Baltimore Ravens Betting Guide 2024

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Although the Baltimore Ravens season ended in disappointment, there's no denying they've been one of the best teams in the NFL for quite some time. With the legalization of Maryland sports betting, there are even more ways to get in on the action and back Baltimore. Below, I'll lay out everything you need to know about betting on the Ravens

Ravens Odds: 2024-2025 NFL Season

Because the NFL is the most popular sport to bet on in the US, there is no shortage of Ravens betting options. This includes both season-long options as well as single-game markets. Here are some of the most common bets you'll see across Maryland betting apps for Ravens odds.

πŸ“Š Ravens Season Win Total:Over/Under 10.5
πŸ”₯ Ravens Playoff Odds:-260
πŸ‘‘ Ravens AFC North Odds:+130
πŸ₯‡ Ravens AFC Championship Odds:+475
πŸ† Ravens SB Odds:+900
⭐️ Lamar Jackson MVP Odds:+1400

Single Game Markets

Single game markets are what most fans think of when it comes to betting on the Ravens. This includes wagers like moneylines, point spreads, totals, and player props. This is also where you'll find the most variety across sportsbooks with options to place bets by quarter and halves. Player props have exploded in popularity in recent years and allow you to wager on a player's performance that is independent of the outcome of the game. You could wager on Lamar Jackson to have more than 221.5 passing yards in a particular matchup and if the Ravens were to lose, your bet would still hit if Jackson threw for at least 222 yards.

Playoff Markets

At this time of year, the most common postseason market is simply betting on the Ravens playoff chances. Some sportsbooks also have the opportunity to wager on who you think will be the number 1 seed in each conference, though some operators may not offer that specific market at all or until later in the season.

Super Bowl Markets

Wagering on the Ravens odds to win the Super Bowl is one of the most popular bets to make, especially at this point of the offseason. Whenever you open up your betting app of choice, some brands will have a specific "Futures" tab where you'll find Super Bowl odds while other operators will list out different markets at the top of the NFL tab. 

Season-Long Player Markets

Ahead of the season, you can place bets on a certain player's stats for the length of the season. DraftKings has these organized under "Player Stats" while other sportsbooks will simply have dedicated spaces for things like "Passing Props" or "Total Regular Season Receiving Touchdowns". No matter what they are called, you are tasked with betting whether you think a player will go over or under a given line. As an example, Derrick Henry's rushing touchdown line on Caesars Sportsbook MD is 11.5. This means over bettors would need Henry to rush for at least 12 touchdowns while 11 or fewer would go to under bettors.

Ravens Betting Promos

While we're unlikely to find any Maryland sportsbook promos directed specifically towards the Ravens, you'll be able to claim any new user bonus to bet on Baltimore. With NFL betting being the behemoth it is, every legal sportsbook will be looking to get their piece of the pie by offering ongoing promos throughout the season for all users to take advantage of. These bonuses will be things like bet insurance, profit boosts, and bet-and-get offers.

Latest Ravens News

  • πŸ—“οΈ April 30: Exercised fifth-year option on OLB Odafe Oweh.
  • πŸ—“οΈ April 27: The draft concludes with the selections of WR Devontez Walker (UNC), CB T.J. Tampa (Iowa State), RB Rasheen Ali (Marshall), QB Devin Leary (Kentucky), C Nick Samac (Michigan State), and S Sanoussi Kane (Purdue).
  • πŸ—“οΈ April 26: On day two of the 2024 NFL Draft, the Ravens selected Washington OT Roger Rosengarten and edge defender Adisa Isaac from Penn State.
  • πŸ—“οΈ April 25: Drafted Clemson CB Nate Wiggins in the first round of the NFL Draft.
  • πŸ—“οΈ April 24: Extended WR Rashod Bateman with a three-year contract.
  • πŸ—“οΈ April 5: Re-signed LB Kyle Van Noy to a two-year deal.
  • πŸ—“οΈ March 15: Signed former Tennessee Titan RB Derrick Henry.
  • πŸ—“οΈ March 12: Parted ways with RB Gus Edwards, S Geno Stone, OT John Simpson, CB Ronald Darby, and WR Devin Duvernay.

Ravens 2024 Outlook

The Ravens will enter the 2024-2025 NFL season with some of the highest expectations in the league. Baltimore has one of the highest projected win totals and are betting favorites in 14 of their 17 games. This should be expected, however, given the team made it to the AFC Championship game last season and still has Lamar Jackson under center.

There has been some turnover on the roster, most notably on the offensive line and across the defense. Conversely, Mark Andrews will start the year healthy and fifth-year wide receive Rashod Bateman has been receiving praise all offseason. The addition of Derrick Henry at running back along with Jackson will form what is likely to be one of the most potent rushing attacks in the league. 

Baltimore Ravens Team History

The city of Baltimore has one of the more interesting team histories in the NFL. Baltimore's NFL team originally donned the Colts as their name from 1953-1983 before the owners (literally) decided to move the team overnight with no warning. Then, in 1995, Cleveland Brown's owner Arthur Modell announced out of nowhere that he would be relocating his team to Baltimore for the 1996 season. The team changed its name to the Ravens and the rest, as they say, is history.

How Many Super Bowls have the Ravens Won?

The Ravens have played in and won two Super Bowls:

  • Super Bowl 35 (2000-2001 season), defeating the New York Giants 34-7
  • Super Bowl 47 (2012-2013 season), defeating the San Francisco 49ers 34-31

Ravens AFC Championship Appearances

The Ravens have appeared in five AFC Championship games and are 2-3 in those contests.

  • 2000-2001 season, win over the Oakland Raiders (16-3)
  • 2008-2009 season, loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers (14-23)
  • 2011-2012 season, loss to the New England Patriots (20-23)
  • 2012-2013 season, win over the New England Patriots (28-13)
  • 2023-2024 season, loss to the Kansas City Chiefs (10-17)

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Author

Cody Kutzer has been covering the sports betting and gambling space for several years and has been losing his parlay bets for even longer. He currently serves as an editor, writer, and fact-checker for BetMaryland.com to ensure readers have the latest and most accurate information surrounding Maryland sports betting.

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