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Best Ravens Betting Promos, Odds & Bets for Marylanders 1st Opportunity to Bet the Ravens This Sunday

Matt McEwan

by Matt McEwan in NFL Football

Nov 26, 2022 · 11:01 AM PST

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Sep 18, 2022; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) throws during the second half against the Miami Dolphins at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
  • Marylanders have their first chance to legally bet the Ravens online this Sunday
  • Online sports betting just launched in Maryland on Wednesday, November 23
  • See the Ravens’ odds, betting promos, props, and best bets below

Maryland, your time has finally come! Nearly a full year after the state launched retail sports betting, Marylanders can now take advantage of online sports betting from the comfort of their homes. Online sports betting officially launched on Wednesday, November 23 in Maryland, meaning they just missed the Baltimore Ravens’ Week 11 win over the Panthers. Their first opportunity to bet their Ravens comes this Sunday (November 27) when Baltimore takes on the Jacksonville Jaguars.

If you’re a little unsure on where or how to bet the Ravens, you’ve landed in the right place. I have rounded up all the best Ravens betting promos from each sportsbook, the best odds you can get, the player props available, and my recommendation on how you should bet Baltimore this weekend.

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Baltimore Ravens Betting Promos

It’s incredibly important that you take advantage of the welcome bonuses all these sportsbooks are offering with the state of Maryland just launching. Pad your bankroll off the start and play with some house money for a bit. Here are the best Maryland sports betting promos from each sportsbook:

Sportsbook Maryland Signup Offer
DraftKings Sportsbook Bet $5 & Get $200 Free
Caesars Sportsbook Get Up to $1,500 Back
Barstool Sportsbook Get First Bet Insurance Up to $1,000
BetMGM First Bet Insurance: $1,000 Paid Back in Free Bets if You Lose
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If you don’t have much money to deposit into your bankroll, the best promos for you would be either of the bet $5, get $200 offered by DraftKings Sportsbook Maryland as well as FanDuel Sportsbook Maryland.

If you have more cash to put in and want to try and claim a bigger offer, all of the Caesars Sportsbook, BetMGM, and Barstool first bet insurances might be better for you. Just be sure to read the fine print in the promo, specifically about how you get the money back if you lose your bet.

Ravens Odds & Betting Lines

In order to be a profitable sports bettor, it is vital that you make every win count. The best handicappers in the world are only winning around 57% of their bets. So when you do win, you have to make every penny you can from that win.

This is why line shopping is so important. You can do your own line shopping on our NFL odds page, but I have done the work for you when it comes to the best lines on the Ravens this week. Let’s get started the right way in Baltimore’s Week 12 matchup with the Jaguars.

Baltimore opened as four-point favorites over the Jags and Barstool Sportsbook is still holding strong on that line. So if you’re not confident in your team to cover this week, that’s the place to bet Jacksonville. Every other sportsbook has come down to Ravens -3.5 now, but PointsBet has the best odds on that line at -107.


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So not only are you laying a half-point less than if you were at Bartstool, but then you’re getting more from your win versus any other sportsbook. A $50 bet on the -107 odds wins you $46.50 and returns $96.50. If you take the -110 odds most other books are offering, you only win $45.50 and return $95.50.

If you think we’ll see a lot of points from Lamar Jackson and/or Trevor Lawrence this Sunday, DraftKings is the best place to bet the over. Most sportsbooks have the game total listed at 43.5, but DraftKings has the best odds on the over.

Once again, Barstool Sportsbook is a little different than the rest. They have their Ravens vs Jaguars game total set at 44. You do have to pay a little extra with the -115 odds, though. If you don’t think the extra half-point is worth having, then take the under 43.5 at PointsBet at -107 odds.

Baltimore is as heavy as -200 favorites at FanDuel to beat the Jaguars in Week 12. But you can find them as long as -178 at Caesars. This saves you 22 cents versus FanDuel. Realistically, none of these lines are great to bet, though. The risk isn’t worth the reward in the end.

If you like the Ravens to win, but not by more than a field goal, scroll down to the best bets section to find a better way to bet this.

Also, if you don’t like the Ravens on the road and want to bet the Jaguars to win, FanDuel is the place to do so. You’ll find +168 odds on Jacksonville there.

Ravens Props

Instead of listing off the hundreds of props available for the Ravens vs Jaguars game this weekend, I have done some line shopping on some of the more popular player props at online sportsbooks. You’ll see the line and odds for the best book to bet both the over and under on your favorite Ravens players below.

Lamar Jackson Props

  • Lamar Jackson Passing Yards: Over 198.5 (-120) at BetMGM / Under 207.5 (-114) at Barstool Sportsbook
  • Lamar Jackson Passing TDs: Over 1.5 (+120) at DraftKings / Under 1.5 (-155) at Barstool Sportsbook
  • Lamar Jackson Rushing Yards: Over 50.5 (-125) at PointsBet / Under 54.5 (-113) at Barstool Sportsbook

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Mark Andrew Props

  • Mark Andrews Receptions: Over 5.5 (+108) at Caesars Sportsbook / Under 5.5 (-121) at Barstool Sportsbook
  • Mark Andrew Receiving Yards: Over 66.5 (-115) at DraftKings / Under 70.5 (-130) at PointsBet
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Ravens Touchdown Props

  • Mark Andrews First TD Scorer (+750) at DraftKings / Anytime TD (+135) at Caesars Sportsbook
  • Gus Edwards First TD Scorer (+900) at BetMGM / Anytime TD (+185) at Caesars Sportsbook
  • Kenyan Drake First TD Scorer (+1000) at Barstool Sportsbook / Anytime TD (+260) at Caesars Sportsbook
  • Lamar Jackson First TD Scorer (+900) at FanDuel / Anytime TD (+165) at FanDuel
  • Devin Duvernay First TD Scorer (+1400) at FanDuel / Anytime TD (+280) at FanDuel

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We will see more over/under lines open for Ravens players shortly. The sportsbook are just waiting on more firm news around running back Gus Edwards, Devin Duvernay, and Demarcus Robinson. All of those players are currently listed as questionable to play on Sunday. If any one of them sits out, it would massively swing the other rushing and receiving props.

Best Bets on Ravens

If you want to make a bet on the Ravens game this weekend but just want to be told what to bet, here is how I will be betting the game:

  • Same-Game Parlay: Ravens -2.5 & Ravens over 16.5 points & Mark Andrews over 49.5 receiving yards (+155) at DraftKings

My SBD score predicting formula is calling for a 22.7-16.9 win for the Ravens. This exact score would result in the Ravens covering as 3.5-point favorites and the total going under 43.5. However, those are some pretty tight margins.

So, I am teasing the spread down to Ravens -2.5 and pairing it with a couple other correlated props to form a same-game parlay. Week 11 was the first time Baltimore failed to score at least 17 points in a game this season, and Jacksonville has allowed teams over this total in seven of ten. I don’t foresee the ninth-ranked scoring offense being held below that number two weeks in a row.

Mark Andrews has recorded at least 50 receiving yards in six of nine games this season. One of the games he went under was Week 8, where injury forced him to leave the game after his tenth snap. He was actually targeted on five of those ten snaps and had 33 receiving yards already. Plus, Jacksonville ranks 24th against the pass.

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