odds to win and betting lines
Will the Baltimore
Ravens have what it takes to win the AFC North again, the
betting odds say it could well happen.
Adding Steve McNair to the roster last year proved a good
move. The new quarterback had a very nice season with 3,050
passing yards and 16 touchdown strikes. The defense was strong
and lead the Baltimore Ravens to 13-3 record and first place in
the AFC North. If the trend of strong defense continues during
the 2007-2008 NFL season, watch the point spread carefully when
making a betting decision involving the Ravens.
Tonight the Baltimore Ravens will take
on the Philadelphia Eagles in their first Preseason game and it
should show if the offense will be able to match the defense.
Returner B.J. Sams will get some action today against the
Eagles, after sidelined in 2006 after an injury. Gerome Sapp is
back in Baltimore from Indianapolis and a good game lies ahead.
Running back Jamal Lewis was replaced by
Willis McGahee, after Lewis rushed for only 53 yards in the
Ravens playoff loss to Indianapolis 15-6. During draft time, the
Baltimore Ravens added the wide receiver Yamon Figurs from
Kansas State and beefed up the offensive line with Marshall
Yanda from Iowa Hawkeyes. Overall, a very good football season
ahead of the Baltimore Ravens.
NFL Stats for full Ravens
Baltimore Ravens enter the betting arena
as one of the favorites. The betting odds reflect the great
football exhibited by the Ravens last year, and the new
additions to the team make Baltimore a good bet throughout the
season. These are the Baltimore Ravens betting lines and
odds to win as posted by the online bookmaker
Bodog Sports (new window):
Baltimore Ravens odds to win the AFC: 9/1
Baltimore Ravens odds to win the AFC North:
Odds on the Ravens to win the 2008 Super Bowl:
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Published on 08/13/2007