Oddsmakers envision the rolling Ravens streaking all the way to the Super Bowl.
Baltimore (10-2) won its eighth consecutive game Sunday and with the New England Patriots falling to 10-2, the Ravens claimed the top odds to win the Super Bowl at most sportsbooks entering Week 14.
Baltimore beat New England 37-20 for the fourth of eight wins in a row and trounced the Houston Texans, 41-7. Houston beat the Patriots on Sunday.
The New Orleans Saints, who locked up the NFC South with a Thanksgiving night victory at Atlanta, moved up to second at most major U.S. books with New England third and the San Francisco 49ers fourth.
Only two months ago, the Ravens were listed at 40-1 to win the Super Bowl at DraftKings and 45-1 at PointsBet. That was after back-to-back losses.
On Monday, Baltimore topped the NFL at 5-2 odds at DraftKings and Caesars, followed by the Saints (7-2), Patriots (9-2) and 49ers (6-1). San Francisco lost to the Ravens on Sunday.
In August, the Ravens were listed at 45-1 at FanDuel and DraftKings.
The Seattle Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs are currently 10-1 at DraftKings.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson is -250 to win the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award at DraftKings, holding a sizeable edge over Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson +275.