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).