Patriots vs. Ravens Betting Odds, Predictions & Picks (November 3, 2019)

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Patriots vs. Ravens Betting Odds

  • Patriots Spread: -3
  • Ravens Spread: +3
  • Patriots Moneyline: -165
  • Ravens Moneyline: +145
  • Over/Under: 44.5
  • Time: 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC
For real-time odds, go to the Patriots-Ravens game page to find the best price to bet.


The New England Patriots are a favorite against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 9 of the 2019 NFL season.

Here are the betting trends, statistics, model predictions and picks you need to help wager on it.

Patriots vs. Ravens Model Prediction

The Patriots have a 61% chance of winning this game, according to our NFL model. The true point spread is the Patriots -4, giving slight value to New England. The over/under in our model is projected at 45.8, giving slight value to the over.

Statistical Matchup

The Ravens are averaging 0.89 more yards per play than the Patriots this season.

  • New England Patriots are 6-2 ATS in the last 10 games
  • Baltimore Ravens are 2-4-1 ATS in the last 10 games

Betting Percentage Breakdown

As of November 3rd, 74% of bets are on the Patriots -3.

The game total is 44.5 and 60% of bets are on the over.

Get real-time betting percentages for every NFL game here.

Patriots vs. Ravens Betting Picks

  • Stuck : Patriots -3
  • Stuck : Ravens +4
  • Mike Randle: Ravens +4
  • YBK Picks.com: Ravens +3
  • Lauren Joffe: Over 44.5
  • Whale Capper: Under 45
  • Collin Wilson: Ravens +4
  • John Ewing: Patriots -3
  • Sean Zerillo: Ravens +4
  • Matthew Freedman: Patriots -3
  • Matthew Freedman: Patriots -3.5
  • Matt Moore: Patriots -3.5
  • Chad Millman: Ravens +3.5
  • Justin Bailey: Ravens moneyline +165
  • Justin Bailey: Under 46
  • 256 or Bust: Ravens +3
  • So Money: Under 45

Patriots vs. Ravens Player Props Picks

These are the prop bets that have been officially logged in The Action Network App by our experts:

Mike Randle

  • Lamar Jackson under 1 passing touchdowns
  • Tom Brady under 278.5 passing yards
  • Julian Edelman under 72.5 receiving yards
  • Mohamed Sanu under 36.5 receiving yards