AFC Division leaders collide in a potential playoff preview as the Denver Broncos (10-3) take on the Baltimore Ravens (9-4) Sunday at 1:00ET. NFL odds are listed at Bovada sportsbook.
The Broncos are 10-3 SU and 7-6 ATS this season and have surpassed everyone’s expectation. They are currently riding an 8 game win streak, but have only covered in one of their past four games. The Broncos offense has been firing on all cylinders this season, and is averaging close to 400 yards per game.
The Ravens have lost two games in a row, both in which they had late leads. So who do you fire when you give up leads? Your offensive coordinator…As strange as that sounds, those that watch Ravens games closely will point to their misuse, or lack of use, of Pro Bowl RB Ray Rice and the apparent lack of progress with Joe Flacco for the rationale behind Cam Cameron’s departure. In spite of the recent speed bump, the Ravens are 9-4 SU and 5-7-1 ATS for the season.
The Broncos are a 3 point road favorite. The change at the top should mean a drastically different game plan and revitalized focus for the Ravens. Take the Ravens +3 as a home dog, it won’t happen often at the sportsbooks.