The Cleveland Browns are at divisional rival Baltimore Ravens. Will Browns QB Baker Mayfield rebound from a disappointing season and can Ravens MVP Lamar Jackson follow up his dream season?
Odds: Shop around because odds range from Baltimore -7.5 to -8 and the juice is all over as well. That total is 48 at Bovada NFL odds.
Public betting percentages: Just 54 percent of wagers are on the Ravens, which 59 percent of cash on Browns. The abnormal percentage on the dog indicates a sharp bet on Cleveland.
Power ratings: Massey Power Ratings have Baltimore coming out on top 27-20.
Computer simulations ATS: Exploiting the top two simulation programs, we see the Browns win to the number 54.9 percent to 43 for Baltimore, with the remainders falling on the number of 8. Another high-profile and sought-after simulator has Baltimore cashing on 56 percent, a very significant percentage by said program’s standards. The Ravens are one of said software’s best bets.
Computer simulations OU: Each program has a strong lean towards the over, one at 57.3-42.6 percent at 48.5, though 57.3-38.8 at 48, with quite a few pushes. The other trusted simulator has 56 percent of computer generated final scores going over,
Against the spread trends: Cleveland is 9-19-1 to AFC North, 17-38-1 underdogs. Ravens are 9-2 overall, yet 2-8 home favorites. Road team is 15-5-1 lately, including the Browns 7-3 in the Charm City.
Over-under trends: Cleveland has gone under 8-2 underdogs.