Cleveland looks to get out of the bottom to tighten the divisional race while Baltimore needs a win to get away at the top
The Cleveland browns and Baltimore Ravens They close the Sunday day of the Week 12 with a duel that will be key in the race for the AFC North.
Cleveland He’s currently in the divisional basement, but with a win he could get into midgame Baltimore, who also needs victory to keep his distance at the top.
These are the data you should know about the duel between Browns and Ravens:
They have met 44 times in the regular season (Ravens lead the series 33-11).
The Browns they are 0-3 this season when rushing for less than 150 yards. (6-2 when running for at least 150 yards).
Baker Mayfield is 2-4 in his career against the Ravens (with three consecutive defeats).
The Ravens they have won 21 of 26 home games in November.
Lamar Jackson is 7-2 in games immediately after a loss (lost the last game that started in Week 10).
The guide to betting on the visit of Cleveland to Baltimore (-3):
Baltimore He is 2-6 against the line (ATS) as a favorite this season and 1-6 ATS in starts by Lamar Jackson (all as a favorite by at least three points).
Baltimore has covered the last three matches.
Cleveland He is 1-7 ATS in divisional games and 5-14 ATS in conference games since the start of last season.
To close the Sunday day, Cleveland, which recovers some key players and pieces, visits some Baltimore Ravens who follow the Titans very closely for the best record in the American Conference since the Maryland team has a 7-3 record and by the time of their commitment they will already know the result of Tennessee in a complicated visit to New England.
Being a divisional duel, Baltimore and Cleveland They will play two duels in a period of three days and this will greatly mark the aspirations of each one in the North of the American since the Browns currently they appear in the basement of the same with a mark of 6-5, but in case of prevailing in these two commitments they will have the tiebreaker criterion in their favor.
The Ravens they already have a defeat at home so far this season and this time the “Football Power Index” of ESPN He lists them as wide favorites (61.6 percent) to win. – Luis Miguel Vasavilbaso