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2015 NFL Week 2 Ravens vs. Raiders Picks & Predictions

After holding Peyton Manning back last Sunday, the Ravens will attempt to do the same to a banged-up Derek Carr today when they visit the Raiders at 4:05PM ET.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Ravens are 6-point road favorites versus the Raiders while the over/under total is currently sitting at 42.5 points.

Baltimore struggled against a tough pass rush in Denver last week.

Oakland has two brand new starting safeties and a myriad of issues on defense.

The Ravens stayed on the West Coast instead of flying back home after they went to Denver last week. That should help along with an improved running game.

Meanwhile, expect Oakland running back Latavius Murray to have a big day because the Ravens will miss OLB Terrell Suggs, an underrated run defender.

NFL WEEK 2 FREE PICK: RAVENS/RAIDERS OVER 42.5

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