Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills Betting Preview
The NFL season is in the final quarter of its life. We have just four weeks left of football, and all bye weeks are finished, and it is going to come down to the wire.
Date: Sunday, December 8th 2019
Location: New Era Field, Orchard Park, New York
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The AFC divisions are mostly on lock after this past weekend, but the wild card race is shaping up to be one of the best that we have ever had.
The Ravens and Patriots have a foothold at the top of the AFC, but there are a few teams that are close to them record-wise and will have a chance to challenge their top spots.
This Sunday, we will watch Lamar Jackson and the Ravens travel up to Buffalo to take on the surging Bills. The Bills won their Thanksgiving Day matchup and will look to make a statement against the leading MVP candidate.
The Super Bowl Favorites Are The Baltimore Ravens
Jackson has been the highlight of the 2019 NFL season. He has taken the league by storm and has staked his claim as being one of the most talented players we have ever seen.
We are watching a better version of prime Michael Vick, and Jackson has the Ravens balling. His team is built perfectly for everything they want to accomplish.
Mark Andrews looks like one of the most reliable targets in the league and possibly the best tight end. Jackson and Andrews hook up in the end zone is the most reliable scoring option in this entire season.
Jackson can kill your defense with his legs, but Mark Ingram is just as potent of a threat. Even when Ingram isn’t scoring or carrying the ball, he creates lanes for Jackson because he is so potent every time he touches it.
The Ravens have beaten the best of the best, and they will be looking to make a run at home-field advantage for the entire postseason.
Everyone is on the same page in Baltimore, and I like their chances to make a run at the Lombardi Trophy.
The Bills Showed America’s Team Who’s Boss
America’s team is your Buffalo Bills. The Bills absolutely dismantled the Cowboys on Thanksgiving day.
After their opening drive, the Cowboys were swallowed by the Bills for the rest of the game while Buffalo was able to do whatever it wanted.
The Bills offense is not as explosive as the Ravens, but they work a little bit in the same way. Josh Allen is a quarterback who can beat you with his legs or his arm, and Devin Singletary mirrors the role Mark Ingram plays.
John Brown looks like one of the most talented receivers in the league, and he was part of a double-reverse trick play where he threw a passing touchdown to Singletary.
The knock against the Bills is their strength of schedule. They have been fortunate to play Miami twice, the Jets, and other teams towards the bottom of the NFL.
A win in Dallas on Thanksgiving is as signature as it gets, and I feel like the Bills proved a lot of doubters wrong this past weekend.
The Ravens are the team to beat in the AFC, but Buffalo is peaking at the right time to lock in its position for the playoffs.
Even though the Bills are home in this matchup, the Ravens are able to draw the favorite in this game at -5.5.
I really like what’s happening in Buffalo, but proving itself against the best team in the league will be too tall of a task for Allen and his crew.
That is why I am taking the Baltimore Ravens in this game. Make sure to lock in your bets before Sunday’s kickoff!
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