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Ravens Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Sammy Watkins

    WR

    Sammy Watkins (Thigh) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Brandon Williams

    DT

    Brandon Williams (Shoulder) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Jimmy Smith

    CB

    Jimmy Smith (Hip) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Marcus Peters

    CB

    Marcus Peters (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Pernell McPhee

    LB

    Pernell McPhee (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

  • Tavon Young

    CB

    Tavon Young (Foot) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Nick Boyle

    TE

    Nick Boyle (Knee) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Marlon Humphrey

    CB

    Marlon Humphrey (Illness) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Patrick Ricard

    FB

    Patrick Ricard (Hip) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Anthony Averett

    CB

    Anthony Averett (Thigh) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Gus Edwards

    RB

    Gus Edwards (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Chris Westry

    CB

    Chris Westry (Thigh) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Patrick Mekari

    OL

    Patrick Mekari (Ankle) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Miles Boykin

    WR

    Miles Boykin (Finger) is doubtful this week.

    Doubtful

  • Jaylon Ferguson

    OLB

    Jaylon Ferguson (Illness) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Marquise Brown

    WR

    Marquise Brown (Thigh) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Patrick Queen

    LB

    Patrick Queen (Ribs) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • J.K. Dobbins

    RB

    JK Dobbins (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Kristian Welch

    LB

    Kristian Welch (Foot) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Odafe Oweh

    OLB

    Odafe Oweh (Shoulder) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Daelin Hayes

    OLB

    Daelin Hayes (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

Ravens 2021 Schedule & Betting Odds

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Dec 26th@CIN----
Dec 19thGB----
Dec 12th@CLE-+2.542.5+113
Dec 5th@PITL 19-20-4 LU 44PIT -202
Nov 29thCLEW 16-10-3 WU 47BAL -158
Nov 21st@CHIW 16-13-1.5 WU 41BAL -120
Nov 12th@MIAL 10-22-8.5 LU 46.5MIA -400
Nov 7thMINW 34-31-7 WO 51BAL -309
Oct 24thCINL 17-41-6.5 LO 46CIN -271
Oct 17thLACW 34-6-3 WU 51BAL -158

Depth Chart

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Starter2ND3RD4TH
QBLamar JacksonTyler Huntley
RBLatavius MurrayTy'Son WilliamsLe'Veon Bell
WRMarquise BrownSammy WatkinsMiles BoykinJames ProcheDevin DuvernayTylan Wallace
TEMark AndrewsJosh Oliver
LTRonnie StanleyTyre Phillips
LGBen Cleveland
CBradley BozemanPatrick MekariTrystan Colon-Castillo
RGKevin ZeitlerBen Powers
RTAlejandro Villanueva
WLBMalik HarrisonKristian Welch
MLBPatrick QueenChristopher Board
SSChuck ClarkBrandon StephensGeno Stone
FSDeShon ElliottAr'Darius WashingtonAnthony Levine
PSam Koch
HSam Koch
PRDevin DuvernayJames Proche
KRDevin Duvernay
LSNick Moore
DEDerek Wolfe
NTBrandon Williams
FBPatrick Ricard
RUSHJaylon FergusonDaelin Hayes
DTCalais CampbellBroderick WashingtonJustin MadubuikeJustin Ellis
CBMarlon HumphreyJimmy SmithChris WestryAnthony AverettTavon Young
KJustin Tucker
SAM Tyus BowserJustin HoustonOdafe Oweh

Baltimore Ravens Player Stats

  • passing yards

    Lamar Jackson
    2865
    pyds
  • passing touchdowns

    Lamar Jackson
    16
    ptd
  • rushing yards

    Lamar Jackson
    762
    ryds
  • rushing touchdowns

    Devonta Freeman
    4
    rtd

Baltimore Ravens Odds, Spreads, History & More

The best way to describe the Baltimore Ravens’ 2020 season is streaky. A 5-1 start had them in the thick of the AFC North race before losing four of five games. But a five-game winning streak to close the regular season was enough to return to the NFL playoffs for the third year in a row. Baltimore eventually bowed out in the Divisional Round with a 17-3 loss to the Buffalo Bills. While the Ravens won three fewer games than in 2019 and were eliminated in the same round for a second consecutive season, there are reasons to be optimistic heading into 2021. Most notably, QB Lamar Jackson picked up his first-ever playoff win.

