Red-hot Baltimore Ravens face New York Giants in Week 16 matchup

Giants (5-9) at Ravens (9-5)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET | Fox

Matchup rating: 56.0 | Spread: BAL -10.5 (45)

What to watch for: Can Lamar Jackson and the red-hot Ravens offense continue their success against the stingy Giants? Over the past three games, the Ravens are averaging an NFL-best 40 points per game and Jackson has produced a passer rating over 100 each time. The Giants are holding teams to 18.7 points since Week 9, the fifth fewest in the league during that span. -- Jamison Hensley

Bold prediction: Jackson rushes for more than 100 yards. He has averaged 84.3 yards on the ground over his past three starts. Now he faces a Giants defense that had trouble containing Kyler Murray two weeks ago. Murray rushed for 47 yards in a Week 14 win over the Giants. Now New York has to deal with Jackson, whom coach Joe Judge called a "unicorn" and compared to trying to tackle Gumby. -- Jordan Raanan

Stat to know: Baltimore is favored by 10.5 points. The Ravens are 40-0 all-time in the regular season when favored by double digits, the only franchise without a loss in those games in the Super Bowl era.

Playoff/draft picture: The Giants will be eliminated from the playoffs with a loss or a Washington win. FPI gives the Ravens a 84.3% chance to make the playoffs, most likely as the 6-seed.

Injuries: Giants | Ravens

What to know for fantasy: Three of Jackson's best five games this season have come in his three games since returning to action (29.9 points per game in those three games). See Week 16 rankings.

Betting nugget: The Giants are 6-1 ATS on the road this season and 18-5 ATS on the road in the past three seasons. Read more.

Raanan's pick: Ravens 30, Giants 16

Hensley's pick: Ravens 27, Giants 10

FPI prediction: BAL, 80.5% (by an average of 11.4 points)

Matchup must-reads: For Joe Judge, Giants' season has always been about growth, not playoffs ... Waving Terrible Towels? Ravens need help to get into playoffs ... Giants' offense hits new low, but New York still in NFC East hunt ... No title, no problem: Ravens still stake claim to best team in AFC North