Sportsbook Bets: Browns vs. Ravens

This Thursday night, the Cleveland Browns look for their first win of the season as they travel to Baltimore to take on the Ravens. Gametime is scheduled for 8:20 PM ET in M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD. All of the action will be televised on the NFL Network.

The Browns come into this game down 0-3 on the season after losing at home in Week 3 to the Buffalo Bills, 24-14. The Bills enjoyed a 344-240 edge over the Browns in offensive yards and forced 2 interceptions. The Browns suffered a 138-33 deficit in rushing yards, and were sacked 4 times. QB Josh Weeden had an average game, throwing 27-of-43, for 237 yards, and a touchdown, but he had little help on the offensive end. The Browns have only scored more than 17 points in 3 of their last 25 games. They are averaging 12.1 ppg in 13 of their last 14, and have suffered nine straight defeats. Check the Sportsbook Odds for Browns vs. Ravens Game.

The Ravens are coming off of a win at home over the New England Patriots in a close game, 31-30. Baltimore held a 503-396 edge in offensive yards, including a 121-77 edge in rushing yards. QB Joe Flacco had a good game, throwing 28-of-39, for 382 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 1 interception. WR Torrey Smith also did his part, running for 127 yards, on 6 catches, for 2 touchdowns. The Ravens come into this game off of a 1 point loss to the Eagles, and a 1 point win over the Pats. They have held 33 of their last 49 opponents under 18 points, and are on a 12-0 run SU at home.

The Browns, despite their losses and offensive woes, are still on a 7-2-1 run ATS, and are 5-1 ATS as the underdog by double-digits. This year, the Browns are 1-1 ATS, and 1-1 ATS as the underdog. The Ravens, on the other hand, are 0-4 ATS when favored by more than 7 points and playing a team in their division. The Ravens are 2-1 ATS overall, and 1-1 ATS as the home favorite.

These two teams have met 22 times since 2001, with the Ravens leading the series 15-7. In a December 2011 matchup, the Ravens were favored by 12 ½ at home, winning 20-14 but failing to cover. In another December 2011 meeting, Baltimore won 24-10 after being favored by 6 ½ points. They also met twice in 2010, with the teams again splitting the difference spreadwise, but with the Ravens winning both games SU.

For this Thursday night's game, the Ravens are a 13 point favorite from SBG Global Sportsbook. The over/under is set at 43 ½ points.

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