Ravens vs. Rams Point Spread: NFL Predictions, Week 12 Odds

Payton Matthews | Updated Nov 18, 2019

Lamar Jackson, Ravens, 2019

No team is playing better than Baltimore right now and no quarterback has been better of late than the Ravens’ Lamar Jackson. Baltimore enters this game on a six-game winning streak.

November 25, 2019, 8:15 PM ET
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
L.A. Rams
Pointspread -4 -105
Moneyline -180
Over / Under o +47.5


Betting Action


Pointspread +4 -115
Moneyline +150
Over / Under u +47.5


Betting Action


Not impossible that the Monday night game to close Week 12 in the NFL is a Super Bowl preview as Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens visit the Los Angeles Rams.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

The Rams of course reached the Super Bowl last year but couldn’t get anything going in a 13-3 loss to the New England Patriots. Quarterback Jared Goff struggled mightily in that game and has carried it over to 2019 for the most part. Los Angeles isn’t likely to win the NFC again and may not even make the playoffs, but the talent is certainly there to go on a run.

Baltimore looks like the biggest threat to the Patriots in the AFC and in fact the Ravens would hold a potential head-to-head tiebreaker for home-field advantage in a playoff game thanks to a 37-20 dominant win over New England in Week 9 – the Pats’ first loss of the year.

Some seasons, the Ravens don’t play a single West Coast game. This is their second of 2019 and they upset the Seahawks in Seattle 30-16 in Week 7. This will be the first time ever that the Ravens will face the “Los Angeles” Rams. The franchises haven’t met since 2015 when the Rams were still in St. Louis. Baltimore won that game 16-13 at home as Justin Tucker made a 47-yard field goal as time expired. Joe Flacco was the team’s QB then but actually was lost in the game to a torn ACL. Jackson was at Louisville in 2015. Goff was at Cal.

The home team is 3-1-1 against the spread in the past five meetings.

Baltimore Ravens

No team is playing better than Baltimore right now and no quarterback has been better of late than the Ravens’ Jackson, who could win his first NFL MVP Award. The Ravens won their sixth in a row Sunday, spanking a very good Houston team 41-7. Jackson threw four touchdown passes and rushed for 86 yards on nine carries. Baltimore is destroying people on the ground and had 263 yards rushing against the Texans. The Ravens’ 2,038 rushing yards are the fifth-most through a team’s first 10 games of a season since 1970 and Jackson has at least 60 rushing yards in seven consecutive games, surpassing Michael Vick (six games in 2004) for the longest such streak by a quarterback in league history. Jackson is the first Ravens quarterback in team history to have two games with four or more passing touchdowns in a season. Jackson’s 788 rushing yards are the most by a quarterback through 10 games in the Super Bowl era. The Ravens are 10-4 ATS in their past 14 Monday games.

Los Angeles Rams

Second straight prime-time game for the Rams as last Sunday night they kept their playoff hopes alive with a 17-7 win over Chicago, although the offence struggled for a second straight game. L.A. had 283 yards, was 3-for-10 on third down and turned it over twice. Goff completed only 11 passes. On the bright side, Todd Gurley had 133 all-purpose yards on 28 touches, both season highs. Rams receiver Robert Woods was inactive for personal reasons. Fellow wideout Brandin Cooks was out again with a concussion. Right tackle Rob Havenstein sat with a knee injury. The Rams are 7-3 ATS in their past 10 after a win.

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