Baltimore Ravens Odds

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It’s safe to say that the Baltimore Ravens can’t wait for Week 1. After looking like a lock to make the playoffs last year, the team collapsed down the stretch and spent the postseason watching along at home with the rest of us. While the injury bug bit hard in Baltimore, the disappointing finish was still a surprising development.

For the season at hand, NFL odds are pointing to the potential for a bounceback and possible contention for a playoff spot in the competitive AFC. Baltimore opens on the road on Sunday, Sept. 11 as a big favorite over the New York Jets. Here’s a closer look at the latest Ravens spread, moneyline and totals for Week 1.

Baltimore Ravens odds: Spread, moneyline and over/under

Ravens Week 1 lines: Baltimore road favorites over New York Jets

The Ravens collapsed and lost their final six games to close out last season at 8-9. The Jets never quite achieved liftoff in a forgettable campaign and struggled to a record of 4-13.

For this season, sportsbooks seem to expect Baltimore to be back among the contenders in the AFC, while there could be some slight improvement in New York.

  • Moneyline: On paper, the Ravens are contenders for the AFC North crown, while the Jets may be battling for third place in the AFC East. The Ravens opening moneyline odds reflect that, as Baltimore is a sizable road favorite (-215) for this contest.
  • Spread: The Ravens opened as 4.5-point road favorites in this Week 1 tilt against the Jets, but the spread has since jumped to Baltimore -5.
  • Over/Under: The Ravens’ offense had its moments in 2021, but the end result was an average of 22.8 points per game, which ranked 17th in the league. The Jets checked in at 28th with 18.2 per contest. For Week 1, this is one of seven games with a total line between 44 and 46.5 points.

Baltimore Ravens odds to win the Super Bowl

Last updated: June 30

The initial release of Super Bowl 57 odds from DraftKings Sportsbook happened in January. The Ravens opened with odds of +1800, which placed them ninth in the overall rankings. The team’s odds have dipped slightly since then to +2200, tied for 11th.

Using futures odds as a guide, the Ravens project to be a playoff team this season, with the numbers putting them a step behind the top contenders in the AFC. The Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the current favorites to win the Super Bowl.

Baltimore Ravens futures odds 2022-23

The Ravens should continue to receive consideration as a possible Super Bowl contender, but there’s more to see in NFL futures markets. Let’s take a closer look at how the team’s odds are stacking up in some other major areas:

Regular season win total

DraftKings Sportsbook: Over 9.5 (-140) / Under 9.5 (+120)

It was a tale of two seasons for the Ravens last year. The team was 8-3 heading into the stretch run, but then staggered to a finish of 8-9 and no playoffs. Despite that, oddsmakers are expecting better things this season and have set the bar at 9.5.

Odds to win the AFC North

BetMGM Sportsbook: +200

The AFC North race looks as if it could be competitive this season. The odds reflect that, as the Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns all check in at +200. The Pittsburgh Steelers are the odd team out at the moment, with current odds of +850.

Odds to win the AFC

Caesars Sportsbook: +360

The Ravens are a few steps behind the AFC favorites, at least as far as the numbers are concerned. The team is tied for the sixth spot on the board. The Bills top the charts at +360, followed by the Kansas City Chiefs at +500.

Lamar Jackson NFL MVP odds

FanDuel Sportsbook: +2000

The 2019 NFL MVP winner lost time last season due to injury, which certainly played a role in Baltimore’s late-season collapse. Jackson is an elite talent with a legitimate shot at claiming another trophy.

Season-long player prop odds

DraftKings Sportsbook: 

  • Most passing yards: Lamar Jackson +5000
  • Most rushing yards: JK Dobbins +2500
  • Most receiving yards: Mark Andrews +2000

The Ravens tend to be run-heavy, and Jackson is a huge part of it. Dobbins is coming back from an injury, but he’s just outside of the top 12 in odds. Andrews is tied for 10th on the receiving yards odds board.

Baltimore Ravens 2022-2023 schedule and opening lines

WeekDateOpponentKickoffSpreadMoneylineTotal
1Sep. 11@ NY Jets1 p.m. EDTBAL -4.5Ravens (-195), Jets (+165)45 pts
2Sep. 18vs. Miami Dolphins1 p.m. EDT
3Sep. 25@ New England Patriots1 p.m. EDT
4Oct. 2vs. Buffalo Bills1 p.m. EDT
5Oct. 10vs. Cincinnati Bengals8:20 p.m. EDT
6Oct. 16@ NY Giants1 p.m. EDT
7Oct. 23vs. Cleveland Browns1 p.m. EDT
8Oct. 27@ Tampa Bay Buccaneers8:15 p.m. EDT
9Nov. 7@ New Orleans Saints8:15 p.m. EST
10BYE
11Nov. 20vs. Carolina Panthers1 p.m. EST
12Nov. 27@Jacksonville Jaguars1 p.m. EST
13Dec. 4vs. Denver Broncos1 p.m. EST
14Dec. 11@ Pittsburgh Steelers1 p.m. EST
15TBD@ Cleveland BrownsTBD
16Dec. 24vs. Atlanta Falcons1 p.m. EST
17Jan. 1vs. Pittsburgh Steelers1 p.m. EST
18TBD@ Cincinnati BengalsTBD

Baltimore Ravens news and notes

Bolstering the defense was a focal point for the Ravens in free agency. The club’s signings included DT Michael Pierce and S Marcus Williams, two presumptive starters who fill areas of need. At the draft, Baltimore received praise for its selections, and the team also made a splash with a big trade.

The Ravens shipped Marquise “Hollywood” Brown to the Arizona Cardinals and added another first-round draft choice by doing so. S Kyle Hamilton and C Tyler Linderbaum were the round one selections, followed by second-round edge rusher David Ojabo and DT Travis Jones in the third.

Baltimore Ravens FAQ

Are the Ravens a Super Bowl contender?  

Sportsbooks expect the Ravens to be a playoff team, but advancing out of the loaded AFC will be challenging. The Bills, Chiefs, and Los Angeles Chargers are the current top three favorites to win the conference, while Baltimore is tied for seventh at DraftKings.

How did the Ravens do against the spread last year?  

The Ravens were 8-9 against the spread in 2021. The team had the exact same record on both the moneyline and over/under.

Who did the Ravens add and lose in the offseason?  

The Ravens traded Marquise Brown to the Cardinals in exchange for a first-round draft pick. The team’s top picks at the NFL draft were Kyle Hamilton and Tyler Linderbaum, while key additions in free agency included Marcus Williams.

Is Lamar Jackson healthy?

Lamar Jackson suffered an ankle injury during a Week 14 loss to the Browns in 2021. He would go on to miss the remainder of the regular season due to a bone bruise. He appears to be fully recovered and has been working out as normal through the 2022 offseason.

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