Ravens vs. Giants NFL Betting Preview, Key Players, Odds, Insights, and Trends for Week 16

The Baltimore Ravens (9-5) are 10.0-point favorites as they try to continue their three-game winning streak in a matchup with the New York Giants (5-9) on Sunday, December 27, 2020 at M&T Bank Stadium. An over/under of 44.0 is set for the game. Make a pick with BetMGM’s online sportsbook on Ravens vs Giants and other week 16 NFL action HERE.

Where to Watch

  • Game Day: Sunday, December 27, 2020
  • Game Time: 1:00 PM ET
  • TV Channel: FOX
  • Location: Baltimore, MD
  • Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium

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Ravens vs Giants Betting Information
Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
Ravens -10.0 -110 -110 44.0 -110 -110 -510 380

Betting on the Ravens

  • Baltimore has an 8-5-1 record against the spread this year.
  • This season, the Ravens are 2-1-1 ATS when favored by 10.0 points or more.
  • This year, Baltimore’s games have gone under the point total in seven out of 14 opportunities (50%).
  • The Ravens, on average, score 6.6 more points per game this season (28.8) than the Giants allow (22.2).
  • In games where Baltimore score at least 28.8 points this season, they are 7-0 overall and 5-1-1 against the spread.
  • When the New York defense allows 22.2 points or fewer this year, the Giants have put together a 5-4 overall record and a 6-3 record against the spread.
  • Baltimore is 4-3 against the spread in home games this year, and is 4-3 overall at home.

Betting on the Giants

  • Most of New York’s games this year — 10 out of 14 — have finished under the point total (71.4%).
  • New York has compiled an 8-6 record against the spread this season.
  • New York’s record against the spread in away games this year is 6-1, and its record on the road overall is 3-4.
  • The Giants have averaged 3.1 fewer points per game this season (17.4) than the Ravens have allowed (20.5).
  • In games where New York scores at least 17.4 points this season, they are 4-3 overall and 5-2 against the spread.
  • When Baltimore allows opposing offenses to put 20.5 points or fewer on the scoreboard this year, they are 7-1 overall and 7-0-1 against the spread.

Betting on the Total – What to Look For

  • The average point total for Ravens games this year is 5.3 more points than the over/under of 44.0 in this matchup.
  • The average over/under for Giants games this year is 4.4 less points than the point total of 44.0 in this outing.
  • The Ravens and their opponents have recorded more than 44.0 points in 71.4% of their outings this year (10 of 14 opportunities).
  • New York and its opponents have combined to score more than 44.0 points in 28.6% of their games this season (four of 14 chances).
  • The Ravens and the Giants combine to average 2.2 more points per game than the over/under of 44.0 set for this game.
  • Opponents of the two teams average a combined 1.3 less points per game (42.7) than this matchup’s over/under of 44.0 points.

Ravens Key Players

  • Lamar Jackson has been a dual threat to lead Baltimore in both passing and rushing. He has 2,461 passing yards (175.8 ypg), completing 64.8% of his passes and tossing touchdown 21 passes and eight interceptions over the course of 14 games this season. He’s rushed for 828 yards (59.1 ypg) on 135 carries with seven rushing touchdowns.
  • In 14 games this season, Gus Edwards has collected 578 yards (41.3 per game) on 117 carries with six touchdowns.
  • Marquise Brown’s team-high 703 receiving yards (50.2 yards per game) have come on 49 catches (and 87 targets) with five touchdowns through 14 games.
  • Mark Andrews has put up a 598-yard season so far (42.7 yards per game) with seven touchdowns, reeling in 48 passes on 71 targets over 14 games.
  • Willie Snead IV’s 31 grabs are good enough for 408 yards (29.1 ypg) and three touchdowns through 14 games played. He’s been targeted 46 times.
  • Yannick Ngakoue has collected 7.0 sacks to lead the team through 14 games, while also picking up 7.0 TFL and 23 tackles.
  • Patrick Queen, Baltimore’s top-tackler, has 97 tackles, 8.0 TFL, three sacks, and one interception in 14 games this year.
  • Marcus Peters has picked off a team-high three passes. He also has 51 tackles, 1.0 TFL, one sack, and eight passes defended to his name over 13 games.


Anthony Levine Sr.: Questionable (Abdomen),

Calais Campbell: Questionable (Calf),

Dez Bryant: Questionable (Thigh),

Patrick Ricard: Questionable (Knee),

Marquise Brown: Questionable (Knee),

Pernell McPhee: Questionable (Knee),

Jimmy Smith: Out (Ribs),

Kristian Welch: Questionable (Foot),

Marcus Peters: Questionable (Calf),

Tyre Phillips: Questionable (Concussion),

Matt Skura: Questionable (Back)

Giants Key Players

  • Daniel Jones has been a dual threat to lead New York in both passing and rushing. He has 2,462 passing yards (205.2 ypg), completing 62.6% of his passes and recording touchdown eight passes and nine interceptions over 12 games this season. He’s rushed for 403 yards (33.6 ypg) on 55 carries with one rushing touchdown.
  • In 12 games this season, Jones has rushed for 403 yards (33.6 per game) on 55 carries with one touchdown.
  • Darius Slayton’s team-leading 703 receiving yards (50.2 yards per game) have come on 46 receptions (and 85 targets) with three touchdowns through 14 games.
  • Evan Engram has grabbed 54 passes (on 95 targets) for 572 yards (40.9 yards per game) and one touchdown in 14 games this year.
  • Sterling Shepard’s 49 receptions (on 68 targets) have netted him 467 yards (46.7 ypg) and one touchdown through 10 games played.
  • Leonard Williams paces the team with 8.5 sacks through 14 games, and also has 11.0 TFL and 48 tackles.
  • Blake Martinez is the team’s top-tackler through 14 games this year. He’s amassed 127 tackles, 8.0 TFL, two sacks, and one interception.


Daniel Jones: Questionable (Hamstring),

Darnay Holmes: Questionable (Knee),

Blake Martinez: Questionable (Ankle),

Golden Tate: Out (Calf)