Browns at Ravens odds, picks: Spot spread, totals, player props, trends, streaming for ‘Sunday Night Football’

The two Northern AFC teams face off in this week’s edition of “Sunday Night Football”, as Baker Mayfield and Cleveland Browns travel to Baltimore to receive Lamar Jackson and Ravens. The Browns are about to win 13-10 first Detroit Lion It feels more like a loss. With a score of 6-5, they are still in pretty good form going into the playoff race, but Mayfield’s lingering injury is cause for concern.

For 7-3 Raven, Tyler Huntley was able to find a way to lead this team to a 16-13 victory first Chicago Bears after their embarrassing loss first Miami Dolphins a few weeks ago. They are still leading the group in the Northern AFC, and are currently the 2nd seed in the AFC. The division and the conference in general are purely for grabs, so this is an important game.

The Ravens have won their previous three meetings against the Browns, with their last game coming in December in a Monday night thriller, when Baltimore exited Cleveland with a 47-42 victory. Below, we will analyze this match from a gambling perspective and look at formation, Over/Under and player props for consideration. First, here’s how you can watch Sunday’s game.

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How to watch

Day: Sunday, November 28 | Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Location: M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD)
NBC | Current: fuboTV (try free)
Monitor: CBS Sports App
The odds: Crow -3.5, O/U 47

Line movement

Latest rate:

Baltimore Ravens -3.5

The line reopened in Ravens -4.5 on Sunday night. It dropped half a point to Ravens -4 on Tuesday, and then half a point down to Ravens -3.5 the next morning.

Choice of: Ravens -3.5. This game is actually one of my top five picks of the week. You can click here For my fullness, but I’m worried about the Browns moving forward. Mayfield is clearly hurting, which makes this offense one-sided. The Browns really should have lost to the Lions last week, and it looks like things are going from bad to worse. After two lousy performances, we were fired by Mayfield at a loyal number of Cleveland after he was booed at home last week. Raven may not be the strongest team in the AFC, but I like them getting 3.5 points and more against the Browns.

Over / Under 47

Latest rate:

Under 47 years old

This total reopened at 46.5 on Sunday night, dropping half a point to 46 on Tuesday morning and then rising to 47 on Thursday.

Choice of: Under 47. The total in this match is something I won’t be able to touch. Some trends point to this match being Under – especially since their most recent meeting totaled 89 – but I think everyone can agree that these two teams are likely to be adjourned. The Browns have scored a total of 20 points in the last two games! Lean is Under.

Baker Mayfield props

Passing to the ground: 1.5 (Over +150, Below -180)
Passing the pitch: 207.5 (Above -115, Under -115)
Attempts to overcome: 27.5 (Over -115, Under -115)
Complete pass: 17.5 (Over -135, Below +105)
Completed longest pass: 34.5 (Over -115, Under -115)
Interceptor: 0.5 (Over +110, Below -140)

I would stay away from Mayfield’s completions and attempts. True, 17.5 completions seems a bit low, but he hasn’t surpassed this number since Halloween. To protect the Over, the Browns can throw a lot if Raven goes up early. However, for horizontal passes, I prefer Over. Another bet I really like is for Mayfield to throw an interceptor plus money. He has thrown three in the last two games.

Lamar Jackson props

Passing to the ground: 1.5 (Above -105, Under -125)
Passing the pitch: 234.5 (Over -115, Under -115)
Attempts to overcome: TURN OFF
Complete pass: 19.5 (Above -125, Under -105)
Completed longest pass: 36.5 (Over -110, Under -120)
Interceptor: 0.5 (Over +100, Below -130)
Lamar Jackson rushed to the beach: 65.5 (Over -115, Under -115)
Lamar Jackson rushed to: 10.5 (Over -120, Under -110)

I usually like to switch props touch down, but I wouldn’t bet my best with Jackson. As for the number of yards passed, the incline is Over, as he has passed this number in each of his last three outings. Over on Jackson’s completed passes are also fascinating, as he has completed at least 26 passes in the past two games. Jackson’s plunge props are always fun, but I don’t see any value on either side for measure or effort. He can explode in 21 executions just like he did with Minnesota Vikings, or dash to nine times in 50 yards.

Player’s props

Austin Hooper reception: Over 2.5 (+110). Hooper has caught at least four passes in three of his four games played. I think there’s good value here.

Jarvis Landry Receiving yards: Above 44.5 (-120). I’ll put a pilot on the Over when I get to Landry’s loading dock. He hasn’t scored even 30 yards in a game since Halloween, but Mayfield managed to get the ball for him. He has been targeted 13 times in the past two games. Browns at Ravens odds, picks: Spot spread, totals, player props, trends, streaming for ‘Sunday Night Football’


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