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Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens Pick & Prediction NOV 28TH 2021

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It’s a Sunday night match-up between two AFC North rivals. The Cleveland Browns head out to Baltimore to face off against the Ravens. The Browns are fresh off of a 13-10 victory over the Detroit Lions, but they definitely need a win here. The Ravens are still in charge of the AFC North, but a win here will help the Browns gain ground.

The Baltimore Ravens come in as -3.5 favorites in this game. This is the first time these two have faced each other this season, which should be entertaining. The Ravens will hope to have Lamar Jackson back in the lineup, but they’re missing other key players too. As the Ravens prepare to host the Browns, the most outstanding question is their defense.

Browns vs. Ravens Betting Odds


MONEY LINE: Browns (+165) vs. Ravens (-190)

SPREAD: Browns +3.5 (-107) vs. Ravens -3.5 (-113)

GAME TOTAL: Over 45.5 (-110) vs. Under 45.5 (-110)

Browns at Ravens Preview for NFL Week 12

The Browns got a much-needed win after their embarrassing loss to the New England Patriots. Unfortunately, it wasn’t the dominating win that we had hoped to see from Cleveland. As they prepare to face the Ravens, we’d like to see the Browns get back to running the football. They’ll need to establish dominance early, especially with how good the Ravens defense is.

After they establish the run, they can focus on passing the ball downfield. Although it hasn’t worked well in previous weeks, the Baltimore secondary isn’t very good. On average, the Ravens allow 281.10 passing yards per game. The Browns need to take advantage of this on Sunday if they want to win this one.

The good news for the Baltimore Ravens is that they’ll have Lamar Jackson back. Unfortunately, that doesn’t bring back all of the other players that are injured. Overcoming these injuries is going to be tough, but don’t underestimate the Ravens. They were able to secure a 16-13 victory over the Bears without Lamar Jackson.

To win this game, the Ravens will need to exploit the Browns’ defense. Depending on how well Jackson is feeling, he can extend plays with his legs. If not, they’ll have to find other ways of moving the ball downfield. The last thing they’ll want to do is become stagnant on Sunday which swings the odds in the Browns’ favor. Now let’s take a look at our prediction on Sunday.

Browns at Ravens Predictions

Browns 20 - Ravens 26

After taking a look at each of these teams, we really like the Ravens here. They’re playing at home, where they’ve gone 4-1 this season. They also have Lamar Jackson back in the lineup which will be a huge help. The Browns struggled to take down the Lions last week and they were at home.

The better news is that the Ravens don’t have a large spread to cover here. The Ravens are only -3.5-points here and although it’ll be close, we believe Baltimore can cover. The Ravens are 7-3 ATS in their last ten games against the Browns, so we’ll go with Baltimore on Sunday.


1. The Cleveland Browns are 3-8 ATS in their last 11 games against Baltimore.

2. Cleveland is 2-11 SU in their last 13 games when playing on the road against Baltimore.

3. The Baltimore Ravens are 7-2 SU in their last 9 games.

Best Bet: Baltimore Ravens -3.5

Cleveland Browns
Baltimore Ravens

Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens

Quarterback Lamar Jackson picked up where he left off last season, completing 20-of-25 passes for 275 yards and three touchdowns, and rushed for a team-high 45 yards, as the Baltimore Ravens dumped the visiting Cleveland Browns 38-6 on Sunday.

Tight end Mark Andrews caught two touchdown passes, Marquise Brown had five catches for 101 yards, and rookie running back J.K. Dobbins rushed for two scores for the Ravens (1-0), who picked up their 13th consecutive regular-season victory.

Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield threw for 189 yards with a touchdown and an interception, and running backs Kareem Hunt and Nick Chubb combined for 132 rushing yards for Cleveland (0-1), which failed to win its season opener for the 16th consecutive year.

It was a sour debut for new coach Kevin Stefanski, who saw his team post its most lopsided loss in an opener since a 43-0 defeat to Pittsburgh in 1999.

Jackson, the reigning NFL MVP, looked every bit the part. He completed 13 of 16 passes -- including 10 in a row -- for 208 yards and two scores in the first half as the Ravens raced out to a 24-6 lead by halftime.

The Ravens got rolling early. Cornerback Marlon Humphreys picked off Mayfield's fourth pass of the day, and Jackson capped Baltimore's first series of the year with a 5-yard touchdown to Andrews, who made a dazzling one-handed catch in the back of the end zone.

The Ravens made it 10-0 later in the first quarter after taking over inside the Browns' 30-yard line after a turnover on a Browns' fake punt. Justin Tucker converted a 41-yard field goal.

The Browns pulled to within 10-6 after Mayfield flipped a 1-yard touchdown pass to David Njoku, but kicker Austin Siebert promptly missed the PAT.

Jackson led the Ravens on a 99-yard touchdown drive in the second quarter -- just the third 99-yard march in franchise history. Dobbins finished it with his first career score -- a 3-yard run to the left corner pylon and a 17-6 lead with 2:53 left in the half.

Cleveland, now 1-20-1 in openers since 1999, had a chance for points late in the first half but Odell Beckham Jr. dropped a sure first-down ball on third-and-2, and then Siebert missed a 41-yard field goal attempt.

Jackson took advantage. He led an impeccable 69-yard touchdown drive in just 35 seconds, capping it with a 9-yard strike to Andrews for a 24-6 lead with just six seconds left in the half.

Jackson added a 19-yard touchdown to Willie Snead IV in the third quarter and Dobbins scored on a 2-yard run early in the fourth.

Humphreys (shoulder) left the game in the second quarter and Ravens' left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) left in the third quarter. Neither returned to play.

The Browns played without defensive starters in cornerback Greedy Williams (shoulder) and linebacker Mack Wilson (knee). Rookie starting left tackle Jedrick Wills Jr. (leg), rookie linebacker Jacob Phillips (knee) and Njoku (knee) all left the game in the third quarter.

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