The Baltimore Ravens can’t be too happy with their latest performance, losing the most-anticipated game of the 2020 NFL season. That’s probably bad news for the Washington Football Team, who host Lamar Jackson and Co. in Week 4.

Baltimore is a 13-point favorite in Washington, according to betting odds compiled by OddsShark. The over/under for Sunday’s game is 47.

Expect the Ravens to take out their frustrations on Washington, who is likely among the worst teams in football.

Before losing to the Kansas City Chiefs Monday night, Baltimore hadn’t broken a sweat. They defeated the Cleveland Browns and Houston Texans by a combined score of 71-22.

There’s no shame in losing to Patrick Mahomes. The Ravens can have trouble beating good teams when they fall behind.

Kansas City is, of course, much better than Washington, who isn’t on the same level as the Browns or Texans. Cleveland beat Washington 34-20 in Week 3.

Both Cleveland and the Arizona Cardinals defeated Washington by two touchdowns. The team’s only victory came in Week 1 when Washington sacked Carson Wentz eight times. Rookie Chase Young has been a big part of Washington’s pass rush with 2.5 sacks.

Young missed most of the game against the Browns with a groin injury. If he can’t go against Baltimore, Washington is in a world of trouble.

The quarterback disparity Sunday is enormous. Dwayne Haskins has yet to prove he's a capable NFL starter, posting a 75.4 passer rating with no more than 224 yards in any game this season. Even after one of the worst passing games of his young career, Jackson has a 112.3 passer rating this season.

Jackson also has 182 rushing yards on 5.7 yards per carry. Kyler Murray ran eight times for 67 yards and two scores against Washington in Week 2.

When the Ravens beat bad teams, they win big. In the second half of the 2019 season, Baltimore went 5-0 against teams that missed the playoffs, winning by an average of 26 points per game.

The Ravens are 6-0 against the spread in their last six road games. Washington has covered the spread just once in its last six contests.

Prediction: Baltimore over Washington, 37-17

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Quarterback Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens rolls out to pass against the Kansas City Chiefs in the second half at M&T Bank Stadium on September 28, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland. Rob Carr/Getty Images