Jackson has already won MVP once through his first three NFL seasons, and winning in the playoffs will be great for his confidence going forward. The Ravens go where their signal-caller takes them, so the next step for Jackson is to become more consistent. He was great in wins and ineffective in losses . In Year 3, he threw for 2,757 yards and 26 passing touchdowns compared to nine interceptions. He racked up 1,005 yards and seven more scores on the ground, though he fumbled ten times and lost four.

But the fault shouldn’t be placed entirely on Jackson. Some of the team’s struggles came from a lack of a supporting cast as well as injuries. Fortunately for the Ravens, they’re looking pretty loaded on both sides of the ball. All-Pro left tackle Ronnie Stanley is back to anchor the offensive line after missing the second half of last season with an ankle injury. Jackson’s top targets in Mark Andrews and Marquise Brown have another year of experience after combining to haul in 115 passes and 15 touchdowns in 2020. Although Gus Edwards was re-signed, J.K. Dobbins could take over the starting running back spot, keeping the possibility open of a backfield tandem.

And defensively, the big question in Baltimore is the pass rush. Yannick Ngakoue and Matt Judon both left in free agency after combining for 14 sacks last year. It’s hard to predict or replace that type of production, but keep an eye on second-year linebacker Patrick Queen as a player who could line up all over and be asked to do more. Queen finished second on the Ravens with 66 tackles as a rookie in addition to three sacks, a couple of forced fumbles, and an interception. The secondary figures are to be one of the more intimidating in the NFL, with cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters . In 2020, Humphrey forced eight fumbles and led Baltimore with 70 tackles while Peters had a team-high four interceptions.

The Ravens open the 2021 NFL season at the Las Vegas Raiders. You can view the Action Network’s top odds for the game below, in addition to an NFL odds comparison for every Week 1 game right here.

Baltimore Ravens & Caesars

The Baltimore Ravens and Caesars reached an agreement just before the 2021 football season began. The agreement will give Caesars Sportsbook naming rights throuhgout the club level of M&T Bank Stadium and animated displays on the stadium's LED boards. Horseshoe Baltimore, the Ravens' casino partner, will host an annual event on the M&T Bank Stadium club level in addition to pre-game club level events with two Ravens alumni players for as many as 100 guests.

To learn more about Caesars Sportsbook, read our sportsbook review. The Caesars promo code is ACTIONRF, which you can claim here for a $1,001 first bet match.

Week 14 Odds: Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns (via BetMGM)

TeamSpreadMoneylineTotal O/U
Baltimore Ravens(+2.5) -110+110Over 42.5 (-110)
Cleveland Browns(-2.5) -110-130Under 42.5 (-110)

More: Matchup Page

Ravens Offseason Movement 2021

Trades: none

Draft picks: Rashod Bateman (WR, Minnesota), Odafe Oweh (LB, Penn State), Tylan Wallace (WR, Oklahoma State), Shaun Wade (CB, Ohio State)

Re-signings: Derek Wolfe (DE, three years), Tyus Bowser (LB, four years), Gus Edwards (RB, one year), Pernell McPhee (EDGE, one year), Calais Campbell (EDGE, two years)

Free-agent signings: Kevin Zeitler (G, three years), Alejandro Villaneuva (T, two years), Justin Houston (EDGE, one year), Sammy Watkins (WR, one year)

Free-agent losses:  Matt Judon (LB, to Patriots), Yannick Ngakous (EDGE, to Raiders), Matt Skura (C, to Dolphins)

Ravens Rivals

Baltimore’s mid-season skid in 2020 prevented it from winning the AFC North for the third year in a row, though its 11-5 record earned one AFC wild card berth. The Pittsburgh Steelers won the division last year at 12-4 after winning both head-to-head meetings with Baltimore. The AFC North was ultra-competitive a year ago and placed three teams in the playoffs after the Cleveland Browns also went 11-5 and made a historic return to the postseason, even taking Pittsburgh out in the opening round. All three figure to be in the division hunt once again. The Cincinnati Bengals went 4-11-1 with their main 2021 storyline being QB Joe Burrow’s recovery from a knee injury that ended his rookie year.

