The Cleveland Browns are dreaming of winning the AFC North, which they have a chance of doing so, especially after the Pittsburgh Steelers lost last week. Up next for the Browns is a rematch with the Baltimore Ravens, who whipped Baker Mayfield and company back in Week 1. Check out our preview of this game below.
Betting Preview for the Baltimore Ravens vs Cleveland Browns Regular Season Week 14 Game on December 14, 2020
Where: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland
When: Monday, December 14, 2020, 8:15 PM ET
TV Broadcast: ESPN
Betting on the Baltimore Ravens (-2)
Regular Season Record: 7-5
The Ravens finally snapped their losing skid last week, as they defeated the Dallas Cowboys at home, 34-17. Apart from ending a three-game streak, a big takeaway for the Ravens from that game is that quarterback Lamar Jackson looked fine and showed no negative effects from his recent bout with COVID-19. Jackson passed for two touchdowns an interception on 12-of-17 completions, while also rushing for 94 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. With Jackson looking healthy, the Ravens are hoping he’ll deliver for them again on Sunday just as he did when they destroyed the Browns back in Week 1’s 38-6 win at home. In that game, Jackson threw three touchdowns and wasn’t intercepted on 20-of-25 completions. Jackson can have one of his main weapons back as well, with wide receiver Willie Snead set to return after missing two games. Snead had 64 receiving yards and a touchdown on four catches in Week 1.
The Ravens are 7-3 against the spread in their last 10 games against Cleveland.
Betting on the Cleveland Browns (+2)
Regular Season Record: 9-3
The Browns seem ready to exorcise the demons of their Week 1 loss to Baltimore. They are looking like a much better team than the one faced by the Ravens earlier this season, and that’s despite the fact that they are playing without Odell Beckham Jr. for the rest of the season. In their last game, the Browns trounced on the Tennessee Titans on the road, 41-35. Baker Mayfield went berserk with 334 passing yards and four touchdowns with zero interceptions on 25-of-33 completions. Rashard Higgins and Donovan Peoples-Jones had 95 and 92 receiving yards, respectively, and a touchdown apiece. Mayfield now has recorded six touchdowns in the last two Browns games, and he could be in for another great game against the Ravens’ defense that has allowed 264.3 passing yards in Baltimore’s last three games. The Ravens are also just 27th in the league in defensive interception percentage (1.53).
The under is 3-0 in the Browns’ last three games at home.
The Browns win, 32-27.
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