- The Cleveland Browns are 2.5-point favorites against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 14.
- The two teams played in Week 12 and Baltimore won 16-10.
- The total of 42.5 has -115 odds in favor of the UNDER in the pair’s second meeting.
CLEVELAND – The Baltimore Ravens will play the Cleveland Browns for the second time in three weeks for Week 14. Although the Ravens just won, the odds favor the Browns in the rematch.
Ravens Underdogs Despite Recent Win
NFL betting sites haven’t even gotten another chance to see the Browns play as they had a BYE week last week.
Ravens vs Browns Spread Odds
- Baltimore Ravens +2.5 -110
- Cleveland Browns -2.5 -110
The Browns haven’t shown much as of late, losing three of their last five games with one of the wins coming against the Detroit Lions 13-10. In Week 12, Baltimore was favored by 3.0 points, they went on to cover the spread, making this one of the more confusing lines of the week.
Naturally, bettors will be drawn to the Ravens on the moneyline.
Ravens vs Browns Moneyline Odds
- Baltimore Ravens +110
- Cleveland Browns -130
The Browns have been outscored 21.2-22.3 on average this year, making Baltimore on the moneyline even more appealing than it was already.
Betting The Total: 42.5 Points
The first meeting between the two was notably low-scoring with just 26 combined points between the two. While NFL sportsbooks have the total set much higher, the odds are shading in favor of the UNDER.
Browns vs Ravens Total Odds
- OVER 42.5 -105
- UNDER 42.5 -115
It’s been profitable to bet on the UNDER in late-season divisional games (224-141 since 2005), but considering their recent play, this game seems even more viable. The Ravens have had four straight games go UNDER the set total while four of the Browns’ last six games have done the same.
CBS will have coverage of the game on Sunday starting at 1 p.m. EST.
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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.