If the top seeds from each conference face off in the Super Bowl, the Ravens would be -1.5 on the point spread in a game with a 47.5-point total line. The San Francisco 49ers will host the Detroit Lions in the NFC championship this Sunday after the Baltimore Ravens host the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC title game.
The 49ers have been the favorites on the Super Bowl odds board since they snapped their three-game losing streak out of their Week 9 bye. That was the start of a dominant six-game winning streak by San Francisco until the Ravens came to Levi’s Stadium and forced five interceptions in a 33-19 win on Christmas. The Niners came back to edge the Packers by a score of 24-21 in the divisional round while losing Deebo Samuel (shoulder) to injury. They are sizable favorites at home against the Lions in the NFC championship game.
The Ravens clinched the top seed in the AFC with a Week 17 win over Miami and rested their players in a meaningless loss to the Steelers in Week 18. After a bye, they handled the upstart Houston Texans in the divisional round. The Ravens are favored by just over a field goal in the AFC championship against the defending champion Chiefs. John Harbaugh last steered his team to the Super Bowl in 2013, when the Ravens defeated the Niners for a championship.
Super Bowl betting sites have already released opening odds for each potential matchup among the four remaining teams. Below are the moneylines, point spreads, total, and more for this possible Super Bowl 58 matchup. All odds are from FanDuel Sportsbook as of Jan. 28.
49ers vs. Ravens Super Bowl lines & spread
- Point spread: San Francisco 49ers (+1.5) vs. Baltimore Ravens (-1.5)
- Moneyline: San Francisco 49ers (-104) vs. Baltimore Ravens (-112)
- Over/under: 47.5 points
Super Bowl 58 forecast — 49ers vs. Ravens
With only a few potential Super Bowl matchups left, we asked the Circa sportsbook trading team, “What potential Super Bowl matchup is best for Circa? What are the largest liabilities for Super Bowl futures with the current teams left?” Here is the answer:
Kansas City vs. San Francisco is the best matchup for our book, and the Chiefs or San Fran winning it all would be equally as good. Our current liabilities to win the Super Bowl MVP would be McCaffrey and Travis Kelce.Circa trading team
49ers vs. Ravens matchup & exact outcome odds
|Type of bet
|Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco 49ers
|Baltimore Ravens to beat San Francisco 49ers
|San Francisco 49ers to beat Baltimore Ravens
San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl betting preview
San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens
- Date: Sunday, Feb. 11
- Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
- Broadcast: CBS
- 49ers spread: +1.5
- Ravens spread: -1.5
- 49ers moneyline: -104
- Ravens moneyline: -112
- Total: 47.5 points
The Ravens have been the best defensive team in the NFL by the numbers this season. In their game in San Francisco during Week 16, defensive coordinator Mike McDonald baffled Brock Purdy with aggressive coverages, forcing four early interceptions.
Lamar Jackson is averaging 103.3 rushing yards per game over his last four postseason appearances. He only rushed for 45 yards in Week 16 at the Niners, but he routinely extended plays with his legs while passing for 252 yards and two touchdowns. Jackson enters the AFC championship with a 2-3 postseason record.
The 49ers are 8-9 without Deebo Samuel since 2019 and 46-20 with their versatile receiver in the lineup. Samuel is one of the most dangerous receivers after the catch and has been used consistently as a runner in Kyle Shanahan’s offense.
This season, the Niners led the NFL in yards per game (396.1) and touchdown conversion rate (67.7%) in the red zone. Their defense allowed the third-fewest points (17.7) and rushing yards (92.3) per game.