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Baltimore Ravens vs Denver Broncos Prediction

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  • Baltimore Ravens won four of their previous five games
  • Baltimore Ravens have failed to cover the spread in four of their last five games at home.
  • The total went under in all of the Baltimore Ravens’ last four games at the M&T Bank Stadium
  • Denver Broncos have lost their last three matches in a row.
  • Denver Broncos have failed to cover the spread in four of their last five games.
  • In nine of the Denver Broncos’ last ten games, the total went under

The Baltimore Ravens (7-4) play the Denver Broncos (3-8) at M&T Bank Stadium on 4th December at 18:00. In terms of straight wins, the Baltimore Ravens have had the more successful year. They have bagged seven wins out of a possible 11, four more than the Denver Broncos, who are fourth in the AFC West. It leaves them in first place in the AFC North going into this matchup. The Baltimore Ravens are the big favorites to snatch the win on the moneyline. Considering how strongly the oddsmakers rate their chances against the Denver Broncos, the home crowd will be anything but impressed if they somehow slip up at the M&T Bank Stadium.

Baltimore Ravens Form

While things took a turn for the worse in last week’s 28-27 defeat to the Jacksonville Jaguars, a run of four wins in five matches still speaks volumes about the kind of form the Baltimore Ravens are in right now. Their overall record from the past 10 games stands at 6-4.

From 11 games this season, the Baltimore Ravens have scored a solid 25.0 points on average. This gives them bragging rights as one of the league’s top-scoring offenses. The defense, on the other hand, has really stepped up against opposing offenses of late. In the past five outings, the hosts have only given up 17.2 points on average. This is better than how they’ve fared over the season, having allowed 20.6 points per game in comparison.

The Baltimore Ravens began the year backed as a threat for the AFC Championship. While it’s still early days, the hosts remain on course to reach this target. They hold the fourth seed in the AFC Conference and will seek to both maintain and improve their seeding as the regular season winds down.

Denver Broncos Form

A 23-10 defeat to the Carolina Panthers last week extended the losing streak of the Denver Broncos to three matches. Their record for the last 10 games now stands at 3-7.

The offense has struggled to click into gear across the last three matches, with the Denver Broncos putting just 14.3 points on board. However, with 17.6 points allowed per game, the Denver Broncos’ defense is up in the top half of the league’s defensive rankings, which may give them some pull for their latest trip.

Reaching the Super Bowl is the ultimate dream for the Denver Broncos. It’s a big ask though. Not only did the visitors exit in the first round of last season’s playoffs, but they’re only 3-8 this year, and unless things pick up soon, even a postseason berth will be out of their reach.

Baltimore Ravens vs Denver Broncos H2H

The Baltimore Ravens won 23-7 against the Denver Broncos in their most recent encounter, which they played out at the Empower Field at Mile High. Victory has gone Baltimore Ravens way six times in their past 11 meetings with the Denver Broncos. The hosts are favourites to add another win to this haul, with the bookmakers laying a home win at -370. This implies a 79% winning chance for the Baltimore Ravens, according to the bookies.

In their past 11 head-to-head games, the Baltimore Ravens pulled off 21.73 points on average per game, whereas Denver Broncos managed 20 points per match.


Heading into Week 13 of the regular season, the Baltimore Ravens occupy first in the AFC North standings. They are 7-4 this season and 3-2 at home, while the Denver Broncos sit fourth in the AFC West, having gone 1-5 on the road and 3-8 overall.



Sunday’s game is a perfect get-right spot for the Baltimore Ravens, who will be looking to send a message after their loss last game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Baltimore Ravens are favored at -370 moneyline odds while the Denver Broncos are +280 underdogs on the Moneyline in this matchup. Baltimore Ravens are as high as -8.0 on the point spread at -111 odds.

Against the Spread

The Baltimore Ravens (-108) are expected to win by more than a touchdown on Sunday. The oddsmakers currently have the hosts down as the 8.0-point favorites over the Denver Broncos in the Week 13 betting lines. A winning margin as high as 12.0 points has settled the last five matches between the Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos.

Home-field advantage hasn’t worked its magic for the Baltimore Ravens recently though, at least for spread betting. The hosts have failed to cover the spread in their last three games and counting at the M&T Bank Stadium. The hosts are also 2-4 ATS in the past seven games at home and 3-6 ATS overall from their previous ten games.

Backing the Denver Broncos, on the other hand, seems to be a no-go at the moment. The visitors are running high and dry in this betting line after failing to cover the spread in their last three matches. The visitors are 2-5 ATS from their seven most recent road trips, as well as 3-7 ATS in their last ten games overall.


The last 11 head-to-head games between and Baltimore Ravens and the Denver Broncos failed to pass the 45 point mark, averaging 41.73 points in total.

Going for the Under (-110) in Sunday’s matchup at the M&T Bank Stadium seems the way to go as the total has gone under in six of the past 11 matchups between the Baltimore Ravens and the Denver Broncos.

The total has averaged 46.9 points in the Baltimore Ravens’ ten most recent games, as well as 43.6 points in their last five at home. Games at the M&T Bank Stadium don’t always seem to produce the expected number of points, as the total has gone under in five of the past eight matchups home matches for the Baltimore Ravens.

Denver Broncos, on the other hand, saw nine of their previous ten road games go under. Interestedly, the total has also gone under in five of the Denver Broncos’ past eight matchups against teams from the AFC North.