Washington Commander vs Baltimore Ravens - Caesars Sportsbook Promo and Prediction
August 27, 2022
The Washington Commanders will be up against the Baltimore Ravens in the final week of NFL preseason at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD, on Saturday. In their last encounter, the Ravens recorded a dominant win of 37-3.
Wentz lost for two preseason games against the Carolina Panthers (21-23) and the Kansas City Chiefs (24-14), the Commanders are rushing to secure their first win, while the Ravens managed to win their two preseasons against the Arizona Cardinals (24-17) and the Tennessee Titans (23-10).
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Why bet on the Ravens?
✅ The Ravens play a dominant passing game, with 217 passing yards from 292 total yards accumulated in their last game.
✅ The Ravens’ QBs, Tyler Huntley and Anthony Brown accumulated 23 completions from 27 attempts, and tallied a total of three passing touchdowns, in the last preseason game.
✅ The Ravens’ wide receiver Isaiah Likey collected eight passing receptions with 100 yards and one touchdown.
|Teams:||The Washington Commanders vs the Baltimore Ravens|
|When:||Saturday, August 27 2022 at 9:00 p.m. ET|
|Venue:||M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD|
|Betting Pick:||The Ravens to win Moneyline @ -275|
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Washington Commanders vs Baltimore Ravens
Despite losing their last preseason game 24-14 against the Chiefs, the Commanders’ offensive lineup managed to record a total of 318 yards from 62 plays, which included 249 passing yards, and 69 rushing yards. However, in terms of downs conversion, the Commanders were not very effective, as they only tallied 22 first downs, converted three out of 10 third downs, and with no fourth down from one conversion attempt.
Moreover, for the game against the Ravens, Commanders coach Ron Rivera is predicted to include the same quarterback lineup, including Sam Howell, who played as a starter, completed 10 out of 18 pass attempts, and 122 yards passing received, and Taylor Heinicke, who threw nine passing completions out of 12 attempts, and 83 yards passing received, and one touchdown.
Meanwhile, despite being listed as the first QB, Carson Wentz, who recorded six pass completions from nine throws, and 64 yards, is still predicted to see a few minutes off the bench.
C Tyler Larsen, who suffered an Achilles injury, and DE Chase Young, who got his knee injured, were placed on the PUP list and were confirmed to miss the game against the Ravens.
The Ravens defeated the Cardinals in their last preseason game with a dominant passing game. The Ravens' offensive lineup accumulated a total of 292 yards, with 217 yards passing received, and 75 rushing yards, from 54 snaps. The Ravens managed to secure an efficient number of 17 first downs and converted three out of eight third downs, offensively.
For the upcoming game, coach John Harbaugh is predicted to start the Ravens’ second and third quarterbacks, due to Lamar Jackson’s absence. Tyler Huntley, the third quarterback, who threw down 13 passing completions from 14 attempts from 129 passing yards, and one passing touchdown, will likely play as a starter again.
Meanwhile, second depth in Ravens quarterback rotation, Anthony Brown, will come off as a substitute. He recorded 10 out of 13 passing completions for 91 yards and two passing touchdowns against the Cardinals.
LB Tyus Bowser was confirmed to miss the game against Commanders, as the Ravens listed him on the PUP List on Friday due to an Achilles injury.