Odds, line, how you can watch, live stream: 2021 NFL picks. Week 14 prediction by proven model

SportsLine just released its NFL picks for Ravens and Browns on CBS and Paramount+

Odds, line, how you can watch, live stream: 2021 NFL picks. Week 14 prediction by proven model

Although the Cleveland Browns lost to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 12, they used the bye to adjust and will host their AFC North counterparts in a rematch this Sunday. After Pittsburgh's win in the fourth quarter, the Ravens are now in a weakened position. They won 20-19 last week. They'll now face the Browns team seeking revenge on Sunday. Paramount+ will stream the game in select markets.

Kickoff at FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET. ET. Sunday's matchup will be live on CBS in select markets and live streamed on Paramount+ as part of their Premium plan.

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How to watch Browns vs. Ravens

Browns vs. Ravens date: Sunday, Dec. 12

Browns vs. Ravens time: 1 p.m. ET

Browns vs. Ravens TV channel: CBS

Browns vs. Ravens live stream: Paramount+

Week 14 NFL picks for Ravens vs. Browns

You should first see the NFL picks generated by SportsLine's computer model before you watch Sunday's Browns vs. Ravens match. Since its creation six-plus decades ago, the model simulates every NFL match 10,000 times. It is now up to $7,200 for $100 players based on top-rated NFL picks. It enters Week 14 in 2021 with a remarkable 132-94 run using top-rated NFL picks dating back to 2017.

It also ranked among the top 10 on NFLPickWatch for straight-up NFL picks four years in a row and beat more that 94 percent CBS Sports Football Pick'em four times over the same period. It is a great model to follow.

The model predicts that Baltimore will be covered as a 2.5 point underdog for Browns vs. Ravens. The Ravens are still competitive despite the overwhelming injury report for Baltimore. Baltimore's secondary is woefully short after it was announced that Marlon Humphrey, the starting cornerback, is out for the season. Marcus Peters, a fellow starting cornerback, had already been declared ineligible for the season after tearing his ACL during the preseason. Anthony Everett, the replacement for Marcus Peters, should be able play this week. However, he has been limited in practice due to a knee injury.

This would normally be good news for Baker Mayfield, Browns quarterback. However, Mayfield has been suffering from a series of injuries this season which has resulted in inconsistent production. Mayfield finished Week 12 with 247 passing yards, but Kareem Hunt and Nick Chubb combined had only 15 carries for just 36 yards. In their two games against Baltimore, Mayfield and Hunt averaged 123 yards per match as a tandem. However, the Ravens allowed 859 rushing yards to opposing runningbacks in 2021, which is the fourth-lowest in the NFL.

SportsLine's model predicts Chubb and Hunt will find their groove this week after the bye, and record 129 combined yards of rushing at home. This should propel the Browns to their seventh win of the season. However, Baltimore will keep the game within a point in just over half of simulations.

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