Super Bowl 54 odds update: Lamar Jackson, Ravens soar after decisive win over Patriots

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (AP Photo/Nick Wass)
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The Baltimore Ravens came into Sunday night’s game against the New England Patriots at 18/1 to win the Super Bowl, according to odds at the Westgate SuperBook.

If you snagged a ticket then, you have to be feeling great about yourself.

The Ravens’ odds have shortened to 6/1 after a 37-20 win over the Patriots, and they are now the third team to appear on the Westgate’s futures board. New England, meanwhile, is still sitting pretty at 5/2. But the Patriots were 8/5 entering the game, so you can get them at a better price now.

Here’s the full list.

TeamSuper Bowl odds
Patriots5/2
Saints9/2
Ravens6/1
49ers7/1
Chiefs8/1
Packers14/1
Cowboys20/1
Texans25/1
Vikings25/1
Eagles25/1
Seahawks25/1
Rams30/1
Colts50/1
Bills60/1
Panthers60/1
Raiders80/1
Chargers80/1
Steelers100/1
Bears200/1
Browns200/1
Jaguars300/1
Titans300/1
Lions500/1
Broncos1000/1
Cardinals2000/1
Giants2000/1
Buccaneers2000/1
Falcons10000/1
Jets10000/1
Bengals50000/1
Dolphins50000/1
Redkins50000/1

The Ravens leapfrogged four teams – the Chiefs, Packers, Vikings and 49ers – between Weeks 8 and 9. Baltimore is also 3/1 to win the AFC now; it was 9/1 last week. The Ravens passed the Chiefs there too and only sit behind the Patriots.

The Patriots defense had been lights out going into the Ravens game, but they had no answer for Lamar Jackson, who notched three touchdowns and accounted for 224 yards of offense. Mark Ingram was also spectacular, running for 7.7 yards a pop and 115 in total. The Ravens outgained the Patriots 210-74 on the ground.

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Baltimore would be the No. 2 seed in the AFC if the season ended today; New England is still first, so the Ravens’ road to the Super Bowl would likely have to go through Foxborough. Baltimore was the home team last night.

Chiefs odds rise, Packers plummet

The Chiefs scored a massive win over the Vikings on Sunday behind backup QB Matt Moore, and there’s a good chance Patrick Mahomes returns for Week 10. Kansas City is now 8/1 to win it all after entering the week at 14/1.

The Packers, meanwhile, threw up a dud against the Chargers yesterday, and their Super Bowl odds lengthened because of it. Green Bay is now 14/1 after sitting at 10/1 as of early Sunday.

Super Bowl LIV will take place on Sunday, Feb. 2 in Miami. If it’s chalk from here on out, we’ll see Patriots vs. Saints.

But the Ravens are coming.

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