Ravens at Browns Week 4 Betting preview, including the most recent odds and predictions for this game.
Ravens at Browns Week 4 Betting Odds
These are the Ravens at Browns Week 4 Betting odds:
- Baltimore Ravens +2.5
- Cleveland Browns -2.5
- Total: 40 Over/Under
Ravens at Browns Week 4 Betting Predictions
Here are the Ravens at Browns Week 4 Betting predictions for both teams.
Ravens at Browns Week 4 Betting Prediction: Baltimore
First, we have the Ravens at Browns Week 4 Betting prediction on Baltimore.
The Baltimore Ravens are 2-1 for the season going into this game. The last time the Ravens played football, they played against the Colts and lost 22-19. Lamar Jackson completed 22 of 31 passes for 202 yards. He finished the game with no interceptions and a QB rating of 88.4. Zay Flowers caught 8 passes for 48 yards, which means he averaged 6.0 yards per catch. The Ravens’ best runner was Lamar Jackson, who ran 14 times for 101 yards (7.2 yards per carry).
At the end of the game, they had run 72 plays for 364 yards. The Baltimore Ravens ran the ball 37 times for a total of 186 yards. This means that they averaged 5.0 yards per run. When it came to stopping people from running, the Ravens gave up 139 yards on 35 attempts, which is 4.0 yards per run. Baltimore let the other team complete 27 of 44 passes for 188 yards, or 61.4% of the time.
So far this season, the Ravens have gained a total of 1,044 yards. As a team, Baltimore has 27 first downs and has been called 20 times for 167 yards in penalties. When it comes to scores, Baltimore has scored two touchdowns through the air and six touchdowns by running the ball. They have lost control of the ball four times (1 pick and 3 mistakes). As a team, they average 158.0 yards on the ground, which is good enough for fifth place in the NFL. The Baltimore Ravens average 23.7 PPG when it comes to getting points on the board.
The Ravens have given up 600 yards through the air, which puts them 11th in the NFL. They let the other team throw for 200 yards per game and 63.6% of the time, the other team completes the pass. They are giving up 292.3 yards per game this season, which puts them 10th in the NFL. This year, they are letting teams run the ball for an average of 3.8 yards per rush and 92.3 yards per game. They have given up 277 yards on the ground in 3 games this season. The Ravens give up 18.3 points per game, which ranks them eighth in the National Football League.
Ravens Betting Insights
- In three games this season, Baltimore has two wins against the spread
- Once this year, the Ravens were a 2.5-point or more loser and still beat the spread
- One of Baltimore’s three games this season (33%) went over the set point limit
- Baltimore has only been an outsider once this season, and it won
- The Ravens have only been +114 or more underdogs once this season, and they won that game
Baltimore’s Stats & Performance
|Pass yards||190 (570)||24|
|Rush yards||158 (474)||5|
|Points scored||23.7 (71)||14|
|Pass yards against||200 (600)||11|
|Rush yards against||92.3 (277)||8|
|Points allowed||18.3 (55)||8|
Ravens at Browns Week 4 Betting Prediction: Cleveland
Second, we have the Ravens at Browns Week 4 Betting prediction on Cleveland.
The Browns are 2-1 for the season going into this game. In their last game, which was against the Titans, the Browns beat them 27–3. Deshaun Watson finished the game with 289 yards and a 123.4 QB rating after completing 27 of 33 passes for 2 touchdowns. He didn’t give the ball to the defense, and his average number of yards per catch attempt was 8.8. Pierre Strong carried the ball six times for 27 yards, giving Cleveland 4.5 yards per run.
Amari Cooper was a big part of the Browns’ passing game. He caught 7 passes for 116 yards (16.6 yards per catch). Cleveland ran the ball for 2.5 yards per carry, which added up to 78 yards over the course of the game. The Browns had 341 yards at the end of the game and ran 67 plays (5.1 yards per play). The Browns’ pass defense let 52.0% of passes through, giving up 68 yards on 13 out of 25 passes. Cleveland let the other team run the ball 15 times for a total of 26 yards (1.7 yards per run).
The Cleveland Browns are 10th in football with an average of 366.3 yards per game. On the ground, they average 160.7 yards per game and have run for 482 yards so far this season. They have thrown two interceptions and lost five fumbles, which the other team has picked up.
They have 33 first downs. The Cleveland offense has been penalized 18 times for a total of 170 yards. This puts them 17th in the league in terms of how much it hurts your team. So far this season, the Browns have passed for a total of 617 yards and thrown for an average of 205.7 yards per game. This puts them in 21st place in the NFL. With 24.3 PPG, the Browns are 11th in the league for how much they score.
The Browns are first in football because they give up 10.7 points per game. They are placed first in football because they have only given up one passing touchdown and 111.7 yards per game. Cleveland has given up 156 yards on the ground (52.0 per game) and 0 scores on the ground so far this season. The Browns defense has been on the field for 152 plays, which makes them the second most active defense in football. This year, their defense has caused two turnovers: one fumble and one interception. Overall, they have lost a total of 32 points.
Browns Betting Insights
- In three games this season, Cleveland has won two against the spread
- In their only game where they were favorites by 2.5 points or more, the Browns beat the spread
- One out of every three Cleveland games this year (33.3% of the time) has gone over the amount
- So far this season, Cleveland has only been the moneyline favorite twice, and they split those games
- This season, the Browns have only been a moneyline favorite of -135 or less twice, and those games ended in a 1-1 tie
Cleveland’s Stats & Performance
|Pass yards||205.7 (617)||21|
|Rush yards||160.7 (482)||4|
|Points scored||24.3 (73)||12|
|Pass yards against||111.7 (335)||1|
|Rush yards against||52 (156)||2|
|Points allowed||10.7 (32)||1|
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