Ravens Odds to Win Super Bowl Put Them in Dead Heat With Patriots Following Blowout MNF Win

Zach Brunner
Baltimore Ravens v Los Angeles Rams
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Following the complete domination during their 45-6 "Monday Night Football" win over the Los Angeles Rams, the Baltimore Ravens are gaining on the season-long Super Bowl favorite New England Patriots. With +340 odds to take home the Lombardi Trophy, the Ravens are just behind the Pats, at +300, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

New England has been the favorite to win the Super Bowl since June, when the Ravens had whopping 34-to-1 odds. But seven wins in a row and Lamar Jackson, who is now the favorite to win the NFL MVP, leading your offense can surely change things, now heading into Week 13.

During that seven-game stretch, the Ravens have scored more than 30 points five times and held opponents to 20 or fewer points on six occasions. This week's matchup with the San Francisco 49ers, who have +650 odds to win the Super Bowl, could tell us a lot about both contenders.

Buffalo Bills Playoff Odds

Another team on a roll is the Buffalo Bills, who are 8-3 and face the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day. If the playoffs started today, the Bills would be the first AFC Wild Card team, yet they're a massive longshot to win the Super Bowl with +7500 odds.

The perceived disrespect with those long odds is likely due to their schedule and the teams they've defeated this season, with only two of their games have been against teams that currently have winning records — the 10-1 Patriots and 6-5 Tennessee Titans. Buffalo's upcoming schedule should be telling, as they face the surging Ravens in Week 14 following Thursday's game versus the Cowboys.

With just over a quarter of the season still left to be played, the Super Bowl odds of all of these teams are sure to move in one direction or another in the coming weeks.


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