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Ravens vs. Washington 2021 NFL Preseason Week 3 Odds and Preview

By Rex

The Baltimore Ravens battle the Washington Football Team this Saturday to bring you the final week of NFL preseason action at the FedExField. Previously, the hosts claimed their first preseason win against the Bengals to level their record 1-1. After claiming the top spot in the NFC East last season, Washington looks forward to another positive season with hopes of making a deeper playoff run.

Meanwhile, visiting team Ravens will try to complete a perfect run, claiming their first two wins against the Saints and the Panthers. This is a good start for the team after finishing second in the AFC North.

NitroBetting continues to deliver the latest NFL previews, and this Ravens vs. Washington Football Team game is no exception. Find the latest team and player news, NFL betting odds, betting trends, and predictions down below. Furthermore, our previews are geared toward helping you make the best picks. Don’t forget to check out the latest 2021 NFL Preseason odds at out online Bitcoin sportsbook.

Ravens vs. Washington Game Information

  • When: Saturday, August 28, 2021, 6:00 PM ET
  • Where: FedExField, Landover, Maryland
  • TV: CBS, Fox, NBC
  • Radio: WBAL Sports Radio 1090 (Ravens) / Sports Radio 850 (Washington Football Team)
  • Live Stream:NFL Game Pass
  • NFL Odds: Baltimore Ravens -4

Why Bet on the Baltimore Ravens?

In their second preseason game, the Baltimore Ravens steamrolled over the Carolina Panthers 20- 3. They dominated possession, holding onto the ball for over 38 minutes as opposed to the Panthers’ 21 minutes. Tyler Huntley put on a show, throwing for 187 yards on 24-of-34 passing, collecting one interception in the process.

Running backs Nate McCrary and Ty’Son Williams dominated the rushing department, gaining 64 yards on 15 carries and 47 yards on 10 carries, respectively. More than that, the duo recorded one touchdown each before the final whistle. As for the receivers, Josh Oliver topped the list with 50 yards and 7 receptions, while Tylan Wallace had 36 yards and 2 receptions.

As for the Ravens’ defense, they did well to hold the Panthers back to just 3 points. Nigel Warrior spearheaded the unit with 4 tackles to his name, while DeShon Elliott and Malik Harrison had 4 tackles (3 solo) each. If they can keep the same level of intensity come Saturday night, the Washington Football Team faces another tough challenge ahead of them.

Why Bet on the Washington Football Team?

It’s been a series of ups and downs for the Washington Football Team as soon as the preseason started. However, they were able to bounce back from a 22-13 defeat to the Patriots and overcame the Bengals 17-13 in their most recent game. They took charge of the game, ending the night with 336 total yards and 70 plays as opposed to the Bengals’ 214 yards and 52 plays. More than that, Ron Rivera did well to ensure that his team controlled possession. By the end of the game, they held the ball for a total of 34 minutes and 29 seconds.

Making the difference for the team was a balanced quarterback arsenal, led by Ryan Fitzpatrick. The veteran had 96 yards on 7-of-13 passing. Meanwhile, Taylor Heinicke and Kyle Allen combined for 103 yards. Running back Jaret Patterson contributed a touchdown and finished the night with 71 rushing yards on 16 carries. He also had 25 receiving yards and 2 receptions. Defensively, Darryl Roberts stepped up for the Football Team as he ended his night with 4 tackles (3 solo).

Ravens vs. Washington Betting Trends

  • The Ravens are 3-2 in their last 5 away games.
  • The Ravens are 4-1 against the spread in their last 5 away games.
  • The totals have gone over in 1 of the Ravens’ last 5 games.
  • The Washington Football Team is 1-4 in their last 5 home games.
  • The Washington Football Team is 3-2 against the spread in their last 5 home games.
  • The totals have gone under in 4 of the Washington Football Teams’ last 5 games.

Ravens vs. Washington Expert Betting Predictions

The Ravens look like the bigger team coming into the game. With two straight wins in the back, it’s clear that they have more momentum than their opponents. Recent numbers also tell us that they are the team to go for. However, the Washington Football Team begins to gain some traction. With home-field advantage, they can put more pressure on their opponents. Ultimately, we expect this one to have a close scoreline, and there’s a good chance that Washington covers the spread and delivers a win if everything goes according to plan.

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