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The New York Giants (4-1) play the Baltimore Ravens (3-2) at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, October 16, 2022.
The Ravens are favored, but by less than a touchdown (-5), against the Giants. The over/under for this game is 44 points.
Game Info, Betting Lines for Baltimore Ravens vs. New York Giants
- Game Day: Sunday, October 16, 2022
- Game Time: 1:00 PM ET
- TV Channel: CBS
- Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey
- Stadium: MetLife Stadium
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Betting Insights for Ravens
- So far this season, the Ravens have posted a 3-2-0 record against the spread.
- When they have played as at least 5-point favorites this season, the Ravens are 1-0 against the spread.
- In the Ravens’ five games with a set total, two have hit the over (40%).
Stats & Insights for Ravens
- The Ravens sport the 14th-ranked offense this season (352.4 yards per game), and they’ve been worse on the other side of the ball, ranking fifth-worst with 398.2 yards allowed per game.
- The Ravens have the 17th-ranked defense this season (23.4 points allowed per game), and they’ve been more effective on the other side of the ball, ranking fourth-best with 27.6 points per game.
- With 290.2 passing yards allowed per game on defense, which ranks worst in the NFL, the Ravens have been forced to lean on their 21st-ranked passing offense (207.8 passing yards per contest) to keep them in games.
- The Ravens are averaging 144.6 rushing yards per game offensively this year (seventh in NFL), and they are allowing 108 rushing yards per game (12th) on the defensive side of the ball.
- The Ravens rank ninth in third-down efficiency (41.4%) on offense and 11th in third-down conversion rate allowed (34.5%) on defense this year.
- The Ravens rank 25th in yards per play allowed this year (6.2), but they’ve been playing really well on the other side of the ball, ranking fifth-best in the NFL with 6.2 yards per play.
- With 11 forced turnovers (first in NFL) against six turnovers committed (10th in NFL), the Ravens’ +5 turnover margin is the second-best in the NFL.
Ravens’ Best Players
- Lamar Jackson: 1,067 PASS YDS / 213.4 YPG / 63.8% / 12 TD / 5 INT / 49 CAR / 374 RUSH YDS / 2 TD
- Justice Hill: 19 CAR / 125 YDS / 25 YPG / 0 TD / 4 REC / 19 YDS / 3.8 YPG / 0 TD
- Mark Andrews: 32 REC / 349 YDS / 69.8 YPG / 4 TD
- Rashod Bateman: 11 REC / 243 YDS / 48.6 YPG / 2 TD
- Devin Duvernay: 17 REC / 226 YDS / 45.2 YPG / 3 TD
- Justin Houston: 6 TKL / 2 TFL / 2 SACK
- Chuck Clark: 35 TKL
- Marcus Williams: 33 TKL / 1 TFL / 3 INT / 5 PD
Betting Insights for Giants
- The Giants are 4-1-0 against the spread this year.
- When they have played as at least 5-point underdogs this season, the Giants are 2-0 against the spread.
- The Giants have gone over in two of five games with a set total (40%).
Stats & Insights for Giants
- The Giants are generating 333.2 total yards per game on offense this season (23rd-ranked). Meanwhile, they are surrendering 326 total yards per contest (12th-ranked).
- The Giants are accumulating 20.6 points per game on offense this season (19th-ranked). Meanwhile, they are surrendering 18.6 points per game (ninth-ranked) on defense.
- The Giants’ passing game has been struggling, ranking second-worst in the NFL with 154.2 passing yards per game. They have been better on the defensive side of the ball, giving up 194.4 passing yards per contest (eighth-ranked).
- The Giants’ run defense ranks 26th in the NFL with 131.6 rushing yards given up per game, but they’ve been led by their offense, which ranks second-best by accumulating 179 rushing yards per contest.
- From an offensive perspective, the Giants are generating a 35.9% third-down conversion percentage (26th-ranked). They rank sixth in the NFL defensively (31.1% third-down rate allowed).
- With 5.6 yards per play on offense, the Giants rank 18th in the NFL. Defensively they rank 13th, giving up 5.7 yards per play.
- At +1, the Giants sport the ninth-ranked turnover margin in the NFL, with six forced turnovers (19th in NFL) and five turnovers committed (seventh in NFL).
Best Players for Giants
- Daniel Jones: 848 PASS YDS / 169.6 YPG / 66.7% / 3 TD / 2 INT / 41 CAR / 230 RUSH YDS / 2 TD
- Saquon Barkley: 97 CAR / 533 YDS / 106.6 YPG / 3 TD / 18 REC / 143 YDS / 28.6 YPG / 0 TD
- Richie James Jr.: 17 REC / 171 YDS / 34.2 YPG / 0 TD
- Daniel Bellinger: 10 REC / 101 YDS / 20.2 YPG / 1 TD
- Dexter Lawrence: 21 TKL / 2 TFL / 3 SACK
- Julian Love: 33 TKL / 3 TFL / 1 SACK
- Evan Neal: 0 TKL