49ers vs. Ravens Point Spread: NFL Predictions, Week 13 Odds

David Bastl | Updated Dec 01, 2019

Lamar Jackson Ravens

MVP frontrunner Lamar Jackson has rushed for 876 yards this season and is only 164 yards away from breaking the season record of most rushing yards by a Quarterback.

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December 01, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
M&T Bank Stadium
Baltimore
14-2
Pointspread +6 -110
Moneyline +200
Over / Under o +45

43%

Betting Action

57%

Pointspread -6 -110
Moneyline -241
Over / Under u +45

43%

Betting Action

57%

This game will be headlined as the game of the year. Most NFL prognosticators have the Ravens and 49ers in the top two, if not in the three across the NFL.

On Sunday, we get a closer look at these two top teams, and possibly a Super Bowl preview.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

These two non-conference teams do not have a rich history of playing against each other. In fact, the last time they met was back in the 2015 season when the 49ers beat the Ravens 25-20 in San Francisco.

The Ravens are 5-0 against the spread in their last five games overall, and 4-0 ATS in their last four games on fieldturf. They are also 4-0 ATS in their last four games against teams with a winning record.

The 49ers are 3-7 ATS in their last 10 games following a ATS win.

Of note, the 49ers are a perfect 5-0 on the road this season.

San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers are in the middle of their toughest stretch of schedule this season. Last week they knocked off the Packers (37-8), this week they face the Ravens and next week the Saints. All of these opposition teams are heavy contenders for the Super Bowl.

The 49ers enter this game on a two-game winning streak and are 10-1 on the season. The team welcomed back Tight End George Kittle, who picked up where he left off before the injury. Kittle caught six passes for 129 yards and a touchdown on Sunday after returning to the field after missing the two previous games because of injury.

Speaking of health, this team could be getting healthy as early as this week. Joe Staley, Dee Ford, Matt Breida and Robbie Gould, who all missed last week’s game have been upgraded to game-time decisions for this matchup with the Ravens.

The 49ers hold the position of the number two best rushing team in the NFL, second behind the Ravens, but still average an incredible 64.9 yards less than the Ravens per game.

Baltimore Ravens

MVP frontrunner Lamar Jackson became the first player to have five passing touchdowns in his Monday Night Football debut (50th season) last week against the Rams in Los Angeles. He is tied for the NFL lead in touchdown passes with Russell Wilson at 24. He is also ninth in rushing yards with 876 and is only 164 yards away from breaking the season record of most rushing yards by a Quarterback, set by Michael Vick back in 2006 (1039 yards).

The Ravens offensive line has been so good all season long, last Monday was another example as they held Aaron Donald in check. The two-time defensive player of the year was held to one assisted tackle and no other statistics. That stat came in the fourth quarter with the result decided and Jackson on the sideline. The Ravens team rush attack is ranked number one in the NFL with 2316 yards for an average of 210.5 yards per game. They will take on their biggest challenge of the season when the face the front seven of the 49ers. The 49ers are currently the leagues number one defence.

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