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Can the Ravens and Bills Score More than 50.5 Points Combined?

Josh Allen (17), quarterback de los Bills de Buffalo, fsteja con sus compañeros Stefon Diggs (14), Dion Dawkins (73) y Zack Moss (20) tras un touchdown en el patido del sábado 9 de enero de 2021, ante los Colts de Indianápolis (AP Foto/Adrian Kraus)

Sports Handicapper Ron Raymond of the Raymond Report has released his free NFL Divisional Round Preview and Prediction on Saturday’s AFC contest between the Baltimore Ravens vs. the Buffalo Bills for Saturday,

OVER/UNDER 50.5 POINTS?

According to the Raymond Report NFL Computer Forecast, we are anticipating a combined score of 45.94 points, therefore, consider playing the UNDER 50.5.

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Baltimore Ravens (50.5) vs. Buffalo Bills (2.5) Preview (01/16/2021)

 

Baltimore Ravens +2.5   ( +125 ) Vs. Buffalo Bills (Total:50.5)Buffalo Bills -2.5  ( -143 ) Vs. Baltimore Ravens (Total:50.5)
Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens
O/U :50.5

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Date: 2021-01-16
Time: 20:15:00

Generated from 10
Previous Games
Buffalo Bills

Buffalo Bills
SIDE :2.5

25.25Forecast
(O/U 45.94 )
20.69
5-0L5(SU)5-0
5-0-0L5(ATS)4-1-0
2-3-0L5(O/U)3-2-0
35%C.O.W62.5%
15%C.O.C34%
54%C.O.G.O54%
-10.17MSV-7.57
(A) BULLISHPVI(A) BULLISH
3-1SU5-1
4-0-0ATS4-2-0
1-3-0O/U4-2-0
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? (CFL,NFL & NCAAF)
C.O.W. = (Chances of Winning) – The ‘C.O.W.’ percentage is based on a teams win/lost record using their short and long-term win/lost record. After we process it through our ‘math predictor’, we then provide a ‘CHANCES OF WINNING’ percentage for their next game, which let’s you know if there’s any value on betting that team.

C.O.C. = (Chances of Covering) – The ‘C.O.C.’ percentage is based on a teams win/lost record from a ‘Point Spread’ perspective and not their ‘straight up’ (SU) record, using the teams short and long-term win/lost record. After we process it through our ‘math predictor’, we then provide a ‘CHANCES OF COVERING’ percentage for that team in their next game, which let’s you know if there’s any value on betting that team.

C.O.G.O. = (Chances Game Going OVER) – The ‘C.O.G.O.’ percentage is based on both teams OVER/UNDER record, using both teams short and long-term OVER/UNDER records. After we process it through our ‘math predictor’, we then provide a ‘CHANCES OF COVERING’ percentage for that game, which let’s you know if there’s any value on the OVER in that game.
*Note: If there’s a 60% chance of the game going OVER, that means, there’s a 40% chance of the game going UNDER.

L.O.A. = (Law of Average) – The ‘Law of Average’ edge is based on the 50/50 theory. Play on a team that lost against the spread (ATS) or straight up (SU) in their last game, vs. a team that won against the spread (ATS) or straight up (SU) in their last game.

MSV = (Market Spread Value) – The MSV is our researched and calculated line compared to the bookmaker’s line. When calculating the MSV, we look for the margin of error between the bookmaker’s line, the final result of a game and then produce the value of what the line should be in the next game for both teams.

PVI = (Value Index) – The Value Index is the current psychology of the betting public, based on a teams 3-game cycle.
BULLISH = Team is either (3-0) in their last 3 games.
NEUTRAL = Team is either (1-2 or 2-1) in their last 3 games.
BEARISH = Team is either (0-3) in their last 3 games.

Types of Teams – When you look at League Standings, you have 3 types of teams.
Tier 1 Teams (A): 60% or higher (Above Average Teams = High Public Confidence = Low Rewards)
Tier 2 Teams (B): 50% to 59.9% (Average Teams = Moderate Public Confidence = Medium Rewards)
Tier 3 Teams (C): 49.9% or Lower (Below Average Teams = Low Public Confidence = High Rewards)

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