There's an argument to be made the Ravens are the best team in the NFL halfway through the 2023 season. Now, they take on the Cleveland Browns in a rematch after their 28-3 win against them back in Week 4.
Should we continue to bet on the Ravens on this run they're on? Absolutely.
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Browns vs. Ravens odds, spread, and total
Browns vs. Ravens betting trends
- The UNDER is 10-5 in the Browns' last 15 games
- Browns are 2-6 ATS in their last eight games vs. Ravens
- The OVER is 4-1 in the Browns' last five road games
- Browns are 2-13 straight up in their last 15 games played in Baltimore
- Ravens are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 games
- The UNDER is 10-1 in the Ravens' last 11 home games
- Ravens are 4-1 ATS in their last five games vs. AFC North opponents
Browns vs. Ravens injury reports
Cleveland Browns injury report
- David Bell - WR - Questionable
- Greg Newsome - CB - Questionable
- Alex Wright - DE - Questionable
- Jedrick Wills Jr. - OT - IR
- Cameron Mitchell - CB - IR
Baltimore Ravens injury report
- Kevon Seymour - CB - Questionable
- Morgan Moses - OT - Questionable
- Marcus Williams - S - Questionable
- Rock Ya-Sin - CB - Questionable
Browns vs. Ravens how to watch
- Date: Sunday, November 12
- Game Time: 1:00 pm EST
- Venue: M&T Bank Stadium
- How to Watch (TV): FOX
- Cleveland Browns Record: 5-3
- Baltimore Ravens Record: 7-2
Browns vs. Ravens key players to watch
Amari Cooper: The Browns are lacking true offensive weapons and Amari Cooper is one of the few they have. That means for them to find any level of success against this elite Ravens defense, they need him to have a big game. He leads the team in targets (63), receptions (35), and receiving yards (617).
Lamar Jackson: The Ravens quarterback has been padding his MVP resume of late and he's now well within reach of winning his second career MVP. He's ability to torch teams through the air has taken a big step forward this year while also being effective with his legs. This team will go as far as Lamar Jackson can take them.
Browns vs. Ravens prediction and pick
Sure, the Browns have a great defense, but so do the Ravens. Both defensive units wash each other out, so which offense has the advantage? The answer is the Ravens by a mile.
The Browns offense is one of the worst in the NFL, ranking 30th in yards per play (4.6) and 28th in EPA/Play. One week after shutting out the Cardinals, the Browns themselves may get shut out on Sunday.
These two teams have already played once this season and while I'm not a fan of pointing to the results of one game as proof of what would happen in a rematch, it's worth noting the Ravens outgained them 5.4 yards per play to 2.6 on way to a 28-3 in Cleveland.
I have no problem laying the six points with the Ravens.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
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