While this division has some very strong teams in it, it’s worth noting that the AFC North champion has not won a playoff game since 2016. Wild card teams are 2-2 in that span. Find weekly Baltimore Ravens NFL odds above. Below you’ll find how to bet on the Ravens as well as their complete 2021 schedule, betting trends, performance against-the-spread (ATS), injury history, a full depth chart and more.

MORE: Keep up with all Baltimore Ravens news

Betting on the Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens Point Spreads

Betting point spreads are wagers based on the expectation that a team will win or lose by a certain number of points. The Ravens were one of the top teams in the league at covering in 2020, owning a 10-6 record against the spread. Baltimore’s 11 wins were by an average margin of 18.2 points, while its five losses came at an average of seven points.

Here’s an example:

  • Ravens +1.5 (+110)
  • Browns -1.5 (-110)

In this situation, the Ravens are 1.5 point underdogs against the Browns. If Cleveland wins the game by two or more points, a $100 wager on the Browns would come with a payout of $90.91. If Baltimore won the game outright or lost by one point or less, the same $100 wager would net $110 plus the original $100 for a total of $210.

FAQ: Everything you need to know about point spreads

Baltimore Ravens Over/Unders aka Ravens Totals

Over/under, also called point total, is a wager placed on the combined scoring of a single game. Bookmakers come up with a number and you can either bet the over or — you guessed it — the under. Here’s how it works:

Let's say the Ravens play the Steelers and the over/under is set at 40 points. A wager on the over would require Baltimore and Pittsburgh to score 41 total points or more to win. Betting the under is an expectation that the two teams would score 39 or fewer points. It's also possible for the bet to push, which would happen if the game finished with exactly 40 points scored.

In 2020, Baltimore averaged 29.8 points during its 5-1 start, 20.6 points during a 1-4 skid and 37.2 points during a 5-0 finish. The Ravens defense was a bit more steady, allowing 18.9 points per game as the under hit in 56.2% of their games last season.

FAQ: Betting the point total, explained | What is a push?

Baltimore Ravens Moneylines

The moneyline is as straightforward as it gets when it comes to betting. The only thing to do here is pick the winner. Check out this example:

  • Ravens -130
  • Bengals +240

The minus (-) and plus (+) signs distinguish the favorite from the underdog, making Baltimore the favorite in this scenario. Odds can be understood more clearly if you think in terms of $10 or $100 increments. A wager on the Ravens odds would mean every $13 bet nets $10. And it's the opposite for underdogs: Here, the Bengals moneyline was set at +240, meaning a $10 wager would profit $24.

Moneylines are also commonly used when making parlays, which are multiple bets tied into one. Let’s say you bet the Ravens moneyline and -2.5 point spread, Baltimore would need to win by three points or more for that bet to be successful. The risk is greater, but so is the reward with increased odds. Use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion, and take advantage of welcome offers like the BetMGM Bonus.

FAQ: How to bet on the moneyline | How to make a parlay

Baltimore Ravens Props

Player props are wagers on a single player, and they're tied to a single stat found in the box score for a game or even the whole season. These are among the most fun to bet on, especially if you're already playing fantasy football and like the player-specific focus it offers. Check out a hypothetical example below:

  • Lamar Jackson 2021 rushing yards: 1,125

Let’s break it down a bit. Jackson averaged 67 net rushing yards per game in 2020, down from the 80.4 he racked up in his MVP season. We’ll assume he doesn’t quite return to MVP form but that he gets up to 70 yards per game. If Jackson maintained that average over a 16-game season he’d come up just short with 1,120 yards. Remember, the NFL added an extra regular season game in 2021. Jackson would go over if he played all 17 games, so maybe take the under on this one.

