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Ravens' Super Bowl XLIX Odds Released

Posted Feb 3, 2014

The Ravens are in the middle of the pack for the Vegas favorites to win next year’s Super Bowl.

The 2013-14 season is officially in the books, and that means the Ravens’ reign as Super Bowl champions has come to an end.

Now it’s time to start looking ahead to next season.

The sportsbooks wasted no time turning the page, and the odds for Super Bowl XLIX were released soon after the Seahawks took down the Broncos 43-8.

The Ravens opened the betting in the middle of the pack with 40/1 odds, according to the website Pregame.com.

After finishing last season 8-8 and missing the playoffs for the first time under Head Coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens are not the AFC North favorites to advance to the 2015 Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona. That distinction belongs to the Cincinnati Bengals, who have 25/1 odds.

The Steelers are tied with the Ravens at 40/1, and the Cleveland Browns are at the bottom of the division with 75/1 odds.

The NFL’s early favorite is Seattle at 7/1.

Here’s a look at all the Super Bowl XLIX odds for every team next season:

  1. Seahawks: 7/1
  2. Broncos: 8/1
  3. 49ers: 8/1
  4. Patriots: 12/1
  5. Packers: 20/1
  6. Saints: 20/1
  7. Falcons: 25/1
  8. Bengals: 25/1
  9. Panthers: 25/1
  10. Colts: 30/1
  11. Chiefs: 30/1
  12. Eagles: 30/1
  13. Bears: 30/1
  14. Cardinals: 30/1
  15. Ravens: 40/1
  16. Steelers: 40/1
  17. Cowboys: 40/1
  18. Giants: 40/1
  19. Redskins: 40/1
  20. Lions: 40/1
  21. Rams: 40/1
  22. Texans: 40/1
  23. Chargers: 40/1
  24. Dolphins: 50/1
  25. Bucs: 60/1
  26. Titans: 60/1
  27. Jets: 75/1
  28. Bills: 75/1
  29. Browns: 75/1
  30. Vikings: 100/1
  31. Jaguars: 200/1
  32. Raiders: 200/1

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