November 18, 2021
Browns vs Ravens Odds, Spreads & Betting Lines – Sports Betting
The Baltimore Ravens enjoyed numerous wins against the Cleveland Browns from their first matchup in 1999 until their last season game in 2020. For bettors, this record places the Ravens as the favorites.
The next game’s winner is still anybody’s guess. To help you pick the team to bet on and guide you on how to bet, we give you important information from past matches and betting trends.
SportsBetting.com accepts bets on NFL games, like the Browns vs. Ravens matchups. The latest odds and betting lines on our user-friendly interface can help you decide which team to bet on next season.
Browns vs. Ravens Stats
2020 NFL Season Performance
The season opener was the Ravens vs. Browns match held at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on September 13, 2020.
In the first quarter, the Ravens quarterback, Lamar Jackson, scored a touchdown, followed by another touchdown from the Browns QB, Baker Mayfield. The match ended with the Ravens winning 38-6.
On Monday Night Football, 8:15 PM EDT of December 14, the Browns and Ravens played their second match at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland. For the second time, the Ravens won, this time 47-42.
Mayfield (CLE) scored two passing touchdowns and one interception, while Jackson (BAL) scored one touchdown.
Mayfield, Nick Chubb, and Kareem Hunt of the Browns also scored four rushing touchdowns. Meanwhile, Jackson, together with J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards, scored five rushing touchdowns in all for the Ravens.
2020 NFL Regular Season Matches
Cleveland Browns Matches
Week 1. Baltimore Ravens – 6-38 (L)
Week 2. Cincinnati Bengals – 35-30 (W)
Week 3. Washington Football Team – 34-20 (W)
Week 4. Dallas Cowboys – 49-38 (W)
Week 5. Indianapolis Colts – 32-23 (W)
Week 6. Pittsburgh Steelers – 7-38 (L)
Week 7. Cincinnati Bengals – 37-34 (W)
Week 8. Las Vegas Raiders – 6-16 (L)
Week 10. Houston Texans – 10-7 (W)
Week 11. Philadelphia Eagles – 22-17 (W)
Week 12. Jacksonville Jaguars – 27-25 (W)
Week 13. Tennessee Titans – 41-35 (W)
Week 14. Baltimore Ravens – 42-47 (L)
Week 15. New York Giants – 20-6 (W)
Week 16. New York Jets – 16-23 (L)
Week 17. Pittsburgh Steelers – 24-22 (W)
Baltimore Ravens Matches
Week 1. Cleveland Browns – 38-6 (W)
Week 2. Houston Texans – 33-16 (W)
Week 3. Kansas City Chiefs – 20-34 (L)
Week 4. Washington Football Team – 31-17 (W)
Week 5. Cincinnati Bengals – 27-3 (W)
Week 6. Philadelphia Eagles – 30-28 (W)
Week 8. Pittsburgh Steelers – 24-28 (L)
Week 9. Indianapolis Colts – 24-10 (W)
Week 10. New England Patriots – 17-23 (L)
Week 11. Tennessee Titans – 24-30 (L)
Week 12. Pittsburgh Steelers – 14-19 (L)
Week 13. Dallas Cowboys – 34-17 (W)
Week 14. Cleveland Browns – 47-42 (W)
Week 15. Jacksonville Jaguars – 40-14 (W)
Week 16. NY Giants – 27-13 (W)
Week 17. Cincinnati Bengals – 38-3 (W)
The Browns and the Ravens made it to the postseason playoffs. In the AFC wild card games, the Browns defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 48-37, while the Ravens won against the Tennessee Titans 20-13.
Both teams advanced to the AFC divisional playoffs, but the Browns lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 17-22. Likewise, the Ravens were defeated 3-17 by the Buffalo Bills.
These losses rendered both teams unable to compete for the Super Bowl championships.
Browns vs. Ravens Odds Betting Trends
The following are the betting lines of the two 2020 NFL matches between the Browns and the Ravens.
2020 NFL Week 1 Betting Odds
Moneyline: CLE +285, BAL -315
Point spread: CLE +7, BAL -7
With the Ravens winning the match 38-6 against the Browns, the Ravens managed to cover the spread by 25 points.
The total combined score of the match was 44, which was 3.5 points under the O/U score.
2020 NFL Week 14 Betting Odds
Moneyline: BAL -165, CLE +155
Point spread: BAL -3, CLE +3
During their Week 14 match, the Ravens won 47-42 against the Browns. The Ravens also covered the spread again, this time by two points.
With a total of 89 points, the combined score went over the O/U by 43.5 points, almost double the figure set by the oddsmaker.
Browns vs. Ravens All-Time Series
From 1999 until 2020, the Browns and the Ravens played against each other 44 times. The Ravens led the all-time series with 33 wins, while the Browns trailed with only 11 wins.
In the AFC North division, the Ravens ranked second with 11 wins, five losses, and a season total of 468 points. The Browns placed third, also with 11 wins and five losses, but with a total score of 408 points.
The Ravens won their last three games from December 2019 to December 2020 against the Browns. Before that, the Ravens also had a five-game winning streak from November 2015 to December 2017.
The following players displayed exceptional performance during the 2020 NFL Season under the Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski:
- Baker Mayfield
- Kareem Hunt
- Nick Chubb
- Denzel Ward
- Jarvis Landry
- Rashard Higgins
For the Ravens, the following are the notable players who played in the same season under head coach John Harbaugh:
- Lamar Jackson
- Calais Campbell
- J.K. Dobbins
- Jimmy Smith
- Gus Edwards
- Mark Andrews
How to Bet on the Browns vs. Ravens Matchups
Based on the past matches and betting trends, the Ravens appear to be the point favorites while the Browns are considered the underdogs.
Check the Ravens odds and the Browns odds and bet using any of the following methods:
Point spread – This represents the gap or spread between the scores of both teams. A minus sign indicates the favorite, and a plus sign indicates the underdog.
Suppose the Atlanta Falcons had a spread of -2.5 and the Chicago Bears with +2.5. If you bet on the Falcons and they won by more than 3 points, you would have won your bet. If you went for the Bears, they would have to win the match or not lose by more than 3 points.
Over/under – This represents the combined score of both teams. If the oddsmaker sets the O/U score at 47.5 and the Ravens-Browns total points is 44, you win if you bet under.
Moneyline – You bet on which team wins the match. Moneyline odds of -165 means you need to bet $165 to win $100, while +155 means you can win $155 for every $100 staked.
Parlays or teasers – You can combine two or more bets to increase your payout, but you have to win all the bets to win the parlay. If you lose one bet, you lose your stake and the accumulated earnings.
Live or in-play betting – You can place your bets on a live game, like those being broadcasted live on ESPN and other sports channels. Odds can change, and you can adjust your bet while the match goes on.
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