The Baltimore Ravens lost to Miami Dolphins 42-38 on Sunday. New England Patriots beat Pittsburgh Steelers 17-14 on the same day. The Patriots have six quarterback sacks and one interception. Lamar Jackson has passed for 531 yards and rushed for 119 yards in the loss. The Ravens have covered the number in each of their last four games following a loss ATS. Final Score Prediction: Baltimore Raven win and cover AATS 24-17. They play the New Patriots on September 25th.
98.5's Alex Barth and Ryan Spagnoli discuss the Patriots' loss vs the Ravens and the impact of Mac Jones' high ankle sprain.
Patriots lost to Ravens in a game that was mostly about the Patriots' mistakes. Mac Jones is out for weeks with high ankle sprains. Brian Hoyer will take over for him. The Patriots have a turnover problem. They will play the Packers in Green Bay next week. The defense will have to improve. It was a repeat of the season opener in Miami. Devin McCourty compared defending the Ravens to playing against a triple-option team.
The Baltimore Ravens beat the New England Patriots 11-0 in Week 3. The Ravens eclipsed 37 points for the second consecutive week.
The Ravens beat the New England Patriots 37-26. Quarterback Lamar Jackson threw four touchdown passes and ran for another. The defense created four turnovers on NewEngland's last five drives.
Ravens got back running back J.K. Dobbins on the second snap of the day. Patriots will not have wideout Jakobi Meyers and they are also without safety Kyle Dugger.
The New England Patriots take their home field at Gillette Stadium for the first time this season. The Patriots will look to build off last week's victory in Pittsburgh and improve to 2-1 on the season against the Baltimore Ravens.
Ravens and Patriots are playing a game at Gillette Stadium at 1 p.m. Sunday. The game is being broadcast on Fox. It's also broadcasted on ESPN Radio (1090 AM, 101.5 FM, 98 Rock (97.9 FM) and WBAL (101.0 FM). The weather is going to be cloudy and high 60 degrees.
The New England Patriots will host the Baltimore Ravens for the first time in 2022 on Sunday. It will be the Patriots home opener. The team is undergoing roster construction and has lost some stars recently. Their record is 1-1. They lost their first game 20-7 to the Miami Dolphins and their second game 17-14 to Pittsburgh Steelers. Baltimore is favored to win the game.
Ravens blew a 21-point fourth-quarter lead against the Dolphins in Week 2. They will travel to New England to play the Patriots in a game that is probably worth winning. The Patriots are coming off a three-pointer win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The New England Patriots take on the Baltimore Ravens in their home opener on Sunday. The game will air on FOX. Fans can watch the game for free with the official Patriots app or by signing up for a free trial of DirecTV.
Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots are playing each other on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. The Ravens defense will be looking to stifle the Patriots offense.
The Baltimore Ravens are 2 1/2-point favorites to beat the New England Patriots. The game starts at 1 p.m. ET. It will be broadcast on FOX. Live stream of the game can be accessed through DirecTV and through a FuboTV free trial. Both teams enter the match with 1-1 records. Baltimore lost to the Miami Dolphins in Week 2. New York Patriots lost 20-7 to Miami in the first game and beat Pittsburgh Steelers 17-14 in week 2, but are still struggling.
The New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens are playing a week 3 NFL game at Gillette Stadium. The Ravens lost to the Dolphins 42-38 in the fourth quarter. New York Patriots beat the Steelers 17-14 in their last game. The Patriots are 4-1 ATS in last 5 games at home and 5-2 AATS in 7 games on turf. Andrew's free pick is to pick the Ravens. He likes them to cover. It's a fun game and a good bet. For the rest of the week, he's going to stick with the Baltimore. They're a 3-point favorite.
Patriots cover the +3 spread and the total is under 44.
The New England Patriots take on the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday (September 25) in the NFL.
The Baltimore Ravens lost to Miami 42-38 in Week 2. The New England Patriots defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 17-14 last week. New York is coming off a shocker against Miami. New Zealand is 1-1 this season and is struggling on offense. Baltimore is 4-0 ATS in their last 4 games following an ATCO loss and 1.6-2 AT in last 8 Week 3 games. Under is 12-4 in Baltimore’s last 16 road games and over is 6-3 in NewEngland's last 6 home games against AFC.
New England Patriots host the Baltimore Ravens in their home opener on Sunday. The Patriots' offense is looking to take another step forward. Lamar Jackson is the NFL's most dangerous player. Both teams are looking for their first win of the season. The game will be played at Gillette Stadium. New England hasn't allowed a rushing touchdown or an opponent to total 100 yards.
Ravens lost to Dolphins last week. They travel to Foxborough to take on the Patriots. New England won last game against the Steelers. The Patriots are well-coached and have a good chance to win. The Ravens lost the opening game to the Dolphins. Ravens need to keep their foot on gas against New Patriots on Sunday.
Patriots-Ravens rivalry is a bit lopsided, but it is indeed a rivalry. The Patriots have won 9 of 11 regular-season meetings with Baltimore. They beat the Ravens in the 2012 AFC Championship game. Ravens have split four playoff matchups with the Patriots. Patriots are playing their home opener against the Dolphins. Lamar Jackson is the quarterback for the team. He has thrown for 531 yards and six touchdowns with just one interception through two games. The Dolphins lost to the New England Patriots 42-38 last week.
The New England Patriots take on the Baltimore Ravens at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday at Gillette Stadium. It's the Patriots' first home game of the season after splitting road games at Miami and Pittsburgh. Baltimore is favored by 3 points in the latest Patriots vs. Ravens odds. The over/under is set at 43.5. SportsLine Projection Model simulates every NFL game 10,000 times and it has backed the Over.