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The Baltimore Ravens might have won last week, but the oddsmakers at Bovada were obviously not that impressed and lowered their chances to win the Super Bowl.
The Baltimore Ravens might have won last week and moved to a 4-1 record, sitting in first place in the always competitive AFC North. However, the oddsmakers at Bovada were obviously not that impressed with their 9-6 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs and therefore, lowered their chances to win the Super Bowl.
Last week, Baltimore stood at 17-2 odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy, but this week dropped a bit to 9-1. That makes them the fifth choice to win the Big Game, behind the lowest odds, the Houston Texans, at 4-1. The Ravens can definitely affect their odds, as well as the Texans a week from Sunday when they travel to Houston to play them in week 7.
The Texans are followed in order, by the San Francisco 49ers (5-1), New England Patriots (11-2) and Atlanta Falcons (7-1). The Ravens are just ahead of the Chicago Bears (12-1), Green Bay Packers (15-1), New York Giants (18-1) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (20-1).