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Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore is a sports city and with two Super Bowl wins it’s no surprise the Ravens are always a topic of discussion when it comes to sports betting.

An expansion team that’s had amazing results since it was created in 1996, the Ravens have a dedicated fan community and are definitely worth a look if you’re looking for valuable NFL betting opportunities.

In this team guide we’ll go into detail on the most important things to know about the Baltimore Ravens, including:

  • Betting strategies for the Ravens in 2019 combined with stats from 2018
  • A quick look at the Ravens’ team history and how they stack up in this year’s AFC North.
  • A breakdown of all of the most pertinent team stats and info.

Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens Team History

The Baltimore Ravens organization played its first game in 1996. The team was created when then-owner of the Cleveland Browns Art Modell tried to relocate the Browns to Baltimore. In a settlement with the city of Cleveland, Modell was forced to create a new expansion team in Baltimore and leave the Browns in Cleveland.

Since then the Ravens have won two Super Bowl championships, five AFC North titles, and 11 playoff appearances.

From 2006-2014, the Ravens only missed the playoffs on two occasions, and won the 2012 Super Bowl after qualifying as a wild card and beating the San Francisco 49ers in the finale. The team’s first Super Bowl win was in 2000 when they defeated the New York Giants.

The greatest player in franchise history is linebacker Ray Lewis who racked up 10 all-pro selections and two defensive player of the year awards over his Hall of Fame career. The franchise’s most recognizable players include Joe Flacco, Ed Reed, Terrell Suggs, and the aforementioned Lewis.

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Baltimore Ravens FAQs

How much are the Baltimore Ravens worth?

During the 2017 season, the Ravens organization generated $417 million in revenue and Forbes estimates the business to be worth $2.59 billion.

Who owns the Baltimore Ravens?

The Ravens are owned by Stephen Bisciotti.

When did the Baltimore Ravens become a team?

The organization played its first season in 1996.

Have the Baltimore Ravens Won a Super Bowl?

Yes, the Ravens have won two Super Bowls (2000, 2012)

What stadium and city do the Baltimore Ravens play in?

Since 1998, the Ravens have played at the M&T Bank Stadium, located in Baltimore, Maryland.

Where do the Ravens have training camp?

The club holds training camp at the Under Armor Performance Center, located in Owings Mills, Maryland.

What is the Baltimore Ravens mascot?

Poe is the official mascot of the Baltimore Ravens.

What are the Baltimore Ravens team colors?

The Ravens wear black, purple, and metallic gold.

Baltimore Ravens Player Highlights

All-Time Team Leaders
Games played Terrell Suggs
Passing Yards Joe Flacco 38,245
Passing TDs Joe Flacco 212
Receiving Yards Derrick Mason 5,777
Receiving TDs Todd Heap 41
Rushing Yards Jamal Lewis 7,801
Rushing TDs Jamal Lewis 45
Sacks Terrell Suggs 132.5
Interceptions Ed Reed 61
Points Scored (Kicker) Matt Stover 1,464

Tips for Betting on Baltimore Ravens

2018 was a tale of two seasons for the Baltimore Ravens. Heading into their week 10 bye, the Ravens were 4-5 and mired in the middle of a three-game losing streak. Their offense was sputtering with Joe Flacco under center. After the bye, they switched to rookie QB Lamar Jackson, won six of their last seven games and claimed the AFC North title.

As usual, Baltimore was led by its vaunted defense, which finished second in the league in points per game and first in yards per game. That defense got even better in the offseason, signing All-Pro safety Earl Thomas from the Seahawks.

The offense underwent a midseason makeover with the switch to Lamar Jackson, as the Ravens became the league’s most run-heavy team. Jackson routinely ran the ball more than 15 times a game. The Ravens added WR Marquise Brown in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, providing Jackson with a much-needed weapon in the passing game.

2019 marks Lamar Jackson’s first full season as a starting QB, after starting eight games last season. Once he took over as the Ravens’ starter in week 11, the team went 4-4 against the spread and split the over/under at four a piece.

The Ravens will no longer have the element of surprise on their side as opposing teams have an entire offseason to plan for Baltimore’s uniquely run-heavy offense. Given their underwhelming receiving core and Jackson’s accuracy issues, it’s unclear how effective the Ravens can be in the passing game with the current roster.

The defense, which lost LB CJ Mosley to the Jets, will be leaned on heavily once again to carry the Ravens this season.

Here are some key numbers for bettors to focus on heading into 2019:

  • The Ravens finished in the bottom half of the league vs the point spread last season, going 8-9, finishing the year with a 47.1 cover percentage.
  • The Ravens were below average when it came to hitting overs last season, ending the year with a 41.2 Over percentage and 58.8 under percentage.
  • The Ravens have a favorable schedule to start the year which will offer positive betting opportunities.

Start Betting on the Baltimore Ravens Now

Sports betting action focusing on the Ravens is alive and well as Lamar Jackson looks to lead the Ravens to another AFC North title and secure the first playoff win of his career.

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