The Denver Broncos (3-0) will look to keep their three-game winning streak alive when they take on the Baltimore Ravens (2-1) in Week 4. The Ravens ( ) and the Broncos ( to win on the moneyline) match up on October 3, 2021 at 4:25 PM ET on CBS. The contest’s total is currently listed at .
In this article we break down everything you need to know before placing a bet on the game. That includes key metrics, injury statuses, weather conditions, and up-to-date odds.
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of October 2, 2021, 4:19 AM ET. See the table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Ravens Vs. Broncos Betting Odds
Ravens Vs. Broncos Player Props
Ravens Vs. Broncos Betting Angles
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Ravens Vs. Broncos Weather
The weather report for Denver on Sunday is dry (clear sky) and calm (6 mph winds), with a high temperature of 78 degrees Fahrenheit (as of 4:19 AM on October 2).
Ravens Vs. Broncos Injury Report
|Nick Boyle||TE||Knee (mcl)||Out|
|J.K. Dobbins||RB||Knee (acl)||Out|
|Rashod Bateman||WR||Core Muscle||Questionable|
|Melvin Gordon III||RB||Ribs/lower Leg||Questionable|
|Duke Dawson Jr.||CB||Knee (acl)||Out|
|DaeSean Hamilton||WR||Torn Acl||Out|
|Josey Jewell||ILB||Torn Pectoral||Out|
|KJ Hamler||WR||Torn Acl||Out|
Ravens Offense Vs. Broncos Defense
|Ravens Offense||Stats (Rank)||Broncos Defense|
|27.3 (11)||Points/Gm||8.7 (1)|
|0.43 (9)||Points/Play||0.16 (1)|
|424.7 (4)||Yards/Gm||221.7 (2)|
|253.7 (20)||Pass Yards/Gm||181.7 (3)|
|185.3 (1)||Rush Yards/Gm||59.3 (2)|
|6.6 (5)||Yards/Play||4.1 (2)|
|8.7 (7)||Yards/Pass||5.2 (1)|
|5.7 (1)||Yards/Rush||3.6 (7)|
|30.3% (31)||3rd Down %||38.9% (14)|
|87.5% (3)||Red Zone %||33.3% (1)|
|5 (24)||Turnovers||5 (7)|
|8 (21)||Sacks||8 (10)|
Broncos Offense Vs. Ravens Defense
|Broncos Offense||Stats (Rank)||Ravens Defense|
|25.3 (12)||Points/Gm||28.3 (26)|
|0.39 (17)||Points/Play||0.45 (26)|
|387.0 (14)||Yards/Gm||393.7 (24)|
|275.7 (11)||Pass Yards/Gm||331.7 (30)|
|127.0 (8)||Rush Yards/Gm||79.0 (8)|
|5.9 (12)||Yards/Play||6.2 (26)|
|8.7 (7)||Yards/Pass||8.4 (26)|
|4.0 (15)||Yards/Rush||3.6 (7)|
|35.1% (25)||3rd Down %||35.5% (8)|
|42.9% (26)||Red Zone %||60.0% (13)|
|2 (3)||Turnovers||3 (17)|
|7 (17)||Sacks||5 (23)|
When The Ravens Have The Ball
- The Ravens have committed the ninth-most turnovers in the league (5), and are playing the seventh-ranked Broncos defense which has forced five.
- Baltimore has a 30.3% third-down conversion rate, 31st in the NFL. Denver allows third-down conversions on 38.9% of its opponents’ attempts (14th).
- The Ravens’ 253.7 passing yards per game ranks 20th in the NFL. The Broncos’ defense gives up 181.7 through the air (third in the league).
- Baltimore has conceded eight sacks to rank 21st in the league. Denver’s defense has totaled eight (10th-most).
When The Broncos Have The Ball
- The Broncos’ passing attack averages 8.7 yards per pass attempt (seventh in the NFL). The Ravens allow 8.4 per pass (26th in the league).
- The 275.7 passing yards per game Denver averages ranks 11th in the NFL, while the 331.7 Baltimore allows ranks 30th in the league.
- The Broncos are successful on 35.1% of their third-down plays (25th in the league). The Ravens’ defense gives up third-down conversions at a 35.5% clip (eighth).
- Denver has committed two turnovers, third-lowest in the NFL, while Baltimore has forced three turnovers (16th-fewest in the league).
Ravens Betting Trends And Insights
- Baltimore has won one game against the spread this season.
- The Ravens have not covered the spread when favored by 1 point or more this season (in two opportunities).
- This season, games featuring Baltimore have gone over the point total twice.
- Baltimore’s games have had a combined total of more than 44.5 points two times this season (in three outings).
- The Ravens have been the moneyline favorite only two other times so far this season, and they split the two games.
Broncos Betting Trends And Insights
- Denver has won three games against the spread this season, while failing to cover zero times.
- Denver and its opponents have not hit the over yet this year.
- Denver has yet to play a game this season that ended with a combined score higher than 44.5 points.
- This is the first time the Broncos will play as underdogs this season.
Ravens Players To Watch
- Lamar Jackson has thrown for 761 yards (53-for-87), with three touchdowns and three interceptions (253.7 yards per game). He’s also carried the ball 35 times for a team-high 251 yards and two scores, averaging 83.7 YPG.
- So far this season Ty’Son Williams has rushed for 164 yards (54.7 per game), with one touchdown.
- Marquise Brown has 15 catches (on 23 targets) and leads the team with 235 receiving yards (78.3 per game) while hauling in two touchdowns.
- Sammy Watkins has tacked on 12 receptions (on 22 targets) for 208 yards.
- Mark Andrews is averaging 62.0 yards per game, with 13 catches for 186 yards.
- Chuck Clark has notched a team-leading 1.0 sack, while adding 1.0 TFL and 17 tackles.
- Patrick Queen has collected 24 tackles, 1.0 TFL, and 1.0 sack, and he’s tops on his team in tackles.
- Anthony Averett has intercepted one pass to lead the team while adding 14 tackles and three passes defended.
Broncos Players To Watch
- Teddy Bridgewater has thrown for 827 yards while completing 76.8% of his passes, with four touchdowns and zero interceptions (275.7 yards per game). He’s also carried the ball 11 times for 44 yards.
- Melvin Gordon III has churned out a team-best 192 rushing yards (64.0 per game) and two touchdowns. He has added six receptions for 76 yards .
- So far this year Javonte Williams has rushed for 138 yards on 39 carries (46.0 yards per game), with one touchdown.
- Courtland Sutton has hauled in 15 catches for 210 yards, best on his team. He averages 70.0 receiving yards per game.
- Tim Patrick has been targeted 13 times, and chipped in with 174 yards (on 12 catches) and two touchdowns.
- Noah Fant is averaging 36.7 yards per game, with 12 catches for 110 yards and one touchdown.
- This season Von Miller leads the team with 4.0 sacks and has added 6.0 TFL and eight tackles.
- Justin Strnad’s 12 tackles mean he’s the team’s leading tackler.
- This season Caden Sterns leads the team with one interception and has added two passes defended.
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