Baltimore Ravens 2014 Odds

The Baltimore Ravens begin their season by playing the division rival Cincinnati Bengals at home. The Ravens play their home games at M&T Bank Stadium and their head coach is John Harbaugh. John Harbaugh is the brother of 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh and the two brothers once played a Super Bowl against each other in which John and the Ravens won. Joe Flacco is the starting quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens and Ray Rice is another premier player on the roster. We could have posted a picture of Rice and Flacco below, but we figured you would much rather look at the 2014 Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

This team is always a tough draw in the NFL playoffs and the Ravens seem to have what it takes to go deep in the playoffs each year. The Ravens are rich with history considering the fact that the team was founded in 1996. In less than 20 years, the team has won 2 Super Bowls which is a marquis achievement of any franchise. Some franchises such as the Detroit Lions have never even been to the Super Bowl. What’s even crazier is that the Baltimore Ravens have a legit shot at winning more Super Bowls. Perhaps they aren’t the favorites but the Ravens are getting 40/1 betting odds on winning the Super Bowl 2015. If you had an extra $5 laying around, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to bet on this team just incase the Ravens show up and win the Super Bowl being hosted in Arizona on February 1st 2015.

July 19, 2014 by : Posted in betting No Comments

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