M&T Bank Stadium is where the Miami Dolphins (1-0) will square off against the Baltimore Ravens (1-0) on Sunday, September 18, 2022.
Ravens vs. Dolphins Odds
The spread for this matchup is set at 3.5 points, with oddsmakers listing the Ravens as the favorites.
As for the moneyline, the Ravens have -170 odds to pick up the win, while the Dolphins are listed at +145 to claim victory.
Finally, the over/under for the game is set at 44.5 points.
How to Watch Ravens vs. Dolphins Live?
- Game Day: Sunday, September 18, 2022
- Game Time: 1:00 PM ET
- TV Channel: CBS
- Location: Baltimore, Maryland
- Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium
- The Ravens put roughly the same amount of points on the board per game last season (22.8) as the Dolphins allowed (21.9).
- Baltimore was 5-3 against the spread and 5-3 overall last season when the team scored over 21.9 points.
- The Ravens accumulated 378.8 yards per game last year, 41.3 more than the Dolphins allowed (337.5). The Ravens picked up 5.4 yards per play, while the Dolphins gave up 5.3.
- When Baltimore amassed over 337.5 yards last season, the team was 4-6 against the spread and 5-5 overall.
- The Ravens averaged 145.8 yards on the ground last year, 36.0 yards more than the Dolphins allowed to opposing rushing attacks (109.8).
- Baltimore had a 7-5 ATS record and a 6-6 overall record when the team ran for over 109.8 yards last season.
- The Dolphins’ average points scored last year, 20.1, was 3.0 fewer than the 23.1 the Ravens conceded.
- Miami was 5-1 against the spread and 4-2 overall in games when it scored more than 23.1 points last year.
- The Ravens’ defense surrendered 363.4 yards per game last year, 56.4 more than the 307.0 the Dolphins’ offense accumulated. The Dolphins gained 4.8 yards per play and the Ravens allowed 6.0.
- In games that Miami amassed over 363.4 yards last season, the team was 2-2 against the spread and 2-2 overall.
- The Ravens allowed opposing rushing attacks to average 84.5 yards per game last year, compared to the 92.2 yards the Dolphins gained on the ground.
- When Miami ran for over 84.5 yards last year it had a 6-1 ATS record and a 5-2 overall record.
Ravens vs. Dolphins Injury Report
Ravens: RB J.K. Dobbins: Questionable (Acl), CB Marlon Humphrey: Questionable (Groin), WR James Proche: Doubtful (Groin), DB Brandon Stephens: Questionable (Quad), FB Patrick Ricard: Questionable (Calf), DT Travis Jones: Questionable (Knee), OT Ronnie Stanley: Doubtful (Ankle), CB Marcus Peters: Questionable (Acl), CB Kyle Fuller: Out (Knee), OT Ja’Wuan James: Out (Achilles)
Dolphins: DT Christian Wilkins: Questionable (Back), OT Terron Armstead: Questionable (Toe), RB Salvon Ahmed: Questionable (Heel), TE Cethan Carter: Out (Head), CB Byron Jones: Out (Achilles), CB Trill Williams: Out (Acl), WR Cedrick Wilson: Questionable (Toe), TE Hunter Long: Out (Ankle), FB Austin Jackson: Out (Ankle)
Ravens vs. Dolphins Betting Analysis
Ravens Betting Insights
- The Ravens were 8-9-0 against the spread last year.
- The Ravens were winless ATS (0-7) when playing as at least 3.5-point favorites last season.
- Baltimore was the moneyline favorite 11 total times last season. They finished 6-5 in those games.
- In games it played as a moneyline favorite with odds of -170 or shorter, Baltimore went 3-4 (42.9%).
- Last season, eight of the Ravens’ 17 games hit the over.
Dolphins Betting Insights
- The Dolphins’ record against the spread last year was 10-6-1.
- The Dolphins had an ATS record of 4-3 as underdogs of 3.5 points or greater last year.
