Las Vegas isn't feeling any better about the Ravens' chances to win Super Bowl 51 as training camp nears.
With news Friday that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will drop the appeal of his four-game suspension resulting from 'Deflategate,' Bovada put out a fresh set of Super Bowl odds. The sportsbook is giving the Ravens 33/1 odds to make it to the Super Bowl this season.
That shouldn't be surprising as the Ravens are coming off a 5-11 season and are probably facing more injury questions to prominent players heading into training camp than any other NFL team.
Fourteen teams are getting better odds than the Ravens, including AFC North rivals Pittsburgh (12/1) and Cincinnati (18/1).
Despite Brady's suspension, the Patriots are still the favorites with 6/1 odds. The Green Bay Packers are next at 17/2, followed by the Seattle Seahawks (9/1), Arizona Cardinals (12/1), Carolina Panthers (12/1) and Steelers.
The defending Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos have 18/1 odds.