Bears-Ravens Betting Odds: Preview, NFL picks, more


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Quinn Harris - USA Today Sports
Quinn Harris - USA Today Sports

Baltimore Ravens at Chicago Bears (+6, -114) O 44.5

The 3-6 Bears are back home to play the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens come in at 6-3 overall after dropping their last game in Miami, while the Bears have lost four straight for the third straight season. Let's see where there is some money to be made.

The Bears are a 6 point underdog at home with an O/U 44.5 for the second straight week. The bears have started to look competent on offense, while their defense has started to look like a bottom-of-the-league unit. Life as a Bears fan sure is great. That combined with Baltimore's offense is a great recipe for an over, which I will confidently take at 44.5.

Even though the Ravens have a 6-3 record, they have had some bad losses and close wins, only covering the spread in three of their nine games. The Bears are not much better than that clip, covering only four of their nine games, but home underdogs have been covering machines this year in the NFL, so I will be taking the Bears +6, but I do think the Ravens win the game. After all, the Ravens have won their last 12 games against the NFC North division.

My Betslip:

Over 44.5, -110

Bears +6, -114

Justin Fields over 35.5 rushing yards, -125

Rashad Bateman over 38.5 receiving yards, -114

Lamar Jackson over 248.5 passing yards, -114

Other bets I like around the league:

Lions at Browns (-11.5)

This is a lot of points, especially for a struggling Browns team, but the Lions starting QB Jared Goff will not be suiting up, and I don't think they cover on the road with a backup. I will take the Browns.

Bengals (-1) at Raiders O/U 50

Both teams are slipping, but I think the Bengals win in a shootout. I am taking the Bengals and the over 50.

Washington (+3.5) at Panthers

Cam Newton is back as the starter in Carolina, but there is a reason he was a free agent until last week. Washington will cover as road underdogs.

Cowboys at Chiefs O/U 56.5

Points, points, points. The Chiefs are favorited by 2.5 at home, but I will just be taking the over 56.5 here because this game has all the ingredients to be a shootout.

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