Ravens vs. Patriots: Point Spread, Odds & Over-Under

Julian Edelman and Tom Brady lead New England against Baltimore in Saturday's AFC Divisional Playoffs. (Getty)

Julian Edelman and Tom Brady lead New England against Baltimore in Saturday’s AFC Divisional Playoffs. (Getty)

The last time the Ravens and Patriots met in a playoff game in Foxboro, New England was an 8-point favorite.

The result of that 2013 AFC Championship Game: Ravens 28, Patriots 13.

When the teams meet again for a rematch in Gillette Stadium in their divisional playoff game Saturday, New England is a 7-point favorite (from most of the major sportsbooks, at least).

Baltimore is only 3-8 in its last 11 games against New England, but coach John Harbaugh is 2-1 vs. the Pats in the postseason.

Here are the betting lines you need to know:


Ravens-Patriots Point Spread

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Pinnacle Sports: Patriots -7

Bovada: Patriots -7

Westgate: Patriots -7

BetOnline: Patriots -7

The Patriots were 5-3 against the spread at home this season. The Ravens were 4-4 ATS on the road.

But New England hasn’t been too good in home playoff games recently. The Pats are 3-6 against the spread at Gillette Stadium since 2008. Baltimore, on the other hand, is 5-1 ATS in road playoff games since 2011.


Ravens-Patriots Over-Under

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Pinnacle Sports: 47.5

Bovada: 48

Westgate: 47

BetOnline: 47.5

The last 2 playoff games between the Ravens and Patriots, the under was the winner.

The Patriots went over in 10 games this season, but just once in their final 6 games. Baltimore went under in 9 games, including the last 4 regular season games. The Ravens’ playoff game against the Steelers last week was a push.


Ravens-Patriots Money Line

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Pinnacle Sports: Ravens 3.480 Patriots 1.375

Bovada: None posted

Westgate: Ravens +250 Patriots -300

BetOnline: Ravens +245 Patriots -290



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