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Picks And Predictions For Week 9 At The Baltimore Ravens 

The Seattle Seahawks face the Ravens on Sunday, November 5 at M&T Bank Stadium as part of Week 9 of the 2023 season. Kickoff is set for 10 a.m. PT. Here’s what local and national media are predicting:  


The Seattle Seahawks (5-2) take on the Baltimore Ravens (6-2) for Week 9 at M&T Bank Stadium. Take a look at what local and national media are predicting for Sunday's game. Click here to learn how to watch, listen, and stream the action.

Victoria Hernandez, USA Today: Ravens 27, Seahawks 23

"The Ravens have a well-rounded offense and are chugging along nicely. The Seahawks haven't exactly had the strongest schedule so far this season. They won't be able to keep up in the cross country road game against that high-powered offense and stout defense."

Safid Deen, USA Today: Ravens 27, Seahawks 20

"Lamar Jackson and the Ravens are on a roll, and it will continue next week against the visiting Seahawks. This one is simple for me: Jackson and the Ravens defense will be too much for Geno Smith and the Seahawks."

Tyler Dragon, USA Today: Ravens 24, Seahawks 20

"The Ravens are quietly the best team in the AFC and Lamar Jackson is performing at an MVP level. We'll find out a lot about the Ravens in November. Baltimore's November calendar consists of the Seahawks, Browns, Bengals and Chargers. Sunday is going to be a physical game battle in Baltimore."

Bill Bender, Sporting News: Ravens 29, Seahawks 24

"This is the fourth head-to-head meeting between Pete Carroll and John Harbaugh, and Carroll has a 2-1 advantage in those previous meetings. Seattle is 2-1 S/U on the road this season, and Geno Smith has a 93.7 rating with three TDs and two INTs in those games. Lamar Jackson has a 71.4% completion percentage with 5 TDs and one interception in a three-game win streak. The Ravens win, but this game will be tight."

Pete Prisco, CBS Sports: Ravens 27, Seahawks 18

"The Ravens beat the Cardinals in lackluster style last week, while Seattle came back to beat the Browns and P.J. Walker. The Seattle defense is improving every week, and adding Leonard Williams will help, but this is a long trip against a team that can score. Look for Lamar Jackson to play better than he did last week."

Ali Bhanpuri, Ravens 22, Seahawks 20

"In a week with a handful of heavyweight matchups, this slugfest between coastal elites might be my favorite. High-powered offenses, hard-hitting defenses -- what more can you ask for? Mistake-free football, if you're Pete Carroll. Seattle ranks second in the NFL in penalties per game, many of them of the pre-snap variety that put the Seahawks behind the sticks before they can even get going. They also rank in the league's bottom tier on third down -- both on offense (35.4%; 23rd) and defense (45.3%; 30th). The 'Hawks largely have been able to overcome their self-inflicted errors thanks to a very forgiving schedule (.368 strength of victory), but continued carelessness will not fly against the Ravens. Especially not at M&T Bank Stadium, where Lamar Jackson boasts a .765 career winning percentage (26-8) -- the fourth-best home win rate among active QBs since 2018."

Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Ravens 24, Seahawks 16

"Seattle showed some vulnerability in last Sunday's narrow escape against Cleveland and now get a better team — and much more accomplished quarterback — in a tough road setting. Seahawks will need to create a lot of breaks to win this one."

Adam Jude, Seattle Times: Seahawks 24, Ravens 23

"Seattle's defense has been excellent over the past month … and Sunday will turn into its true coming-out party with a statement-making win on the road against one of the NFL's best teams."

Larry Stone, Seattle Times: Ravens 21, Seahawks 17

"The Seahawks had a great road win in Detroit and should have had one in Cincinnati. Now they face another tough trip against the team that's No. 2 in scoring defense and No. 7 in scoring offense in the NFL. It will prove too tough a task."

Matt Calkins, Seattle Times: Ravens 23, Seahawks 20

"Seattle's defense has proved stingy over the past four games, but Lamar Jackson is a test unlike anything they've faced this season. Baltimore won't dominate the Seahawks — or even cover the spread — but it will improve to 7-2 despite the Seahawks' recent defensive-line addition."

Mike Florio, NBC Sports: Ravens 28, Seahawks 20

"The Seahawks have done better than expected this year. Winning in Baltimore might be too much to expect."

More picks from around the web:

Eric Moody, Ravens 31, Seahawks 24

Seth Walder, Ravens 20, Seahawks 16

Chris Simms, NBC Sports: Ravens 27, Seahawks 17

Brooke Cersosimo, Ravens 24, Seahawks 20

Gennaro Filice, Ravens 23, Seahawks 20

Tom Blair, Ravens 25, Seahawks 21

Dan Parr, Ravens 24, Seahawks 21

The Seahawks and Ravens face off on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2023. Kickoff is set for 10:00 a.m. PT. Take a look back through history at the Seahawks' matchups against the Ravens.

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