Betting On The Baltimore Ravens To Win The Super Bowl
Betting on the Baltimore Ravens to win the Super Bowl in 2021 could be one of the best bets that an NFL bettor could make. They have proven that they are still the same explosive team that they were during Lamar Jackson’s first season with the team. That said, bettors should look into Baltimore’s Super Bowl odds before they shorten any more throughout the regular season.
The Ravens have loads of talent on their team both on offense and defense which is why in recent years they have been able to add to their playoff appearances, divisions championships, conference championships and even a Super Bowl win. The Ravens have proven that they can compete with just about any team in the league and also make it to any point in the playoffs as well.
Bettors can find all of the Ravens NFL odds right here. Below are the Ravens odds of winning the Super Bowl, AFC Championship odds and also their odds to win the AFC North. There are also different odds as well such as the different player props that are available for the team as well as their playoff history.
Baltimore Ravens Playoff History
|2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2018, 2019. 2020|
|2003, 2006, 2011, 2012, 2018, 2019|
|Super Bowl Victories||
|2000 (XXXV), 2012 (XLVII)|
|Super Bowl Losses||
|Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks||
|Trent Dilfer, Joe Flacco|
|Super Bowl Winning Coaches||
|Brian Billick, Jim Harbaugh|
|Super Bowl MVPs||
|Ray Lewis (XXXV), Joe Flacco (XLVII)|
What Are The Baltimore Ravens Odds To Win The Super Bowl?
The Ravens have not been back to the AFC Championship since they won it back in 2012 but have remained a premier team in the conference and the division ever since as they have made the playoffs four times since then. With that said, the Ravens currently are sitting with the third shortest odds to win the AFC Championship. The Ravens have not been back to the AFC Championship since they won it back in 2012 but have remained a premier team in the conference and the division ever since as they have made the playoffs four times since then.
The Ravens have not been back to the AFC Championship since they won it back in 2012 but have remained a premier team in the conference and the division ever since as they have made the playoffs four times since then. With that said, the Ravens currently are sitting with the second shortest odds to win the AFC Championship behind the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Ravens have found great success in the NFC North recently as they have been able to win two of the last three division championships. Now that the reigning division champions, the Pittsburgh Steelers, are uncertain about the future of some players on their team, it makes room for the Ravens to jump out in front. Super Bowl sportsbooks have the same mentality as the Ravens are sitting with the shortest odds to win the division.
Baltimore Ravens 2021 Betting Odds
- Super Bowl: +1500
- AFC Championship: +650
- AFC North: +120
Baltimore Ravens ATS Betting History
- 2020: 11-7
- 2019: 10-7
- 2018: 8-9
- 2017: 8-7-1
- 2016: 7-9
Baltimore Ravens Over/Under Betting History
- 2020: 7-11
- 2019: 9-8
- 2018: 7-10
- 2017: 9-7
- 2016: 7-9
Betting On The Ravens In Maryland
Although Ravens fans in Maryland do not have the luxury of land-based sportsbooks in the state, they have the luxury of land-based sportsbooks in nearby states like Pennsylvania and West Virginia. For those not wanting to make the trip to neighboring states, there are plenty of online sportsbooks out there for Ravens fans to take advantage of. BetOnline, for example, has some of the best and most competitive betting lines out there. They also have great promotions for those just signing up for an account.
Online sportsbooks in Maryland do offer plenty of mobile betting options to their users in which they can place any bet right from the palm of their hand. In addition to placing bets, bettors can also access promotions from their phone as well which would give them more room to bet on the Baltimore Ravens. Bettors will be able to find Ravens moneyline, spread and game total odds in addition to different Ravens prop bets as well from anywhere they are.
2020 Ravens Player Props
The Baltimore Ravens have been a team on a mission in their last few seasons as they have made some noise in the playoffs. That is thanks to their explosive quarterback, Lamar Jackson and company including Marquise “Hollywood” Brown, J.K. Dobbins and Mark Andrews. With that, online sportsbooks offer player props throughout the playoffs for as long as the Ravens remain in contention.
In his first year starting, Lamar Jackson led the league in passes at 36 touchdowns. The odds of the passing touchdown are set at 26.5 and 3299.5 passing yards, bettors are taking the over for both. The double threat also finished with the most rushing yards by a quarterback in a single season after running for 1206 yards. The sportsbooks have set his rushing yards for this year at 919.5 yards and the odds are slightly leaning to the under.
Mark Andrew is another player that had a breakout year last year. He had the second-best receiving grade in the league at 90.2 and now averages 14 yards a reception after only two years. Last year he finished with 10 TDs but his odds are set at 9.5 and the under is favored for this year. The receiving yards are set at 899.5 and his projected receptions are set at 64.5 catches.
Baltimore Ravens Playoff History
The Baltimore Ravens are one of the “newer” teams in the NFL as they have only been an established team since 1996. In their 24 years of existence, they have seen 13 playoff appearances which include 6 division championships, 2 conference championships along with 2 Super Bowl victories.
Ravens Playoff Appearances
All of the Ravens' playoff appearances have come under just two coaches. Their first playoff berth came in 2000 under Brian Billick who coached them to three more playoff appearances including 2001, 2003 and 2006. They rallied eight more playoff appearances under coach John Harbaugh with their first one of the Harbaugh era coming in 2008. They made the playoffs every year from 2008 to 2012 and again in 2014, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Ravens Division Championships
Of the Ravens 13 playoff appearances, they have turned 6 of them into division titles. Just two of them came under Brian Billick in 2003 and 2006 with Kyle Boller and Steven McNair under center. Their next four came in the Jim Harbaugh era with the first one coming in 2011 and one year later in 2012, both with Joe Flacco under center. They won two more in 2018 and 2019 with Flacco starting half the season in 2018 until their current quarterback, Lamar Jackson took over and won in 2019.
Ravens Conference Championships
Of their six division championships, they have only been able to win two conference titles out of them. Their first one came just four years after they were established in 2000 with Brian Billick as the coach and Trent Dilfer as the quarterback. Their second one came in 2012 with Jim Harbaugh calling the plays and Joe Falco running the offenses.
Ravens Super Bowl Victories
The Ravens have been efficient when turning conference championships into Super Bowl victories as they have won two Super Bowl rings. Their first one came in the year 2000 for Super Bowl XXXV while their second one came 12 years later in 2012 for Super Bowl XLVII.
Starting with Super Bowl XXXV, the Ravens took on the New York Giants where they defeated them with a final score of 34-7. They went into the game being seen as 3-point favorites and had absolutely no problems covering the spread as they won by 27 points. Ray Lewis was given the Super Bowl MVP honors as he posted 5 total tackled and 2 pass deflections.
Looking at Super Bowl XLVII, the Ravens took down the San Francisco 49ers in what was a battle of the brothers as Ravens coach, John Harbaugh, coached against his brother, Jim Harbaugh - the coach of the San Francisco 49ers. The final score of the game was 34-31 in favor of the Ravens. The Ravens actually went into the game as the underdogs by 4.5-points and defeated all odds in a win. Joe Flacco was named the Super Bowl MVP after a big 287 yard and three-touchdown game.