After their Sunday Night Football dismantling of the New England Patriots, Baltimore looks like serious contenders for the NFL Championship this year. The decisive victory over the Pats created significant line movement on the Ravens Super Bowl Odds.
Prior to week-9, the Ravens Super Bowl future odds had been trending between +1600 and +2000. But after back to back impressive/decisive victories over Seattle and New England, the payout has plunged down to the neighborhood of +1000.
Where to bet on a Ravens Super Bowl:
We shopped all of the top books to find the best current value on the Ravens to win the Super Bowl in 2019/20. As of writing this article, Caesars is offering the highest payout on Baltimore at +1100 (a $100 bet wins $1100).
Most other top books, including Fanduel, DK, and PointsBet, are offering this future wager at +900 or +1000. However, William Hill has the lowest Ravens payout of any top casino operator, at +800.
Our Take: While some will bettors will lament not jumping on this line earlier before the big move, the current line still looks like a value in our opinion. This Baltimore team is deep on offense and defense. Also, they are well coached and feature the NFL’s most dynamic offensive weapon at QB.
Lamar Jackson is running up the MVP charts
All of a sudden, Lamar Jackson’s odds to be NFL MVP this year have become a a lot pricier. After outshining Tom Brady on Sunday Night, Jackson has moved into second place behind Russell Wilson to be he MVP at most books.
Currently, Jackson’s MVP odds have been cut in half, to +350 at Caesars and most other top online casinos.
Our Take: The upside looks higher for Baltimore this season than for Seattle. So Lamar might be a more likely MVP than Russell Wilson. However, with almost a half a season to play, +350 is not enough juice for us.
We’ll look for an opportunity to take this future above +500 in the coming weeks.
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