As underdogs against the 49ers, some Ravens felt 'disrespected' and 'hurt sentiments'

Baltimore Ravens are underdogs versus San Francisco 49ers on Monday night. Only twice this season have the Ravens not been favored. Even though Baltimore leads the AFC at 11-3, several players didn't enjoy the 49ers' reputation as the team to beat.

"We feel disrespected," Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton told ESPN. "I feel like we are the best team in the league, and we have an opportunity in front of the country to show it."

BetMGM has Baltimore as a 4.5-point underdog in San Francisco. Ravens were underdogs versus Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2 for the first time this season. hurt my feelings a little bit," boxer Marlon Humphrey said. The sight astonished me. However, I wish to remedy it. We hope some individuals lose money betting with them and win money betting with us."

Baltimore hopes to win the AFC North, finish first in the league, and make the playoffs. Since the Ravens lead the Miami Dolphins by one game for the top seed, this end-of-season stretch is crucial.

The Ravens must beat San Francisco on Christmas to reach their first goal. Baltimore wins their first division championship in four years if they do. Lose and the Ravens need Texans help. If the Texans beat the Browns on Sunday, the Ravens would win the AFC North.

John Harbaugh is playing up the notion that some of his players are upset with Las Vegas' doubts. ESPN reported Harbaugh smiling and said the topic "was mentioned, sure," in his player interactions.

Las Vegas odds don't worry quarterback Lamar Jackson. Jackson's relaxed attitude is reasonable given "Monday Night Football" and his personal past.

The longest NFL Monday night win streak is seven games by underdogs. Jackson has won nine of 13 underdog games in his career. "I don't want them to pick us," Jackson told reporters Wednesday

I like being underdogs. Our performance improves when others distrust us and don't pick us to win. I think we play better every time, so do it till February. I only ask that."

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