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Baltimore Ravens at Chicago Bears Picks & Betting Predictions

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The Ravens suffered their most disappointing loss of the season in Week 10, falling to the Dolphins on Thursday Night Football. Baltimore could not beat Miami’s Cover-0 blitz and the offense struggled all night. However, they still lead the AFC North, but the Steelers and Bengals aren’t far behind. Needless to say, this is a big game for the Ravens.

Meanwhile, the Bears are coming off a Week 10 bye as they fell to the Steelers in Week 9. It was a game they easily could have won if a number of (bad) calls didn’t go against them. More importantly, Justin Fields played the best game of his young career and made some incredible throws in the second half of that game. But how will he fare against the Ravens, who love nothing more than to blitz young quarterbacks?

To get you ready for this AFC-NFC matchup, here is everything you need to know from an NFL betting perspective going into Week 11.

Take a look at Ravens vs. Bears odds, injury report, betting lines and more.

Ravens vs. Bears Matchups

Bears WR Allen Robinson vs. Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey: Will Humphrey follow Robinson or Darnell Mooney in this game? Look for him to cover the bigger receiver in this matchup.

Bears LT Jason Peters vs. Ravens Edge Justin Houston: Peters doesn’t have a lot left in the tank, but Houston does. This is a matchup between two veterans that favors Baltimore.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews vs. Bears LB Roquan Smith: Andrews is the top weapon for Lamar Jackson, but could have a tough time against Chicago’s fast linebackers.

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Ravens vs. Bears Stats

1-4: The Ravens are 1-4 ATS at sportsbooks in their last 5 games.

5-1: The Bears are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games against AFC opponents.

10: The Ravens have won 10 straight games against NFC opponents.

6: The Under has hit in 6 of the last 7 road games for the Ravens.

16.7: The Bears have the No. 29 scoring offense, averaging just 16.7 PPG.

Ravens vs. Bears Moneyline

The Ravens have had a ton of success against NFC opponents as of late, winning 10 straight games. However, it’s hard to trust this team too much right now given how poorly the defense has played. This isn’t the usual Baltimore team that can rely on their run game and defense against lesser opponents. Instead, they need Lamar Jackson to play at a near-MVP level just to stay competitive in these games.

While the Bears don’t inspire a ton of confidence on the other side, Justin Fields is dynamic enough to keep this game close. And if Chicago can run the ball, they could even win outright at home. Expect this game to be close, so pass on the moneyline on betting sites as there just isn’t enough value on either side of the NFL odds board heading into this matchup.


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Ravens vs. Bears Point Spread

Despite their 6-3 record, the Ravens have a point differential of just 14 this season. They’ve played in a ton of close games and multiple games that have gone to overtime. While they do have a tendency to win those types of games (mostly due to Justin Tucker), they rarely blow out teams.

This is a game in which Chicago’s defense should be able to contain Jackson and the rest of Baltimore’s offense. Expect this to be a field goal game, so take the Bears +6 (-110) on DraftKings. ➜ But don’t be surprised if they win outright either and don't forget to shop around on betting apps for the best value.


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Ravens vs. Bears Totals

While these are two teams that historically have great defenses, that has not been the case this season. Baltimore is allowing 24.1 points per game, while the Bears surrender 24.9 points per game. Could each side score in the mid-20s in this game, especially with the speed they have at wide receiver?

That feels very likely and expect both quarterbacks to use their legs in the red zone to score touchdowns. Take the Over of 45 (-110) on FanDuel ➜ and look for this to be a 27-24 type of game in Chicago.


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About the Author

Marcus Mosher for Bookies.com
Marcus Mosher
Marcus Mosher covers the NFL for Bookies.com. The managing editor of The Raiders Wire is also a contributor to The Athletic DFW, Pro Football Weekly and FanSided.
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