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Baltimore Ravens vs LA Chargers Odds, Picks & Lines for Sunday Night Football

Ryan Metivier

by Ryan Metivier in NFL Football

Updated Nov 27, 2023 · 3:07 PM PST

Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (35) celebrates a touchdown run
Nov 16, 2023; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (35) celebrates a touchdown run with offensive tackle Morgan Moses (78) in the first quarter against the Cincinnati Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sam Greene-USA TODAY Sports
  • Week 12 SNF kicks off at 8:20 pm EST with the LA Chargers hosting the Baltimore Ravens
  • The Chargers are 0-5 SU in games decided by a field goal or less
  • Get the Ravens vs Chargers odds, picks, and predictions for SNF here

Week 12 Sunday Night Football goes to Los Angeles with the Chargers (4-6 SU, 4-6 ATS) being lined as 3-point underdogs in the Ravens vs Chargers odds versus Baltimore (8-3 SU, 7-4 ATS). Kick-off is scheduled for 8:20 pm EST on Sunday, November 26. We’re covering all of the odds and giving our top Ravens vs Chargers prediction here.

Ravens vs Chargers Odds

Team Spread Moneyline Total
Baltimore -3 (-112) -164 Over 48.5 (-108)
Los Angeles +3 (-108) +138 Under 48.5 (-112)

Baltimore comes in as 3-point favorites in the Ravens vs Chargers odds for SNF. At -164 on the moneyline, they have an implied probability of 62.12% to win the game. Sunday’s total is set at 48.5 points, bet up from 47 earlier in the week. Odds from FanDuel Sportsbook. Get the latest FanDuel promo for November that allows you to bet just $5 and get $150 in bonus bets if your team wins on the moneyline with your first bet.


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How to Watch Baltimore vs Los Angeles

Viewers in the United States can watch the Ravens vs Chargers game on SNF by tuning into NBC. Canadian viewers can watch by streaming on DAZN.

Ravens vs Chargers Head-to-Head History

It’s been a couple of years since these teams played with Baltimore winning 34-6 at home back in 2021. The Ravens have won four of the past six meetings but that dates back to 2012.

In NFL public betting, the public looks to be backing the Ravens and the Over and in recent betting splits data.

Ravens Betting Outlook

The Ravens are sitting tops in the crowded AFC North at 8-3, but only just head of the Browns 7-3, Steelers 6-4 and Bengals 5-5. Baltimore is now +850 in the odds to win Super Bowl. It was the Bengals whom they faced last game on Thursday Night Football in Week 11. Lamar Jackson threw for 264 yards with two touchdowns and Baltimore ran away with a 34-20 win.

The win was aided though by Joe Burrow suffering a season-ending wrist injury which saw him leave the game in the first half and give way to backup Jake Browning. But Baltimore suffered a serious injury of their own, with TE Mark Andrews suffering an ankle injury that required surgery. He too is likely done for the year, with only a small chance of returning very late in the season.

Andrews was second on the team in receiving yards and first in touchdowns (6). Those six touchdowns make up 6/13 touchdowns from receivers this season. With WR Odell Beckham Jr also questionable on the injury report, you may need to look to WR Zay Flowers or backup TE Isaiah Likely in any Ravens vs Chargers props for Baltimore tonight.

Baltimore has now won five of six straight up and has scored over 30 points in each of their past five games.

Chargers Betting Outlook

Another week, another game where the Chargers snatch defeat from the jaws of victory and another game that’s decided by one score or less. In fact, it’s another game decided by four points or less. Win or lose, 7/10 games have been decided by seven or fewer points and 6/10 by four or fewer.

In Week 11 it was a loss, 23-20 in Lambeau to the Packers. despite a 260 yards and two-touchdown day from Justin Herbert. The Chargers lost a fumble and multiple players dropped key passes that likely would have seen Los Angeles come away with the win. They also suffered a significant loss on defense with DE Joey Bosa being placed on IR with a foot sprain.

You can say this about LA though to stretch this “close game” narrative a bit further, of the four games they’ve played decided by more than three points, only one was a loss, and it came in Kansas City. So LA does tend to hang around.

Ravens vs Chargers Head-to-Head Stats

8-3 / 7-4 Record / ATS 4-6 / 4-6
4th PPG Scored 8th
7th YPG Offense 11th
20th Passing YPG 9th
1st Rushing YPG 18th
2nd PPG Allowed 23rd
3rd YPG Allowed 31st
3rd Passing YPG Allowed 32nd
13th Rushing YPG Allowed 12th

*Stats heading into Week 12

Ravens vs Chargers Prediction

The Ravens with John Harbaugh are typically a better bet as an underdog. Harbaugh is 46-30-3 as a dog, but just 82-87-5 as a favorite. Brandon Staley has a much smaller sample size, but he is slightly better as a dog, 9-5-1 compared to 14-14-1 as a favorite.

However, this season the Ravens have been favored in 10/11 games and are 6-4-0 ATS as a fav. As an away favorite though, they are just 1-2.

The Chargers this season as a dog are 0-3 ATS and 0-2 ATS as a home underdog.

Baltimore will have the rest advantage here having not played since TNF, but since 2020 they are just 2-6 ATS with rest advantage. Playing with the disadvantage in rest since 2020, LA is 6-9 ATS.

This is another prime-time game which instantly means you have to consider the Under trend.

Both of these teams have also played to more Unders this season with Baltimore being 6-5 to the Under and LA 7-3 to the Under.

In recent weeks we’ve already seen Baltimore beat down other teams that are in the conversation as good or contenting teams. See a 37-3 romp over Seattle and 38-3 route of Detroit. Both of those games may have come at home, but it’s not like the Chargers have a strong homefield edge. And really, I’m not even sure the Chargers can be considered a contending team anymore. They have two wins in six games and those came against the Jets and Bears.

In all five games that have been decided by a field goal or less, the Chargers are also 0-5 SU and ATS. This looks like it could be another close game, in which case I’ll back the Ravens in my SNF picks here.

Ravens vs Chargers Picks: Ravens (-3)

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