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Baltimore Ravens odds to win the Super Bowl

The latest odds for the Baltimore Ravens to win the Super Bowl are +900 at DraftKings, +950 at FanDuel, and +900 at BetMGM.









Odds updated: 2024-05-14

Betting on the Baltimore Ravens on a sports betting app in Maryland

Using one of the available sports betting apps in Maryland, betting on the Baltimore Ravens has never been easier. If you are still a rookie, we here at MDBetting.com have you covered on each of the steps you need to take to get started today.

  1. Get Bonus: Starting right here at MDBetting.com, find the Maryland online sportsbook that works best for you based on our in-depth reviews of each of them. At the top of the review, start by clicking the “Get Bonus” button which will ensure you have the best welcome offer available for that specific online sportsbook in Maryland.
  2. Register for the Online Sportsbook: Now that you have pressed the “Get Bonus”, you will automatically be redirected to the sports betting app in Maryland of your choosing, with the best welcome offer applied behind the scenes. Once on the sign-up page, you’ll be asked to choose your login credentials, including your email address, username, and password. The online sportsbook will then ask for your legal information including first and last name, home address, phone number, and the last four digits of your social security number.
  3. Agree to Terms & Policies: With your basic information entered, the time has come to confirm your account. Check the mandatory boxes to agree to the Maryland Sportsbooks privacy policies and terms and conditions. You also might be asked to check optional boxes for marketing and promotional materials.
  4. Deposit Funds: Because the sports betting industry in MD is regulated by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency (MLGCA), all online sports betting apps will have dozens of ways to transact funds. Choose the deposit method that works best for you, such as PayPal or Debit Card, and deposit a minimum of $5.
  5. Bet on the Baltimore Ravens: After heading to the “All Sports” section of the Maryland online sportsbook, find the “NFL” section. From here, all of the Baltimore Ravens’ odds will be listed, including their “Futures” bets if wagering in the offseason.

How can I watch or stream the Baltimore Ravens in Maryland?

If you are looking to watch the Baltimore Ravens in Maryland, each game will be broadcast locally on CBS or FOX. Starting in the preseason, there are also nationally televised games that can instead be found on ESPN, Amazon Prime Video, and NBC.

If you are one of the millions of Americans who have cut the cord and now stream all television, watching the Baltimore Ravens has never been easier. Streaming services that will show Ravens games include DIRECTV STREAM, Fuo, Hulu+ TV, and YouTube TV. If you are out of the Maryland market and want to watch the non-nationally televised games each week, you’ll need to purchase NFL Sunday Ticket, exclusively through YouTube TV.

Which types of wagers are there for the Baltimore Ravens?

If you have never bet on NFL football but are now considering it, there are multiple ways to get involved. Let’s take a closer at which types of wagers there are for the Baltimore Ravens, both during the season and in the offseason.

  • Moneyline: The moneyline is the easiest way to bet on most sports, and betting on the Baltimore Ravens is no different. With a moneyline wager, you are simply betting on which team will win, at the given odds. Teams with a negative (-) sign next to their odds are the favorite, while positive (+) signs indicate the underdog.

Example: Baltimore Ravens (-130) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (+115). In this scenario, a bettor who wagered $130 on the Ravens to beat the Chiefs would win $230 ($130 risked + $100 won) if Baltimore wins.

  • Point Spread: The point spread is another common type of wager, and represents the number of points oddsmakers expect a team to win (or lose) by. Explained differently, for your wager’s purposes, it is the starting score of the game. The underdog receives the points, while the favorite gives (“laying”) the points.

Example: Baltimore Ravens (-4) vs. Cleveland Browns (+4). In this scenario, for betting purposes, the game starts out Browns 4 Ravens 0. Said a different way, the Ravens have to win by at least five points for a point spread Ravens bet to be a winner. If they win by exactly four points, the wager is graded a “Push” and your risked funds are returned.

  • Total: A total is another term for the Over/Under, and is the total number of points an oddsmaker expects to be scored in a game. If the two NFL teams involved in the game combined to score more than the “total”, the “over” bet is a winner, while the converse is true for the “under” bet.

Example: Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers O/U 38. In this scenario, if the Ravens beat the Steelers 20 to 17, “Under” bettors will win their wager as there will only be 37 (20 + 17) points scored in this AFC North matchup. Like the point spread, if there are exactly 38 points scored in the game, this bet will be a push.

Do the Baltimore Ravens have any official partnerships with sportsbooks?

In September 2021, as the state of Maryland prepared for the launch of sports betting, the Baltimore Ravens inked a five-year partnership with Caesars Sportsbook MD. The partnership made a lot of sense, as Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment.

Located only a short distance from the Ravens’ M&T Bank Stadium, the club level is now sponsored by Caesars Sportsbook which includes the largest suite in the stadium. One of the biggest benefactors of the Caesars-Ravens partnership are Caesars Rewards customers, who receive access to signature events at Ravens training camp, games, and other events at M&T Bank Stadium.

Where do the Baltimore Ravens play?

