ESPN betting analysts Eric Moody and Anita Marks, ESPN Analytics' Seth Walder and Aaron Schatz from Football Outsiders have teamed up to offer up their best bets.
Odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook as of Sunday, unless otherwise noted.
Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens (-7, 46)
Moody: Carson Wentz is getting healthier and returned to a full practice Thursday for the first time since Week 1. He's averaged 34.5 passing attempts and 230 passing yards this season. Meanwhile, the Ravens' defense has allowed the eighth-most passing yards per game (273) to opponents. Wentz posted a 115.1 passer rating in a win against the Dolphins last week. The Colts didn't have to rely on him in the second half thanks to a three-score lead, but the Ravens will put up more of a fight against Indianapolis on their home field. Wentz's positive momentum should continue against Baltimore. His mobility has also returned, which could result in more scrambles.