Baltimore
Ravens
Stadium M&T Bank Stadium
7-2-0 Overall | 3-1 AFC NORTH 1st
TEAM STATSRUSHINGPASSINGPTS/G
Offense197.2234.633.3
Defense91.2265.121
    Schedule
    Preseason
    Week 2Thu  8/8
    vs
    Jaguars
    W29-0
    Week 3Thu  8/15
    vs
    Packers
    W26-13
    Week 4Thu  8/22
    @
    Eagles
    W26-15
    Week 5Thu  8/29
    @
    Redskins
    W20-7
    Regular season
    Week 1Sun  9/8
    @
    Dolphins
    W59-10
    Week 2Sun  9/15
    vs
    Cardinals
    W23-17
    Week 3Sun  9/22
    @
    Chiefs
    L28-33
    Week 4Sun  9/29
    vs
    Browns
    L25-40
    Week 5Sun  10/6
    @
    Steelers
    W / OT26-23
    Week 6Sun  10/13
    vs
    Bengals
    W23-17
    Team Outlook and Scouting Report

    SEASON FORECASTS AND FUTURES PICKS

    Dominant time of possession and the best secondary will hold teams to under 18 ppg. Losing 35 year olds (Weddle, Suggs) is never going to be that big a loss. If the Ravens average 23 ppg they should be +85 to +90 in differential for the season which translates to a 10+ win team. If strength of schedule was the same the Ravens would be ahead of the Steelers but SOS is not the same which is why they are behind the Steelers in key metrics including % chance to win the division, make the playoffs, win the Super Bowl, etc. Their championship odds are 40/1, 2.4% (#17 best). They win the Super Bowl in 2.8% of simulations which makes them a good betting value. They are also a good bet to win the AFC at 20/1, 4.8%. Their sim chance is 5.8%. The Ravens are averaging 8.9 wins per sim which makes them a decent bet to win over 8.5 games. At +170 the Ravens are a good value to make the playoffs with a 47.6% chance. Their odds of winning their division are 4/1, 20%. They win the division in 25.5% of simulations. Their average wins per simulation puts them at #6 in the AFC.

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    REGULAR SEASON RECAP AND UPCOMING GAMES

    Their 10-6 record last season was ahead of what was expected of them. Their game-by-game odds gave them a projected record of 9.3-6.7. They went 8-8 against the spread (-80 loss). More of their games came in under (9) than went over (7). They are heavy favorites in their upcoming game vs the Miami Dolphins. The table below shows their upcoming games, their simulation based win percentage and their recent head to head record (WL, ATS, OU).

    TEAM OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE STATS WITH LEAGUE RANKINGS

    They are an above average scoring team based on points per game, despite a lower offensive TD per play rate. They are an elite scoring defense, which make sense given their strong yards per play allowed rank.

    TEAM OFFENSE (League Rank):

    TEAM DEFENSE:

    TEAM FANTASY LEADERS

    The table below show the most valuable fantasy players on the team led by Mark Andrews who is projected to be the #10 TE. The Better Option column shows the player directly above him and the Better Than column shows the player directly below him in the projected position rankings.

    Roster
    NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateEXPCOLLEGE
    89 Andrews, Mark TE6-425609/06/19952Oklahoma
    34 Averett, Anthony CB5-1118411/30/19942Alabama
    49 Board, Chris LB6-223707/23/19952North Dakota State
    54 Bowser, Tyus LB6-324205/23/19953Houston
    80 Boykin, Miles WR6-422010/12/19960Notre Dame
    86 Boyle, Nick TE6-427002/17/19935Delaware
    77 Bozeman, Bradley G6-331711/24/19942Alabama
    15 Brown, Marquise WR5-917006/04/19970Oklahoma
    78 Brown, Orlando T6-835505/02/19962Oklahoma
    57 Bynes, Josh MLB6-123508/24/19899Auburn
    39 Carr, Brandon CB6-021005/19/198612Grand Valley State
    36 Clark, Chuck DB6-020504/19/19953Virginia Tech
    46 Cox, Morgan LS6-423504/26/198610Tennessee
    35 Edwards, Gus RB6-123804/13/19952Rutgers
    45 Ferguson, Jaylon LB6-527012/14/19950Louisiana Tech
    58 Fort, L.J. LB6-023201/03/19905Northern Iowa
    3 Griffin III, Robert QB6-221302/12/19907Baylor
    43 Hill, Justice RB5-1020011/14/19970Oklahoma State
    44 Humphrey, Marlon CB6-019707/08/19963Alabama
    81 Hurst, Hayden TE6-426008/24/19932South Carolina
    74 Hurst, James T6-531012/17/19916North Carolina
    21 Ingram, Mark RB5-921012/21/19899Alabama
    33 Jackson, Bennett DB6-019209/16/19912Notre Dame
    8 Jackson, Lamar QB6-221201/07/19972Louisville
    27 Jones, Cyrus CB5-1020011/29/19934Alabama
    99 Judon, Matt OLB6-326108/15/19924Grand Valley State
    96 Kamalu, Ufomba DE6-629511/02/19923Miami (FL)
    4 Koch, Sam P6-122208/13/198214Nebraska
    41 Levine, Anthony DB5-1120703/27/19878Tennessee State
    94 Mack, Daylon DT6-134002/23/19970Texas A&M
    7 McSorley, Trace QB6-020208/23/19950Penn State
    65 Mekari, Patrick G6-430808/13/19970California
    10 Moore, Chris WR6-120006/16/19934Cincinnati
    48 Onwuasor, Patrick ILB6-022708/22/19924Portland State
    24 Peters, Marcus CB6-019501/09/19935Washington
    97 Pierce, Michael DT6-034511/06/19924Samford
    72 Powers, Ben G6-431010/29/19960Oklahoma
    42 Ricard, Patrick FB6-330305/27/19943Maine
    28 Richards, Jordan FS5-1121001/21/19935Stanford
    11 Roberts, Seth WR6-219502/22/19915West Alabama
    12 Scott, Jaleel WR6-521002/23/19952New Mexico State
    95 Sieler, Zach DE6-630109/07/19952Ferris State
    68 Skura, Matt C6-331302/17/19933Duke
    22 Smith, Jimmy CB6-221007/26/19889Colorado
    83 Snead, Willie WR5-1120010/17/19925Ball State
    79 Stanley, Ronnie T6-631503/18/19944Notre Dame
    --- Thomas, De'Anthony WR5-817601/05/19936Oregon
    29 Thomas, Earl FS5-1022005/07/198910Texas
    9 Tucker, Justin K6-118311/21/19898Texas
    51 Ward, Jihad DE6-528705/11/19944Illinois
    98 Williams, Brandon DE6-133602/21/19897Missouri Southern State
    93 Wormley, Chris NT6-530010/25/19933Michigan
    73 Yanda, Marshal G6-330509/15/198413Iowa