Breaking ground in 1996, the Baltimore Ravens stadium was opened ahead of the 1998 season with the first game being played on August 8, 1998. Initially called Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards, their first major sponsor came in 1999 as the stadium was renamed to PSINet Stadium until 2002. 

When PSINet filed for bankruptcy in 2002, it was renamed back to Ravens Stadium, before M&T Bank bought the naming rights in 2003. The current M&T Bank Stadium has a total seating capacity of 70,745 and a playing surface of the highly coveted Tifway 419 Bermuda Grass.

Located near the Federal Hill section of Baltimore at 1101 Russell Street, M&T Bank Stadium can be reached by public transit using the Camden Station (MARC), Stadium/Federal Hill (Light Rail), and Bus 69, 70, 73, or 75 (MTA Maryland Bus).

How to get tickets to see the Baltimore Ravens play

Getting tickets to see the Baltimore Ravens play can be accomplished in a plethora of ways, both directly from the team and via secondary markets. Below are only a few of the best ways to buy tickets to see the Baltimore Ravens play this season.



  • SeatGeek
  • StubHub
  • Vivid Seats
  • Ticketmaster
  • Gametime
  • TickPick

History of the Baltimore Ravens

With a presence in Baltimore dating back nearly three decades, the Baltimore Ravens have a rich history that includes plenty of peaks and valleys. Starting with their inception, let’s take a closer look at the history of the Baltimore Ravens, and how we got to where we are today.

  • 1984: After 30 years in Baltimore, the beloved Baltimore Colts were relocated to Indianapolis, as owner Robert Irsay moved the team in the middle of the night. A controversial move, to say the least, the move was also a blow to the city of Baltimore both emotionally and economically.
  • 1996: Following just over a decade with no NFL team, Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell moved the team east to Baltimore for the 1996 season. While the Browns' history (team colors, records, etc.) remained in Cleveland, the NFL agreed to allow Modell to bring all of his personnel which included the players, coaches, and administrators. Also happening in 1996, the newly formed Baltimore Ravens drafted two keystone players in offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden and linebacker Ray Lewis.
  • 1998: After two seasons at Memorial Stadium, the Ravens opened up the then-called PSINet Stadium, the modern-day M&T Bank Stadium. While they finished the season just 6-10, the highlight of the year was welcoming back the Colts after 15 years away from Baltimore, a game the Ravens won 38-31.
  • 2000: Just one season after bringing in head coach Brian Billick, the Baltimore Ravens won the first league championship becoming Super Bowl XXXV Champions. Led by rookie running back Jamal Lewis and quarterback Trent Dilfer on offense, and an all-time great defense led by Lewis, cornerback Rod Woodson, and defensive tackle Sam Adams, the Ravens beat the New York Giants 34-7.
  • 2012: In what ended up being Lewis’ final season in the NFL, the Ravens finished his career just like they started it; with a Super Bowl win. After a 10-6 regular season to earn the AFC North and fourth seed in the AFC playoffs, the Ravens beat the Colts, Broncos, and Patriots to make it to Super Bowl XLVII vs. the 49ers. Jumping out to an early first-half lead, the Ravens never looked back, winning the game 34-29 as quarterback Joe Flacco was named Super Bowl MVP.
  • 2018: With the 32nd pick of the 2018 NFL Draft, the Ravens selected Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson. Jackson took over the starting job in Week 11 of his rookie season and has not looked back since. In just five seasons in Baltimore, Jackson has won two NFL MVPs, the first of which made him just the second NFL MVP ever (Tom Brady) to win the award unanimously.

Beginning in November 2022, sports betting has been legal in Maryland, and the Baltimore Ravens have been amongst the most popular teams to bet on since. With oversight and regulation provided by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency (MLGCA), Maryland sports betting has thrived in the time since.

Heading online in November 2023, there are now 10 Maryland online sportsbooks and sports betting apps, with all of the national operators now having a presence in the state. While Caesars Sportsbook MD remains the preferred provider of the Baltimore Ravens, there are nine other online sportsbooks in Maryland to choose from. Each of them has full reviews here at MDBetting.com, where we share the best available welcome offer for you to take advantage of.

About Baltimore Ravens

In 1996, Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell moved the franchise to Baltimore, MD, but was mandated by the league to leave the team’s history and records, as well as the team colors and uniform, in Cleveland. Modell did, however, take all of his personnel, including his players, to Baltimore, as the Ravens as we know them today first played in the 1996 season. 

Now 28 years later, the Baltimore Ravens have two Super Bowls and remain one of the best teams in the NFL. In 2023, the Ravens came one game short of making their third Super Bowl appearance, losing toPatrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game. Not all was lost on the season, however, as quarterback Lamar Jackson won his second NFL MVP, receiving 49 of 50 possible votes; his second time winning the award.

Heading into the 2024 NFL season, there are still plenty of things to be optimistic about for Baltimore Ravens fans. In addition to Jackson returning for his seventh season, Raven’s stars Zay Flowers, Odell Beckham Jr., Mark Andrews, Roaquan Smith, Marlon Humphrey, and Justin Tucker are all slated to return.