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September 27, 2012

Week four in the NFL begins tonight when the Cleveland Browns visit the Baltimore Ravens in a matchup of AFC North rivals. The Browns have started the season where they left off last season, losing. Cleveland is 0-3 SU thus far in the season and since last season, the Browns are 0-9 in their last nine games and 1-12 in the last 13.

Baltimore on the other hand has started their 2012 campaign 2-1 SU including a win last week against the defending AFC Champion New England Patriots. The Ravens edged the Patriots 31-30 on a last second field goal that was very controversial.  

The NFL announced early Thursday morning that an agreement had been reached between the league and the NFL Referees Association and “real” officials will referee tonight’s game and every game going forward this season.

Cleveland lost last weekend to the Buffalo Bills 24-14. They were behind in the first quarter 14-0 and battled back, but two late interceptions thrown by rookie quarterback Brandon Weeded ended any hopes of a win. Weeded has been sacked on eight occasions thus far and has been hit while throwing 15 times.

The Baltimore offense has opened up this season and that was evidenced by the 382 yards passing that quarterback Joe Flacco had against the Patriots. He also tossed three touchdowns in last week’s victory. Defensively the Ravens have lost a step in team speed due to their veterans such as Ray Lewis and Ed Reed getting older. Lewis is in his 17th season and Reed his 11th.

Cleveland is 6-6 ATS in their past 12 AFC North matchups and they are 1-11 SU in those same games. Baltimore is 9-3 SU and 4-8 ATS in their last 12 matchups against teams that are playing below .500.

The line on the game currently has Baltimore favored by 12 points with the total sitting at 44 points. The ‘dog looks good in this. Take Cleveland plus the points with the total cashing out to the OVER.

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Thursday, September 27th, 2012 NFL Betting 2012

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