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Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns 2011 Odds: Division, Super Bowl

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Aug/09/2011
Baltimore Ravens 2011 Odds

The Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns odds to win the 2011 AFC North and 2012 Super Bowl were available at BetDSI.com here, the name you’ve trusted in online sports betting since 1997.

The Baltimore Ravens odds to win the AFC North were listed at -160, making them the favorite.  The Ravens odds to win the 2012 Super Bowl came in at 15/1.  Oddsmakers had Baltimore pegged to win UNDER 10.5 regular season games with a line of -125. 

Ray Lewis, 36, and Ed Reed, 32, are getting up there in age but will still be in their prime this season. Lewis’ best attribute perhaps may be his ability to mentor the younger class of Ravens.  The defense and special teams for Baltimore will be solid for at least another year. 

Joe Flacco is fast becoming an elite quarterback.  Last season, he managed to rack up 3,622 yards and 25 touchdowns.  With co-stars like Anquan Boldin and Ray Rice, the Ravens offense should be on fire, complimenting one of the most feared defenses in the league.  Bettors should seriously consider the OVER 10.5 regular season wins in 2011.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers play the Baltimore Ravens in what promises to be one of the best games during Week 1.  We should get a feel early as to which of these two teams will dominate in the AFC North.

The OVER 10.5 at -125 might be a good bet here as well when it comes to regular season win totals.  There are five games the Steelers could potential end up losing, the Ravens game being one (and of course they play them twice).  The Texans, Patriots and Chiefs present threats during the remainder of the season. 

As for the Browns, it’s tough to see Cleveland winning the division as long as there is Baltimore and Pittsburgh.  That said, we saw the Bengals win a few years back as a pretty big underdog.  They would pay 10/1 odds or $100 for every $10 bet.  It could be worth a small bet.  Cleveland is expected to improve this season.  Oddsmakers have them at -129 winning OVER 6.5 regular season games.  That price is a little high for us, however.

The Bengals round out the division with odds of 25/1 to win it.  Winning UNDER 5.5 regular season games would pay out $115 for every $100 bet.  We wouldn’t touch the Bengals when it comes to futures though.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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