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Date: Sunday, Oct. 18 | Time: 1 p.m. ET
Location: Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, Penn.)
TV: CBS

The Baltimore Ravens have won four of their first five games, but they find themselves one-half game out of first place in the AFC North. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Eagles have won just one of their first five contests but are in the same situation in the NFC East. The Eagles will attempt to post their first home victory of the season when they host the Ravens on Sunday. Kickoff from Lincoln Financial Field is set for 1 p.m. ET.

Philadelphia fell to 1-3-1 with its 38-29 setback at Pittsburgh last Sunday but has a chance to overtake Dallas for first place in a soft division. The Ravens are right on the heels of Pittsburgh after posting a dominant 27-3 home victory over Cincinnati in Week 5. Baltimore is a 9.5-point favorite in the latest Ravens vs. Eagles odds from William Hill, while the over-under is 46.5. Before making any Eagles vs. Ravens picks, check out the latest NFL predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

Ravens vs. Eagles Week 6 picks, odds: Point spread, total player props and betting trends
Lamar Jackson and the Ravens enter as road favorites against the Eagles in

The Baltimore Ravens are looking to keep pace in the AFC North when they travel to Philadelphia to face the Eagles in Week 6. Baltimore is currently riding a two-game winning streak after falling to the Chiefs on Monday Night Football in Week 3. Meanwhile, the Eagles have stumbled out of the gate in 2020, moving to a 1-3-1 record after a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Lamar Jackson has somewhat come back down to earth from his MVP season of a year ago but still has the Ravens as one of the premier teams in the conference. The same can’t be said for Carson Wentz as the Eagles quarterback has struggled with inconsistency through the first quarter of the season. Of course, that could partially be due to Wentz not having his entire complement of pass-catchers healthy.

In this space, we’ll be diving into all the betting angles of this matchup, including the spread, total, and a few player props that we find especially enticing. We’ll also show you the latest trends and how the line movement went throughout the week. All odds via William Hill Sportsbook.
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This spread stayed relatively stable as the week progressed up until the final injury report dropped. After opening with Baltimore -7 on Sunday, Monday saw it tick up a half-point. Then on Friday, the Ravens shot up to 9.5-point favorites after Lane Johnson, DeSean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery were among the Eagles to be ruled out.

The pick: Ravens -9.5. Lamar Jackson and the Ravens are a road favorite in this one, which is a position that has proven extremely lucrative for bettors leading their way. For his career, Jackson is 5-0-1 ATS when favored by six or more points on the road, which only adds to his 10-2-1 overall ATS road record. The Ravens are 3-0-1 as touchdown favorites this season. On the other side, Carson Wentz is the other side of Jackson’s coin. The Eagles QB has the worst cover percentage (34%) in the NFL since 2018 (min. 15 starts).
Over/Under 46.5

The total opened at 47.5, and moved a decent amount. It fell a full point on Monday morning to only climb back up to the original number by Wednesday afternoon. On Friday after the injury report was released, the total dropped a point to 46.5

Lamar Jackson total rushing yards: Over 49.5. Jackson has the ability to gain almost all of these yards on one carry and has hit the Over in three of his five games this season. Don’t let last week’s three-yard rushing performance scare you. A massive part of Jackson’s game is running the ball and that’ll continue in Week 6.

Carson Wentz total passing yards: Under 245.5. Wentz has only hit this Over twice this season and is facing a Ravens secondary that is a top-10 pass unit in the NFL through the first five weeks. Quarterbacks have been able to find success through the air against them, but Wentz hasn’t instilled enough confidence to have a strong day against this unit.

Carson Wentz total interceptions: Over .5 (-140). Wentz has not only thrown an interception in every game he’s played in this season, but already has four multi-interception days this year.

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