NFL postseason sports betting moves to Divisional round matchups Saturday as the Baltimore Ravens travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills. The BetUS NFL injury report details who’s hurt coming into Saturday’s game.
|Game: Baltimore Ravens (12-5) vs Buffalo Bills (14-3)
Location: Bills Stadium
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
This game has seen two-way action at the sportsbook, as the Buffalo Bills opened -2½ before moving in the Ravens’ favor down to 2. It’s since bounced in the other direction back to 2½ with juice on the favorite continuing to rise, now at -120. The total notched up from 50 to 50½.
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As the Baltimore Ravens moved into a full practice on Wednesday, attention turned to OLB Matt Judon who missed a second consecutive day with an “illness.” It’s obviously not COVID related but coach John Harbaugh is staying quiet about whatever his odds of playing on Saturday are. Keep an eye on him going forward.
Otherwise, the Ravens’ injury profile didn’t change from the day before.
CB Marcus Peters missed his second day for a back injury, but is still listed with a questionable designation.
No change either for RT D.J. Fluker who was limited in practice and also carries a questionable tag.
Two others, DE Calais Campbell and RB Mark Ingram, didn’t practice on Wednesday, getting a veterans’ rest day.
Otherwise, the Ravens have one of the least cluttered of the remaining injury reports. Coach Harbaugh did reflect the other week on how healthy the team was.
The Bills’ Mafia is busy trying to will snow into existence, with the idea it would hinder Ravens’ quarterback Lamar Jackson despite not having any clear idea if Josh Allen will have any success playing in the stuff.
Otherwise, the Bills’ don’t have too much to preoccupy themselves to generate anxiety leading into the weekend.
Their biggest concern would be backup DE Darryl Johnson, whose knee has kept him out of practice for a second straight day. Though he’s still listed as questionable, that doesn’t bode well for his availability if he can’t manage at least limited participation on Thursday, the final day of practice.
The handful of other players who were limited in practice on Wednesday (and listed questionable) haven’t changed since the first practice. WRs Cole Beasley (knee) and Stefon Diggs (oblique), MLB Tremaine Edmunds (hamstring), DT Ed Oliver (ankle), and DT Justin Zimmer (groin) should all be expected to play, notwithstanding some kind of setback.
Some excitement popped up in this midweek report, as the Bills listed kicker Tyler Bass with a hand injury. That said, he was given no injury designation and was listed as having fully practiced on Wednesday. And, it’s his hand — he’s a kicker.
Finally, Devin Singletary is saying all the right things in front of his chance to take on the bulk of a playoff game’s running load since RB Zack Moss high-ankle sprain moved him to injured reserve last Monday.