Ravens vs. Eagles: NFL Betting Preview – October 18, 2020

Posted By Staff on October 13, 2020 - Last Updated on October 16, 2020

The 4-1 Baltimore Ravens are 7.5-point favorites heading into their matchup Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles (1-3-1). The game has a point total of 47.5.

The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of October 16. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings.com.

Betting Information

Total Facts

  • Ravens games have gone over 46.5 points three of five times this season.
  • In two games this season, the Eagles have combined with their opponents to go over 46.5 points.
  • The total for this matchup is 5.9 points fewer than the combined scoring average of the two teams.
  • The over/under for this game is 2.3 points higher than the two teams’ opponents scoring average.
  • The over/under in this game is 1.5 points higher than the average total in Ravens games this season.
  • The average total for Eagles games is 51.6 points– 5.1 more than this game’s over/under.
  • The Ravens score the eighth-most points in the league this season, while the Eagles’ offense scores the 23rd-most.
  • Philadelphia gives up the 23rd-fewest points, while Baltimore has given up the fewest.
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Ravens Betting Insights

  • Baltimore has put together a 3-1-1 record against the spread this season.
  • The Ravens are 3-0-1 ATS when favored by at least 7.5 points.
  • One of Baltimore’s five games this year have gone over the point total.

Eagles Betting Insights

  • Philadelphia has a losing 1-4 record against the spread.
  • Three of Philadelphia’s five games this year have gone over the point total.

When the Ravens Have the Ball

  • The Ravens average 29.8 points this season and the Eagles allow 29 points per game.
  • When they score at least 29.8 this season, Baltimore is 3-0 and 2-0-1 against the spread.
  • When Philadelphia allows 29 points or fewer this year, they have a 1-1-1 overall record and a 1-2 record against the spread.
  • The Eagles defense allows an 355.2 yards per game this season– 16.4 yards more than the 338.8 the Ravens offense averages.
  • The Ravens pick up 5.8 yards per play while the Eagles allow 5.2 per play.
  • In games where Baltimore hits their average yard output this season, they are 2-0-1 against the spread and 3-0 overall.
  • When Philadelphia allows fewer total yards than their season average, they are 0-2 against the spread and 0-1-1 overall this season.
  • The Eagles allow 114.2 rushing yards per game, compared to the 160 yards the Ravens average on the ground this year.
  • When Baltimore rushes for their season average, they are 2-0 overall and 2-0 against the spread.
  • When Philadelphia limits opposing teams to 114.2 rushing yards or fewer this year, they are 0-2 against the spread and 0-1-1 overall.
  • This season, the Eagles have forced an average of one turnover per game, equal to the one time Ravens have turned the football over per game.
  • When Baltimore has one or fewer turnovers this season, they are 3-1 overall and 3-1 against the spread.
  • Philadelphia’s record this season when they force more than one turnover: 1-2 ATS, 1-2 overall

When the Eagles Have the Ball

  • The Eagles average 7.4 more points per game (22.6) than the Ravens give up (15.2).
  • Philadelphia is 1-2 against the spread and 1-1-1 overall when they score at least 22.6 points.
  • This season, Baltimore has a 2-0-1 record against the spread and a 3-0 record overall in games when it holds opponents to 29.8 or fewer points.
  • The Eagles average 12.6 fewer yards per game (322.4), than the Ravens allow per outing (335).
  • The Eagles average 4.8 yards per play, while the Ravens allow 5 per play.
  • In games Baltimore holds its opponents to 335 or fewer yards, it has a 3-0 record ATS and a 3-0 record overall.
  • This season, the Eagles average 108 yards per game on the ground– 16 more per game than the Ravens allow per outing (92).
  • Philadelphia has a 0-2 ATS record and a 0-1-1 overall record when the team runs for at least 108 yards.
  • This season, Baltimore is 2-0-1 against the spread and 3-0 overall when holding opponents to no more than 92 rushing yards.
  • This year, the Eagles turn the ball over 2.2 times per game– 0.2 more turnovers per game than the two the Ravens force on average.
  • Philadelphia is 1-2 against the spread and 1-1-1 overall when it turns the ball over 2.2 or fewer times.
  • This season, Baltimore has a 3-0 record against the spread and a 3-0 record overall when it forces at least two turnovers.

Ravens Players to Watch

  • Lamar Jackson has thrown for 949 yards while completing 63.7% of his passes (86-of-135), with nine touchdowns and two interceptions in five games this year (189.8 yards per game). He’s also carried the ball 41 times for 238 yards and one touchdown, averaging 47.6 yards per game.
  • Through five games, Mark Ingram has run for 205 yards on 45 carries (41 ypg), with two rushing touchdowns.
  • Marquise Brown has reeled in 22 passes for 319 yards and a touchdown. He has been targeted 36 times and averages 63.8 yards per game.
  • Mark Andrews has tacked on 222 yards on 18 catches and five touchdowns. He has been targeted 29 times and averages 44.4 receiving yards per game in five games.
  • This season, Willie Snead IV has caught 10 passes on 13 targets for 117 yards and one touchdown, averaging 23.4 receiving yards per game.
  • DeShon Elliott has recorded two sacks, while adding three TFL and 22 tackles over five games.
  • Rookie Patrick Queen has racked up 42 tackles, four TFL, and two sacks this season.
  • Marcus Peters has intercepted two passes, and added 16 tackles, one sack, and four passes defended five over games.

Eagles Players to Watch

  • Carson Wentz has thrown for 1,188 yards while completing just 60% of his passes (117-of-195), with six touchdowns and nine interceptions (237.6 yards per game). He’s also carried the ball 23 times for 122 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 24.4 yards per game.
  • Miles Sanders has 316 rushing yards (79 yards per game) and three touchdowns in four games. He has added 11 catches for 97 yards (24.3 receiving yards per game).
  • Travis Fulgham has been targeted 16 times with 12 catches, 209 yards (104.5 ypg), and two touchdowns in two games this season.
  • Greg Ward has added 22 catches for 172 yards and two touchdowns in five games. He puts up 34.4 receiving yards per game and has been targeted 31 times.
  • Zach Ertz has 145 yards on 20 receptions with one touchdown, averaging 29 yards per game on 35 targets.
  • Brandon Graham has three sacks, six TFL, and nine tackles through five games.
  • Nathan Gerry has racked up 40 tackles and three TFL so far this season.

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