Jets vs. Ravens, 12/12/19 NFL Week 15 Predictions & Betting Odds

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Updated: December 12, 2019

Jets vs. Ravens Total Prediction

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The Thursday Night Football matchup pits the Jets and Ravens against each other at 8:20 p.m. ET in a matchup with a current over/under of 45. What’s the best play for bettors when it comes to the total tonight?

Game Snapshot

301 New York Jets (+16.5) at 302 Baltimore Ravens (-16.5); O/U 45

8:20 p.m. ET, Thursday, December 12, 2019

M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

Public Betting Odds

According to our NFL Public Betting Chart page, the Jets are drawing 51% of the betting tickets ahead of Thursday night’s game.

New York Jets Fantasy Spin

Jets SS Jamal Adams (foot) is doubtful for Week 15 against the Ravens. The Jets will likely be without stalwart interior linemen Quinnen Williams, starting CBs Arthur Maulet and Brian Poole, and SS Adams against Baltimore’s No. 1 offense on Thursday. This is a situation to avoid entirely if you’re (un)fortunate to roster any of New York’s skill players in the fantasy playoffs. Adams is officially considered “day-to-day.”

Baltimore Ravens Fantasy Spin

Lamar Jackson (quad) is questionable for Week 15 against the Jets. Jackson was a full participant at practice Wednesday and reaffirmed earlier in the week that he would play. Fantasy players shouldn’t waste brain cells overthinking this situation: Jackson is inarguably Week 15’s No. 1 quarterback against New York’s injury-riddled defense.

New York

The over is 5-1 in the Jets’ last six games after accumulating more than 350 total yards in their previous game but the under is 9-4 in their last 13 road contests in which they face an opponent with a winning home record.

Baltimore

The over is 4-1 in the Ravens’ last five games after allowing less than 150 yards passing in their previous game.

NFL Prediction

The under has been profitable in Baltimore this season, cashing in five of the Ravens’ last seven home games. The under is also 5-1 in their last six games as a home favorite and is 7-3 in the Jets’ last 10 conference games. Adam Gase gets too pass-heavy at times, but I don’t see why he would try to attack one of the best defensive backfields in the league and not give the ball more to a frustrated Le’Veon Bell. If that’s the case, with the Ravens already running the ball at will on every opponent, I see the clock moving quickly and the score falling under the total.

NFL WEEK 15 PREDICTION: JETS/RAVENS UNDER 45



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