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Ravens, Patriots now favored

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By Mike Wilkening

In the wake of the Ravens' 10-9 win at the Jets Monday night, Baltimore is now a road favorite at Cincinnati Week Two — and the Jets find themselves home underdogs to the Patriots.

The early line on Baltimore-Cincinnati was pick 'em, but the Ravens are now favorites of two points. Baltimore, whom many picked to win the AFC North, scored an impressive road win in their opener, while Cincinnati struggled in defeat at New England.

The Pats were one-point underdogs at the Las Vegas Hilton on Monda,y but they are now 1½-point favorites against the Jets, who showed no punch on offense and lost NT Kris Jenkins to a season-ending knee injury.

In other Monday-related line adjustments, the Chiefs are now underdogs of less than a field goal (1½-2½ points) at Cleveland after their upset of the Chargers last night. The early Las Vegas line was Cleveland minus-3. The Chargers' loss had little effect on the line for Jacksonville-San Diego; the Chargers were favored by eight on Monday at sportsbooks taking bets on the game and are 7½-8 point favorites Tuesday with the game more widely available to be wagered upon.

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