Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns Best Bets for Week 7

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The Baltimore Ravens will return home to M&T Bank Stadium in Week 7 as they face off with the Cleveland Browns in a crucial divisional matchup.

Following yet another fourth-quarter letdown last week against the New York Giants, the Ravens will look to right the ship against a Browns team that has held its own with Jacoby Brissett at quarterback.

The AFC North is a jumbled mess at this point in the season which makes these divisional matchups all the more important. This has the feeling of a must-win game early in the year.

Let’s take a look at three of the best bets you can make for this Sunday’s game. All odds are courtesy of FanDuel.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

Best Ravens Bets Week 7

Lamar Jackson OVER 216.5 passing yards (-113)

The Browns’ defense has underachieved so far through six weeks and part of that has been their disappointing secondary. In particular, Denzel Ward hasn’t lived up to expectations to this point.

That should pose a golden opportunity for the Ravens’ passing game to pick up the slack. Lamar Jackson has thrown for at least 210 yards in four of his six games this season and he could be in line to top that mark again in Week 7.

The Browns allowed Bailey Zappe to throw for over 300 yards against them last week. Bet on the over for Jackson’s passing yards this Sunday.

Nick Chubb OVER 76.5 rushing yards (-128)

Part of the reason the Browns have found as much success as they have with Brissett at quarterback has been the presence of Nick Chubb and an electric ground game.

Chubb has a strong case to be the best running back in the NFL and has rushed for at least 110 yards in four of six games this season. He’s topped 85 in all but one which came last week against the Patriots.

Chubb’s underwhelming performance last week had a lot to do with the game flow as the Browns trailed for most of the game. If this is a competitive matchup, Chubb should have no problem topping 76.5 rushing yards, even against a good Ravens run defense.

Mark Andrews anytime touchdown scorer (-120)

Another week, another bet on Mark Andrews as an anytime touchdown scorer. Could you blame me? Andrews has hauled in five touchdowns in six games and he’s set to face a Browns defense that just helped Hunter Henry put together his best performance of the season.

Even with Rashod Bateman returning from injury, Andrews is the guy in this Ravens offense. Whether they’re at their own end of the field or in the red zone, Lamar Jackson will look for Andrews.

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The betting odds have him as the most likely touchdown scorer on Sunday. It’s hard to disagree with that notion.