The Ravens will host the Packers in Baltimore on Sunday. The pair of relatively-recent Super Bowl champions are both coming off wins and are looking to continue their winning ways in Week 6. Although the Packers are the visiting team, they are listed as 2.5-point favorites, according to OddsShark.
The Ravens have struggled to put up points, but have still been able to pull off a 3-2 record. Baltimore rode running back Ray Rice and wide receiver Torrey Smith to victory against the Dolphins in Week 5. With Rice recovered from a hip injury, Baltimore has a balanced attack on offense. The Ravens defense has been up-and-down, but they seemingly found their groove against Miami, holding them to 23 points and 22 rushing yards.
The Packers have recovered from a poor 1-2 start and owned the Lions in Week 5. While the Packers did not put up an array of points, they soundly handled Detroit on defense. If the Packers can show balance on both sides of the ball, the Ravens will have a tough time keeping up. Look for Aaron Rodgers to connect with targets Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson early and, with any luck, often in the contest.
The Ravens will host the Packers at 1 p.m. ET Sunday. The game will be televised on FOX.