Sunday’s slate of games in Week 15 concludes with an AFC bout between two top teams — the Baltimore Ravens and the Jacksonville Jaguars. We break down the betting odds for this clash and provide a Ravens vs. Jaguars prediction.
The Ravens (10-3) have knocked off three straight opponents and sit atop the AFC standings, while the Jaguars (8-5) have dropped two straight games and look to get back in the win column at home. Expect both teams to bring their all with the regular season nearing the end. We expect an exciting back-and-forth matchup with plenty of live betting opportunities.
Below, you’ll find the Ravens vs. Jaguars odds and props you need to know before wagering on this primetime showdown.
NFL Week 15 SNF Odds: Ravens vs. Jaguars Spread, Moneyline, Total
Baltimore ( on the moneyline) is favored by 1 to 2 points at most popular legal US sportsbooks. Bettors who enjoy tailing the underdog can take the Jags with odds at .
The Over/Under total is set at a moderate points.
Ravens vs. Jaguars Betting Trends
- This season, the Ravens are 8-5 against the spread (ATS).
- The Ravens are 10-3 straight up (SU) this season.
- The Ravens are 3-2 ATS on the road this season.
- The Ravens are 7-5 ATS as the favorite this season.
- Ravens games are 6-7 on the Over this season.
- The Jaguars are 8-5 ATS this season.
- The Jaguars are 8-5 SU this season.
- The Jaguars are 2-4 ATS at home this season.
- The Jaguars are 2-3 ATS as the underdog this season.
- Jaguars games are 7-6 on the Over this season.
Ravens vs. Jaguars Player Props
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Trevor Lawrence Under Passing Yards
The numbers point to Baltimore slowing down Jacksonville’s passing attack. The Ravens have the best passing defense in the league, allowing averages of 180.2 passing yards, 4.8 yards per pass attempt, and 1.0 passing touchdowns per game.
Trevor Lawrence has lit a fire under himself over the month with four straight games of at least 257 yards passing, but none of those appearances came against the Ravens’ secondary, which has given up 235-plus passing yards just three times all season.
Keaton Mitchell Under Rush Attempts
Keaton Mitchell has turned heads with his speed this season, but the Ravens haven’t been willing to turn the rushing attack over to him completely. The result has been zero games with nine or more carries, finishing with exactly nine carries four separate times.
Teams are afraid to run against this Jaguars defense, which ranks fourth in rushing attempts allowed (23.2 per game) and third in rushing play percentage (36.47%). And while the Ravens love to run the ball, they split the rushing attack among several players, giving Mitchell less of a chance to clear this otherwise low line.
Isaiah Likely Anytime TD Scorer ()
Isaiah Likely ( to score a touchdown) has made his presence known over the past two weeks with two straight games with at least four catches and 40 yards. He even scored his first touchdown of the season last week against the Los Angeles Rams, where he racked up five catches for 83 yards.
He now faces a Jaguars defense that has given up five touchdowns to tight ends (two to David Njoku last week) and ranks 27th in passing touchdowns allowed. It may not be “Likely” that he hits pay dirt Sunday night, but at odds, it’s surely worth rolling the dice in a great matchup.
Ravens vs. Jaguars Prediction
The Ravens are coming off a hard-fought overtime win over the Rams, where they scored 37 points — backed by Lamar Jackson’s 386 total yards and three touchdowns. The ground attack combined for 139 yards on 5.3 yards per rush, while the receiving game saw three different pass catchers score a touchdown.
Baltimore has now won three straight contests and brings a very balanced attack ahead of Sunday’s matchup. Meanwhile, the Jaguars are losers of two straight games after getting torched by the likes of Jake Browning (354 yards) and Joe Flacco (311 yards).
Jacksonville’s defense gave up 30-plus points to each of its last two opponents whose quarterbacks are game managers. Now imagine what Jackson and the high-flying Ravens offense will do.
Keep an eye on Ravens DT Justin Madubuike ( to lead the league in sacks), who has at least a half-sack in 10 consecutive games, one shy of the NFL record. Madubuike has 11 sacks on the season, and Baltimore has a league-most 49. That level of dominance bodes well against Lawrence, who’s been sacked 31 times the season (eighth-most in the NFL).
Both teams can use a win Sunday night, but for different reasons. Baltimore currently holds the bye in the playoffs and winning Sunday night would solidify that position even more. The Jags, on the other hand, lead the rest of their division by three games or less. They can easily lose their division lead and fall out of the playoffs.
We trust the Ravens to pull out the victory. They’re definitely the better team on paper on both sides of the ball. In fact, you can argue that they have Jacksonville beat in almost every major way. Their offense is too good for the Jaguars’ defense and will pummel them through the air and/or on the ground.
Bengals vs. Jaguars Pick: Ravens .
How to Watch Ravens vs. Jaguars on SNF
- Game Day: Sunday, Dec. 17, 2023
- Game Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
- Location: EverBank Stadium | Jacksonville, FL
- Channel: NBC