NFL Preview: Browns vs. Ravens Odds, Player Props, Betting Lines, & Injury Report

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Division-leading Ravens look to continue winning against resilient Browns

Heading into Week 10 of the NFL season, we have an AFC North showdown between the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns. The Ravens are 7-2, good for first in the division and ahead of the 5-3 Browns. In Week 9, Baltimore beat the Seattle Seahawks at home, 37-3, and the Browns also won at home, 27-0, against the Clayton Tune-led Arizona Cardinals. 

The Ravens’ rushing attack accounted for three touchdowns versus Seattle. In his return from injury, Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson threw for two touchdowns. 

Browns will face a stout Baltimore ground game

The Ravens rank first in the league in rushing yards at slightly over 160 per game. However, they rank just 20th in passing yards per game. The Browns’ defense, meanwhile, has allowed less than 100 rushing yards per game, but that average has ballooned to 130 over the past three games. 

Ravens looking to keep the rushing attack going

As mentioned, Baltimore had three rushing TDs in Week 9, and the Ravens rank first overall in rushing yards so far this season. On 300 carries this year, they have 1,443 yards and 17 touchdowns. They average 4.8 yards per carry. Quarterback Lamar Jackson has 440 rushing yards and five touchdowns. The leading rusher is Gus Edwards, with 478 yards. Rookie Keaton Mitchell broke out in Week 9 with 138 yards and a touchdown on nine carries. 

Browns vs. Ravens odds and betting lines

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Browns vs. Ravens head to head

Browns logo Browns CLE
Ravens logo Ravens BAL
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Offense Net Yards Per Game OFF NET YPG
Defense Net Yards Per Game DEF NET YPG
Passing Yards Per Game PASS YPG
Turnovers Committed Per Game TOC PG

Browns vs. Ravens injury report: Who’s out, who’s starting 

Going into Week 9, the Ravens were without Morgan Moses, Marcus Williams, and Rock Ya-Sin. In the game against Seattle, Kevon Seymour left early with a shoulder injury. The Browns saw Cameron Mitchell and Jedrick Wills leave the game early. Wills suffered a serious injury and was carted off the field. 

Ravens Week 10 injury update: Moses questionable

Player Injury Status
Morgan MosesShoulderQuestionable
Rock Ya-SinIllnessN/A
Marcus WilliamsHamstring Questionable
Kevon SeymourShoulderQuestionable

Browns Week 10 injury update: Jedrick Wills carted off in Week 9

Player Injury Status
Jedrick WillsKneeDoubtful
Cameron MitchellShoulderQuestionable 
Marquise GoodwinUnspecifiedQuestionable