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п»їMonday Night Football FanDuel Picks: NFL DFS lineup advice for Week 14 Ravens-Browns single-game tournaments.
In the first game of the season, the Ravens absolutely crushed the Browns by a score of 38-6 and appeared to be on their way toward another season as one of the AFC's top teams. Meanwhile, the Browns looked like they were set to produce yet another losing season. Three months later, everything has changed. The Browns are 9-3 and just a 1.5 games back of the Steelers for first place in the AFC North. As for the Ravens, they're fighting for the seventh seed in the conference. As the two teams jockey for playoff position, NFL DFS players have to be excited about this game, as it will be hard fought and competitive. Despite that, our FanDuel Single-game lineup is still favoring one side that has a clear matchup edge in this contest.
Our lineup consists of four Ravens and one Brown this week. Though the opener was so long ago, the Ravens proved in that contest that when they're fully healthy, they have the personnel needed to stretch the Browns thin on both sides of the ball. After battling a COVID outbreak, the Ravens finally are healthy and they'll have a chance to get back on track in this game and make a playoff push. Our money was, for the most part, evenly distributed throughout this group with one caveat: We are spending up to play the top-priced QB on this slate as our MVP.
FanDuel Single-Game Picks: Browns vs. Ravens.
MVP (1.5x points): Lamar Jackson, Ravens ($17,000)
Most of the time when Jackson plays, he is a must-havein single-game lineups. His rushing upside (60.4 yards per game on the ground this season) always gives him a high floor and helps him meet his lofty price. It's no different in this matchup. The Browns have allowed the eighth-most FanDuel points per game to QBs this season, and through 12 outings, they have surrendered 25 passing TDs. That puts them on pace to surrender about two tonight against the Ravens. If Jackson can log a couple of TDs and continue to run well, he will have a big day. As much as his running ability lifts his floor, his passing potential gives him a high ceiling, so even though he'll be the most popular MVP on this slate, we feel the need to go with him, as few, if any, players will produce more fantasy points than him in this matchup.
FLEX: JK Dobbins, Ravens ($11,500)
In each of his past two games, Dobbins has run for at least 70 yards and a TD. He is still splitting time in the Ravens backfield with Gus Edwards, Mark Ingram, and Justice Hill, but Dobbins is the clear leader and is the most explosive playmaker of the group. It's also worth noting that Dobbins had two TDs on seven carries against the Browns in the opener, and while he only had 22 rushing yards, the TDs are what matter most. Dobbins should continue to see his role grow in the Ravens offense, and if he can catch some passes and extend his TD streak to three games, he will be a top play. Plus, having him and Jackson in this lineup will give us almost all of the Ravens' rushing offense depending on what Edwards and Ingram can do in what looks like a difficult matchup for them.
FLEX: Kareem Hunt, Browns ($11,000)
Going with Hunt instead of Chubb is where we'll try to gain a little bit of lineup differentiation. Many will be focused on Chubb, who has at least 11.4 FanDuel points in his past four games and is averaging 116 rushing yards per game in that span, as the Browns back to own. However, Hunt may be the better play depending on the game script. If the Ravens get up by double digits, the Browns will have to throw more to try to get back in this game. That would be more Hunt-friendly. The last time these two teams met, Hunt out-touched Chubb 17-11 and outgained him 81-66. That could happen once again, so given that Hunt is $3,500 cheaper than Chubb and is still averaging 15.8 touches over his past four games, we'll take a chance on him as the lone Browns player in this lineup.
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FLEX: Mark Andrews, Ravens ($10,500)
Andrews has missed the last two Ravens games after a positive COVID test, but it seems that he will be back in action against the Browns. In his two games before that, Andrews had averaged eight targets, six catches, and 78.5 yards over his previous two games while logging one TD. He was starting to heat up and re-develop some chemistry with Jackson, and he could rekindle that against the Browns. Cleveland has allowed the second-most FanDuel points per game to TEs this season and that includes a five-catch, 58-yard, two-TD performances allowed to Andrews in Week 1. Andrews is a bit underpriced here, and by stacking him with Jackson, we have a great chance at double points.
