Only four years removed from back-to-back AFC Championship Game appearances and a 34-31 Super Bowl XLVII win over the San Francisco 49ers, the Baltimore Ravens are stumbling. Once the picture of consistency, they’ve made the playoffs just once since 2012. The Ravens played 15 postseason games between 2004-14, going 10-5 and playing in three AFC Championship Games during that span. They are 2-0 in Super Bowl play, the only team in the history of the NFL to reach multiple Super Bowls without losing at least one of them.
Best Baltimore Ravens Betting Lines
We provide the best Ravens betting lines below so keep your eye on them and find the game that is most appealing. Don’t forget to take into account the variety of betting types.
Baltimore Ravens Regular Season Schedule
You will find all the information you will require regarding the Baltimore Ravens regular-season schedule below, and this year’s slate appears to set up well for the Ravens.
One advantage to sliding down the standings is that the Ravens are awarded a less tougher slate via the NFL’s balanced schedule system. Baltimore gets the 24th-hardest sked in the NFL, facing opponents who fashioned a combined .461 win percentage in 2016-17.
What Are The Baltimore Ravens Standings
As rough a go as it’s been of late for the Baltimore Ravens, in 2016-17 they were still just one win away from garnering a playoff position.
But the lack of a consistent running game has forced quarterback Joe Flacco to try and do more than he’s capable of. He’s not a quarterback that you want to be airing the ball out. Baltimore is best suited to play a more conservative, ball-control style of offense.
Since winning Super Bowl XLVII, the Ravens have posted a losing record and finished third in the AFC North three times.
How To Win Baltimore Ravens Bets
Baltimore has seen two different teams bring a Super Bowl title to town. The Colts originally did it and the Ravens have done it twice since.
The Baltimore Colts first represented the city in Super Bowl III after an auspicious start. The 18-point favorite Colts fell 16-7 to the New York Jets. But the Colts returned two years later to edge the Dallas Cowboys 16-13 in Super Bowl V.
When the Colts left for Indianapolis in 1984, Baltimore went without the NFL for a dozen years. But the Ravens arrived in 1996 and, and by 2000-01, defeated the New York Giants 34-7 in Super Bowl XXXV. The Ravens followed that up with a 34-31 Super Bowl XLVII victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
But Baltimore’s football legacy goes even further. A year before the Ravens came to town the Baltimore Stallions defeated the Calgary Stampeders 37-20 to win the CFL’s Grey Cup. Baltimore is the only city in history to produce a Super Bowl champion and a Grey Cup winner.
Linebacker O.J. Brigance played for the Stallions in their Grey Cup win and for the Ravens in their first Super Bowl triumph.