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Next Ravens Game

Game Details
vs New Orleans Saints
New Orleans
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Sat 8/1411:00 PM

Ravens vs Saints Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
BAL
-2.5
-118
u35.5
-105
-147
NO
+2.5
+101
o35.5
-116
+127

Ravens Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Marcus Peters

    CB

    Marcus Peters (Back) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Tavon Young

    CB

    Tavon Young (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Nick Boyle

    TE

    Nick Boyle (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Ronnie Stanley

    OT

    Ronnie Stanley (Ankle) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Josh Oliver

    TE

    Josh Oliver (Undisclosed) is out this week.

    Out

  • Ben Bredeson

    OG

    Ben Bredeson (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

Ravens 2021 Schedule

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Aug 28th@WAS----
Aug 21st@CAR----
Aug 14thNO--2.535.5-147

Depth Chart

Starter2ND3RD4TH
QBLamar JacksonRobert Griffin IIITrace McSorley
RBMark IngramGus Edwards
WRMiles Boykin
TEMark AndrewsNick Boyle
LTRonnie Stanley
LGBradley BozemanBen PowersBen Bredeson
CMatt SkuraPatrick Mekari
RGD.J. FlukerTyre Phillips
RTOrlando Brown
WLBL.J. FortChristopher BoardMalik Harrison
MLBPatrick QueenOtaro Alaka
LCBMarlon HumphreyTavon YoungAnthony Averett
SSChuck ClarkAnthony Levine
FSArmentae Elliott
RCBMarcus PetersJimmy Smith
HSam Koch
PRWillie SneadJames ProcheMarquise Brown
LSMorgan Cox
FBPatrick Ricard
DTCalais CampbellJustin MadubuikeBroderick Washington
RUSHPernell McPheeJaylon Ferguson
DEDerek WolfeJihad Ward
NTBrandon WilliamsJustin Ellis
SAMMatt JudonTyus Bowser
KORJustice HillChris MooreDevin Duvernay
KJustin Tucker

Baltimore Ravens Player Stats

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Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens enter the 2021 season with sky-high expectations and a loaded roster headlined by 2019 NFL MVP Lamar Jackson. Last year was a solid one, as the Ravens finished with 11 wins and another playoff berth, though they were knocked out in the second round to Buffalo.

The Ravens are one of just three teams in the NFL this year projected to win 11 or more games by oddsmakers, and they'll look to regain the AFC North crown after losing it to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2020. See all of the Ravens odds, as well as their full schedule, key injuries, depth charts, against-the-spread record, props and more.

Baltimore Ravens Point Spreads

The Ravens not only finished the 2020 season with double-digit wins but also double-digit covers against-the-spread (ATS). They covered 10 of their 16 games, second in the league only to the Bills and Dolphins.

If you're new to betting, spread bets are incredibly popular and represent wagers on how much a team will win or lose by -- think margin of victory.

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Ravens game:

  • Ravens -4.5 (-110)
  • Steelers +4.5 (-110)

In spread bets, favorites (the team likely to win the game) are indicated by the minus sign (-), whereas the underdogs (the team likely to lose) are shown by the plus sign (+). In this situation, the Ravens are 4.5-point favorites, which means a bet on the Ravens spread would win if Baltimore beat Pittsburgh by five or more points. Again, margin of victory is key here, so if the Steelers won by a field goal, they'd win the game but fail to cover the spread.

Baltimore Ravens Over/Unders

It might surprise you given the efficiency of the Baltimore offense, but the Ravens actually went under the total more often than not last year. Total bets, also called over/under bets, are wagers on how many points will be scored in the game by both teams.

Let's say the Ravens face off against their division rival Bengals, and oddsmakers peg the over/under (or total) at 47 points. Bettors can take sides either way on that number: If Baltimore and Cincinnati combined for 48 points or more, over bettors would cash out, but if the teams scored just 46 or fewer then under bettors would win. If the Ravens won 37-10, thus finishing the game at exactly 47 points, the total bet would be graded a "push," meaning all bets would be paid back.

Baltimore Ravens Moneylines

The Ravens will likely win a lot of games this year. If you're more confident about that statement than how often they'll cover, you can always bet on the moneyline, which is a wager simply on which team will win outright. The margin of victory doesn't matter: If you bet the Ravens moneyline, you'd get your money whether they won by a point or 40 points.

That seems easy, but the odds and payout structure can be a bit more complicated. Think about it in terms of $10 or $100 increments: If the Ravens moneyline was set at -190, you'd have to pay $19 to win $10, or $190 to win $100. In contrast, if the moneyline was +190, you'd win $19 for every $10 bet.

Need help with the numbers? You can tryour Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Baltimore Ravens Props

Is there anything more fun in sports than watching Lamar Jackson play football? Well, rostering him in fantasy football or betting his player props sounds pretty exhilarating as well.

