Browns Vs Ravens Odds & PickNoah Williams
With a .500 record, the Baltimore Ravens lead the AFC North division and now they face the winless Cleveland Browns. The NFL Week 10 betting odds favor the Ravens by 10-points. Kick-off is on NFL Network this Thursday, November 10th at 8:25 PM ET, from the M&T Bank Stadium, in Baltimore, Maryland.
Cleveland Browns Vs Baltimore Ravens Odds & Pick
What: Cleveland Browns (0-9) at Baltimore Ravens (4-4)
When: Thursday, November 10, 2016
Start Time: 8:25 PM ET
Where: Baltimore, MD
Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium
Spread: Ravens -10
Moneyline: Cleveland +450 vs Baltimore -600
Game Total: 45
Stream: Watch ESPN
Listen: Cleveland vs Baltimore
Why Bet The Cleveland Browns To Beat The Ravens
After nine weeks of competition, the Cleveland Browns are the only winless team in the NFL. Last week’s loss 35-10 to the Cowboys dropped the Browns to 0-9 SU and 2-7 ATS this season. They average 18.7 points per game (29th) and allow 30.3 points per game (31st).
"There were no positives to take out of yesterday," Browns head coach Hue Jackson said Monday on a conference call with the media. "Some things to learn from, but really no positives."
Cleveland averages 234.7 passing yards per game (23rd). HC Hue Jackson named Cody Kessler (1150 yards, 5 TDs & 1 INT) the starting quarterback for this tilt. He had x-rays on his leg after Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys, but is ready to go
WR Terrelle Pryor Sr. (46 rec, 579 yards, 4 TDs) has been a bright spot for the Browns this season.. He caught only five balls for 47 yards against Dallas but was found the end zone once. The Browns average 106.3 rushing yards per game (20th). RB Isaiah Crowell (112 car, 528 yards, 5 TDs) is the leading rusher on the team. Crowell struggled against the Cowboys last weekend, running for four yards on six carries.
The Browns have the worst total defense in the NFL. They allow 275.0 passing yards per game (23rd) and 146.4 rushing yards per game (31st). Cleveland has 14 sacks this season (26th). Christian Kirksey has 81 tackles, and Emmanuel Ogbah has 3.0 sacks.
Why Bet The Baltimore Ravens To Beat The Browns
The Ravens lead the NFC North with a 4-4 SU record and 3-5 ATS this season. Baltimore beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-14 last week, ending a four-game losing skid. They average 19.3 points per game (25th) and allow 19.1 points per game (9th).
Baltimore averages 243.4 passing yards per game (20th). QB Joe Flacco (2078 yards, 6 TDs & 7 INTs) completed 18 of 30 passes for 241 yards. He threw a touchdown and an interception. WR Mike Wallace (39 rec, 614 yards, 4 TDs) burned his old team last Sunday. He caught a 95-yard touchdown against the Steelers. He ended the game with four catches for 124 yards and one touchdown. The Ravens signed WR Michael Campanaro from the practice squad this week.
“I definitely could see him coming back,” Head Coach John Harbaugh said Sept. 6. “We have a lot invested in Michael; he has a lot invested here. … I have nothing but respect for Michael Campanaro – not just him as a person and a worker, but also as a talent. The guy has talent. Sure, it would be great to get him back.”
The Ravens average 81.8 rushing yards (28th) per game. RB Terrance West (111 car, 445 yards, 3 TDs) has been ineffective over the last couple of games. West has run for 31 yards over the last two games combined.
Baltimore has the 3rd-ranked total defense. The Ravens allow 223.0 passing yards per game (7th) and 76.1 rushing yards per game (2nd). They have recorded 18 sacks this season (15th). Zachary Orr has 73 tackles, and Timmy Jernigan has 4.0 sacks.
Betting Trends For This Matchup:
- Cleveland is 1-5 ATS in its last 6 games
- Cleveland is 0-5 SU in its last 5 games
- Cleveland is 3-7 ATS in its last 10 games on the road
- Cleveland is 0-5 SU in its last 5 games on the road
- Cleveland is 5-1 ATS in its last 6 games when playing on the road against Baltimore
- Cleveland is 1-7 SU in its last 8 games when playing on the road against Baltimore
Expert ATS Pick & Final Score Prediction
Baltimore struggles on the offensive side. They will win this game but won’t cover as 10-point favorite over anybody.
My final score prediction is Cleveland 21, Baltimore 24.