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Ravens (NFL) - The Ravens are favored to win the AFC North at -180 and close to co-favorites along with the Chiefs to win the Super Bowl. That payout would be $650 on a $100 bet.
With an MVP quarterback, a 1,000-yard running back, a rebuilt front seven, and a Pro Bowl secondary, there’s justified optimism that the Ravens will again be the class of the AFC North. Yet there are concerns. They need to capably replace Yanda, they want more playmaking from their receivers and they need more havoc in the pass rush, which would benefit the outstanding secondary. DeCosta likes the roster he has constructed. Now they need to take the next step. They have been to the playoffs in back-to-back years but have just one playoff win since their Super Bowl XLVII title after the 2012 season. Ultimately, success this season will hinge on adding to that total.
Orioles (MLB) - The Orioles lost a great bit of steam from their solid start and were playing around .500 Baseball entering September.
Nationals (MLB) - Mark this under "WTF".
"The Nats' bid to defend their title looks over, but they still have series against all four NL East rivals, plus six games against the Rays, so they could have a major impact on both East races in a spoiler role. Veterans Adam Eaton, Sean Doolittle, Anibal Sanchez and Eric Thames are all playing for their next contracts and could salvage otherwise lost seasons with strong finishes."
- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com