The Cleveland Browns are finding it hard to convert their preseason hype to wins this season, as they only have one victory to show thus far, They will look to add another win when they pay the Baltimore Ravens a visit in an intriguing matchup between two AFC North teams. The Browns and the Ravens are +170 and -200 to win the division, respectively.
Betting Preview for the Cleveland Browns vs Baltimore Ravens NFL Regular Season Week 4 Game on September 29, 2019
Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
When: Sunday, September 29, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: ESPN
Betting on the Cleveland Browns (1-2)
The Browns were so close to making a huge statement last Sunday had they defeated the reigning NFC champions Los Angeles Rams.Instead, they lost to the Rams, 20-13, and are left still searching for their identity. The talent is there for the Browns, but the decision-making and execution definitely needs to improve. Against the Rams, Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield went just 18 of 26 for 135 passing yards and a touchdown with an interception. Perhaps, Mayfield needs to throw more at wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who only had 56 receiving yards on six carries and nine targets in the Rams game. He wasn’t targeted at all during the Browns’ last drive of the game against Los Angeles, which must be infuriating the emotional wideout — at least on the inside.
The Browns are 2-0 against the spread (ATS) in their last two meetings with Baltimore.
Betting on the Baltimore Ravens (2-1)
The Ravens finally met their match. After torching two of the worst teams in the NFL with back-to-back wins over the Miami Dolphins and the Arizona Cardinals in the first two weeks of the season, the Ravens ran into Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in a 33-28 road loss in Week 3. Penalties largely cost the Ravens’ a win. They had seven penalties to just four by Kansas City. That’s part of the growing pains of having Lamar Jackson as their starting quarterback, but he’s definitely learning a lot and will be better because of it in the future. Jackson went 22 for 43 for 267 passing yards and zero touchdowns. Instead, it was running back Mark Ingram who did most of the work offensively, rushing for 103 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries. The Ravens are the No. rushing team in the NFL with 216.7 rushing yards per game, so expect them to test Cleveland’s middling run defense next Sunday.
The under is 3-1 in the Ravens’ last four home games.
The Browns win, 26-23.
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