, the Browns are arguably even more flawed. And if it comes down to a battle between Lamar Jackson and Baker Mayfield, I’m taking the former all day.

I just can’t trust this Browns offense right now. Give me the Ravens by a final score of 27-18.