The Baltimore Ravens will look to make a return in the win column when they square off with the Chicago Bears, who are coming off a long rest. Check out our preview of this Ravens-Bears Week 11 game below.
Betting Preview for the Baltimore Ravens vs Chicago Bears Regular Season Week 11 Game on November 21, 2021
Where: Soldier Field, Chicago
When: Sunday, November 21, 2021, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: CBS
Betting on the Baltimore Ravens (-6)
Regular Season Record: 6-3
The Ravens got shocked in Week 10, as they fell prey to the Miami Dolphins in a 22-10 Thursday Night Football road loss. Although Miami’s defense came to play (and really had the potential to put together a sound defensive performance) scoring just 10 points was not something many expected for a Lamar Jackson-led offense. Jackson passed for 238 yards and a touchdown with an interception on 26/43 completions. Still, there were some positives for Baltimore’s offense in that game, including Rashod Bateman’s performance. The rookie led the Ravens with 80 receiving yards on six receptions. Bateman is another downfield weapon that could see his role expand further, and he can showcase his skills once again in Week 10 against Chicago. There’s also Mark Andrews, who could take off once again after scoring a touchdown to go with 63 receiving yards in Week 10. The Bears’ defense allowed Pittsburgh Steelers rookie tight end Pat Freiermuth to score two touchdowns in Chicago’s last game, so Andrews could be the next tight end to punish Da Bears.
The Ravens are 5-5 against the spread in their last 10 games on the road.
Betting on the Chicago Bears (+6)
Regular Season Record: 3-6
The Bears are well-rested heading into this game against Baltimore, as Chicago had a bye in Week 10. The break came at a good time for the Bears, who need to straighten out plenty of issues. They entered the bye following a heart-wrenching 29-27 road loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. That being said, it could be that the Bears are starting to see a performance upswing from rookie quarterback Justin Fields. The former Ohio State Buckeyes star passed for 291 yards and a touchdown against an interception on 17/29 completions against the Steelers. The Bears have also gotten back running back David Montgomery from injury, and he made his presence felt right away in his first game in a while when he rushed for 63 yards on 13 carries against the Steelers. Chicago’s defense, meanwhile, will look to contain Jackson, who got sacked four times by the Dolphins.
The Bears, who are second in the league in sack rate, are 5-5 against the spread in their last 10 games at home.
The Ravens win, 24-19.
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