Week 12 NFL picks: Ravens vs. Chargers

Donald Miralle

Experts weigh in on who will win the Week 12 showdown between the Ravens and Chargers.

The AFC North leader takes a trip to the West coast this Sunday as the Baltimore Ravens travel to play the San Diego Chargers, and experts across the Internet are split on who will pick up the victory.

Baltimore has won three games in a row after a 13-10 victory on the road against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Now at 8-2, the Ravens cross to the other side of the country for the bout with the Chargers.

San Diego has lost five of its last six games to fall to 4-6 on the season. Despite having the third-best rushing defense in the NFL, the Chargers haven't defeated a team not named the Kansas City Chiefs since Week 2. The experts don't seem to mind that fact, however, as predictions across the web have San Diego ready to compete with one of the league's best teams.

The large staff of pickers at ESPN are split on the game, with Baltimore receiving an 8-6 edge by taking the Accuscore and fan pick 'em predictions.

The experts at CBS Sports give the edge to the Chargers, with five choosing San Diego to only three for Baltimore. On Yahoo! Sports' smaller sample, the Ravens are chosen to win 3-1.

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