Baltimore Ravens vs Denver Broncos NFL Pick – Week 4

The NFL is set up with another great slate of action throughout Sunday. Sixteen games will be up on the board throughout Week 4. One of these matchups will be between the Baltimore Ravens and the Denver Broncos. These two teams have looked strong this season and will look for a big win on Sunday. This game will kick off at around 4:25 PM Eastern time.

Baltimore has jumped out to a 2-1 record this season, which has them tied for the top spot in the AFC North. The Ravens are coming off a close win against the Detroit Lions in Week 4. Detroit came back from being down 16-7 to take a 17-16 lead late. Baltimore got a 66 yard field goal as time expired from Justin Tucker to sneak away with a 19-17 win.

The Broncos have put up a solid 3-0 record throughout the season, which has them in the top spot of the AFC West. Denver is coming off their home opener against the New York Jets. The Broncos had touchdown runs from Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon. Denver was able to earn a dominant 26-0 win in this one.

These two teams have been strong throughout this season and will look for a big win in this one. The Ravens are coming off a really close affair against the Lions. Denver on the other hand has played three teams with a combined record of 0-9. The Broncos will look to put up a statement win against a strong Baltimore win in Week 4.

Ravens vs. Broncos Live Odds and Betting History

The following odds are courtesy of BetOnline:

Teams Spread Money Line Totals
Baltimore Ravens Pick (-110) Over 45 (-113)
Denver Broncos Pick (-110) Under 45 (-107)
Betting Data Baltimore Ravens Denver Broncos
2021 Record 2-1 3-0
2021 Home 1-0 1-0
2021 Away 1-1 2-0
2021 ATS 1-2 3-0
2021 ATS Home 1-0 1-0
2021 ATS Away 0-2 2-0
2021 O/U 2-1 0-3
2021 O/U Home 1-0 0-1
2021 O/U Away 1-1 0-2

Ravens vs. Broncos NFL Game Preview

The Ravens and Broncos last met up in Week 3 of the 2018 season. Royce Freeman and Emmanuel Sanders both had rushing touchdowns, but it was not nearly enough for Denver. Javorius Allen had a rushing and receiving touchdown on the afternoon. Baltimore scored 20 unanswered points to come back and win 27-14 in this meeting.

These two teams have met up 14 times throughout their histories. Baltimore leads the all-time series 8-6 in those games. The Broncos have won three of the last five games between these two teams though. Denver will look to earn a big win in this one as they try to stay undefeated. Both teams have had a lot of changes since the last time they met though.

The last time these two teams met, Case Keenum was the QB for Denver, while Joe Flacco was starting under center for the Ravens. Now Teddy Bridgewater is the starting Quarterback for the Broncos and Lamar Jackson is the starter for Baltimore. The Ravens have had more overall success in the last few seasons and will look to keep it going with a big win in this one.

Opening Odds and Line Movement

The spread for this game opened up at -1 in favor of the Baltimore Ravens. This line has dropped to a pick, giving even odds to both teams to earn a win in this one.

The over/ under in this matchup started out at 45 ½ points. This total has now dropped down to 45 points. These two defenses have looked strong this season, which makes the total make sense.

The spread for this game dropped down to a pick, which is odd for me. The Broncos have not proven much, winning three games against winless teams. Denver will look to prove this spread right though with a win.

Head to Head Betting Trends

  • Both teams are 5-5 SU in last 10 meetings
  • Ravens 6-4 ATS in last 10 matchups
  • Under is 6-4 in last 10 games
  • Under is 3-2 in last five games in Denver

Baltimore Ravens Betting Trends

  • 28-10 SU in last 38 games
  • 22-14-2 ATS in last 38 games
  • 15-5 SU in last 20 road games
  • 12-6-2 ATS in last 20 road games
  • 19-10 SU in last 29 Conference games
  • 18-10-1 ATS in last 29 Conference games
  • 6-0 SU in last six October games
  • 2-2-2 ATS in last six October games
  • 15-5 SU in last 20 games after two or more consecutive wins
  • 13-7 ATS in last 20 games after two or more consecutive wins

Denver Broncos Betting Trends

  • 15-20 SU in last 35 games
  • 21-14 ATS in last 35 games
  • 8-9 SU in last 17 home games
  • 10-7 ATS in last 17 home games
  • 12-14 SU in last 26 Conference games
  • 16-10 ATS in last 26 Conference games
  • 4-3 SU in last seven October games
  • 5-2 ATS in last seven October games
  • 1-3 SU in last four games after two or more straight wins
  • 1-3 ATS in last four games after two or more straight wins

Free Bet and Game Prediction: Baltimore Ravens pk (-110)

The Ravens and the Broncos are both off to strong starts to the season and will look for a huge win on Sunday afternoon. Baltimore has won their last two games, while the Broncos have yet to lose. None of Denver’s opponents have won a game yet this season though. The Broncos will look to put up a statement win in this one though.

Baltimore will look for Lamar Jackson to build on his solid start to the season. Jackson has thrown for 761 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions. Jackson has also rushed for 251 yards and two touchdowns. Teddy Bridgewater has passed for 827 yards and four touchdowns on this season. Both QB’s will look for a big start in this one.

The line for this game seems a little bit odd to me. Denver is 3-0, but they have not had an impressive win yet on the season. The Ravens, who have proven themselves as contenders the last couple of seasons, are listed as a pick in this one. I think that this line is an overreaction to the Broncos and Baltimore’s close win last week. As only a pick, I really like the value on the Ravens to win this one.

The Bet
Baltimore Ravens pk

Ravens vs. Broncos Betting Recap:

  • Oddmaker: BetOnline
  • Money Lines: Baltimore Ravens (-110) at Denver Broncos (-110)
  • Spread: Ravens pk (-110)
  • Over/Under: 45 Points
  • Prediction: Ravens 28 – Broncos 17
Andruw Burling / Author

Andruw Burling has been writing sports picks since 2017, covering mainly NHL and NBA content, but doing work in other sports as well. Andruw grew up in Las Vegas and has been around sports since a young age. He grew up a huge NHL and NBA fan and continues to use that knowledge in his content today.

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