FLEX: Marquise Brown, Ravens ($10,000)
Speaking of players that are starting to heat up, how about Hollywood Brown? In his past two games, Brown has been targeted 16 times (eight in each game) and has averaged 4.5 catches, 62 yards, and a TD per contest. He is a big-time deep threat and with Cleveland's best cornerback, Denzel Ward, out on Monday night, Brown could have a chance to rip off another long play. Brown is a boom-or-bust option, but the boom potential is worth it in this lineup. If you'd rather target a lower-budget option to earn more lineup differentiation, Willie Snead ($7,500) and Rashard Higgins ($9,500) stand out, but Brown is the best of the mid-level options on this slate.

Monday Night Football Predictions Week 14: Ravens at Browns.
Don’t look now, but we are running hot. We’ve correctly predicted the last six Monday Night Football games, including both games last week when we took Washington plus the points and Buffalo on the moneyline. This week, we try to extend our winning streak to seven games as we have to choose from a very pivotal game in the AFC North between the Ravens and the Browns. Both of these teams come into this game having won their last game, but it’s the Browns who are among the hottest teams in the league, having won four straight contests. In fact, in classic 2020 fashion, the Browns actually had their Week 15 games against the Giants flexed into Sunday Night Football at the expense of “America’s Team,” the Dallas Cowboys. If that doesn’t give you an indication of how weird 2020 has been, nothing else will.
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This game between the Ravens and Browns has major playoff implications. And with only four weeks left in the regular season, both teams can ill-afford a bad performance. So, who do we trust more? If you keep reading, I’ll let you know.
Ravens at Browns Betting Story Lines.
As for the Browns, this is perhaps the biggest game they’ve been a part of in quite some time. With a win here, they could further cement their status as a playoff team with a little help from elsewhere. The Browns are rolling right now, having won four straight games, including last week against the Titans. The final score line suggests the game was closer than it was. However, make no mistakes about it, the Browns were up 38-7 before coasting home the rest of the way. The offense has really taken steps forward this season, buoyed by a second-ranked rushing attack. It’ll be interesting to see which avenue the Browns choose to go against the Ravens, who rank 14th in passing yards allowed and 13th in rushing yards allowed (not great, but not poor).
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Why I like the Browns ATS on MNF vs. Ravens.
The Browns have a shot at extending their winning streak to five games and could cover the spread as underdogs against the Ravens on Monday.
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The Cleveland Browns will host the Baltimore Ravens in a Monday Night Football matchup to wrap up Week 14. The game is set to kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on ESPN.
Baltimore is favored at -150 on DraftKings Sportsbook despite being the visiting team and ranking third in the AFC North. Cleveland is riding a four-game winning streak and excels and has a good chance to slow down the Ravens’ one-dimensional offense because of its stout run defense. I like the Browns’ odds to cover the spread at FirstEnergy Field against a division rival that’s underperformed all year.
It’s not surprising that Cleveland is a 3-point underdog in this game. The Browns haven’t won by more than six points in eight Weeks. They topped the Indianapolis Colts by 9 points in Week 5 and have struggled to win a convincing fashion since then. The Browns’ pass defense leaves a lot to be desired Baltimore is unlikely to stretch the field through the air.
The Ravens lead the NFL in rushing yards but are also dead-last in passing yards. Lamar Jackson can be dangerous on the ground when paired with two or three viable backs but Cleveland has a top 10 run defense that held rushing leader Derrick Henry to 60 yards in Week 13. Only seven teams have given up fewer rushing yards than the Browns this season so J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards, or Mark Ingram could have to fire on all cylinders to give Jackson enough support to win. Jackson has thrown for under 200 yards in three of his last four games.
Cleveland is only second to Baltimore in rushing yards thanks to Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. If Baker Mayfield continues to show growth as a passer this game will be the Browns’ game to lose. He’s thrown for 592 yards with six touchdowns and no interceptions in his last two games.

