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Ravens vs. Panthers: Odds, Injury Reports, and Lineups

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The Baltimore Ravens entered the BYE Week in Week 10 of the NFL season feeling rather comfortable with how things are going. However, they will also realize that they will need to be better than what they have been, especially if they want to get to the postseason and challenge for the Super Bowl.

Indeed, John Harbaugh’s side managed to go into the BYE with a win against the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football in the final game of Week 9, thus extending their win record to 6-3, while taking sole control of the AFC North division.

Now, with almost two weeks’ worth of rest and practice on the field before they take on the Carolina Panthers in Week 11 of the 2022 NFL season, the team will be gearing up for their first home game since their victory over divisional rivals the Cleveland Browns on October 23.

Ravens vs Panthers Overview

With almost a month having passed since Ravens fans have been able to cheer on their team in Maryland at the M&T Bank Stadium, there will be many that will be excited to welcome the likes of Lamar Jackson and Mark Andrews – as well as the entire the roster – especially as the team finds itself in a good position after two road wins in that time.

And, with how the Carolina Panthers have been performing over the course of the season, some fans in the stands and around the State will be feeling rather confident about how their contest on November 20 may turn out.

Indeed, we all know that the Panthers have already decided to go through changes this season after firing Matt Rhule and Phil Snow from their roles, while also deciding to trade star running back Christian McCaffrey after Week 6 to the San Francisco 49ers.

Nonetheless, it is also important to note that while the Panthers may only be 3-7 on the season thus far, they did recently get a win on the board in the most recent edition of Thursday Night Football. It was a rematch of a game that took place just 11 days earlier, where they were beaten 37–34 in overtime by the Atlanta Falcons. However, this time it ended 25-15 in their favor.

Notwithstanding, while the Ravens will have taken note of that victory and how the organization managed to achieve this, John Harbaugh & Co. will still feel confident in themselves that they will be able to get the job done on November 20.

Ravens vs Panthers odds

It is worth noting that the team has not been great when playing at home this season. Admittedly, while it has been a while since they last played at the M&T Bank Stadium and a number of solid road wins have been picked up as performances have improved, there will still be some concern around the team’s efforts at home.

The team was beaten in Week 2 by the Miami Dolphins and Week 5 by the Buffalo Bills in close games, with both outcomes decided by less than a touchdown. However, they did defeat AFC North divisional rivals the Cincinnati Bengals and Browns in the two games that have been played at home, too.

Nonetheless, those who are based in Maryland may be considering placing a wager on this upcoming fixture, especially now that they are given the opportunity to do so with the state being one of the many to have legalized the activity.

Punters will be looking to take advantage of the Maryland Sports Betting Bonuses before placing bets as this will help them to enhance the experiences that they are able to enjoy, while these bonuses could also potentially enhance the bets that are possible to place.

Fans may be looking around for different bet types, including the moneyline, the point spread, or even various different prop bets. Each of these could be impacted by the bonuses that are possible to utilize from the sportsbooks that are continuing to offer these as incentives in Maryland.

Baltimore Ravens injury report

With almost a month having passed since Ravens fans have been able to cheer on their team in Maryland at the M&T Bank Stadium, there will be many that will be excited to welcome the likes of Lamar Jackson and Mark Andrews – as well as the entire the roster – especially as the team finds itself in a good position after two road wins in that time.

 

Before placing a bet on the upcoming fixture between the Ravens and Panthers, fans will likely be heading to check out the latest injury report of the teams, as this is a great indicator of what to expect when the two teams take to the gridiron.

Indeed, for the Ravens, the team has had a number of names appear on it throughout the season already, with some of their stars not taking part in practice sessions at times in order to preserve their health and ensure they are ready for the games being played.

At the time of writing, there is no one listed on the Week 11 injury report at the moment, although that could potentially change in the lead-up to the clash on November 20. Therefore, it is always highly recommended for fans to continue to keep tabs on the latest updates in order to ensure they stay ahead.

Of course, the team has also been able to benefit from the BYE Week this week, too, and this will have come at a welcome time for Harbaugh and his franchise for a variety of reasons. While it will have been important for the team to get back to being as healthy as possible, it will also give them the chance to reset, recharge, and potentially sit down and learn new plays that could help them potentially continue their charge for a place in the postseason and have a run at trying to win the Super Bowl.

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