The best sportsbooks favor the Baltimore Ravens by 15.5 points over the New York Jets, as the spread goes for their Week 15 NFL football game on December 12 at 8:20 p.m. ET at M&T Bank Stadium.
New York Jets vs. Baltimore Ravens NFL Week 15 Odds by Xbet.ag
|Jets||+15 (-105)||44½ (-110)||+711|
|Ravens||-15 (-115)||44½ (-110)||-1100|
Betting NY Jets
The Jets held off the Dolphins 22-21 in Week 14 as five-point home favorites. Therefore, they did not covered the spread established by the best online sportsbooks. Starting QB Sam Darnold went 20 of 36 for 270 yards with two TDs, one pick, and one sack. Robby Anderson had 116 yards and one TD on seven receptions.
All told, the New York team gained 374 total yards. The Jets’ total offense (271.4 yards per game) is next-to-last in the league. As is their rushing offense (75.6 yards per game), despite running back Bilal Powell’s valiant 74-yard effort. Additionally, the Jets rank 30th in passing offense (195.8 ypg) and 29th scoring offense (17.4 ppg).
The Jets have the second-best run defense (78.8 yards allowed per game) but conceded the Dolphins 122 yards on the ground. Similarly, their 7th-ranked total defense (320.8 yards allowed per game) allowed Miami 362 all-purpose yards.
Per the best sportsbooks, the Jets are 7-15-1 ATS in their last 23 games overall. 4-9 ATS in their last 13 games after allowing more than 350 total yards in their previous game. And 4-9 ATS in their last 13 games after an ATS loss.
“According to SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano, the Jets might explore trading both running back Le’Veon Bell and safety Jamal Adams in the offseason. While it’s somewhat surprising the Jets would be interested in trading the superstar running back they signed to a huge contract after only one season and a 24-year-old star safety in the middle of his prime, it’s not entirely surprising after what unfolded just over a month ago, when the Jets fielded trade calls for both players, which didn’t offend Bell, but did bother Adams,” reports CBS Sports.com.
Betting Baltimore Ravens
The Ravens strung their ninth straight win with a 24-17 victory over the Bills in Week 14. And as, according to the best sportsbooks, 6.5-point road faves, they covered again following an ATS loss to the Niners. Baltimore’s league-leading scoring offense (33.1 ppg) has averaged fewer than half as many points in the last two games as they did in the previous three.
Everybody got that? Good. Starting QB Lamar Jackson went 16 of 25 for 145 yards with three TDs, one pick, and one sack. Hayden Hurst had 73 yards and one TD on three catches. The Black Birds may have the 26th-ranking passing offense. But they rank 2nd in total (408.2 ypg) and 1st in rushing offense (200.9 ypg). Even though Mark Ingram and Jackson combined for just 90 yards on the ground on Sunday. And the offense as a whole barely outgained Buffalo 257 total yards to 209.
The Ravens are 4-0 ATS in their last four games playing AFC teams. 6-1 ATS in their last seven games overall. And 6-1 ATS in their last seven games after a straight up win.
“I’m planning to win the game,” Jackson said, and added in reference to potential injuries: “If I’ve got to be out there all four quarters, that’s what it’s going to be.”
New York Jets vs. Baltimore Ravens NFL Week 15 Pick
If those trade rumors are true, that means the Jets are already thinking about next season. Which means they are just going through the motions. But even if they had their mind on Sunday’s game, they would still get brutalized by the Ravens.