Browns vs. Ravens Point Spread: NFL Predictions, Week 4 Odds

Andrew Rogers | Updated Sep 24, 2019


As opponents go, the Cleveland Browns couldn’t have ended up with a worse one as they look to bounce back from another disappointing offensive effort Sunday at Baltimore.

September 29, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
M&T Bank Stadium
Pointspread +7 -110
Moneyline +272
Over / Under o +47


Betting Action


Pointspread -7 -110
Moneyline -330
Over / Under u +47


Betting Action


The Browns dropped a 20-13 decision to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 13 – their second 13-point effort of the young season – and now find themselves tangling with a Ravens team that not only leads the division, but has won 19 of the previous 22 meetings between the clubs.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens

  • Cleveland Browns -110 +7
  • Baltimore Ravens -110 -7

This one opened at Baltimore -5.5 but didn’t stay there long, as bettors shifted the number all the way to -7. It’s an interesting development when you consider that, for as well as the Ravens have been playing, they’ve failed to cover four straight home games and are a mind-boggling 1-7 ATS in their last eight at M&T Bank Stadium vs. teams with losing road marks. Cleveland, on the other hand, has covered four of its previous five regular-season road games.

The total for Sunday’s encounter is sitting at 46, and both teams have shown solid under trends heading into the latest edition of their divisional rivalry. Cleveland is 5-2-1 to the under in its past eight games, and 15-7 in its past 22 vs. teams above .500. Baltimore has gone below the number in six of its past eight following a straight-up loss, and the Browns and Ravens have gone under in six of their previous eight meetings in Baltimore.

Cleveland Browns

Led by dynamic second-year quarterback Baker Mayfield and off-season acquisition Odell Beckham Jr., the Browns were expected to have one of the top offences in the league. But plenty has gone wrong for Cleveland, which ranks 28th in third-down conversion rate (28.2 percent), 26th in first downs per game (17.7) and tied for 25th in sacks against (11). The Browns have also averaged just 12.6 points in their last five games against the Ravens.

Baltimore Ravens

The Browns could learn a thing or two from Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, who has earned early consideration for the NFL MVP award with a sensational start to the season. Baltimore is one of only five teams yet to throw an interception through the first three games, and Jackson has been sacked just six times. He has also debunked the notion that he’s a subpar passer, with Baltimore ranked fourth in the NFL in yards per completion (8.7).

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