How the public is betting Ravens vs. Browns on Monday Night Football in Week 14.
The Ravens will try to complete a season sweep of the upstart Browns in Week 14. We breakdown how the public is picking this one.
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Week 14 will actually end tonight with the Ravens and Browns matching up in an AFC North battle. The Browns have won four in a row and sit at 9-3 while the Ravens righted the ship last Thursday night when they beat the Cowboys to go 7-5. The Steelers, despite their recent trouble, still sit at 11-2 atop the division.
The Browns went on the attack last week as they swamped the Tennessee Titans early and then held on for a 41-35 win. It was a good win, as the Titans are likely playoff bound, while the Ravens recently hit a tough patch of three straight losses, which weren’t helped by multiple starters missing due to Covid-19. A 34-17 win over the Cowboys might not be a a big win in terms of opponent, but it stopped the bleeding.
Now the Ravens are mostly back to a full complement of players as they take on a Browns team they smashed in Week 1, 38-6, but one that has obviously improved. Both teams have a good chance of making the playoffs, but the winner of this game gets their chances bumped in a big way. That means this game should have the feel of a division rivalry with playoff hopes on the line.
With that being said, where are the bettors placing their money to begin Week 14? Let’s discuss it below! All the odds and info are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook .
Point Spread.
The Ravens are favored by 3 points heading into this Monday Night Football matchup. The public doesn’t like that line for the Ravens though, as they are siding with the Browns with 60 percent of the handle and 57 percent of the actual bets favor the Browns.
Is the public right?
No. The public is riding the Baker Mayfield wave and right now it is peaking after a huge performance against the Titans. Mayfield has improved this season and has shown he can put up points with the best of them, but he’s yet to show consistency.
The public is also down on Lamar Jackson and the Ravens, as neither haven’t dominated like they did last season. Some of that is teams handling Lamar Jackson better, some is just regression from peak efficiency and some is just Covid-19 taking out key players and messing with practices and schedules.
The Ravens are still a stacked team defensively and will finally be healthy again on offense while the Browns are coming off a big win against the AFC South leading Titans. This game should be a good one, especially compared to their first meeting, but the Browns still have work to do if they want to take the Ravens down.
The point total for this Monday night contest is set at 45.5. As of now, 66% of the bets are siding with the over, along with 76% of the handle.
Is the public right?
The Browns are coming off an offensive explosion of 41 points against a bad Titans defense and a big chunk of their games have also been in awful weather. When they’ve had good conditions, they’ve put up solid points. Of course, the Steelers, Raiders and Ravens held them to seven, six and six points. We’ve seen a mixed bag with big points against weak defenses and vice versa.
The Ravens have continued to put up good points, but nothing like their amazing numbers last season. Right now they set at 12th in the NFL with 26.3 points per game while the Browns are 14th at 25.5 points per game. As far as points allowed, the Ravens rank fourth at 19.2 points per game allowed while the Browns are 24th at 26.8 points allowed.
With the Browns offense playing well and the Ravens getting healthy, I think we can feel good about the over, as I don’t see the Ravens completely shutting down the Browns like they did in their first matchup.
Is the public right?
The odds here make the Browns money wager much more enticing and we’ve seen the Browns come up with more wins than the Ravens this season. This isn’t a cut and dry easy Ravens win on paper, but I am leaning that way and wouldn’t want to bet on the Browns straight up. That being said, the line is good enough to contemplate a Browns pick, but I’d probably want to see better odds to make the plunge.

December 14, 2020.
When it comes to NFL betting, there are often few better wagers to gamble on than NFL odds boosts. They are bets that are exactly what they sound like: Promotions from sportsbooks that move the odds in your favor on certain bets. Most of them are the specific prop bets that you might be searching for by yourself, and oftentimes the odds are fairly enticing. Rarely can you make a lot of money on these bets because of limits, but our job is to highlight the best NFL prop bets and NFL picks to wager on every weeks. We scour the internet trying to find the best NFL odds boosts for you every day from every sportsbook. Today, it’s a Week 14 AFC North battle on Monday Night Football between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns.
