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Monday night football: Ravens vs. Browns point spread

 Week 10 NFL will close today with the Monday night football game Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns and we have the latest point spread and betting odds on this NFL match-up. The AFC North battle will give the Baltimore Ravens (4-4) at least a theoretical chance to keep their playoff hopes alive, following the brilliant performance by the AFC North leader Bengals this year, while their opponent the Cleveland Browns (1-7) are already looking ahead to the next season. These two NFL teams already met once this year in September, a game decisively won by the Ravens 34-3 so there is no surprise the odds and spread are what they are.

 At our NFL-choice sportsbook Bookmaker the odds are naturally heavily stacked against the Cleveland Browns. The odds on the Ravens to win the Monday night football game are currently at the whopping -550, while the Browns are holding underdog odds +450 on an upset tonight. The Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns point spread is posted at -10.5 points chalk the Ravens and the total expected by the sports betting website is set at 38.5 points. With the long odds on the ravens this evening, naturally the majority of the wagers are going towards the point spread and here are the betting trends on Baltimore and Cleveland. The Browns are 2-6 against the spread in their last 8 games at home, but keep in mind that even though Baltimore is 9-4 against the spread in its last 13 games on the road, the Ravens are 1-4 against the spread in their last 5 games when playing on the road against the Browns. Also, the  total has gone OVER in 5 of Cleveland's last 6 games when playing Baltimore.

 This late in the season the injury reports tend to be a bit lengthy and this Monday night football game is no exception, the good news being that at neither team there are no players certain to be out for the Week 10 game. At Baltimore questionable for the Monday night football game against the Browns remain cornerbacks Lardarius Webb and Chris Carr, running back Matt Lawrence and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, while the rest of the players were upgraded to probable for the game tonight. Meanwhile at Cleveland questionable are wide receiver Chansi Stuckey, running backs Jamal Lewis and Lawrence Vickers, defensive end Kenyon Coleman, as well as tight ends Michael Gaines and Steve Heiden, with the rest all upgraded to probable for participation in the Monday night football game against the Ravens.

 Published on 11/16/2009

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