Baltimore Ravens Odds & Betting Lines
NFL betting in Virginia is incredibly popular, and Virginia sportsbooks will have no shortage of wagers available for the 2023-24 season. That’s great news for Baltimore Ravens fans in the state.
During the 2022-23 season, the Baltimore Ravens put up a strong showing. The team placed second in the AFC North with a 10-7 record. The Cincinnati Bengals placed first in the division with a 12-4 record. The Bengals were responsible for Baltimore’s demise in the wild card round, eliminating the Ravens with a 7-point victory.
Last year’s playoff appearance and winning record bode well for the Ravens’ 2023-24 season. Here’s everything a Virginia sports betting enthusiast needs to know.
Ravens Odds: Spread, Moneyline, Totals
See below for the best available spread, moneyline and totals odds for the next Ravens game in our live odds feed. Click on any odds to go right to the sportsbook.
Ravens Super Bowl odds, AFC North odds
See below for the best current odds posted at VA online sportsbooks on Baltimore to win the Super Bowl, AFC or AFC North; click on odds to claim a bonus and start locking bets in.
Lamar Jackson odds for games and the 2023 season
The Ravens are led by franchise quarterback Lamar Jackson, who signed a new deal in the offseason. Check out the odds below on several Jackson prop bets.
Ravens betting lines
The NFL is the most popular sports league for betting in the US, bar none. Because games typically occur on Thursdays, Sundays, and Mondays, that leaves a hefty portion of the week to research best Ravens bets and place your wagers. When you check the latest odds on the Baltimore Ravens, you’ll see something similar to the following structure:
- Houston Texans: +320, +9 (-110), Over/Under 44 (-112/-108)
- Baltimore Ravens: -410, -9 (-110), Over/Under 44 (-112/-108)
In order, those numbers present the odds for a moneyline, point spread, or total bet. Below, we briefly explain each type of bet using the Ravens’ first 2023 matchup as an example.
Baltimore Ravens moneyline
Moneyline bets are the simplest wagers you can place: pick a winner. That’s it! The downside is heavily favored teams won’t pay out much. Moneyline odds are presented like so:
- Houston Texans: +320
- Baltimore Ravens: -410
Positive numbers mean that the team is the underdog, or expected to lose. Negative numbers mean the team is favored to win. In this case, the numbers are quite far apart, meaning the sportsbook setting these odds thinks the Ravens have a strong chance to win.
Ravens Point Spread
Point spreads give the underdog team extra points to work with, while the favorite has to win by a certain margin.
- Houston Texans +9 (-110)
- Baltimore Ravens -9 (-110)
In this scenario, the Baltimore Ravens cover the spread if they beat the Texans by more than 9 points. The Texans cover the spread (aka the bet wins) if they win or lose by fewer than 9 points.
Point spreads are popular bets because they even the playing field when two mismatched teams play each other.
Baltimore Ravens Over/Under (Totals)
Not sure which team will win? Think it’ll be an offense-heavy match? Will the defenses keep the point totals low? Answer “yes’ to any of those questions, and you might prefer a total bet.
- Over 44 (-112)
- Under 44 (-108)
Totals or Over/Under bets aren’t affected by the winning team. Instead, they’re concerned with the total score across both teams in a particular game. If the teams combine to go over the set total, the “over” hits. If the teams combine for less than that total, the “Under” hits.
Betting on Baltimore player props and futures
Player props and futures are quite popular for NFL games.
Player props are bets on a specific player to accomplish something in particular. For example, you might bet on Lamar Jackson to score 1+ rushing touchdown in the game against the Texans. Another example is Mark Andrews over/under 50.5 receiving yards.
Prop bets are incredibly varied; you’ll often find hundreds of them available during a given week of NFL play. Check your favorite VA sportsbook for prop bets ahead of each Ravens game.
Futures bets are wagers on something that will happen in the (you guessed it) future. You could pick a Baltimore Ravens player or staffer to win an end-of-season award, such as:
- NFL MVP
- Rookie of the Year
- Coach of the Year
- Leaders in specific stats (rushing yards, sacks, etc.)
