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The Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens opened up with even odds, but those odds have since moved toward Denver.
The Denver Broncos have dropped games to the Houston Texans and the New England Patriots en route to their 10-3 mark this season, but they look to get their first win against a fellow AFC division leader on Sunday when they travel to Baltimore to play the North-leading Ravens. Vegas doesn't see a clear favorite.
The odds listed at Odds Shark opened as eve but have since moved in Denver's favor. Five Dimes, Bet Online, Top Bet and SBC Global have Denver listed as 2.5-point favorites, while Bovada, Just Bet and Sportsbook.com like the Broncos by a field goal as of Wednesday. The over/under is set at 48.
The Broncos have won eight in a row since a loss to New England on Oct. 7. All three of their losses -- which also includes a loss to NFC South champion Atlanta -- have come at the hands of some of the top teams in the NFL, while none of the wins have come against a true marquee team. The Broncos can change that fact Sunday against a Ravens team still trying to lock up the AFC North.
The Broncos and Ravens kick off Sunday at 11 a.m. MT. The game will be televised by CBS.