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Here’s how the public is betting Ravens vs. Jaguars on Sunday Night Football in Week 15

We go over how the public is betting Ravens vs. Jaguars on DraftKings Sportsbook for SNF.

Quarterback Trevor Lawrence #16 of the Jacksonville Jaguars rolls out of the pocket for a pass during the first quarter against the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium on December 10, 2023 in Cleveland, Ohio. Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images

The Baltimore Ravens will fly south to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars for Sunday Night Football in Week 15. Kickoff from EverBank Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida is set for 8:20 p.m. ET, and the game will air on NBC. The Ravens have won three games in a row, barely escaping with a 37-31 overtime win against the Los Angeles Rams, while the Jaguars have lost back-to-back games against the AFC North.

Here is how the public betting on Week 15’s Sunday Night Football matchup.

Sunday Night Football betting splits

Ravens vs. Jaguars

Baltimore -3.5 (61% of handle, 68% of bets)

Jacksonville quarterback Trevor Lawrence suffered a high ankle sprain two weeks ago but powered through it and suited up anyway last week against the Cleveland Browns. He didn’t look like himself, and if he remains at less than 100%, he has another tough matchup this week against a good Baltimore defense. The Ravens offense has also scored at least 31 points in six of their last seven games. The public should be right, and Baltimore should cover the spread.

Over 40.5 total points (34% of handle, 78% of bets)

The money is following the under, but the public is overwhelmingly supporting the over. Baltimore scores the fourth-most points per game (27.8), while Jacksonville scores the ninth-most (24). The Jaguars will be without their top wide receiver, Christian Kirk, who is still on injured reserve. On the flip side, Baltimore’s defense allows the second-fewest points per game, but Jacksonville allows the 13th most. All things considered, I bet when the morning rain moves out, more money will be placed on the over.

Ravens -192 (80% of handle, 81% of bets)

Baltimore has won three in a row and six of its last seven. The Ravens head into this game holding onto the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoff picture, so you don’t want to be facing them at less than 100%. Jacksonville has a chance to pick up a statement win, but with how Baltimore has been playing, they should pick up another win.