Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots – Week 3 Betting Preview


The Baltimore Ravens are road favorites against the New England Patriots in Week 3. Both teams have a 1-1 record, but the betting odds suggest that the Ravens are a tier above the Patriots.


Baltimore looked to be on its way to a 2-0 start until the team blew a 21-point, fourth-quarter lead against the Miami Dolphins in Week 2. After losing to Miami in the season opener, New England defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 17-14. The Patriots are one of three teams that hasn’t scored more than 17 points in a game. It could be a challenge for Mac Jones and Co. to keep pace with Lamar Jackson and the Ravens.

Let’s take a look at some key statistics and information about this matchup.

When is Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots Week 3? 

Date/Time: Sept. 25, 1 p.m. ET 
Arena: Gillette Stadium
How to watch: FOX
Opening odds: Ravens -3 | BAL -165, NE +140 | O/U 44

Week 3 Ravens vs. Patriots Betting Odds 

Here’s the latest point spread total for Sunday’s game.


Week 3 — Ravens vs. Patriots Stats to Know 

(Use the FTN Bets Prop Shop to find the best odds for player prop bets)

  • Ravens are 1-0 straight up and ATS as road favorites
  • Patriots are 0-4 straight up and ATS in their last four games as underdogs, including the playoffs
  • Both New England games have gone under the total
  • Ravens are first in yards per play (7.0) and tied for fourth in points per game (31.0)
  • Patriots are tied for 29th in points per game (12.0) 
  • Ravens are tied for fewest turnovers (1)
  • Patriots are fifth in opponents’ rushing yards per game (78.0) and yards per carry (3.5)
  • Ravens defense has surrendered five touchdowns in six red-zone trips
  • Patriots have scored no more than 17 points in three straight games, including the playoffs
  • Lamar Jackson has thrown three touchdown passes in both of Baltimore’s games
  • Mac Jones is averaging 232.5 passing yards per game 
  • Rashod Bateman leads Baltimore with 167 receiving yards
  • Jakobi Meyers leads New England with 13 receptions for 150 yards
  • No Baltimore running back has 40 rushing yards this season 
  • Damien Harris is averaging 59.5 rushing yards per game
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