Everything you need to know for Carolina Panthers at Ravens in Week 11
By Dean Jones
Everything you need to know ahead of another daunting road encounter for the Carolina Panthers at the Baltimore Ravens in Week 11.
The Carolina Panthers need everything to go their way in pursuit of pulling off a significant upset in Week 11 at the Baltimore Ravens. Steve Wilks continues to progress this team positively in the weeks following Matt Rhule’s firing, but this is arguably their sternest test for some time when one considers all factors.
Baltimore is well rested off their bye week and is still in command of the AFC North despite a recent resurgence from the Cincinnati Bengals. They won’t want the upstart Panthers throwing a wrench into John Harbaugh’s plans in front of their home supporters, who always make things difficult for opposing offenses thanks to ferocious noise.
If Wilks was looking for a bar to judge firmly where the Panthers are at under his leadership, this is it. His roster can take a great deal of heart from their performance last time out against the Atlanta Falcons, but more will be needed in no uncertain terms for similar accomplishments this weekend.
Carolina Panthers at Ravens injury report
P.J. Walker and Matt Ioannidis were ruled out earlier in the week, which represents a blow to Carolina’s chances. Myles Hartsfield is also unlikely to participate and although stud cornerback Jaycee Horn is still dealing with a foot issue, Wilks said he expects the former first-round pick to participate.
For the Ravens, Mark Andrews is set to return after missing their game before the bye. Lamar Jackson is also set to start despite missing Friday’s practice through illness.
Here is Carolina’s full injury report for Week 11:
- Juston Burris (S) – Out (illness/concussion)
- Myles Hartsfield (DB) – Doubtful (ankle)
- Matt Ioannidis (DT) – Out (calf)
- Giovanni Ricci (TE/FB) – Questionable (neck)
- P.J. Walker (QB) – Out (ankle)
- Jaycee Horn (CB) – Questionable (foot)
Here is Baltimore’s full injury report for Week 11:
- Mark Andrews (TE) – Questionable (knee/shoulder)
- Jalyn Armour-Davis (CB) – Doubtful (hip)
- Gus Edwards (RB) – Questionable (hamstring)
- Lamar Jackson (QB) – Questionable (illness)
Carolina Panthers at Ravens odds
According to the latest odds from FanDuel Sportsbook, the Panthers are 13.0-point underdogs at the Ravens in Week 11.
- Carolina +13.0 is available at -114 (bet $114 to win $100)
- Ravens -13.0 is available at -106 (bet $106 to win $100)
Anyone looking to wager the Panthers on the money line can do so at a whopping +490 (bet $100 to win $490), with the Ravens comfortably favored at -670 (bet $670 to win $100). The over/under is set at 41.5 points.
- Over 41.5 points: -106 (bet $106 to win $100)
- Under 41.5 points: -114 (bet $114 to win $100)
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
Carolina Panthers at Ravens best bets
The line does appear to be big all things considered. However, oddsmakers clearly have Carolina’s thumping at the Bengals during their last away engagement firmly in their minds and are erring on the side of extreme caution as a result.
Wilks’ men will hopefully be full of confidence after their triumph over the Falcons. But it’s hard to say with any great confidence that they can hang with Baltimore’s imposing roster from top to bottom.
With that being said, we are still tipping the Panthers to cover the 13.0-point spread and look for D’Onta Foreman to find the end zone anytime at +170 with FanDuel Sportsbook (bet $100 to win $170), which also seems feasible.
Carolina Panthers at Ravens weather for Week 11
It promises to be a chilly afternoon for football in Baltimore, which is not unexpected at this time of year. Conditions are anticipated to be sunny at three degrees, with a real feel of -2 degrees and 24 kilometers per hour winds.
Wind gusts are expected to reach 56 kilometers/hour with 28 percent humidity.
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