Player prop bets are wagers on just a single player, and they're tied to stats you'll see in the box score. For example, some Ravens props include Jackson to rush for a touchdown, Marquise Brown to catch over/under a certain amount of passes, and more.

Ravens Futures

The Ravens have two Super Bowls in their franchise history: in 2000 and 2012. Is 2021 the year they get No. 3?

If you think so and want to bet on it, futures bets are perfect for you. These wager types include all bets concluded at the end of the season. Some Ravens include Baltimore to win the Super Bowl, Lamar Jackson to grab his second MVP award, the Ravens to win the AFC North, and many more.

Next Ravens Game

Game Details
vs New Orleans Saints
New Orleans
location pin
Sat 8/1411:00 PM

Ravens vs Saints Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
BAL
-2.5
-118
u35.5
-105
-147
NO
+2.5
+101
o35.5
-116
+127

Ravens Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Marcus Peters

    CB

    Marcus Peters (Back) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Tavon Young

    CB

    Tavon Young (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Nick Boyle

    TE

    Nick Boyle (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Ronnie Stanley

    OT

    Ronnie Stanley (Ankle) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Josh Oliver

    TE

    Josh Oliver (Undisclosed) is out this week.

    Out

  • Ben Bredeson

    OG

    Ben Bredeson (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

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Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens enter the 2021 season with sky-high expectations and a loaded roster headlined by 2019 NFL MVP Lamar Jackson. Last year was a solid one, as the Ravens finished with 11 wins and another playoff berth, though they were knocked out in the second round to Buffalo.

The Ravens are one of just three teams in the NFL this year projected to win 11 or more games by oddsmakers, and they'll look to regain the AFC North crown after losing it to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2020. See all of the Ravens odds, as well as their full schedule, key injuries, depth charts, against-the-spread record, props and more.

Baltimore Ravens Point Spreads

The Ravens not only finished the 2020 season with double-digit wins but also double-digit covers against-the-spread (ATS). They covered 10 of their 16 games, second in the league only to the Bills and Dolphins.

If you're new to betting, spread bets are incredibly popular and represent wagers on how much a team will win or lose by -- think margin of victory.

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Ravens game:

  • Ravens -4.5 (-110)
  • Steelers +4.5 (-110)

In spread bets, favorites (the team likely to win the game) are indicated by the minus sign (-), whereas the underdogs (the team likely to lose) are shown by the plus sign (+). In this situation, the Ravens are 4.5-point favorites, which means a bet on the Ravens spread would win if Baltimore beat Pittsburgh by five or more points. Again, margin of victory is key here, so if the Steelers won by a field goal, they'd win the game but fail to cover the spread.

Baltimore Ravens Over/Unders

It might surprise you given the efficiency of the Baltimore offense, but the Ravens actually went under the total more often than not last year. Total bets, also called over/under bets, are wagers on how many points will be scored in the game by both teams.

Let's say the Ravens face off against their division rival Bengals, and oddsmakers peg the over/under (or total) at 47 points. Bettors can take sides either way on that number: If Baltimore and Cincinnati combined for 48 points or more, over bettors would cash out, but if the teams scored just 46 or fewer then under bettors would win. If the Ravens won 37-10, thus finishing the game at exactly 47 points, the total bet would be graded a "push," meaning all bets would be paid back.

Baltimore Ravens Moneylines

The Ravens will likely win a lot of games this year. If you're more confident about that statement than how often they'll cover, you can always bet on the moneyline, which is a wager simply on which team will win outright. The margin of victory doesn't matter: If you bet the Ravens moneyline, you'd get your money whether they won by a point or 40 points.

That seems easy, but the odds and payout structure can be a bit more complicated. Think about it in terms of $10 or $100 increments: If the Ravens moneyline was set at -190, you'd have to pay $19 to win $10, or $190 to win $100. In contrast, if the moneyline was +190, you'd win $19 for every $10 bet.

Need help with the numbers? You can tryour Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Baltimore Ravens Props

Is there anything more fun in sports than watching Lamar Jackson play football? Well, rostering him in fantasy football or betting his player props sounds pretty exhilarating as well.

Player prop bets are wagers on just a single player, and they're tied to stats you'll see in the box score. For example, some Ravens props include Jackson to rush for a touchdown, Marquise Brown to catch over/under a certain amount of passes, and more.

Ravens Futures

The Ravens have two Super Bowls in their franchise history: in 2000 and 2012. Is 2021 the year they get No. 3?

If you think so and want to bet on it, futures bets are perfect for you. These wager types include all bets concluded at the end of the season. Some Ravens include Baltimore to win the Super Bowl, Lamar Jackson to grab his second MVP award, the Ravens to win the AFC North, and many more.