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- Bettors have pounded the Cardinals vs. Ravens (1 p.m. ET, FOX) over/under so far this week.
- We examine whether there's still value in the over or whether the market fully corrected for the bad opener.
One of the biggest NFL storylines heading into Week 2 is the performance of Lamar Jackson and the Ravens offense last week, which put up 59 points against the Miami Dolphins.
Kyler Murray is a big story in his own right after leading Arizona to a 27-27 tie despite trailing Detroit by 11 points heading into the fourth quarter.
With these two teams matching up on Sunday, the betting market has been extremely bullish on the Cardinals vs. Ravens over.
Oddsmakers opened the total at 42.5 and a flood of both public and sharp money quickly drove the number to 47 as recently as Tuesday night.
With sportsbooks so off on this opening number, is there still value in betting the over? Or has the market corrected enough to get the Cardinals vs. Ravens over/under to the correct spot?
Odds above as of Wednesday morning and via PointsBet, where Action Network users can exclusively bet all Week 2 NFL spreads at reduced juice (-105).