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Joe Raineri
  • Event: (469) Baltimore Ravens at (470) Seattle Seahawks
    Sport/League: NFL
    Date/Time: October 20, 2019 4PM EDT
    Play: 4% – (469) Baltimore Ravens at (470) Seattle Seahawks Total Under 49.0 (-106)
    Play Rating: 4%
    Result: Win

    Russell Wilson vs Lamar Jackson 

    The public looked at this game and bet the OVER right away, however I don't buy it. These two teams are beat up. 

    The Ravens lost a big target for Jackson as it looks like Marquise Brown (ankle) will not go after he hasn’t been able to practice all week. Also OL Ronnie Staley (knee) is another crucial injury for the Ravens. He's rated as one of the best OL in the NFL. 

    Seattle has their own issues as well. Number one problem is they lost Will Dissly (Achillies) for the season and that's a big loss given how much a a part of the Red Zone offense he was for them. The OL and DL are dealing with a number of injuries as well. Most noteably, OL Duane Brown may not go and that's a big probem for Russell Wilson. He's a guy that protects Wilson and Run blocks better than most in the league.  Seattle is also dealing with injuries to starting safeties Lano Hill (elbow) and Bradley McDougald (back). 

    The weather is going to include rain (What a shock) in Seattle for this game. The wind shouldn't be that big a factor. But both these teams love to run the ball. The addition of Marcus Peters will help the secondary of the Ravens as well. 

    I don't see this being a track meet at all. I see both these teams trying to slow the game down on offense and expect the total to UNDER 50 points in this game. Both teams have great FG kickers and special teams. That might be the story of this game. It most likely comes down to a last possesion FG by a team for the win.  

    Brad Allen is the lead ref. The under is 55.6% with Allen as the head official since 2003. 

    I'm betting on the UNDER in this game between these two running teams. 

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