MNF RAVENS VS BROWNS Prediction, ODDS: BALTIMORE EXPERT RELEASES SPREAD PICK TONIGHT’S GAME
SportsLine’s all-time No. 1 expert Mike Tierney entered this season up $3,704 on all NFL picks and is 17-7 in his last 24 spread picks involving Baltimore MNF Ravens vs Browns Prediction
Two teams with playoff aspirations collide on Monday Night Football (MNF Ravens vs Browns Prediction) when Cleveland host the Baltimore at FirstEnergy Stadium. Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. ET.
He also has had a sharp eye for the tendencies of the Ravens, posting a stunning 17-7 record in his last 24 against-the-spread picks involving Baltimore! Anyone who has followed him is WAY UP.
MNF Ravens vs Browns Prediction, Two teams with playoff aspirations collide on Monday Night Football when the Cleveland Browns host the Baltimore Ravens at FirstEnergy Stadium. Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. ET. Baltimore is a three-point favorite in the latest Ravens vs. Browns odds from William Hill Sportsbook, while the Over-Under for total points scored is 45.5.
Before locking in any Browns vs. Ravens picks or NFL predictions, you NEED to see what SportsLine’s all-time No. 1 NFL expert, Mike Tierney, has to say.
A national sportswriter whose work appears in The New York Times and Los Angeles Times, Tierney has covered the NFL for decades and reported from seven Super Bowls. He prefers to evaluate each game from the underdog’s point of view and has used that philosophy to dominate the NFL, going 66-44 against the spread in 2019 and 63-46 in 2018. Tierney entered the 2020 season with a 282-222 record at SportsLine (2016-19) on all NFL picks, returning $3,704 to $100 players.
Now he’s studied Ravens vs. Browns from every possible angle. We can tell you he’s leaning Under the total, and he’s also found a critical X-factor that makes one side of the spread hit HARD! You ABSOLUTELY need to see it before you lock in your own picks.
Here is Tierney’s pick and analysis (posted Thursday):
BALTIMORE RAVENS AT CLEVELAND BROWNS | 12/14 | 8:15 p.m. ET
The coronavirus ravaged the Ravens like no other NFL team. In normal times, Baltimore rules over Cleveland, and a semblance of normalcy has returned. Under coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens are 21-4 straight-up in the series, with a 38-6 trouncing early this season. They have missed covering in just two of the past dozen visits to Cleveland. The Browns have emerged from their extended doldrums this year but are not as good as their 9-3 record suggests: 17th in offense, 19th in defense.
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