Brian Urlacher and Ray Lewis will be inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio as part of the 2018 class on Saturday. The festivities leading up to the enshrinement ceremony continue on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET, however, with the 2018 NFL Hall of Fame Game between the Lewis' Baltimore Ravens and Urlacher's Chicago Bears. The Ravens are favored by 1.5 after the line opened at one, although it had moved as high as 2.5. The Over-Under for total points scored is 35, up two from an open of 33 after heavy action on the over.
Halftime: Ravens 10, Bears 7 After 17 points, three touchdowns, and other exciting things in the first quarter, the second quarter looked more like your usual Hall of Fame Game. Baltimore took a small lead into halftime, but didn’t debut Lamar Jackson so there’s still plenty of reason to keep the TV on.
This is Ray Lewis' weekend. The former All-Pro linebacker is part of an eight-person class entering the Hall of Fame as its latest group of enshrinees on Saturday in Canton, Ohio. It's understandable if he's feeling himself right about now. It seems, though, that the goodwill has spread outward from Lewis to his former team, which is in Canton as a participant in Thursday's Hall of Fame Game. Lewis, arguably the best middle linebacker of his generation, extended the same compliment to Baltimore's current man in the middle.