NFL gambling odds are also favoring the Atlanta Falcons to be a top contender in the NFC with a solid shot at beating the NFL gambling lines en route to Super Sunday.
The Atlanta Falcons will host the Baltimore Ravens Sunday in what could very well prove to be a Super Bowl preview taking place on Thursday night with a telecast on the NFL Network. Kickoff is set for 8:20 PM ET.
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The Baltimore Ravens have a football gambling record of 6-2 straight up and 4-3-1 against the spread with 5 of their games going under the total. Baltimore is in first place in the AFC North and has won 2 games in a row. The Ravens are coming off a 26-10 home win and payout over Miami.
Baltimore is 2-1-1 against the spread on the road this year with all 4 of those games going under the total. Defense continues to be the bedrock foundation of Baltimore as they rank 6th in the NFL for points allowed while the offense ranks in the middle of the league at 15th.
After a tough season last year and a slow start in 2010 quarterback Joe Flacco has found the mark and has an 88.9 quarterback rating with a 12/6 touchdown/interception ratio.
Ray Rice has 606 yards rushing and Anquan Boldin, acquired in the offseason from Arizona, leads the team in receiving with 40 catches good for 546 yards and 5 touchdowns.
The Atlanta Falcons have a NFL betting record of 6-2 straight up and 4-4 against the spread with 5 of their games going over the total. The Falcons lead the NFC South. Atlanta is coming off a 27-21 home win over Tampa Bay as they failed to cover the 10 point spread.
Atlanta ranks 10th in both scoring offense and scoring defense. Matt Ryan continues to be an asset with the NFL gambling odds as he has a 90.2 QB rating with a 13/5 TD/INT ratio. Michael Turner has rushed for 694 yards and Roddy White has 58 catches for 796 yards.