Monday Night Football predictions: Chiefs vs Ravens pick against the spread

Monday Night Football predictions: Chiefs vs Ravens pick against the spread

This Monday night is the biggest NFL game of the year. The two best teams in football go head-to-head as the Baltimore Ravens host the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. The Thursday night game and predictions on the other games on the week 3 schedule are important, but it doesn’t get any better than this. There is no reason to wait, it’s time to predict the Chiefs vs Ravens pick against the spread for this week’s edition of Monday Night Football.

Game Info

  • Game Day: Monday, September 28, 2020
  • Game Time: 8:15 PM ET
  • TV Channel: ESPN
  • Location: Baltimore, MD
  • Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium
  • MNF Odds: Ravens -3

Big Money Moves

The wise guys jumped out early on this game. They know that this will be one of the most popular games of the year and according to sportsbooks, it may well be the most bet game of the year. The Ravens opened up as -2.5 favorites and the line has since jumped and now the Ravens are -3 at the best sportsbook to bet the NFL. This move will normally suggest that the public is betting on Baltimore. That is not the case. Over 55 percent of the wagers are on the Chiefs. Then why did the point-spread move? The move is because bigger amounts of money are coming in on Baltimore. This is often considered to be “sharp” money.

Cashing in on the Chiefs

The Chiefs needed a field goal (actually 3 attempts) in overtime to beat the Chargers. That win was a huge loss for the bookmakers. The sportsbooks would have been in big trouble if the Raiders did not rescue them on Monday Night Football. Now a week later, the Chiefs will be the star of the show again. Kansas City was tested against the Chargers. Teams that are off a close win of 3 points or less and play the Ravens are 0-6-1 (ATS) against the spread. A weary KC team will not have the energy to play a full four quarters against the Ravens. The Chargers may have revealed a flaw in the Chiefs that the Ravens will look to expose.

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Reliable Ravens

The Ravens made headlines again for another win over the Houston Texans. It was quiet and effective, just like the make-up of this team. The Ravens offensive line is one of the best in the business. They open up huge holes in the running game and they do not allow the defense to make big hits behind the line of scrimmage.


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Match up to watch

The Ravens have a very good defense with a smothering secondary that will be tested this week. The Chargers put pressure on Patrick Mahomes and confused him by mixing coverages. This is not something that you see every day from the best signal-caller in the league. All-Pro right tackle Mitchell Schwartz allowed seven pressures, which is the most allowed since 2013. With the mix of schemes and pressure, the Chiefs have to be ready on offense.

Chiefs vs Ravens pick against the spread

This is going to be a wakeup call for Kansas City. The Chief’s defense is unbeatable and the Ravens can move the ball on the ground, which opens up passing lanes. The Ravens defense is underrated with all of the attention on Lamar Jackson. The Ravens have forced a turnover in 15 straight games and they have scored 7 defensive touchdowns in the last 12 games. The Ravens have led at halftime in 11 straight games, a trend that will continue on Monday night. Baltimore has not lost a regular-season game in 357 days and they are 10-2 ATS in the last 12 games following a win. A blowout of the Chiefs will add to this remarkable resume and prove that the Ravens are the best team in football.

Bet on Baltimore.  

Prediction: Chiefs 20 Ravens 38

Baltimore Ravens -3

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