This is a very intriguing betting matchup for a Week 14 primetime game, with both quarterbacks and multiple skill positions as strong candidates for odds boosts. Unfortunately, there were too many odds boosts tied to a specific outcome in the game, and I avoided those because I feel this game is a true coin flip. Still, I’ll touch on both Cleveland’s Baker Mayfield , Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson and their two very different skill sets. We’ll also look at the weapons around them on offense and how the two teams will try to attack their opponent’s weaknesses. Either way, it should be a fun night of football on the shores of Lake Erie tonight.
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We saw last week what Mayfield could do if the Browns opened up the playbook, and I expect Cleveland will try a similar approach in this game. Tennessee clearly tried to slow down Cleveland’s rushing attack, which opened up the passing game for Mayfield, and he took full advantage. The Browns offense will obviously try to keep the ball on the ground with Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt , but I think the first half last week proved Cleveland doesn’t need to rely on those two to power the offense. There is a new confidence in Mayfield’s ability to win games with his arm that might translate into this week.
Mayfield went through a slump earlier this season after tossing five touchdowns in a win over the Bengals. He didn’t throw a single touchdown (or interception for that matter) in three straight weeks and didn’t complete more than 60 percent of his passes in any of those games. The last two weeks, however, he’s thrown six touchdowns (and zero interceptions) while becoming more confident, more accurate and a better decision maker. Despite not having Odell Beckham , Mayfield has made the Browns passing attack a threat again, and he’ll try to spread out the Ravens in the red zone in order to maximize his scoring chances.
I am a big fan of this wager because the success of both of these teams hinges on the success of these two players. As much as the focal point of the Browns offense is Mayfield, Chubb has been a major engine in the two-headed backfield that has propelled Cleveland to such a strong record. All he has done is being productive when healthy this season, with three 100-yard games and three with a touchdown in the last four weeks since returning from injury. He’ll be a critical part of the Browns’ offense, and he has the speed and agility to break one if the Ravens aren’t sound in their rushing defense. Chubb will also get his touches on the goal line and might be able to muscle his way into the end zone for the Browns.
Jackson didn’t have to run much in the opening week when Baltimore smacked down the Browns at home, but he’s become a far different quarterback now. Those 275 passing yards in that game were the most he’s had all season, and he’s only thrown for 200 yards three other times this season. His seven rushes in the first meeting were the second fewest he’s had all season, and he’s now rushed the ball at least 10 times in five straight games. As much as the Ravens will rely on their backfield, they are going to need Jackson to make a big play with his feet against this athletic Browns defense. He’s only rushed for four touchdowns, but I think Chubb will exploit the aggressive nature of Cleveland’s pass rush to add a fifth to his tally.
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The Ravens are not going to throw the ball much unless they have to, so it makes sense for their first touchdown to come on the ground. As tempting as it is to guess Jackson as the first touchdown scorer, I think Baltimore is going to save Jackson around the goal line early and let its running backs do the heavy lifting. We’ve seen Dobbins become the feature back in the Ravens backfield, so he’ll get those first chances to break through against this Browns defense. Cleveland held up well last week against Tennessee, but the Ravens won’t be punched in the mouth as easily as the Titans were last week.
On the other sideline, it would make too much sense for Chubb or Hunt to get the honor of scoring the first touchdown. But I think the Browns will try to test this Ravens secondary early, and there’s no one better to bet on in that scenario than Landry. He’s become a major focal point of the offense the last two weeks, with 21 combined targets for 16 catches, 205 yards and two touchdowns. If the Browns need a big play on offense early, it will be Landry who provides it in the passing game. Given how much the Browns are letting Mayfield throw the ball now, I expect he’ll come out firing and try to establish a connection with Landry early in this game.
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