Week 11 of the NFL season sees the 3-7 Carolina Panthers heading up the eastern seaboard to Baltimore to play the 6-3 Ravens, who are coming off their bye. The Panthers Ravens spread has Baltimore favorites and on the moneyline with the Panthers to win the game. The total is .
The Panthers are looking to keep their slim playoff hopes alive, and the Ravens can maintain position at the top of the AFC North.
Panthers Ravens Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under
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Panthers vs. Ravens Betting News & Angles
Ravens Vs. Panthers Weather
Dry conditions (clear sky) and 17 mph winds are predicted at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday (as of 4:16 PM on November 17), with a high temperature of 36 degrees Fahrenheit.
Ravens Vs. Panthers Injury Report
|Player||Pos.||Injury||Status||Avg. Snap Count|
|Player||Pos.||Injury||Status||Avg. Snap Count|
Ravens Offense Vs. Panthers Defense
|Ravens Offense||Stats (Rank)||Panthers Defense|
|26.1 (4)||Points/Gm||24.3 (24)|
|0.4 (2)||Points/Play||0.4 (17)|
|354.9 (12)||Yards/Gm||362.4 (25)|
|186.8 (27)||Pass Yards/Gm||223.2 (20)|
|168.1 (2)||Rush Yards/Gm||139.2 (25)|
|5.8 (7)||Yards/Play||5.4 (13)|
|6.5 (13)||Yards/Pass||6.5 (14)|
|5.5 (2)||Yards/Rush||4.5 (13)|
|45.0% (6)||3rd Down %||41.4% (19)|
|55.9% (16)||Red Zone %||58.3% (17)|
|9 (4)||Turnovers||9 (25)|
|20 (11)||Sacks||19 (22)|
Panthers Offense Vs. Ravens Defense
|Panthers Offense||Stats (Rank)||Ravens Defense|
|20.4 (23)||Points/Gm||21.8 (17)|
|0.4 (2)||Points/Play||0.3 (1)|
|294.2 (30)||Yards/Gm||350.6 (19)|
|176.2 (28)||Pass Yards/Gm||258.6 (28)|
|118.0 (16)||Rush Yards/Gm||92.0 (3)|
|5.3 (19)||Yards/Play||5.6 (19)|
|6.2 (22)||Yards/Pass||6.8 (19)|
|4.7 (13)||Yards/Rush||4.3 (8)|
|28.3% (32)||3rd Down %||33.7% (5)|
|54.2% (18)||Red Zone %||57.6% (15)|
|12 (15)||Turnovers||16 (6)|
|22 (18)||Sacks||27 (8)|
Panthers vs. Ravens Betting Insights
Reasons The Panthers Can Cover The Spread
The Panthers did finally show up on Thursday Night Football last week, beating a Falcons team that had been on a run of good form. With an offense that looked somewhat efficient in Week 10, the Panthers might be able to keep this game in range.
Throw in the Ravens’ inability to hold a lead in the second half, and there’s a decent chance that the Panthers will either be within the 12.5 point spread or close to it with time left and the ball, meaning they will have a chance to either keep the cover or backdoor cover this game.
Why The Ravens can cover the spread
The Ravens are very clearly much, much better than the Panthers. Yes the Panthers beat Atlanta, but they’re still 29th in DVOA offense and 25th in DVOA defense, while the Ravens are 3rd and 12th, respectively.
The Panthers have consistently been one of the worst teams this season, whereas the Ravens haven’t played a bad defense in a few weeks. Putting up 27 against the Bucs and Saints in back to back week should mollify anyone who worries about the Ravens’ ability to put up points against a bad Panthers Defense.
Reasons to bet the over
The Panthers only really got stops against the Falcons when the Falcons did dumb things, which Lamar and co are less likely to do. Especially if Baltimore can get out to an early lead, this game should shoot out, as the Ravens can play overly conservative schemes when they’re ahead. The only question would be whether the Panthers can keep up, but given the Ravens’ inability to lock down when ahead, they should be able to score enough.
Reasons to bet the under
The risk would be if the Ravens can’t get their passing game going early. If that happens, and they have to default to a more run heavy, slower game plan, then it could go under. The Panthers would have to get home on Lamar to do it, which is possible – they do have a top 10 blitz rate in the league.
The Ravens and Panthers are 16th and 18th in Red Zone offense, a potentially worrying sign if these teams end up having to settle for Field Goals.
Panthers vs. Ravens Props: Matchups To Watch For
D’Onta Foreman Rushing Yards: if the Panthers are going to cover this game and keep it close, it’s going to be with Foreman keeping them on schedule. Whenever the Falcons were able to get early down success, the Panthers would stall out, but when Foreman was rushing for early down success, the Panthers thrived. Keeping the Panthers on track will be key to scoring in this game.
Big favourites in recent weeks haven’t been worth much, with the Eagles on Monday Night proving it once again. The Ravens are built to cover these big spreads offensively, but it’s still unclear whether or not the Ravens Defense can hold up with a lead.
The Ravens’ propensity to blow leads this season has to be a concern for when they’re going to have the backdoor open for the entire game even if they do get ahead. The Panthers have shown some more offensive talent in recent weeks, which is not enough to make this competitive but might be enough to cover.
At the end of the day, though, the Ravens are just a class of team that should be able to cover this. Their defense has been better in recent weeks, and it’s hard to argue Carolina has a better offense than that offered by New Orleans or Tampa. If the Ravens can’t cover this game, they’re not the team that many hope and think they can be. I think they are that team, and will bet accordingly.