The defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens and the entire NFL Season Win Totals have been released by the Las Vegas Hotel (formerly Hilton) The Baltimore Ravens 2014 Super Bowl Odds are listed at 28/1 for this season.
The Ravens have been projected with an over/under of 8.5 wins this season. The AFC North is loaded with several pretty solid teams this year and they no doubt will be slugging it out the entire season. The LVH has released season win totals for each of the NFL franchises and the Ravens are being projected to be a Wild Card team in the AFC this season by oddsmakers.
Week 1: Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos (-7, -120), Week 2: Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens (-7.5), Week 3: Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens (-3.5), Week 4: Baltimore Ravens (-4) at Buffalo Bills, Week 5: Baltimore Ravens (-1) at Miami Dolphins, Week 6: Green Bay Packers at Baltimore Ravens (-1), Week 7: Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers (-1.5), Week 8: Bye, Week 9: Baltimore Ravens (-3.5) at Cleveland Browns, Week 10: Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens (-3), Week 11: Baltimore Ravens at Chicago Bears (PK), Week 12: New York Jets at Baltimore Ravens (-6), Week 13: Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens (-2.5), Week 14: Minnesota Vikings at Baltimore Ravens (-3.5), Week 15: Baltimore Ravens at Detroit Lions (PK), Week 16: New England Patriots at Baltimore Ravens (PK)
Joe Flacco led the Ravens to a Super Bowl clinching win and was able to cash in with a mega contract this off-season. Yet, the cap-strapped Ravens lost several players to free agency since February and now will be heading into the season with some holes to fill. However, they still have Ray Rice coming out of the backfield. Leading receiver and Super Bowl clutch wide receiver Anquan Boldin bolted town and headed west, earning a contract with the San Francisco 49ers, who the Ravens beat in the Super Bowl. Defensively Terrell Suggs is still looking to be a force and helping him out on the defensive line will be newcomer Elvis Dumervil from the Denver Broncos.
This season they open the year in prime time on the road, something that is not normal for the Super Bowl champion. Yet due to scheduling issues in the city of Baltimore along with the Orioles playing Major League Baseball in September, they weren't able to figure out a way for the Ravens to open at home. Instead they'll go west to take on the Denver Broncos to open the season.
Houston, Green Bay and New England (all playoff teams from last season) will be playing the Ravens in Baltimore this season. Obviously playing games int he AFC North will see them take on the Bengals, Steelers and Browns twice. Tough road games include Miami, Chicago and Detroit. The Dolphins and Lions are both projected to be better this season. Four of the last six games for Baltimore are going to be at home.
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