- Miami won four of the 10 games it played as underdogs last season.
- Miami had a record of 3-4 when it was set as an underdog of +145 or more by bookmakers last season.
- There were seven Dolphins games (out of 17) that hit the over last year.
Ravens vs. Dolphins Against The Spread & Betting Records
|Point Total AVG||46.6||47.7||45.4|
|Implied Total AVG||25.8||26.7||24.8|
|Moneyline Favorite Record||6-5||4-2||2-3|
|Moneyline Underdog Record||2-4||1-2||1-2|
|Point Total AVG||44.0||43.6||44.4|
|Implied Total AVG||24.7||24.3||25.1|
|Moneyline Favorite Record||5-2||3-1||2-1|
|Moneyline Underdog Record||4-6||3-2||1-4|
Players to Watch
- Lamar Jackson averaged 7.5 passing yards per attempt (ninth in the NFL) and 240.2 yards per game last year, completing 64.4% of his passes on the way to 2,882 total yards, 16 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in 12 games.
- Jackson also rushed for two touchdowns and 767 yards.
- Mark Andrews put together a 2021 stat sheet that included 107 catches (fifth in the NFL) for 1,361 yards (sixth in the NFL) and nine receiving touchdowns (ninth in the NFL) over 17 games played. He was on the receiving end of 154 targets and averaged 6.3 receptions per game.
- Mike Davis rushed for three touchdowns last year for the Falcons and totaled 503 rushing yards (29.6 per game and 3.6 per carry).
- In addition to his ground game, Davis grabbed 44 passes (on 58 targets) for 259 yards with one receiving touchdown. He averaged 15.2 yards per game.
- In seven games, Tyler Huntley had 1,081 passing yards, while throwing three touchdowns against four interceptions and completing 64.9% of his attempts.
- Huntley also had two rushing touchdowns and 294 rushing yards.
- In 2021, Patrick Queen put up 2.0 sacks to go with 10.0 TFL and 97 tackles in 17 games.
- Chuck Clark’s stats included two interceptions as well as 80 tackles, 3.0 TFL, 1.0 sack, and 12 passes defended.
- Josh Bynes had 2.0 sacks in addition to his 6.0 TFL and 76 tackles.
- For the Saints, Marcus Williams intercepted two passes to go with 74 tackles and eight passes defended.
- In addition to his 3,052 passing yards and 66.9% completion percentage last year for the Broncos, Teddy Bridgewater connected on 18 touchdowns against seven interceptions.
- In addition to the numbers he posted in the passing game, Bridgewater chipped in 106 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
- Tyreek Hill was a big contributor last season for the Chiefs, tallying 1,239 receiving yards and nine touchdowns on 111 catches.
- In 13 games, Tua Tagovailoa produced 2,653 yards (204.1 yards per game) with 16 touchdowns, 10 interceptions and a 67.8% completion percentage.
- On the ground, Tagovailoa posted 128 rushing yards and three touchdowns.
- Jaylen Waddle got 140 targets last year and turned them into 104 grabs (6.5 per game) for 1,015 yards and six TDs.
- On defense Jerome Baker, who played in 16 games, totaled 92 tackles, 9.0 TFL, 5.5 sacks, and one interception.
- On defense, Christian Wilkins compiled 4.5 sacks to go with 10.0 TFL and 89 tackles.
- Andrew Van Ginkel helped on defense with 71 tackles, 9.0 TFL, 4.0 sacks, and seven passes defended in 17 games.
- A key contributor on defense, Emmanuel Ogbah had 41 tackles, 9.0 TFL, 9.0 sacks, and 12 passes defended.
Ravens vs. Dolphins Predictions and Pick
Our prediction to win this matchup is the Ravens, and we project that Dolphins will cover the spread (Ravens -3.5). Finally, we see the scoring in this one going under the posted total of 44.5 points.
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