The kickoff is scheduled for Sunday at 1:00 ET. These two squads last met in Week 2 of 2006 in Baltimore, where the Ravens won by a final score of 28-6 as 13-point favorites. The Raiders (2-4 SU, 3-3 ATS) were at home last week against Brett Favre and the New York Jets, looking for their first home victory of 2008.
This NFL betting match-up saw the Jets pegged as three-point road favorites, with the ‘total’ closing at 41. After a pair of field goals in the first quarter and no scoring in the second quarter, the Raiders took the 10-3 lead in the third quarter on an 8 yard JaMarcus Russell touchdown pass to wide receiver Javon Walker.
With Oakland up 13-10 with seconds remaining in the game, Jets kicker Jay Feely hit a 52 yard field goal to send the game to overtime. In OT, Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski nailed a 57 yard field goal, a Raiders franchise record, to secure the 16-13 victory, and cover the football odds straight up and against the spread.
The Baltimore Ravens (3-3 SU, 4-2 ATS) were three-point road underdogs to the Miami Dolphins in a football betting contest in South Florida last Sunday; the ‘total’ went off the board at 35.5.
After each team scored a field goal in the first quarter, the Ravens got two touchdowns in the second quarter, the first of which came on a 44 yard interception return for a touchdown by outside linebacker Terrell Suggs (1st TD of his career).
The Ravens added another touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 5 yard run by running back Willis McGahee, as they skated to victory by a final count of 27-13. NFL bettors who picked the ‘total’ to go over the football betting line were correct and victorious, as were those players who took Baltimore on the moneyline or getting the points.
The Baltimore Ravens currently sit as seven-point favorite over the Oakland Raiders Sunday in Baltimore, with the ‘total’ standing pat at 36. Login to Sports-Gambling.com for all the NFL spread, total, and money line wagering you can handle.