Ravens vs. Browns Point Spread: NFL Week 14 Odds, Prediction

Andrew Rogers | Updated Dec 08, 2021

John Harbaugh, Baltimore Ravens, 2021

The Ravens have played well in Cleveland as of late, going 10-2-1 against the spread in their last 13 games.

Baltimore
8-9
AT
December 12, 2021, 1:00 PM ET
FirstEnergy Stadium
Cleveland
8-9
Pointspread +3 -110
Moneyline +130
Over / Under o +44

65%

Betting Action

35%

Pointspread -3 -110
Moneyline -156
Over / Under u +44

65%

Betting Action

35%

The Baltimore Ravens have split their last four games as their offense has disappeared. They’ve scored 10, 16, 16 and 19 points in their last four games, including one which saw Lamar Jackson out of the lineup. They get to play the Cleveland Browns for the second time in three weeks on Sunday as they hope to sweep them for the year.

Cleveland hasn’t had any consistency this season as injuries have sapped their strength. However, they might be recharged coming off a bye week. Which of these teams will be able to snag a huge division game?

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

Baltimore has been stellar during December, winning nine of their last ten games against the spread in this month. They are also 4-1 ATS in their past five when coming into the matchup following a straight up loss. Unfortunately, the Ravens are 2-5 ATS in their last seven games out on the road.

Meanwhile, the Browns are 2-6 ATS in their last eight games played at their home stadium and a measly 1-4 ATS in their past five overall. Cleveland is also 1-6-1 ATS in their last eight when coming off of a bye week. The under has been consistent when these teams line up though, with it cashing out in seven of the last ten matchups.

Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens already have a ridiculously high number of players on the injured reserve list this year but the hits keep coming for this roster. The latest is superstar cornerback Marlon Humphrey, who was just ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering an injury in the team’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. This team was already thin at cornerback with Marcus Peters, who tore his ACL back in the preseason.

If Baltimore wants to win, they are going to have to get the job done offensively. Of course, everything starts and ends with Jackson, who is the most important piece to this team. He leads the squad in both passing and rushing yards. He needs to cut down on turnovers, though. He has eight interceptions in his last four games and that could sink the Ravens on the road if he keeps turning it over like that.

Cleveland Browns

Baker Mayfield’s health is a serious concern that bettors have to keep an eye on these days. It is apparent that the abundance of injuries that he is playing through is impacting his play on the field. The team refused to rest him but the bye week might have given him that much needed time off to get back on the right track. This offense hasn’t had much time together with Kareem Hunt, Nick Chubb and Jarvis Landry all missing big chunks of the season. The team will be without right tackle Jack Conklin for this one along with tight end Harrison Bryant.

The Browns need to test the Ravens injury-riddled secondary and find success. If they do, the lanes in the running game should be much more open. If they do those two things, they’ll control this contest and have the inside track to a win.

Who Will Win Ravens vs. Browns?

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