You can also place futures bets on the Ravens as a team. Popular futures include winning the division, conference, or Super Bowl. Others include making the playoffs or winning over/under a set amount of games.
Lamar Jackson update
Baltimore Ravens fans had every reason to be concerned about the 2023-24 season earlier this year. Star quarterback Lamar Jackson, who logged 2,242 passing yards and led the team with 764 rushing yards last season, was given a non-exclusive franchise designation. That meant he could field offers from other teams.
Losing Jackson would’ve meant a years-long rebuild process in Baltimore. Hot off a good season, it wasn’t a good look.
The uncertainty was quashed when Jackson signed a five-year extension with the Ravens for a whopping $260 million. Barring any injuries, he’ll be a steady presence behind center for the Ravens this year and beyond.
Where to watch the Ravens
NFL broadcasts are hot commodities among streaming services and cable channels. In theory, this makes it easy to watch the Ravens. In practice, it means ensuring you have access to the service broadcasting any particular game during the season.
- Sunday Afternoon: CBS and FOX
- Sunday Night Football: NBC
- Thursday Night Football: Amazon Prime
- Monday Night Football: ESPN
If you have cable or a basic antenna, you can tune into your local station’s affiliate network to watch the games. Here’s a look at the affiliates in Virginia and the surrounding area.
- WTTG: Washington, D.C.
- WCAV: Charlottesville
- WSVF: Harrisonburg
- WWCW: Lynchburg
- WRLH: Richmond
- WFXR: Roanoke
- WVBT: Virginia Beach
- WRC: Washington, D.C.
- WCYB: Bristol
- WVIR: Charlottesville
- WSVW: Harrisonburg
- WAVY: Portsmouth
- WWBT: Richmond
- WSLS: Roanoke
- WUSA: Washington, D.C.
- WCAV: Charlottesville
- WSFV/WGSV: Harrisonburg
- WTKR: Norfolk
- WTVR: Richmond
- WDBJ: Roanoke
Most networks let you stream games via an app or desktop site if you log in with a qualifying cable provider.
Premium options are also available. NFL RedZone and NFL Sunday Ticket from DirecTV are individual subscriptions.
Where to listen to Ravens games
On the road or on the job? You can listen to Baltimore Ravens games on the radio at one of the following affiliates:
- WCMD 102.1 FM/1230 AM: Cumberland, MD
- WFMD 930 AM: Frederick, MD
- WARK 1490 AM/98.9 FM: Hagerstown, MD
- The Ville 93.9 FM: Louisville, Kentucky
- WBBX 106.1 FM Pocomoke City, MD
- WGMD 92.7 FM: Rehoboth Beach/Ocean City
- ESPN 630 AM: Washington, D.C.
- WTTR 102.3 FM/1470 AM: Westminster, MD
- WSBA 910 AM/93.9 FM: York, PA
Baltimore Ravens: M&T Bank Stadium
The Ravens played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore in 1996 and 1997. The stadium previously hosted the Baltimore Colts and Baltimore Orioles. In 1998, the team moved to M&T Bank Stadium, where they still play today. The stadium is accessible by bus, light rail, and MARC commuter trains.
Here are the need-to-know details about the Ravens’ home turf.
- Name: M&T Bank Stadium
- Address: 1101 Russell Street
- Location: Baltimore, MD
- Owner: Maryland Stadium Authority
- Capacity: 71,008
- Groundbreaking: July 23, 1996
- Opening Date: September 6, 1998
- Construction Cost: $220 million
M&T Bank Stadium used to host concerts, but it hasn’t held one since 2017. Occasional sporting events outside of Ravens games have been hosted in the stadium, but those, too, are rare.
In April 2023, the Baltimore Ravens extended their partnership with the stadium for 10 years beyond the existing contract. The Ravens will play home games in the stadium through 2037.