Browns vs Ravens Free NFL Picks
The Las Vegas oddsmakers have the Ravens favored by 12 points over the Browns and a under/over bet of 44.
This NFL season has been up and down for some teams and utterly disappointed for others, including the 0-3 Cleveland Browns. They have a chance to make up for that and capture their first win of the season against the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens just came off of a one point victory versus the favored Patriots and are coming into this Sunday with some momentum. Cleveland looks to slow that momentum to a screeching halt in order to turn their season around.
Joe Flacco, QB for the Ravens is nearing 1,000 yards passing and RB Ray Rice is there on support with 3 TDs on the ground. The Ravens suffered a heartbreaking loss to Michael Vick and company in the second week of the NFL football season and are looking to revenge that loss with victories from here on out. Their high flying passing attack and physical defense led by strong safety Ed Reed is enough to give them a fighting chance against any team this season.
The Browns desperately need a win and are going to do everything they can to make sure that win is possible on Sunday. 3rd overall pick, Trent Richardson, has had a rough start but is fully capable of big things each and every time he touches the ball. Look for the struggling Browns to get him the ball early and often, using his skills to assure a chance at winning this one. The Browns have had trouble on both sides of the ball with an ineffective passing game and almost non-existent defense for the first 3 games, landing them at the bottom of the AFC North.
This game is going to be fueled by emotion, with the Ravens on a high horse that is going to be tough to knock them off of, and the Browns pulling out all the stops to try and claim a win to boost their morale for the rest of the season. The AFC North could be mixed up a little according to how the Browns vs. Ravens game turns out.
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