FAQ: Here’s how prop betting works

Ravens Futures

Futures are somewhat similar to prop bets in the way that both are monitored over the course of a season. Except most future bets are focused on end of season success. Examples of futures are:

  • Baltimore Ravens odds to win the AFC North
  • Baltimore Ravens odds to win the AFC
  • Baltimore Ravens odds to win the Super Bowl
  • Lamar Jackson’s odds to win MVP
  • Marlon Humphrey’s odds to win Defensive Player of the Year

If you’re confident that the Ravens will get back to the top of the division or that Lamar Jackson is ready to lead a deep playoff run, this is the place to be. For a complete list of NFL futures, click or tap here.

Make sure to check out our sportsbook reviews for more information on what’s available in your state and exclusive sign-up bonuses and promo codes.

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Next Ravens Game

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Browns vs Ravens Odds

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BAL
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CLE
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Ravens Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Sammy Watkins

    WR

    Sammy Watkins (Thigh) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Brandon Williams

    DT

    Brandon Williams (Shoulder) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Jimmy Smith

    CB

    Jimmy Smith (Hip) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Marcus Peters

    CB

    Marcus Peters (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Pernell McPhee

    LB

    Pernell McPhee (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

  • Tavon Young

    CB

    Tavon Young (Foot) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Nick Boyle

    TE

    Nick Boyle (Knee) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Marlon Humphrey

    CB

    Marlon Humphrey (Illness) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Patrick Ricard

    FB

    Patrick Ricard (Hip) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Anthony Averett

    CB

    Anthony Averett (Thigh) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Gus Edwards

    RB

    Gus Edwards (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Chris Westry

    CB

    Chris Westry (Thigh) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Patrick Mekari

    OL

    Patrick Mekari (Ankle) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Miles Boykin

    WR

    Miles Boykin (Finger) is doubtful this week.

    Doubtful

  • Jaylon Ferguson

    OLB

    Jaylon Ferguson (Illness) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Marquise Brown

    WR

    Marquise Brown (Thigh) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Patrick Queen

    LB

    Patrick Queen (Ribs) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • J.K. Dobbins

    RB

    JK Dobbins (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Kristian Welch

    LB

    Kristian Welch (Foot) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Odafe Oweh

    OLB

    Odafe Oweh (Shoulder) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Daelin Hayes

    OLB

    Daelin Hayes (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

Baltimore Ravens Odds, Spreads, History & More

The best way to describe the Baltimore Ravens’ 2020 season is streaky. A 5-1 start had them in the thick of the AFC North race before losing four of five games. But a five-game winning streak to close the regular season was enough to return to the NFL playoffs for the third year in a row. Baltimore eventually bowed out in the Divisional Round with a 17-3 loss to the Buffalo Bills. While the Ravens won three fewer games than in 2019 and were eliminated in the same round for a second consecutive season, there are reasons to be optimistic heading into 2021. Most notably, QB Lamar Jackson picked up his first-ever playoff win.

Jackson has already won MVP once through his first three NFL seasons, and winning in the playoffs will be great for his confidence going forward. The Ravens go where their signal-caller takes them, so the next step for Jackson is to become more consistent. He was great in wins and ineffective in losses . In Year 3, he threw for 2,757 yards and 26 passing touchdowns compared to nine interceptions. He racked up 1,005 yards and seven more scores on the ground, though he fumbled ten times and lost four.

