Ravens vs. Broncos NFL Week 13 Betting Lines

Baltimore Ravens NFL Week 13 Betting Lines

Baltimore Ravens NFL Betting

For the first time all season, the Baltimore Ravens lost to a team with a losing record last week. Baltimore had previously taken care of all the sub-.500 teams on its schedule, but Jacksonville was able to edge Baltimore at the buzzer last week in Bold City. That loss snapped a four-game winning streak for the Ravens, and they will look to get back on the right track at home versus the Denver Broncos this weekend.

On Sunday, December 4, 2022, the Baltimore Ravens will host the Denver Broncos. Baltimore has won three straight home games, and the Ravens will be heavily favored to make it four in a row. These teams will meet at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland at 1 p.m. ET on CBS.

NFL Week 13 Betting Odds

Denver Broncos +9

Baltimore Ravens -9

Total: 38

Money Line: Broncos +334, Ravens -425

Baltimore Ravens Week 13 Matchup

It’s been tough to watch the Denver Broncos on offense this season. Denver was supposed to have one of the best offenses in the league with Russell Wilson, but the Broncos instead rank dead last in scoring offense (14.3 PPG). They are last in the league in points per play and red zone scoring percentage, and they also rank dead last as a team in completion percentage.

Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler are questionable to play in this game, so Courtland Sutton will likely be the go-to player in the passing game. Tight end Greg Dulcich has seen a lot of targets in recent weeks, but it would really help if this ground game could get going. Melvin Gordon III was released last week due to his fumbling woes, and the team lost Javonte Williams to a season-ending injury, so Latavius Murray is now the No. 1 back in Denver.

Baltimore has an above average defense. The Ravens are allowing 20.6 PPG and 335.8 YPG. This secondary has been a problem most of the year, but the front seven is a top three run defense, allowing 3.9 YPC and 82.0 YPG on the ground. Roquan Smith has been awesome since joining the team from Chicago, and the defensive line has allowed the linebackers to make plays.

Lamar Jackson does everything for Baltimore. He isn’t the most accurate passer, completing 62.1% of his passes for 2,231 yards (6.9 YPA), but he has thrown for 17 touchdowns against seven interceptions. Jackson has run for nearly twice as much yardage as any of his teammates with 755 yards and three touchdowns, and he is averaging a whopping 6.8 YPC. Kenyan Drake and Gus Edwards are the top two running backs aside from Jackson, but they aren’t nearly as explosive, especially with left tackle Lonnie Stanley potentially out with injury.

Tight end Mark Andrews is the go-to guy in the passing game, and Devin Duvernay has seen more action with the injury to Rashod Bateman. Back-up tight end Isaiah Likely could see more targets as he continues to develop, especially as a counter to Andrews.

Denver has an elite defense which is a shame given the state of the offense. The Broncos are allowing 17.6 PPG and 306.4 PPG, ranking third in the league in both categories. Pat Surtain II is an elite defender, but the front seven is filled with a lot of unsung heroes like Josey Jewell and D.J. Jones.

Baltimore Ravens Week 12 Recap

We didn’t see Baltimore score a touchdown last week against Jacksonville until the fourth quarter. The Ravens had to settle for four Justin Tucker field goals before finding the end zone, and that played a big part in Baltimore’s loss. Tucker had a chance to win the game with a record 67-yard attempt as time expired, but it came up just short.

Lamar Jackson once again did it all for Baltimore in this game. Jackson completed 16 of 32 passes for 254 yards and a touchdown, and he led the team with 14 carries for 89 yards. Gus Edwards added 16 carries for 52 yards and a TD, while Josh Oliver had four catches for 76 yards and DeSean Jackson hauled in a 62-yard pass.

Kudos to Trevor Lawrence for having one of his best games yet as a pro passer. The No. 1 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft picked apart Baltimore’s defense, completing 29 of 37 passes for 321 yards and three touchdowns. Zay Jones was the top receiver with 11 receptions for 145 yards, while JaMycal Hasty caught five passes for 67 yards and a TD.

Lawrence needed to have a good game through the air because the Jaguars had 20 carries for 38 yards in the 28-27 win.

Baltimore Ravens Schedule & Results

WEEK MATCHUP RESULT RECORD
Week 1 at New York Jets W 24-9 1-0
Week 2 vs. Miami Dolphins L 38-42 1-1
Week 3 at New England Patriots W 37-26 2-1
Week 4 vs. Buffalo Bills L 20-23 2-2
Week 5 vs. Cincinnati Bengals W 19-17 3-2
Week 6 at New York Giants L 20-24 3-3
Week 7 vs. Cleveland Browns W 23-20 4-3
Week 8 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 27-22 5-3
Week 9 at New Orleans Saints W 27-13 6-3
Week 10 BYE
Week 11 vs. Carolina Panthers W 13-3 7-3
Week 12 at Jacksonville Jaguars L 27-28 7-4
Week 13 vs. Denver Broncos - -
Week 14 at Pittsburgh Steelers - -
Week 15 at Cleveland Browns - -
Week 16 vs. Atlanta Falcons - -
Week 17 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers - -
Week 18 at Cincinnati Bengals - -

Despite their stunning 2021 collapse, the Ravens are one of the most respected teams in the NFL. Based on their two decades of success as a perennial contender, the TV networks like to put them on feature games.

This year the Ravens get three prime-time dates. Baltimore will host the Cincinnati Bengals in a week five NBC Sunday Night Football matchup of AFC North Division rivals. Baltimore is at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a week eight Prime Video night game. And then week nine brings a trip to the New Orleans Saints on ESPN Monday Night Football.

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Baltimore Ravens Past Seasons (2000)

YEAR RECORD PLAYOFFS
2021 8-9 None
2020 11-5 Lost Divisional Round
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

The Baltimore Ravens were born in 1996 after the original Cleveland Browns decided to move because of proposals for a new stadium falling through. As part of the agreement for the move, then-owner Art Modell agreed to leave the Browns name behind in Cleveland for a future new franchise. Thus, Baltimore became the Ravens in honor of the legendary late local poet Edgar Allan Poe. Poe’s poem “The Raven” is one of the most famous in history.

During their time in Baltimore, the Ravens have been one of the most successful franchises in pro sports. Since 2000, Baltimore has missed the playoffs only nine times. Baltimore won the Super Bowl in the 2000 and 2012 seasons.

Owner Steve Bisciotti bought into the club as a partner with Modell in 2000 and took over as majority owner in 2004. Bisciotti has run a stable franchise that is a model for the rest of the league. John Harbaugh has been the head coach since 2008. Current general manager Eric DeCosta has been in the organization since 1996.

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