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Ravens and Bills Clash in NFL Divisional Playoffs Betting, Spread and Picks

NFL Divisional: Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills Betting odds and picks

Last year Baltimore was top seed and favorite with the Super Bowl betting odds.  But the Ravens were suffocated in a divisional playoff loss to Tennessee.  After turning the tables last week, the Ravens have momentum.  But so too do the Buffalo Bills.  Buffalo won their first playoff game in 25 years on Saturday over Indianapolis.  For Bills fans, this has been a dream season.  Above all Josh Allen has reached an elite level as quarterback.  Allen has been transformed into an asset.  And somebody that can take over a game.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills Betting Information

Date: Saturday, January 16, 2021
Time: 7:15 p.m. ET
Location: Bills Stadium, Orchard Park, New York
TV Coverage: NBC

Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills Betting Odds

Ravens +2 (-105) 50½ (-110) +115
Bills -2 (-115) 50½ (-110) -135
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Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills CashBet Wagering Analysis

Accordingly, top online sportsbook action should be split evenly.  Baltimore has plenty of cache from the past.  While Buffalo is one of the hottest teams on the board.  Gamblers are intrigued by the Bills’ new blood.

Baltimore Extracts Titanic Revenge in Wild Card Round

To begin with, the Ravens never got over their epic playoff loss to Tennessee.  Baltimore was the 2019 AFC top seed.  So, when the Ravens had a playoff rematch at Tennessee in the wild card round revenge was in the air.   Baltimore delivered the goods in a 20-13 win and payout as 3.5-point road chalk.  Under the total of 53.5 paid too.  Now the Ravens have a record of 12-5 straight up, 11-6 against the spread, and 7-10 under the total.  Baltimore has reemerged as a betting on Super Bowl best bet.

Tennessee jumped out to a 10-0 lead over the Ravens.  But the Ravens responded with 17 unanswered points.  Namely, it was Lamar Jackson that made the difference.  The 2019 NFL MVP threw for 179 yards. And he ran for 136 more yards and a touchdown.  It was the Jackson we saw last season.  Baltimore outgained Tennessee 401 to 209.  With a 22-12 first down advantage.

Buffalo Wins but Fails to Pay Bills

Last week the Bills scored a 27-24 wild card win over the Colts.  Buffalo failed to cover as 7-point home chalk.  Over the total of 50.5 paid too.  Buffalo remains a Super Bowl best bet in the eyes of many gamblers.  As a result of the win the Bills are 14-3 straight up and 11-6 against the spread.  Buffalo is 11-5-1 over the total.  The Bills covered eight straight games before the overlay against Indy.  Overall Buffalo ranks 2nd for scoring offense and 16th for points allowed.  Quarterback Josh Allen threw for 324 yards and a touchdown in the win.

Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills Against the Spread

Baltimore is 20-12 against the spread.  While on the road the Ravens are 12-5 on the board.  And as a dog, they’re 5-1 vs. the odds.

Overall, the Ravens are 16-18 under the total.  In away games, Baltimore is 8-9 to the under.  As underdogs, they’re 3-3 over and under.

To summarize the Bills are 20-12-2 against the spread.  At home, Buffalo is 9-8 on the board.  As a favorite the Bills are 11-8 with the line.

Buffalo is 15-18-1 under the spread in all games.  Specifically, at home, the Bills are 8-9 to the under.  And as chalk Buffalo is 10-8-1 to the over.

Overall, the Ravens have covered six of their last nine against the Bills.  Three of the last four in this series stayed under.  But at Buffalo, the Bills are 2-1 ATS against the Ravens.  Two of the last three in this series at Buffalo stayed under.

Baltimore Ravens at Buffalo Bills CashBet Free Pick  

On this occasion, the Ravens’ past playoff experience should be the Super Bowl Betting difference.  In a game that looks even the dog is the way to go. Baltimore ranks 2nd in the NFL for scoring defense.  To this end that’s a postseason advantage.

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