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By: Kyle Barber
Ravens are expected to roll the Indianapolis Colts
The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2, which defied DraftKings’ +3.5-point spread and their moneyline. Now, with the Ravens looking mighty in the AFC and the Colts cumbersome with rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson dealing with a concussion, the bar has swung in the Ravens’ favor.
Spread: Ravens -7.5
Moneyline: Ravens -340/Colts +270
Odds/lines subject to change. T&Cs apply. See draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.
Being at home against a rookie quarterback boded well in Week 1 as the Ravens soundly defeated the Texans in Week 1. If Richardson were to play Sunday, he too will have to go against a formidable squad that paralyzed a passing attack ripe for explosive plays against a depleted secondary.
Early indications would assume the Ravens are somehow a solid option to dominate by more than a touchdown, what with their offense further clicking after two weeks and the defense soundly pressuring Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow in Week 2. But Richardson has managed to break a Lamar Jackson record with his elusiveness and speed, rushing for multiple touchdowns in a game to become the new youngest quarterback with a multi-rushing TD game in NFL history. Thankfully, the Ravens know exactly what that’s like dealing with Jackson each day in practice, which may pose an advantage.
Originally posted on Baltimore Beatdown – All Posts