in

Bet $5 On The Ravens vs. Browns & Get $200 Back Instantly

Yes, the title is true; we legally cannot lie to you. Big Casinos are trying to swallow each other whole, and until that happens, we all get a little bit of money in our pockets.

Claim this offer using DraftKings:

  1. Sign up by clicking here
  2. Select “Sign Me Up”
  3. Register & Deposit $5+
  4. Finally, place a $5+ moneyline bet on the Ravens vs. Browns and get $200 back instantly!

The Ravens are now 2-0 in games in which Lamar Jackson hasn’t played or was injured after going 1-5 last year. Nobody knows who will be behind center for the Ravens on Saturday, but there’s a sense that it really doesn’t matter who is. The Ravens run the ball on 50.18% of their plays (fourth most in the NFL), and their defense continues to look like the one we expected all offseason. Last week, John Harbaugh fed JK Dobbins like an Italian Grandmother feeds a somewhat skinny kid. Dobbins had the second-most rushing yards of his career against Pittsburgh. This is especially impressive, considering the Steelers’ defense had allowed only one other running back to gain over 100 yards in a game this season (Nick Chubb ran for 113 yards in Week 3). That’s how good Baltimore is at running the football. Lamar Jackson hasn’t been ruled out to start the game, but both Tyler Huntley (concussed last week) and Anthony Brown (third-string quarterback) are mobile. This means that Harbaugh doesn’t have to change the playbook all that much, and the Ravens can continue to run over opposing defenses like they’re your Uncle driving home from Christmas. The Ravens’ defense needs to keep this momentum going because had it not been for a few blown fourth-quarter leads, Baltimore would be the AFC team SportsCenter wouldn’t shut up about. The Ravens, now 9-4, easily could be in the discussion for the AFC’s top seed in the playoffs if they hadn’t suffered a 28-27 loss to Jacksonville in Week 12. That’s the only Ravens defeat in the last seven games. Against a Browns defense that’s struggled to defend the run all season (a bottom ten team in the league against the rush), JK Dobbins and whoever gets behind center should be off to the races as soon as the damn coin is flipped.

Four teams this season — Baltimore Ravens, Los Angeles Rams, Minnesota Vikings, and San Francisco 49ers — have yet to allow a 100-yard rusher in a game. That’s bad news for a Cleveland team just getting used to Deshaun Watson running their offense and a team that also looked terrible last week when the Bengals limited Nick Chubb to just 34 yards. Watson has shown flashes of being the quarterback the NFL is working so hard to protect, but last week he converted just 4-of-15 third-down attempts. Don’t expect that to change anytime soon against a Baltimore defense that’s been much better against the pass since adding Roquan Smith. The Browns run the ball well, but it’s late in the season, and Nick Chubb’s legs aren’t as fresh as they were in week one. Cleveland has been horrible all year when they can’t establish the run. The Ravens are 5-2 ATS in their last seven road games, and the Browns are kind of like a dying animal that needs to be put out to pasture at this point. Vegas likes the Browns -2.5, but the Ravens will win this game handily. Want to get your Mom something nice for Christmas? Take the Baltimore Moneyline. Take the Ravens Moneyline and get your free $200 instantly from DraftKings!

What do you think?

To comment, fill out your name and email below.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading…

0