Baltimore Ravens vs Indianapolis Colts News & Picks
Baltimore Ravens vs Indianapolis Colts Odds
|Baltimore Ravens||-1 -110||48½ -110o||TBP|
|Indianapolis Colts||+1 -110||48½ -110u||TBP|
**Odds as of 11/06**
Against the Spread (Devlin Duckett)
The Ravens and Colts each have a record of 5-2, and both teams are in a tight divisional race. Only one team will emerge with a much-needed victory this coming Sunday. Baltimore is 6-2 ATS over its last eight road contests, while Indianapolis is 0-5 ATS in their last five games as home dog. However, reigning MVP Lamar Jackson has been underachieving recently for the Ravens, and the sledding won’t get much easier against the Colts’ fifth-ranked defense. Also, Baltimore’s second-ranked defense is set to collide with Indy’s tenth-ranked offense at a time when Colts’ QB Philip Rivers is slinging the rock righteously. Over his last two games, Rivers has thrown for 633 yards and six touchdowns, while tossing just one pick. The Colts won both games and are going to keep their streak alive. Colts 30, Ravens 28
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens are heartbroken after losing against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but they remain as one of the most productive teams in the league with 29 points per game. The Ravens scored 24 points against a defense that allows 20.3 points per game and now they’ll be facing a unit that allows even less with 19.4 points per game.
The total has gone under in five of Baltimore’s last five games when playing on the road against the Colts.
Philip Rivers and the Indianapolis Colts scored 41 points in Week 8. Their best game so far this season. RB Jonathan Taylor is suffering from an ankle injury, but Jordan Wilkins and Nyheim Hines proved that both can carry the load.
The Colts average 28.3 points per game and the total has gone under in seven of their last seven games against the Ravens.
Go under once again in a close one.
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