Updated Super Bowl Odds: Lamar Jackson, Ravens Second-Place Favorites

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The last time the Baltimore Ravens reached – and won – the Super Bowl, Lamar Jackson was a sophomore in high school. They’re just one win away from their first Super Bowl appearance in 11 years.

Entering the 2023-24 season, Baltimore’s Super Bowl odds hovered around +1800. In the AFC championship game, the team has the second-shortest odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy at Super Bowl 58, currently at +190 at most top sports betting apps.

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Baltimore Struggles to Take Off

The Ravens, particularly on offense, struggled to take off at the beginning of the season. Through the first five weeks, the offense averaged 21.8 points per game, and the team traded wins and losses to earn a 3-2 record. To make matters worse, running back J.K. Dobbins tore his Achilles in the opener and would miss the remainder of the season.

Offense Comes Alive

After a somewhat underwhelming start, something must have lit a fire under the Ravens from that point on because their offense propelled to a whole new level. It started with a 38-6 victory over the Detroit Lions after gaining 503 yards of total offense. Jackson posted a near-perfect 155.8 passer rating in that game.

From Week 6, Baltimore would average 31.9 points per game (33.2 if you exclude their regular season finale in which the team rested its starters).

As excellent as they’ve looked for most of the season, they went through some hiccups. Tight end Mark Andrews suffered an ankle injury in Week 11 and has been out of the lineup ever since. However, there’s a real possibility that he returns for the AFC Championship Game against the Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday.

There’s also speedy rookie Keaton Mitchell, averaging an astounding 8.6 yards per carry before tearing his ACL in Week 15.

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Current Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Odds

Here’s a look at the current odds for the Ravens to win the Super Bowl from some of our top-rated sportsbooks:

If you believe in the Ravens’ chances to win the next two contests, tackle their odds now while there’s still value. Currently, the San Francisco 49ers are the favorite to win the championship.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens Meet In The AFC Championship

The last time we saw Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes face off against each other was in Week 2 of the 2021 season in a 36-35 thriller – advantage Ravens. That game was the first and only time Jackson had beaten Mahomes after losing the first three meetings.

Read more: Chiefs vs. Ravens Prediction, Odds

Jackson and the Ravens can do it again when they host the Chiefs in Sunday’s matchup. Baltimore is favored by 3.5 points. Kickoff begins at 3:00 p.m. ET on CBS.

Mahomes vs. Jackson Head-to-Head Statistics

Dec. 09, 2018: Chiefs def. Ravens, 27-24 (OT)
Mahomes: 377 YDS | 2 TD | 1 INT | 91.5 RTG
Jackson: 147 YDS | 2 TD | 0 INT | 100.5 RTG

Sept. 22, 2019: Chiefs def. Ravens, 33-28
Mahomes: 374 YDS | 3 TD | 0 INT | 132.0 RTG
Jackson: 267 YDS | 0 TD | 0 INT | 70.6 RTG

Sept. 28, 2020: Chiefs def. Ravens, 34-20
Mahomes: 385 YDS | 4 TD | 0 INT | 133.5 RTG
Jackson: 97 YDS | 1 TD | 0 INT | 73.1 RTG

Sept. 19, 2021: Ravens def. Chiefs, 36-35
Mahomes: 343 YDS | 3 TD | 1 INT | 131.5 RTG
Jackson: 239 YDS | 1 TD | 2 INT | 78.8 RTG

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