But the fault shouldn’t be placed entirely on Jackson. Some of the team’s struggles came from a lack of a supporting cast as well as injuries. Fortunately for the Ravens, they’re looking pretty loaded on both sides of the ball. All-Pro left tackle Ronnie Stanley is back to anchor the offensive line after missing the second half of last season with an ankle injury. Jackson’s top targets in Mark Andrews and Marquise Brown have another year of experience after combining to haul in 115 passes and 15 touchdowns in 2020. Although Gus Edwards was re-signed, J.K. Dobbins could take over the starting running back spot, keeping the possibility open of a backfield tandem.

And defensively, the big question in Baltimore is the pass rush. Yannick Ngakoue and Matt Judon both left in free agency after combining for 14 sacks last year. It’s hard to predict or replace that type of production, but keep an eye on second-year linebacker Patrick Queen as a player who could line up all over and be asked to do more. Queen finished second on the Ravens with 66 tackles as a rookie in addition to three sacks, a couple of forced fumbles, and an interception. The secondary figures are to be one of the more intimidating in the NFL, with cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters . In 2020, Humphrey forced eight fumbles and led Baltimore with 70 tackles while Peters had a team-high four interceptions.

The Ravens open the 2021 NFL season at the Las Vegas Raiders. You can view the Action Network’s top odds for the game below, in addition to an NFL odds comparison for every Week 1 game right here.

Baltimore Ravens & Caesars

The Baltimore Ravens and Caesars reached an agreement just before the 2021 football season began. The agreement will give Caesars Sportsbook naming rights throuhgout the club level of M&T Bank Stadium and animated displays on the stadium's LED boards. Horseshoe Baltimore, the Ravens' casino partner, will host an annual event on the M&T Bank Stadium club level in addition to pre-game club level events with two Ravens alumni players for as many as 100 guests.

To learn more about Caesars Sportsbook, read our sportsbook review. The Caesars promo code is ACTIONRF, which you can claim here for a $1,001 first bet match.

Week 14 Odds: Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns (via BetMGM)

TeamSpreadMoneylineTotal O/U
Baltimore Ravens(+2.5) -110+110Over 42.5 (-110)
Cleveland Browns(-2.5) -110-130Under 42.5 (-110)

More: Matchup Page

Ravens Offseason Movement 2021

Trades: none

Draft picks: Rashod Bateman (WR, Minnesota), Odafe Oweh (LB, Penn State), Tylan Wallace (WR, Oklahoma State), Shaun Wade (CB, Ohio State)

Re-signings: Derek Wolfe (DE, three years), Tyus Bowser (LB, four years), Gus Edwards (RB, one year), Pernell McPhee (EDGE, one year), Calais Campbell (EDGE, two years)

Free-agent signings: Kevin Zeitler (G, three years), Alejandro Villaneuva (T, two years), Justin Houston (EDGE, one year), Sammy Watkins (WR, one year)

Free-agent losses:  Matt Judon (LB, to Patriots), Yannick Ngakous (EDGE, to Raiders), Matt Skura (C, to Dolphins)

Ravens Rivals

Baltimore’s mid-season skid in 2020 prevented it from winning the AFC North for the third year in a row, though its 11-5 record earned one AFC wild card berth. The Pittsburgh Steelers won the division last year at 12-4 after winning both head-to-head meetings with Baltimore. The AFC North was ultra-competitive a year ago and placed three teams in the playoffs after the Cleveland Browns also went 11-5 and made a historic return to the postseason, even taking Pittsburgh out in the opening round. All three figure to be in the division hunt once again. The Cincinnati Bengals went 4-11-1 with their main 2021 storyline being QB Joe Burrow’s recovery from a knee injury that ended his rookie year.

While this division has some very strong teams in it, it’s worth noting that the AFC North champion has not won a playoff game since 2016. Wild card teams are 2-2 in that span. Find weekly Baltimore Ravens NFL odds above. Below you’ll find how to bet on the Ravens as well as their complete 2021 schedule, betting trends, performance against-the-spread (ATS), injury history, a full depth chart and more.

