NFL Monday Night Football: Browns Vs. RavensPublished December 14, 2020 by Sol FH
The finale to Week 14 gets underway tonight between the Browns and the Ravens at 1:15 GMT.
What another wild weekend it was in the NFL and tonight the Cleveland Browns host the Baltimore Ravens at FirstEnergy Stadium to end Week 14 of the regular season. This AFC North showdown between two playoff hopefuls is perfect for Prime Time. The Browns (9-3) will need to overcome a Ravens (7-5) team that is coming off a win against the Dallas Cowboys last week - 34-17.
The Browns will be without CB Denzel Ward, out for the third consecutive week after suffering a calf injury. After the win against the Titans, WR KhaDarel Hodge was ruled out with a hamstring injury. Browns' TE Austin Hooper didn't practice Friday or Saturday due to a neck injury and will most likely not play tonight.
Baker Mayfield looks a lot better after a loss to the Raiders and has led the Browns to four wins in-a-row. These wins have not been one-sided wins and the Browns' defense is not doing well at shutting down their opponents' offensive attacks. This is the first Prime Time game for the Browns this season and they will be eager to get a much-needed win against their division rivals.
In the battle between these two teams this season, the Ravens won in Week 1, 38-6. Baltimore proceeded to look like a powerful team throughout the first 6-weeks of the season going 5-1. They started to get inconsistent and lost three-in-a-row until snapping it last week against Dallas.
NFL Monday Night Betting
Tonight is the night to take a good hard look at the underdog tonight as bet365 Sports has posted odds in favor of the Ravens at 1.58. That is quite interesting as the Browns, the better team in my opinion are back at 2.50 in the Money Line. It should be a great game but expect the Browns to win a hard-fought battle.
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The odds in this article at the bookmaker mentioned above were accurate at the time of writing, December 14 at 8:45 GMT.