Handicapping Picks & Odds |  "Razor" Ray Monohan Picks |  Cappers Picks |  Forums |  Sitemap |  Twitter |  Facebook

Baltimore Ravens 2010 NFL Football Future Lines

Baltimore Ravens Betting Odds – NFL Football Future Lines

With NFL football betting times just a short time away, Cappers Picks NFL handicappers have been hard at work putting out the team by team NFL Season Predictions & Previews for those of us who can’t wait. Bet on the 2010 Super Bowl winner, plus 2010 Conference and Divisional winners.

What are you waiting for use our insider knowledge today to gamble on all the NFL Football Futures in our the Best online sportsbooks today.


Let’s take a look at the numbers:

Last season – 9-7 SU, 8-7-1 ATS
Projection this season – 10-6 (first in AFC North)

The NFC pre-season is all about hope and optimism, and things are no different in Baltimore, where the Ravens and their fans figure that the here and now looks more than pretty good, and that since Pittsburgh appears to be sliding downhill, what better time than now to seize the high ground in the AFC North?

This team has been built on and ridden its defense to moderate success over the last five years, but the offense appears to have caught up.

Ray Rice was second in the league in combined yards rushing (1,339) and passing (702) last season, the wideouts (Derrick Mason and Mark Clayton are joined by newcomers Anquan Boldin and Donte’ Stallworth) suddenly have depth and talent, and quarterback Joe Flacco can now concentrate on leading a balanced offense that no longer lives and dies on the ability of its running backs to grind out first downs.

The offensive line, led by Michael Oher and Jared Gaither, should be the best in the division, although it sprung a few leaks in the first exhibition game, against Carolina. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

The Ravens blitzed less last season than they did in 2008, but the result was pretty much the same. Baltimore has the best defense in the division, maybe the best in the AFC and one of the best in the NFL.

The defensive line is well above average, led by Haloti Ngata; Ray Lewis still has juice at linebacker, though he has had to pick his spots over the last few years; and the secondary is trying to keep things together until the team find out if it will get anything out of All-Pro safety Ed Reed this year.

Still, it rates a solid B-plus and if they can stay healthy (no small feat considering the number of veterans), the defense could still still hold teams under 17 a game.

THE WAY IT LOOKS NOW – Things could start sorting themselves out fairly quickly in the AFC North as Baltimore faces division rivals Cincinnati, Cleveland and Pittsburgh back-to-back-to-back in Weeks 2, 3, 4.

The Ravens are a prohibitive (-130) favorite to win the division, and books also like them in the AFC and Super Bowl.

Problems in the secondary can be mitigated with a good-enough pass rush, and any offense that can run and throw with equal efficiency will be hard to contend with.

Next Up: More Teams Coming Soon

Ready to start NFL Gambling Online today?

NFL BETTING SEASON PROMO FROM BETUS: A 100% match play bonus for 1st Time players Up To $500. Grab Up to $600 In Free MONEY & Picks! CLICK HERE NOW!!! W.T.F. ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

Lawrence Paul is a regular contributor to the Cappers Picks Blog, and is a free-lance gambling and travel writer from Massachusetts.


Cappers Picks - Premium Picks For Sale


It seems like only yesterday that Ben Burns capped off a DOMINATING NFL PLAYOFFS with a PERFECT 3-0 SWEEP (side, total, first half) in the Super Bowl. Now, this renowned "Totals Guru" returns with another ABSOLUTE BEAST of a total. Don't wait on this one!

About Lawrence Paul

Lawrence Paul is back in the saddle as a regular contributor to the Cappers Picks Blog. He's got an AMAZING knack for predicting when a team will have a letdown! Stick with our resident gambling experts sports betting tips all season long!