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Baltimore Ravens 2022 Super Bowl 56 odds

Ken Pomponio
Sportsbook Wire

Coming off three straight double-digit win seasons, the Baltimore Ravens figure to be contenders again in 2021. Below, we look at the Baltimore Ravens 2022 Super Bowl 56 odds, with NFL futures picks and predictions.

Despite the Ravens' success since QB Lamar Jackson took the reins midway through his rookie season of 2018, they've gone 1-3 in the postseason and have failed to make it as far as the AFC Championship Game.

Will they be able to get over the hurdle in the 2021 NFL season in what figures to again be a strong AFC North divisional race?

Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl 56 odds and 2022 NFL futures

Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports' betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated Tuesday, May 4, at 8:40 a.m. ET.

Odds to win Super Bowl 56: +1400 (bet $100 to win $1,400)

Odds to win AFC: +600 (bet $100 to win $600)

Odds to win AFC North: +115 (bet $100 to win $115)

2022 win total: 11 (Over: -120| Under: +100)

Will the Ravens make the playoffs? Yes: -400| No: +310

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Ravens' offseason recap

Jackson, the 2019 NFL MVP, has received some needed wide receiver help in free agent Sammy Watkins and first-round pick Rashod Bateman. Baltimore, though, will need to replace Pro Bowl left tackle Orlando Brown, who was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Other than replacing Pro Bowl sack and tackles-for-loss leader Matt Judon, the defense returns largely intact after surrendering the league's second-fewest points per game (18.9) in 2020.

Edge rusher Odafe Oweh, acquired with a first-round round pick received in the Brown trade, will attempt to step in for Judon.

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Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl 56 and 2022 NFL futures picks

The Ravens won the AFC North in 2018 and '19 and finished second last year, so the +115 odds for the division title are certainly enticing, especially considering the defending AFC North champion Pittsburgh Steelers appear to have slipped following a 12-4 finish in 2020.

At -400, Baltimore is heavily favored to make the playoffs for a fourth straight season, but only those with large bankrolls are advised to pay that much juice.

At +600 and +1400, respectively, the Ravens' AFC and Super Bowl odds make for decent returns if you're looking beyond the top few favorites for value.

Definitely don't go overboard here as Jackson and Co., must first prove their winning formula can work in the postseason, especially with top AFC rivals Kansas City, Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns all looking particularly formidable again in 2021.

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