NFL betting has the Ravens as a three-point favorite with a total of 41.5. Bet on football has both teams coming off a bye last week. The bye gave the Ravens a chance to focus on the Broncos and get ready for the rest of the season. “Right now is not the time to make projections,” tight end Todd Heap said. “Right now is the time to focus on our next game. We can’t really look forward. We’ve got to make sure we live for right now and take it one game at a time. That’s going to be it for the rest of the season. We don’t have a lot of room for error right now.”
The Broncos are coming off a bye as well and that may not be good NFL betting news considering how well they were playing. Now they have to go face a very tough Baltimore team on the road. "We have played some tough, physical teams, I know that for sure. Baltimore is another one of them. Whether they are the toughest or the most physical, I don't know, but I do know that that is the way that they play.” Head coach Josh McDaniels said, “That is their style in all three phases. If you are not ready for that style of play, you can get embarrassed by a team like this on the road.”
Denver has been simply great this season for those that bet on football. The Broncos are 6-0 in NFL betting this season. They are also very good following their bye week. The Broncos are 6-1 ATS in their last 7 games following a bye week. They are also solid on the road. The Broncos are 6-2 ATS in their last 8 road games. Denver has lost five of the last seven against the bet on football number against Baltimore.
On the other side in bet on football trends, the Ravens are 9-2 ATS in their last 11 games as a favorite. They are also solid at home in NFL betting as they have covered 9 of their last 12 at home.
Trends for the bet on football total have five of the last six Denver games going under. Five the last six Baltimore home games when they were favored have gone under. Five of the last six meetings between the Broncos and Ravens have gone under the bet on football total.