Ravens Game Sunday: Ravens vs. Browns odds and prediction for Week 14 NFL game

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The Baltimore Ravens will travel to FirstEnergy Stadium in Week 14 for a crucial divisional matchup with the Cleveland Browns. And after a disappointing loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers a week ago, the Ravens are desperate for a win in this one.

At 8-4, the Ravens still sit atop the AFC North with a one-game lead over the Cincinnati Bengals. As for the Browns, they’re trying to salvage their season and can ill-afford a loss here.

Cleveland enters the game with a 6-6 record with their last game coming against the Ravens two weeks ago. This time, they’ll be looking for some revenge.

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Can Lamar Jackson lead the Ravens to an important divisional win or will the Browns keep their season alive and play spoiler?

Ravens vs. Browns Odds Week 14

According to WynnBet, the Ravens are the 2.5-point underdogs on the road against the Browns. The Ravens’ moneyline for the game is currently set at +120 while the Browns are the favorites at -140.

The total over/under for the game is set at 42.5 points.

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Ravens vs. Browns Prediction Week 14

Neither of these teams enters this game with much in the way of momentum on their side. The Browns have lost two of their last three games with their only win coming in a nail-biter against the then-winless Detroit Lions.

They got blown out by the New England Patriots in Week 10 and lost to the Ravens two weeks later. The Ravens, however, are fortunate to still be 8-4.

Injuries have decimated the team with the latest injury to Marlon Humphrey perhaps serving as their most challenging ailment to date. Then there’s the offense that hasn’t scored 20 points in a game since Week 9.

Jackson is playing some of the worst football of his NFL career at the moment and his turnovers have cost his team. Can he clean things up against the Browns this week?

The Browns are the slight favorites in this game with home-field advantage, but I still think the safer play is to bet on the Ravens, even with all of their injury issues and offensive struggles.

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I have more faith in Jackson figuring things out than I do a half-hobbled Baker Mayfield lighting up the scoreboard. Either way, it’s fair to assume this will be a low-scoring affair.

Give me the Ravens by a final score of 20-13.