The Atlanta Falcons look to keep contention in the NFC South as they face the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday afternoon. Atlanta are on a three-game losing streak, losing five of their last six games, but are still just one game behind division-leading Tampa Bay. Baltimore snapped his second straight win in last week’s loss in Cleveland and will star again on Saturday without his quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee).
Kickoff is set for 1:00 PM ET. Baltimore is the Caesars Sportsbook’s latest Ravens vs. Falcons odds, with him a 6.5-point favorite, and over/under total scoring he’s 35.5. Before we can make our Falcons vs. Ravens pick, we need to see his NFL predictions from proven computer models at SportsLine.
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Now the model has its sights set on Ravens vs. Falcon. You can visit SportsLine to see their recommendations. Here are the Ravens vs Falcons NFL betting lines:
- Ravens vs. Falcons Spread: Ravens -6.5
- Ravens vs. Falcons Over/Under: 35.5 points
- Ravens vs. Falcons moneyline: Baltimore -285, Atlanta +228
- Ravens vs. Falcons Picks: Here’s What We Pick
Why The Ravens Can Cover
Baltimore has gotten used to playing without Jackson.Without him on the field, they have won two of their last three games.Running back JK Dobbins has played two games since returning from injury. and tallied 245 total yards and 28 carries in those games. The Ravens have no problem using their rushing offense to control the pace of the game as he ranks near the bottom of the NFL in passing yards per game.
Atlanta also has no starting quarterback, with Marcus Mariota hitting IR last week with a knee problem. lost to New Orleans. The Falcons have covered the spread only twice in their last eight games, and he’s on a five-game losing streak in this matchup. They also covered the spread only once in his last 10 games against Baltimore.
Why the Falcons Can Cover
Baltimore’s offense couldn’t start without Jackson on the field last week, scoring just three points in a double-digit loss to Cleveland. Tyler Huntley only completed 17 of 30 passes for 138 yards and his only 1 interception. Atlanta has one of the best rushing offenses in the league, featuring the rookie running his back Tyler his All-Guyer.
He rushed for 139 yards and averaged 8.2 touchdown yards per carry against New Orleans last week. The Falcons are just one game away from Tampa Bay in the NFC South standings, so he’ll have plenty of appetite for this contest. Baltimore has covered the spread only once in his last five games, and is a team to avoid until Jackson goes all out.
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