- The Baltimore Ravens are 7.5-point favorites to beat the Miami Dolphins in Week 10.
- Lamar Jackson has led the Ravens to 21 wins when they are favored by more than a touchdown.
MIAMI – The Baltimore Ravens are listed as 7.5-point favorites on the Miami Dolphins in Week 10 of Thursday Night Football.
Lamar Jackson has absolutely dominated opponents when the Ravens are favored by 7 points or more winning 21 games in that scenario.
Baltimore Ravens Vs. Miami Dolphins
- Moneyline: Ravens (-380) vs. Dolphins (+290)
- Spread: Ravens -7.5
- Total: 46.5 Points
Dating back to Lamar Jackson’s rookie season in 2018, the Ravens have only lost two games when favored by 7 points or more. The last time they lost a game in that situation was in 2020 against the New England Patriots.
Since then, they have won seven straight games with their last one coming against the Minnesota Vikings last week where NFL betting sites had the Ravens favored by exactly seven at closing.
Diving deeper into this trend, the Ravens have been favored by 7.5 points or more on the road seven times and have won all seven games. Their most recent win was in Week 3 against the Detroit Lions where they won 19-17.
Chaos In South Beach
It is safe to say that the Miami Dolphins are one of the league's bottom feeders. They have struggled tremendously at home this season going 1-3 overall and are 0-2 against the spread while missing the spread by an average of 16 points.
Recently, the Dolphins have been a 7.5+ point home underdog three times since 2019 and have gone 1-2 in those games.
Even with an expensive moneyline, it is worth slamming the Ravens odds for an easy cash out on Thursday Night.
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