Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles NFL Week 6 Odds

Baltimore Ravens NFL Week 6 Odds

Baltimore Ravens NFL Betting

With reigning MVP Lamar Jackson missing most of practice ahead of Baltimore’s Week 5 contest with Cincinnati, the Ravens needed a strong defensive game against No. 1 overall draft pick Joe Burrow. And they got it, showing that the Bengals aren’t quite ready to contend in a vicious 27-3 takedown. Baltimore covered the 12.5-point line snapping a two-game ATS losing streak while improving to 4-1 SU and 3-2 ATS. The Ravens go out of conference for a rare Week 6 battle with the Philadelphia Eagles. The teams haven’t played since 2016 and this is just the sixth meeting since the Ravens relocated.

2020 Baltimore Ravens at a Glance

Super Bowl Odds: +600

Baltimore Ravens Week 6 Odds

Baltimore Ravens -8

Philadelphia Eagles+8

Total 46.5

Baltimore Ravens Week 6 Matchup

The Ravens didn’t let a loss to Kansas City a few weeks ago get them down. They bounced back winning their last two games by outscoring Washington and Cincinnati by a combined 58-20. They came within 32 seconds of blanking the division rival Bengals last week in what was a menacing display. The Eagles enjoyed a short stay at the top of the NFC East standings getting knocked from the top spot with a 38-29 loss at Pittsburgh. It’s sad to say but Philly is right behind Dallas despite their 1-3-1 SU and 1-4 ATS record.

One thing the Ravens can’t do is take this game lightly with a bye in Week 7. That has seemingly been the case in previous years. They are 1-3 SU and 1-2-1 ATS over the last four seasons in the week before their bye. However, with the AFC North as packed as it is at the top they can’t afford to overlook an opponent they are clearly better than. Oddsmakers have the same idea pegging the Ravens as a touchdown road favorite.

Jackson missed practice time last week with a knee injury and stomach ailment. Clearly something was bothering him because it wasn’t Cincinnati’s defense. Jackson threw for 180 yards with an interception while running just twice for three yards. It was far from the offensive show were used to seeing from the club. The Ravens totaled just 332 yards.

Instead it was the defense that made life miserable for Burrow. Getting torched by the Chiefs a few weeks ago and allowing Washington to score 17 points ticked the fellas off and they took out their frustrations on the Bengals. The Ravens nearly doubled their season sack total taking down Burrow seven times. They entered the game with nine sacks, which was an area John Harbaugh said needed to be better.

Protecting the quarterback hasn’t been a strong suit for the Eagles. Carson Wentz was sacked eight times by the team formerly known as the Redskins in the opener and was brought down five times last week by the Steelers. In all he’s been sacked 19 times, the second-most in the NFL. The pressure has also led to some ill-advised throws. Wentz threw two interceptions last week, his fourth game with two picks, and he leads the league with nine. Wentz hadn’t thrown more than seven interceptions in a season since his rookie year.

One thing the Ravens do is create turnovers. They had three takeaways against the Bengals and have at least one in 18 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NFL. They are plus-five in turnover differential this season.

Baltimore Ravens Week 5 Recap

This game was all about Baltimore’s defense. After a couple of sub-par outings, the Ravens turned up the heat on Burrow and thoroughly dominated the Bengals in their 27-3 victory. Baltimore covered the 12.5-point line while playing below the closing total for the fourth time in five games.

Baltimore needed to dial up the pressure with Jackson unable to do Jackson-type things. He carried the ball twice for just three yards, a career-low, and was 19 of 37 passing for 180 yards. The Ravens scored the first three times they had the ball getting a Justin Tucker field goal and two short Jackson scoring passes for a 17-0 halftime lead. Patrick Queen returned a fumble for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, Baltimore’s second defensive score of the season, for a 27-0 bulge.

All that was left was to see if the Ravens could complete the shutout. They were denied the goose egg when Randy Bullock hit a 38-yard field goal with 32 seconds left. The Ravens forced three turnovers, sacked Burrow seven times and held Cincy to 205 total yards and 19 percent on third down conversions.

Baltimore Ravens Schedule & Results

Week 1 vs Cleveland Browns W 38-6 1-0
Week 2 at Houston Texans W 33-16 2-0
Week 3 vs Kansas City Chiefs L 20-34 2-1
Week 4 at Washington Redskins W 31-17 3-1
Week 5 vs Cincinnati Bengals W 27-3 4-1
Week 6 at Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, October 18 1:00 PM (CBS)
Week 8 vs Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday, November 1 1:00 PM (CBS)
Week 9 at Indianapolis Colts Sunday, November 8 1:00 PM (CBS)
Week 10 at New England Patriots Sunday, November 15 8:20 PM (NBC)
Week 11 vs Tennessee Titans Sunday, November 22 1:00 PM (CBS)
Week 12 at Pittsburgh Steelers Thursday, November 26 8:20 PM (NBC)
Week 13 vs Dallas Cowboys Thursday, December 3 8:20 PM (FOX and NFL)
Week 14 at Cleveland Browns Monday, December 14 8:15 PM (ESPN)
Week 15 vs Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, December 20 1:00 PM (CBS)
Week 16 vs New York Giants Sunday, December 27 1:00 PM (FOX)
Week 17 at Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, January 3 1:00 PM (CBS)
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Ravens Past Seasons (2000)

2019 14-2 Lost Divisional Round
2018 10-6 Lost Wild Card
2017 9-7 None
2016 8-8 None
2015 5-11 None
2014 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2013 8-8 None
2012 10-6 Won Super Bowl
2011 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2010 12-4 Lost Divisional Round
2009 9-7 Lost Divisional Round
2008 11-5 Lost Conference Championship
2007 5-11 None
2006 13-3 Lost Divisional Round
2005 6-10 None
2004 9-7 None
2003 10-6 Lost Wild Card
2002 7-9 None
2001 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2000 12-4 Won Super Bowl

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