Baltimore Ravens versus Denver Broncos NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The 2013 NFL Pro Football season will commence as the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens will be sent on the road to face the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night September 5th. The Ravens and Broncos will get things started in Denver at 8:30PM Eastern Time and NBC TV provide the cost to coast coverage.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Denver Broncos favored by -7 ½ points with an over under line of 48 points. A money line play on Denver returns -340 odds. Bettors playing on the road underdog Baltimore Ravens on the money line will get back +280 odds.

The Ravens move on without the leader for several years in Ray Lewis who has retired from the game. They lose Anquan Bolden a wide out to San Francisco in free agency. There has been line movement on the Denver side as this game was lined at 9 to 9 ½ points during the summer. What has happened is that the Broncos have suffered some injury concerns and suspensions heading into their opener. Newly acquired Wes Welker has been hampered with a sprained ankle and is expected to play through it. Champ Bailey the Broncos talented cornerback has a foot problem he suffered through the preseason. He has been recently downgraded to doubtful for Thursday Night Football. Denver’s talented linebacker Von Miller will be serving the first of his six game suspension for substance abuse problems. The Broncos also lost key pass rusher Elvis Dumervil in free agency during the offseason. Baltimore looked pretty good in the preseason as many observers were touting the work of their front seven. Following the firing of the team’s offensive coordinator Cam Cameron late in the season the Ravens rallied in the playoffs with former Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell calling the plays. Cameron had become too predictable in the position as he would allow Joe Flacco to throw in September through mid-November and down the stretch he would lean away from Flacco and run heavily.

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