Ravens Odds 2022 | Best Ravens Spreads, Props, & More

Posted: Nov 18, 2022Last updated: Nov 18, 2022

Best Ravens Betting Lines 2022

The Baltimore Ravens are in a position to duplicate their dream playoff run of 2012. Baltimore is in the mix for the AFC North crown and appears destined to get back to the playoffs after falling short in 2021.

Led by quarterback Lamar Jackson and a dynamic offense that includes Mark Andrews and lead receiver Devin Duvernay, the Ravens look like a tough out if they do get back to the postseason.

If you’re a Ravens fan, or live in Maryland where online sports betting was recently rolled out, now’s the time to take Baltimore in a futures bet. Here’s a look at the odds.

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Ravens Futures Betting Odds

Note: These Ravens futures betting odds are current as of Friday, Nov. 18, at 3 p.m. ET and courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook. You can find more odds at these US betting sites. But be careful, as many of these NFL futures odds might shift as the 2022 NFL season continues to unfold.

  • Win Total: Over 11.5 (+100) / Under 11.5 (-120)
  • Make Playoffs: Yes (-1400) / No (+900)
  • Win AFC North (-490)
  • Win AFC Championship (+650)
  • Win Super Bowl 57 (+1300)

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Ravens Super Bowl 57 Odds

Ravens to Win Super Bowl (+1300)

Baltimore’s odds shortened from (+2000) in the preseason to the sixth-shortest odds as of Thanksgiving. Their odds are also the shortest of any AFC North team.

Jackson and the high-octane offense are the main reasons why Baltimore has the AFC’s third-best odds. The Ravens have Super Bowl expectations, especially with Jackson playing at an MVP level for much of the first half of the season.

Moreover, they have near-automatic kicker Justin Tucker as a weapon to deploy late in games.

Baltimore has struggled in close games, with Jackson and coach John Harbaugh committing some errors earlier in the season. But Harbaugh was the coach when Baltimore lifted the Lombardi Trophy a decade ago, and the Ravens are among the favorites to win it in 2022.

With that said, Baltimore’s defense might be a weakness that is too much to overcome in the playoffs, especially when teams with high-powered offenses like Miami, Kansas City, or Buffalo come calling.

Ravens AFC Championship Odds

Ravens to Win AFC Championship (+650) 

The Ravens have played competitive games against the Dolphins and Bills, who are each among the favorites to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. Although the Ravens lost to each at home, they should feel motivated by the extremely tight nature of each game and the likelihood of a rematch come playoff time.

Baltimore is almost certain to host a game in the Wild Card Round, given its odds of winning the AFC North.

The Ravens have dropped two straight home playoff games since 2012, when they opened their championship run with a 24-9 win over the Colts at M&T Bank Stadium. They would likely have to go on the road for the Divisional Round and AFC Championship Game if they qualified for each.

However, there’s good value to be had in a Ravens AFC future, given the fact many will be mashing the Chiefs, Bills, and Dolphins. Remember, the Bengals were the fourth-seeded AFC North champs in 2021 and won a pair of road playoff games en route to the Super Bowl — just as Baltimore did in 2012.

If Baltimore can avoid either Buffalo or Miami in the first round, it should be able to build some momentum needed for a deep postseason run.

Ravens AFC North Winner Odds

Ravens to Win AFC North Championship (-490)

The AFC North is a two-horse race between the Ravens and Bengals. Baltimore has the clear advantage because it is ahead of Cincinnati in the standings and defeated them 19-17 in Week 5.

The Ravens have an extremely easy slate down the stretch too, with just a single game against a team above .500 — their Week 18 showdown in Cincinnati. That game could be for the division, but in all likelihood, Baltimore will have it sewn up before then.

Ravens Make Playoffs Odds

Ravens to Make Playoffs (-1400)

The Ravens went from (-156) in the preseason to a near-guaranteed spot in the postseason, given the fact they’re atop the AFC North standings and have a multi-game edge presently on the clubs outside the field.

However, what makes this such a short-odds wager is Baltimore’s extremely easy schedule down the stretch. The Ravens beat the tough teams on their schedule and should be able to feast late in the year.

Ravens Win Total Bets 2022

Ravens: Over 11.5 Wins (+100)

The Ravens’ preseason Over/Under was 10.5 wins, so congratulations if you were able to take advantage of that number.

Baltimore might be favored in every game the rest of the way, with the only question mark again being that Week 18 date against the Bengals. 12-plus wins is highly plausible.

The Ravens could even win 12 games and be the AFC’s No. 3 or No. 4 seed based on how the other titans have played.

The odds also dictate this as a good bet — a $100 wager would yield $100 in profit plus the initial stake.

Ravens Prop Bets 2022

Lamar Jackson to Win NFL MVP (+1200)

Jackson’s odds have shortened since the preseason, and as Baltimore’s leading passer and rusher, he still has the opportunity to steal the award from the likes of Patrick MahomesJosh AllenTua Tagovailoa, Jalen Hurts, and others.

Sprinkling a small amount of money on Jackson is a good wager, but don’t go crazy because he’s clearly not the favorite and would have to do a lot to take it from the QBs listed above.

How to Bet Ravens Moneylines

If you’re new to NFL betting, moneyline wagering is probably where you want to start off. These are the most simple bets you can make. All you need to do is pick which team you think will win a game.

A team’s moneyline odds will change depending upon their matchup. If a team is expected to win a game, their moneyline odds will have a minus symbol (-110), while the underdog will have a plus symbol (+100).

For example, if the Ravens are picked to defeat the Steelers at (-150) odds, you would have to bet $15 to make $10. On the other hand, if they’re a (+150) underdog against the Bengals, you could make $15 on a $10 bet.

  • 2021 Ravens Moneyline Record: 8-9-0

How to Bet Ravens Spreads

Spread betting is another easy way to bet on NFL games, and it’s also extremely popular. Here, you do a bit more than simply pick the winner, but this type of wager is still easy to understand.

Using the example above, let’s say the Ravens are favored by four points against the Steelers. On a betting site, that would appear as follows: Ravens -4 (-110) vs Steelers +4 (-110).

This means the Ravens would need to win by more than four points to cover the spread and for you to win your bet. However, if they win by fewer than four points (or lose the game outright), you would lose your bet.

The other possible outcome is a push. This happens when the game is decided exactly by the spread. So in this scenario, if the Ravens defeat Steelers by exactly four points, the bet would be called a push and you would get your initial wager back.

  • 2021 Ravens Against the Spread Record: 8-9-0

How to Bet Ravens Over/Unders

Over/Unders (also known as totals) are also easy to get the hang of. These bets are all about how many total points are expected to be scored in a matchup.

Using the example above, let’s say the projected total in a game between the Ravens and Steelers is 40.5 points. Once this number has been set by oddsmakers, you’ll need to decide if you think the Over (more points will be scored) or the Under (less points) will hit.

  • 2021 Ravens Over/Under Record: 8-9-0


Pat Pickens

Pat Pickens is a seasoned sportswriter who has covered the NHL since 2013 for various websites, including The New York Times,,, USA Today, the Associated Press and many others. His debut book, titled "The Whalers" about the history of the NHL's Hartford Whalers, was released in October 2021. His greatest successful wager was an LA Kings puck-line bet (+200) in Game 1 of the 2012 Western Conference Final.

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