Seahawks at Ravens Week 9 Betting odds and predictions for this game set for Sunday, November 5, 2023. Place a bet on this game with the latest odds at YouWager.lv.
Seahawks at Ravens Week 9 Betting Odds
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Seahawks at Ravens Week 9 Betting Predictions
Here are the Seahawks at Ravens Week 9 Betting Predictions.
Seahawks at Ravens Week 9 Betting Prediction: Seattle
Here is the Seahawks at Ravens Week 9 Betting prediction for Seattle.
This season, the Seattle Seahawks come into the game with a 5-2 record. The last time the Seahawks took the football field, they faced the Browns and won 24-20. The Seahawks’ top rusher, Kenneth Walker III, had eight carries for 66 yards (8.3 yards per attempt). Tyler Lockett gained 81 yards on 8 receptions, averaging 10.1 yards per reception.
Geno Smith completed 23/37 passing for 254 yards and two touchdowns. At the conclusion of the game, he had two picks and a QB rate of 78. The Seahawks allowed 155 yards against the rush on 40 attempts, or 3.9 yards for every carry that was given up.
Seattle gave up 16 pass completions on 32 tries for 230 yards and a 50.0% completion percentage. They ran 55 plays by the end of the game, totaling 362 yards. The Seattle Seahawks averaged 6.7 yards per carry with their 17 total running touchdowns (114 yards).
So far this season, the Seahawks have amassed 2,343 total yards. Seattle has offensively gained 81 first downs and been flagged for 51 fouls totaling 430 yards. Seattle has scored nine touchdowns via the air and seven touchdowns on the ground in terms of touchdown distribution.
Eight times now, they have turned the ball over (6 picks and 2 fumbles). With an average of 107.1 yards per game in the run game, their offensive stats rank 19th in the NFL. The Seattle Seahawks have an average scoring average of 24.0 points per game.
In terms of passing yardage, the Seahawks rank 14th in football with 1,640 yards given up. They have given up a completion rate of 65.0% and 234.3 yards per game through the air. They are ranked 16th in the league because they are conceding 331.1 yards per outing overall.
Over the course of the season, the opposition has averaged 3.6 yards per carry and 96.9 yards on the ground per game. Through seven games this season, they have given up 678 yards on the ground. With their opponents scoring 19.7 points per game against them, the Seahawks are ranked 11th in the league.
Seahawks Betting Insights
- This season, Seattle has a 4-2-1 record against the spread.
- This season, Seattle has exceeded the point total in 42.9% of its games (three of seven that had a predetermined total).
- This season, the Seahawks’ away games have averaged 46.5 total points, which is 2.5 more than the game’s over/under (44).
- In its two games this season as an underdog, Seattle has drawn.
- This season, the Seahawks have not started a game as a greater underdog on the moneyline than the +210 odds that they are expected to win.
Seattle’s Stats & Performance
|Pass yards||227.6 (1,593)||15|
|Rush yards||107.1 (750)||19|
|Points scored||24 (168)||18|
|Pass yards against||234.3 (1,640)||22|
|Rush yards against||96.9 (678)||8|
|Points allowed||19.7 (138)||11|
Seahawks at Ravens Week 9 Betting Prediction: Baltimore
Here is the Seahawks at Ravens Week 9 Betting prediction for Baltimore.
The Ravens have a 6-2 record on the year going into this matchup. In their most recent game, the Ravens defeated the Cardinals 31–24 to win the game. Lamar Jackson (1 TD) completed the game with 157 yards via 18/27 passing, good for a 94.2 quarterback rating. He averaged 5.8 yards per attempt and did not throw any picks. With four receptions for forty yards (average of ten yards per catch), Mark Andrews was the Ravens’ greatest wide receiver.
Gus Edwards ran the ball 19 times for 80 yards, giving Baltimore an average of 4.2 yards per carry at the end of the game. After 60 plays, the Ravens gained 268 yards throughout the game (4.5 yards per play). Baltimore ultimately gained 130 yards on 29 carries, averaging 4.5 yards per rush. 32 run attempts for 129 yards (4.0 yards per carry) were given up by Baltimore. The passing defense of the Ravens gave up 181 yards on 25 out of 37 passes, or a completion percentage of 67.6%.
With an average of 25.3 points per game, the Ravens are placed seventh in football when it comes to points scored. The Ravens are now 19th out of all NFL teams with 1,661 passing yards through the first three games of the season, and they average 207.6 yards per game.
They have run the ball 1,145 yards overall and average 143.1 yards per game on the ground. With an average of 350.8 yards per game, the Baltimore Ravens are currently placed 11th in the league among all teams.
When it comes to giving away free yards, the Baltimore offense ranks 15th in the NFL with 457 penalty yards on 49 infractions. They have allowed opponents to recover seven fumbles, handed up three interceptions, and amassed 78 first downs.
They rank third among all teams since they have given up 6 touchdowns via the air and 176.6 yards per game to the opposition. This season, Baltimore has given up 799 running yards (or 99.9 yards per game) and 3 touchdowns through the rush. They have forfeited 121 points in total.
Over the campaign, they have committed 11 turnovers (3 fumbles and 8 interceptions). The Ravens defense has played 532 plays on the field, good for 31st place in the NFL. The Ravens are leading the NFL in points allowed per game (15.1).
Ravens Betting Insights
- This season, Baltimore has won five of its eight games against the spread.
- This season, the Ravens have covered the spread in one of their three games where they have been favored by six points or more.
- This season, three times in eight games with a fixed point total, Baltimore’s games have finished above 37.5% of the time.
- When playing as 6-point favorites or greater this season, Baltimore has a 1-1 record against the spread at home.
- The Ravens’ recent performance appears to be trending against them to beat the total. This season, their home games have averaged 43.5 points per game.
- When Baltimore was the moneyline favorite (5-2), it won 71.4% of the games this season.
- The Ravens have a 2-1 record (winning 66.7% of their games) when they have been the moneyline favorite with odds of -258 or less.
Baltimore’s Stats & Performance
|Pass yards||207.6 (1,661)||19|
|Rush yards||143.1 (1,145)||3|
|Points scored||25.3 (202)||6|
|Pass yards against||176.6 (1,413)||3|
|Rush yards against||99.9 (799)||12|
|Points allowed||15.1 (121)||1|
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Seahawks at Ravens Week 9 Betting Odds and Predictions.