It has been a horrific season for the Broncos. After giving up a ton for Russell Wilson, their offense has been one of the worst in the NFL and Wilson’s struggles have played a huge role in that. They were expected to have one of the NFL’s best defenses heading into the season, but that hasn’t been the case. Bad offense always hurts defenses, and that has happened this season. It even led to them trading away LB Bradley Chubb.
The Ravens have had an up and down season. Some weeks they look like a Super Bowl favorite, while other weeks they look like the worst team in their division. They need to turn things around soon as the Cincinnati Bengals are right on their back for the first place spot in the AFC North. Lamar Jackson and the offense has had red zone struggles that will need to be figured out before the playoffs. Their defense has also blown multiple leads this season which is a glaring issue.
The Ravens are set as 8.5-point favorite to get the win at home, priced at -380 on the moneyline at DraftKings Sportsbook. The Broncos sit at +310 on the moneyline, while the total is set at 38.
Broncos vs. Ravens
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