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Ravens A Good Bet At Rams

Once the Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the Baltimore Ravens 35-7 in week one of the 2011 NFL regular season, a lot of people inclduing some well-known, former NFL players and analyst, labeled the Steelers "old, slow and they're done!"

After the Steelers got thumped, I said bet the house on Pittsburgh the following week at home as I would hate to be those Seattle Seahawks. History has proven me correct, as the "old" Steelers put a 24-0 shutout on Seattle, making those people very wealthy who decided to take my wagering advice.

(Click on the 'Jump' to see some free wagering advice on the Ravens from an online gambling site)

Now the same scenario is facing the Ravens as they head into St. Louis to face the Rams after getting embarrassed by the Tennessee Titans 26-13 this past weekend. There should be some angry football players on the Ravens ready to prove the only fluke so far in 2011 was the Titans loss in week two, not the Steelers win in week one.

Some of the "experts" agree with me as one site has already given out their free pick of the week and it involves the Baltimore Ravens. According to, they have the Ravens favored by 3.5 points in St. Louis, but their free pick is not the spread, but the combined point total of the game. The Over/Under Total is listed there as 41.5,so if you think the two teams combined with score more or less than that number, you wager accordingly.

Sports Chat Place is giving away their free pick of the week for the 3rd weekend of NFL football and it is for you to wager your hard-earn money on the Under, meaning you are betting that the Ravens and Rams do not score more than 41 total points combined on Sunday. Ravens fans will hope the Ravens win this game 41-0, but any total that has Baltimore winning and the total being under 41 points will make you a happy and perhaps a rich man as well.

Remember, regardless if you take this advice or not, Baltimore Beatdown is not a betting site nor does it support, defend or even judge those who wish to do so.