- The Baltimore Ravens are favored by 6.0 points against the Minnesota Vikings.
- John Harbaugh is 9-5 ATS in his career as the Ravens head coach.
- The total for the game is set at 49.5 points with -115 odds on the OVER.
BALTIMORE - There are a handful of trends in the Baltimore Ravens and Minnesota Vikings game that points towards the Ravens covering the spread and the OVER hitting.
Betting The Spread: Baltimore -6.0
There are a few trends that signal the Baltimore Ravens to cover the spread against the Minnesota Vikings is a solid bet to make. NFL betting sites are labeling Baltimore as moderate favorites in the matchup.
Ravens vs Vikings Spread Odds
- Baltimore Ravens -6.0 -110
- Minnesota Vikings +6.0 -110
The Ravens have had a lot of success against NFC opponents recently, winning each of their last 11 games. Plus, Baltimore has done very well historically coming off of a BYE week with John Harbaugh as the head coach.
Harbaugh-led teams are 9-5 ATS in his career off of a BYE. That trend could very well continue on Sunday.
Betting The Total: O/U 49.5 Points
The Vikings are an extremely interesting team in terms of the total. At home, the average total of Minnesota’s game is just 35.0 points, however, when on the road, that total jumps up to 60 points per game. Plus, Baltimore’s home games are seeing an average of 56.25 points per game. Betting sites may have this set way too low.
Vikings vs Ravens Total Odds
- OVER 49.5 -115
- UNDER 49.5 -105
Each of the Vikings’ last five away games have hit the OVER while Baltimore is one of 10 teams to have the OVER hit more often than the UNDER this season. The Ravens are allowing the most passing yards per game this season (296.1) and second-most yards per play (6.3). This is all the makings of a high-scoring game.
Those interested in watching can tune in to FOX at 1 p.m. EST on Sunday.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.