Ravens vs. Rams MNF Prediction
The red-hot Ravens are only laying three points in their Monday Night Football matchup versus the Rams. Are oddsmakers laying a trap for bettors or will Baltimore cover in L.A. at 8:15 p.m. ET?
275 Baltimore Ravens (-3) at 276 Los Angeles Rams (+3); O/U 46.5
8:15 p.m. ET, Monday, November 22, 2019
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA
According to our NFL Public Betting Chart page, the Ravens are drawing 68% of the betting tickets ahead of tonight’s game.
Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Spin
Mark Ingram rushed 13 times for 48 yards in the Ravens' Week 11 win over the Texans, adding three receptions for 37 additional yards and two touchdowns. Ingram's four targets matched his season high, which tells you all you need to know about his involvement in the passing game. The receiving scores were his first of the year. Ingram was left all alone on the first, a 25-yarder on a coverage bust. For the second, a 12-yarder, Ingram found the sideline and ducked under a tackle before extending for the plane. He's now up to 10 total scores through 10 games. Week 12 road opponent Los Angeles (Rams) has been tough on the ground.
Los Angeles Rams Fantasy Spin
Coach Sean McVay said Robert Woods (personal) is "looking good" but wouldn't fully commit to playing Woods for Week 12 against the Ravens. McVay said they are taking things "day by day", so he'll likely end up officially questionable for Monday Night Football. The fact that Woods has been practicing and is physically ready to go are good signs for his availability at the Coliseum, but it doesn't sound like we'll have full confirmation that he'll play when sit/start decisions are being made on Sunday morning. Josh Reynolds would be the No. 3 receiver behind Cooper Kupp and Brandin Cooks if Woods misses another game.
The Ravens have covered the spread in four straight game sand are 6-2 against the number in their last eight road games.
The Rams have covered the spread in 11 of their last 15 games overall but are just 2-6-1 ATS in their last nine appearances on Monday night.
NFL Week 12 Prediction
The Rams beat the Bears 17-7 last Sunday night but they had all sorts of issues offensively. Thankfully, they were facing Mitchell Trubisky, who couldn’t move the ball much in the final three quarters. This time around, the Rams will have to deal with Lamar Jackson, who has proven to be pain for nearly all defenses this season. The Ravens also continue to grow confident defensively, where they now have a formidable pass defense. If they can develop a consistent pass rush, they’re going to be a hard out in the playoffs. This does feel like a trap game, but I’ll lay the points with the better, hotter team that isn’t dealing with all sorts of issues along its offensive line.
NFL WEEK 12 PREDICTION: BALTIMORE RAVENS -3