You can find Super Bowl odds on the Baltimore Ravens as high as +1800, at DraftKings Sportsbook.
The Baltimore Ravens are 5-3 and in first place in the AFC North, thanks in large part to quarterback Lamar Jackson, who has more than 2,000 all-purpose yards and 17 total touchdowns between passing and rushing.
Baltimore was priced at +2000 to win the Super Bowl before the NFL season began. With the Steelers staring at possibly their first losing season in many years, and the defending AFC champion Bengals struggling, the division could be the Ravens by default. But Jackson and his teammates are also taking it for themselves. The team is 3-1 on the road, including wins over Tampa Bay and the New York Jets.
What are the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Odds?
Unlike many NFL teams, odds for the Ravens to win Super Bowl LVII vary depending on the sportsbook:
Compare that to the San Francisco 49ers, who are priced at either +1200 or +1300 by those same sports betting apps.
It seems oddsmakers and experts are not in agreement on the Ravens’ chances to win their third Super Bowl. That might stem from two factors: (1) the supposed unsustainability of an offense that relies heavily on one player, and (2) the so-so 20th-ranked Baltimore defense.
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Baltimore Ravens: Path to the Super Bowl
With Cincinnati struggling to find wins as we approach the mid-point of the NFL season, and Pittsburgh seemingly on the way to its first losing season since 2003, the AFC North might come down to the Ravens and the Browns, who just dominated the Bengals on Monday Night Football.
Baltimore narrowly defeated Cleveland in Week 7, but with five wins, it seems likely that the Ravens can find enough victories to at least secure a playoff spot. The biggest challenges for this team will come in the playoffs.
The road to the Super Bowl has run through Kansas City for the last four seasons. In each of those years, the Chiefs have played in the AFC Championship Game, winning it twice. The other dominant team in the conference is the Buffalo Bills (6-1 and priced as the favorite at +230 to win the Super Bowl by PointsBet). It’s likely that the Ravens will face either the Bills or Chiefs (or both!) in the NFL Playoffs.
In Week 4, Baltimore was defeated by the Bills, 23-20 at M&T Bank Stadium. At halftime, the spunky Ravens held a 20-10 lead but were unable to score in the second half. Following a disappointing 8-9 campaign a season ago, the level of play by John Harbaugh’s team is encouraging. If the defensive unit can find a way to seal the holes in pass defense (the Ravens have surrendered the third most yards through the air), this is a team that could secure a home game for the playoffs.
NFL history is filled with MVPs who played on teams that didn’t get to the Super Bowl. In fact, you have to go way back to 1999 to find a player who won regular season NFL Most Valuable Player for a team that also won the Super Bowl. That was Kurt Warner for the St. Louis Rams. Yes, the Rams used to be in St. Louis.
Jackson has an MVP already, and his chances to win another (+1000 from DraftKings) are much less important than whether Harbaugh can craft a cohesive defense to halt opposing teams. Jackson has a diverse corps of receivers, but hardly a top-tier group of pass-catchers. He still has to rely on his play-making ability too often. In the playoffs, against the best teams, that rarely works. Hence Jackson’s 1-3 postseason record.
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