MORE: Keep up with all Baltimore Ravens news

Betting on the Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens Point Spreads

Betting point spreads are wagers based on the expectation that a team will win or lose by a certain number of points. The Ravens were one of the top teams in the league at covering in 2020, owning a 10-6 record against the spread. Baltimore’s 11 wins were by an average margin of 18.2 points, while its five losses came at an average of seven points.

Here’s an example:

  • Ravens +1.5 (+110)
  • Browns -1.5 (-110)

In this situation, the Ravens are 1.5 point underdogs against the Browns. If Cleveland wins the game by two or more points, a $100 wager on the Browns would come with a payout of $90.91. If Baltimore won the game outright or lost by one point or less, the same $100 wager would net $110 plus the original $100 for a total of $210.

FAQ: Everything you need to know about point spreads

Baltimore Ravens Over/Unders aka Ravens Totals

Over/under, also called point total, is a wager placed on the combined scoring of a single game. Bookmakers come up with a number and you can either bet the over or — you guessed it — the under. Here’s how it works:

Let's say the Ravens play the Steelers and the over/under is set at 40 points. A wager on the over would require Baltimore and Pittsburgh to score 41 total points or more to win. Betting the under is an expectation that the two teams would score 39 or fewer points. It's also possible for the bet to push, which would happen if the game finished with exactly 40 points scored.

In 2020, Baltimore averaged 29.8 points during its 5-1 start, 20.6 points during a 1-4 skid and 37.2 points during a 5-0 finish. The Ravens defense was a bit more steady, allowing 18.9 points per game as the under hit in 56.2% of their games last season.

FAQ: Betting the point total, explained | What is a push?

Baltimore Ravens Moneylines

The moneyline is as straightforward as it gets when it comes to betting. The only thing to do here is pick the winner. Check out this example:

  • Ravens -130
  • Bengals +240

The minus (-) and plus (+) signs distinguish the favorite from the underdog, making Baltimore the favorite in this scenario. Odds can be understood more clearly if you think in terms of $10 or $100 increments. A wager on the Ravens odds would mean every $13 bet nets $10. And it's the opposite for underdogs: Here, the Bengals moneyline was set at +240, meaning a $10 wager would profit $24.

Moneylines are also commonly used when making parlays, which are multiple bets tied into one. Let’s say you bet the Ravens moneyline and -2.5 point spread, Baltimore would need to win by three points or more for that bet to be successful. The risk is greater, but so is the reward with increased odds. Use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion, and take advantage of welcome offers like the BetMGM Bonus.

FAQ: How to bet on the moneyline | How to make a parlay

Baltimore Ravens Props

Player props are wagers on a single player, and they're tied to a single stat found in the box score for a game or even the whole season. These are among the most fun to bet on, especially if you're already playing fantasy football and like the player-specific focus it offers. Check out a hypothetical example below:

  • Lamar Jackson 2021 rushing yards: 1,125

Let’s break it down a bit. Jackson averaged 67 net rushing yards per game in 2020, down from the 80.4 he racked up in his MVP season. We’ll assume he doesn’t quite return to MVP form but that he gets up to 70 yards per game. If Jackson maintained that average over a 16-game season he’d come up just short with 1,120 yards. Remember, the NFL added an extra regular season game in 2021. Jackson would go over if he played all 17 games, so maybe take the under on this one.

FAQ: Here’s how prop betting works

Ravens Futures

Futures are somewhat similar to prop bets in the way that both are monitored over the course of a season. Except most future bets are focused on end of season success. Examples of futures are:

  • Baltimore Ravens odds to win the AFC North
  • Baltimore Ravens odds to win the AFC
  • Baltimore Ravens odds to win the Super Bowl
  • Lamar Jackson’s odds to win MVP
  • Marlon Humphrey’s odds to win Defensive Player of the Year

If you’re confident that the Ravens will get back to the top of the division or that Lamar Jackson is ready to lead a deep playoff run, this is the place to be. For a complete list of NFL futures, click or tap here.

Make sure to check out our sportsbook reviews for more information on what’s available in your state and exclusive sign-up bonuses and promo codes.

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