Here at Top Bet, we offer many ways for you to get more invested in the NFL game day experience. We have first half, second half, individual quarter, and final score lines, plus dozens of prop bets for individual match ups. What better game to get started on than this year’s NFL Kickoff between the defending champion Baltimore Ravens and the Super Bowl favorite Denver Broncos?
Joe Flacco will visit Sports Authority Field at Mile High (where Broncos fans are already sick of seeing him) for a rematch of last year’s AFC Divisional round nail-biter that saw him lead his Ravens to victory with a second-OT bomb from his own 25-yard line. It was Jacoby Jones who caught the pass, thanks in part to Rahim Moore’s slippery feet.
Anything could happen when these squads face off tonight in Denver.
Betting Breakdown: Ravens @ Broncos (8:30PM ET)
The Broncos are the 7.5-point favorites going into the game, and they’ll be fired up and looking for revenge against the Ravens, who are priced at +275 to win. The Over/Under is 49.0 for the match—well under the 73 points these teams combined for last time they met. Check out these lines and more at our sportsbook.
Though still 4.5-point underdogs, the Raven’s odds of leading after the first half are slightly better. These two teams were knotted up at 21-21 after the fist half last game, but the first half Over/Under is 24.0 points. Visit the NFL First Half section of our sportsbook to place your bets.
Top Bet offers you several options for betting on big games like this one.
Bet on the Over/Under for quarterback completions (Flacco 21, Manning 25.5) and passing yards (Flacco, 254.5, Manning, 292.5), or choose which team will score first. Will it be the ravens (+150) or Manning and the Broncos (-180)?
Pick the player to score the game’s first touchdown, or whether or not either team will have three unanswered scores.
These bets and more are yours to make at our Ravens vs. Broncos game page.
The Broncos enter the season as Super Bowl favorites (+450), while the Ravens are priced at +1,600 to repeat last season’s big championship win. Denver is also the favorite to win the AFC Championship, while Baltimore is the fourth-favorite (+800) behind the Patriots (+300) and the Texans (+550).
Check out all our NFL Futures odds, available now.
Will this year’s Super Bowl favorites beat the defending champs? Can Baltimore’s rebuilt defense hold off Peyton Manning and Wes Welker? Can Flacco come close to the 331 yards he threw for in last season’s AFC Divisional playoff match up? Voice your opinion by visiting our sportsbook page and making your picks.
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