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Point spread, total, money line, injury report and more for Ravens-Bills in Week 14

Buffalo’s defense tries its hand at stopping Lamar Jackson. We break down notable odds, including the point spread, trends, and ATS history.

Buffalo Bills cornerback Tre’Davious White flanked by cornerback Kevin Johnson and strong safety Micah Hyde reacts after making an interception in the third quarter at New Era Field. Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

How many times do the Ravens have to prove to us that they’re prepared for a postseason run? Of its 10 wins this season, Baltimore has defeated six teams that currently hold a winning record (three of which also have 10 wins). It will get another opportunity to show the football world what it can do as it heads to Buffalo to face a 9-3 team led by Josh Allen (DFS salary $6,200). One more win could potentially clinch the NFC North for the Ravens, so Lamar Jackson ($7,400) won’t have any lack of motivation heading into Sunday.

So, the popular route is to focus on how awesome the Ravens have been and how likely they are to lock down the no. 1 seed in the AFC. But what if I told you the Bills control their own fate, too? Quietly lurking in New England’s shadow, Buffalo has been winning games and waiting for its shot to strike. Well, with a matchup against Baltimore and still one game left to play against New England, there’s no better time than now.

It’s clear that there’s a sense of belief in both locker rooms here. For the Ravens, it’s a belief that they have what it takes to win the Super Bowl. For the Bills, it’s a belief that they can finally top the AFC East. Unfortunately for Buffalo, it hasn’t faced an offense like Baltimore’s this season because, quite frankly, there is no offense like Baltimore’s this season. That’s not to say the Bills won’t put up a fight, though. I’ll take the over here.

All odds provided by DraftKings Sportsbook and all odds subject to change.

Ravens at Bills

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Bills +5.5
Total Points: 43.5
Money Line: Ravens -245; Bills +195

Records

Overall: Ravens 10-2; Bills 9-3
ATS: Ravens 6-5-1; Bills 8-3-1
O/U: Ravens 7-5; Bills 3-9

Injury Report

Ravens:

  • Questionable: WR Marquise Brown (ankle), CB Marlon Humphrey (thigh), LB Patrick Onwuasor (ankle), WR Seth Roberts (knee)

Bills:

  • Out: T Ty Nsekhe (ankle)

Betting Trends

  • The Ravens have won each of their last eight games.
  • The Ravens have covered the spread in each of their last four games against AFC East opponents.
  • Each of the Bills’ last seven games as underdogs have gone UNDER the total points line.

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