Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens Stats and Trends

The Cleveland Browns head into Baltimore this evening to take on the Ravens in Sunday night football. The Browns are entering the game at 6-5 while the Ravens sit at 7-3 on the year.

This is a very important game for both of these teams as the Ravens are looking to push for a first-round bye, and the Browns are looking to continue to enter their name into the playoff picture. This is the first meeting between the two division foes this year, as they will play again in two weeks.

Browns at Ravens Stats

Looking at the Browns stats

The Browns have been led by Baker Mayfield so far this year with 2,166 passing yards. Mayfield has thrown ten touchdowns to six interceptions on the year.

His leading receiver is David Njoku, as he has 372 yards and two touchdowns. Nick Chubb leads the charge on the ground as he has run for 851 yards and six touchdowns.

The Browns score 22.2 points a game and give up 22.8 points a game. Their defense has been very solid at preventing yards on the defensive side of the ball, as they have allowed just 334.4 yards per game.

Looking at the Ravens stats

Lamar Jackson has led the team thus far this year both through the air and on the ground. Jackson has completed 199-of-309 passes for 2,447 yards and 14 touchdowns.

He has thrown eight interceptions on the season. Marquise Brown is the leading receiver and has caught 52 passes for 719 yards and six touchdowns.

Brown is questionable for this game, however. The Ravens have scored 24.7 points a game this year while giving up just 23.0 points per game. The Ravens defense allowed 385.3 yards per game.

Betting Trends for Browns at Ravens

  • The Cleveland Browns are 2-5 ATS in their last seven games
  • The Ravens are 8-3 ATS against the Browns in their last 11 games
  • The under has hit six times in the last nine games between these two teams
  • The Ravens are 8-2 ATS in their last ten games against the AFC North
  • The Ravens are 32-24-2 ATS over the past three years

Who to Bet Browns at Ravens

Top Sportsbook odds give the Ravens the edge in this one. They are three-point favorites in the game, and with the turmoil the Browns have been going through this year, I think that the Ravens should get it done relatively easily.

The Ravens are a very good football team, and I think the Browns are going to have some trouble stopping Jackson. Look for this to be a close game, but I think the Ravens breakaway at the end and score a few times late to give them the cover.

I would also look at taking the under in this one as the Browns and Ravens do not put up a ton of points this year.

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