Baltimore Ravens vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Pick & Prediction NOVEMBER 27th 2022

Stadium: EverBank Field Jacksonville
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Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens are set to face Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars. This game should be pretty entertaining, especially when watching the Ravens. Baltimore has a record of 7-3 and is at the top of the AFC North. Although they’re the favorites here, they can’t underestimate the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are third in the AFC South with a 3-7 record. It has been a tough season; prior to their win over the Las Vegas Raiders they lost five straight games. Last week, they suffered a 27-17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. This week, they face another tough opponent, but they’ll look to have a more positive outcome.

Ravens vs. Jaguars Betting Odds


MONEY LINE: Ravens (-205) vs. Jaguars (+172)

SPREAD: Ravens -4 (-108) vs. Jaguars +4 (-112)

GAME TOTAL: Over 43.5 (-114) vs. Under 43.5 (-106)

Ravens vs. Jaguars Preview, Trends and Stats

What the Baltimore Ravens are known for is their top-tier offense. Averaging 24.8 points per game, the Ravens rank ninth in the NFL. They’re able to score these points by running the football efficiently, averaging 162.8 yards per game.

What many don’t realize is the Ravens have one of the best defenses in the NFL. Allowing just 19.9 points per game, the Ravens rank 10th in the league. Considering they’re not facing a tough offense, the Ravens are in good shape to win this one.

One thing we find interesting is the Ravens are only favored by four points. They beat the Panthers 13-3 in their last game and beat the Saints 27-13 in the previous game. The reason why we think the spread is so small is that Lamar Jackson is questionable.

The Jacksonville Jaguars would be pretty lucky if Jackson doesn’t actually play on Sunday. Still, it’s important to remember that they haven’t done well this season. They lost 13-6 to the Houston Texans and 21-17 to the Denver Broncos.

Losing to the Texans is a clear sign of unpreparedness on behalf of the Jaguars. This is a talented team to be sure, but the talented roster hasn’t produced wins. They rank 19th in points per game at 21.6 and 14th in points allowed at 20.5.

Ravens vs. Jaguars Predictions

In their last three games against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Ravens have gone 2-1. They don’t have a large spread to cover either, which definitely helps. Look for the Ravens to get off to a fast start and then hold the lead with their defense.

Although the Jaguars have a lot of potential, they’re in for a tough game. They haven’t found a way to sustain drives and their offense doesn’t put up a lot of points. Due to this, we’ll take the Ravens over the Jaguars this weekend.

Final Score: 23-13 (Ravens)


1. The total has gone six in six of Baltimore's last seven games.

2. The Ravens are 4-1 against the spread in their last five games on the road.

3. The Jacksonville Jaguars are 1-6 against the spread in their last seven games.

Best Bet: Ravens -4 (-108) and Under 43.5 (-106)

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Baltimore Ravens vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Recap NOV 27TH 2022

Trevor Lawrence threw three touchdown passes and the Jacksonville Jaguars gambled on a successful two-point conversion with 14 seconds remaining to beat the visiting Baltimore Ravens 28-27 on Sunday.

Lawrence completed 29-of-37 passes for 321 yards for Jacksonville (4-7). With just over two minutes to play, Lawrense started the Jaguars on their eventual game-winning drive, covering 75 yards with 10 plays while eating just 1:48 off the clock.

The drive was capped off by Lawrence connecting with Marvin Jones Jr. for a 10-yard touchdown. On the two-point conversion, Lawrence found Zay Jones on a pass to the left side of the end zone. Jones finished the day with 11 receptions for 145 yards.

With just 14 seconds on the clock, Baltimore (7-4) put Justin Tucker in position for a 67-yard field-goal attempt, but his kick was short as the Ravens' four-game winning streak came to an end. Tucker made four other field goals on the day.

Lamar Jackson totaled 343 yards of total offense for Baltimore, carrying the ball 14 times for 89 yards and completing 16-of-32 passes for 254 yards. His lone touchdown was a 12-yard strike to Josh Oliver that gave the Ravens a 27-20 lead with 2:02 remaining. Baltimore converted a two-point conversion after the score.

The game featured seven lead changes. Baltimore built a 6-0 advantage in the first quarter on field goals from 27 and 29 yards by Tucker. Jacksonville went ahead 7-6 on a 29-yard touchdown from Lawrence to JaMycal Hasty, who entered the game for an injured Travis Etienne Jr. It was Hasty's first career TD catch.

The Ravens extended their lead to 19-10 in the fourth quarter on a 1-yard run from Edwards. That score capped off a seven-play 25-yard drive for Baltimore, which was set up by Tyus Bowser's strip sack on Lawrence. It was the 13th straight game Baltimore has forced a turnover, the longest active streak in the NFL.

Jacksonville responded with a 14-play, 75-yard drive that ended with Lawrence's 1-yard TD pass to Jamal Agnew for a one-yard score, and then got a 29-yard field goal from Riley Patterson to take a 20-19 lead with 4:19 remaining.

The game's opening kickoff was delayed 25 minutes for severe weather concerns.

Jacksonville linebacker Foyesade Oluokun set a franchise record for the most tackles by a Jaguars player in the first half with 13.

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