St. Louis Rams vs. Baltimore Ravens Free Week 11 NFL Picks

David Lawrence

Saturday, November 21, 2015 5:13 PM GMT

St. Louis have lost 2 in a row & their offense has scored 31 points in those games. They're heading to Baltimore to face a Ravens squad that is playing for pride, lets review the betting odds inside.

Opening Odds & Line Movement
Open: -1 -105 at Pinnacle
The NFL odds opened up at -1 for the Rams on the road, but it has moved to +1.5, then +2, then +2.5. It went back down to +2, then 1.5 and as of Wednesday, it was back to +2.5. Good luck trying to figure out where this line will land. The Rams' defense looked terrible against Chicago in allowing 37 points, but when they play to their potential, it's a top-5 or top-10 group. The offense has never been a juggernaut, and it's promising that RB Todd Gurley is going home to Baltimore, but the Rams switched from Nick Foles to Case Keenum at quarterback. Foles isn't hurt, and that they're going to Keenu says a lot about what the 4-5 Rams are doing. Meanwhile, the Ravens are 2-7 and playing for next year, and coach John Harbaugh should have this team ready to go on Sunday.

Rams vs. Ravens Spread

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Rams vs. Ravens Totals

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Rams vs. Ravens Money Line

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Injuries
The Rams have lost G/T Jamon Brown for the season with a broken leg, and T Darrell Williams is out with a dislocated wrist. That isn't good news for Keenum or Gurley, who had rushed for at least 128 yards in four straight games, but has now gained 134 in the last two, although he found the end zone in both games.

For the Ravens, TE Nick Boyle (foot), LB Elvis Dumervil (knee) and G Kelechi Osemele (knee) were all held out of practice on Wednesday. C Jeremy Zuttah (pectorals), CB Asa Jackson (ankle) and WR Breshad Perriman (knee) are all on the injured reserve now.

 

Trends
St. Louis is 4-5 ATS so far this season, but have covered in just one of four games on the road. The Ravens have been the worst ATS team of the season, going 1-7-1 ATS and they've yet to cover in four home games. The total has gone down from 43 to 41, and the Rams have gone under six times this season; the Ravens have gone over five times.

The Ravens are 3-2 SU and 2-3 ATS in five games against the Rams since both teams moved to their current homes, going 3-1 SU and 2-2 ATS in four home games.

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