Ravens and Redskins On Opposite Sides Of Over/Under Win Totals

  • The Baltimore Ravens have the highest Over/Under regular season win total in the league set at 11.5 games.
  • The Washington Redskins have the lowest Over/Under regular season win total going into 2020 at 5.5 games.
  • The win total odds favor the Ravens to win less than 12 games and the Redskins to win less than 6 games.

BALTIMORE — The Baltimore Ravens and Washington Redskins are on opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to the Over/Under win totals for the 2020-21 season. The Ravens were a true force last season while the Redskins were competing with the Dolphins to see who could lose more games.

Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens Over/Under win total is set at 11.5 games with the Under being the favorite at -115 odds and the Over listed at -105. The Ravens were unexpectedly a powerhouse this past season on both sides of the ball and are looking to keep things rolling as they go into the 2020-21 season.

This offseason they have gotten even stronger on defense as they traded for Calais Campbell from the Jacksonville Jaguars. Their defense proved to be one of the best in the league last year and they are certainly going to keep that up going into next season.

As for the offense, Lamar Jackson will continue to evolve as one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL as he is only 23 years young. Also, Ravens fans will finally get to see the full effect of Marquise “Hollywood” Brown as he dealt with injuries all throughout his rookie campaign.

All in all, the Ravens will progress on both sides of the ball and that should not be taken lightly. Betting on the Ravens to beat the Over could be an underrated bet as they continue to be a powerhouse throughout all of the AFC.

Washington Redskins

The Washington Redskins currently have the lowest Over/Under win total on NFL betting sites at 5.5 with the Under at -120 odds and the Over listed at +100. There is no hiding or sugar coating anything here, the Redskins are on a steep nose dive right now as they are a complete dumpster fire.

From the top, they have some serious quarterback issues that they need to work on. They need to stop stringing along Dwayne Haskins and decide if he is going to be the starter or not. All signs are pointing to him not being the starter as they have recently traded for Kyle Allen from the Carolina Panthers.

They also have an overabundance of running backs on their roster. Derrius Guice is the clear starter here as he is the youngest and has a lot to prove.

They also have Adrian Peterson who is a great veteran presence for Guice. This offseason they also signed J.D. McKissic and Peyton Barber. These were questionable signings as they both don’t have the talent that the Redskins need right now.

They do have some bright spots on this team on both sides of the ball, however. Terry McLaurin proved that he is going to be a great number one option at receiver in years to come. They also have Trent Williams returning from injury who is one of the best left tackles in the league today.

On defense, Montez Sweat is living up to his potential and is giving the Redskins a much-needed piece on defense to build around. They also signed Kendall Fuller. This is one of the more underrated signings this offseason as Fuller is coming off of a Super Bowl Championship with the Kansas City Chiefs and could bring some great experience to this team.

Bettors should not let these positives fool them as they are still arguably one of the worst teams in the league. Unless the team is able to sign more players and get a great Draft class, betting on the Redskins to hit the Under might be more beneficial this year.

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