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Bet on the NFLThe winless Buffalo Bills travel to Baltimore this Sunday to be embarrassed by the Ravens. Bills fans are crossing their fingers that this last bye week gave their team the time to get it together and come up with a new plan of attack.
Because everything they’re been doing so far this season hasn’t worked, at all. Offensive right tackle Cornell Green sustained a knee injury in their Week 5 loss against the Jaguars. The well rested QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and Running Back C.J. Spiller will continue to play fearlessly as they have absolutely nothing to lose. A strategy which could actually pose a threat to a team like the Rams who have the title on the line.

The Ravens on the other hand are coming off a close loss to New England last weekend, with the final score at 20 to 23 in overtime. The worst part of their schedule is now over. They are now a proven contender for the playoffs.

Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed has stepeed back onto the field for practice Wednesday after spending the last 6 weeks recovering from offseason hip surgery. He filled in his rehab time by acting as a coach and sidelines cheerleader for his team, an experience the athlete calls, “fun and different.” During his first eight years in the NFL he was selected to six Pro Bowls, had 46 interceptions and scored 13 touchdowns.

This is the Ravens last game before their bye week in Week 8, an easy win before a little vacation, what more could you ask for? The Ravens are the big favorites for betting on sports in Sportsbook at minus 13 with the over under at 38.

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