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It hasn’t been the best season in the world for either the Baltimore Ravens or the Pittsburgh Steelers. One though, will get back to .500 on the season and seize control of the last Wild Card slot in the AFC on Thanksgiving Day night when they meet at M&T Bank Stadium.
Both the Baltimore Ravens and the Chicago Bears are a game back in the loss column of their respective division leads. They’ll both try to get back on terms with a win against the other this week at Soldier Field.
Week 10 of the 2013 NFL season is said and done with, and today, we are going to be looking at some of the best and most valuable odds to win the Super Bowl as we continue on with the campaign.
AFC North rivals where hatred runs deep will duke it out on Sunday afternoon in a crucial NFL betting battle at Heinz Field, as the Pittsburgh Steelers hope to get back on track against the Baltimore Ravens.
Heavyweights that are expected to challenge for their division titles are going to meet in NFL betting action at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday, as the Baltimore Ravens take on the Green Bay Packers.
LB Ray Lewis will be inducted into the Ring of Honor on Sunday in what should be an emotional NFL betting battle between the Houston Texans and the Baltimore Ravens.
The Baltimore Ravens begin defense of last season’s Super Bowl title as heavy underdogs on the road. The main reason for such a wide spread is the number of question marks that surround this team coming into this season especially on defense. Joe Flacco got rewarded with a lucrative contract extension this offseason, but one of his primary targets in the passing game, Anquan Boldin,
After watching the Panthers for two games this preseason, there may actually be more questions for this team than answers especially on the offensive side of the ball. In limited action, Cam Newton has completed just 47.8 percent of his passes for 128 yards and zero touchdowns.
The 2013 NFL season is just around the corner, and today at Bang the Book, we’re going to take a look at the 10 best ‘over’ teams from the 2012 campaign.
The Baltimore Ravens definitively won their championship last year with the old cliché of running the ball and playing good defense. Oh sure, QB Joe Flacco was a monster in the second season, and he was able to get the job done when it mattered most, but the foundation of the team was its ‘D’. This year, Baltimore has one of the many defenses that we think could make a big time difference when we’re talking about wins and losses. Check out the Top 10 defenses that we are keeping an eye on this year in the NFL!