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FanDuel Maryland Promo Code: Claim $200 in Free Bets for Ravens vs. Jaguars

Now that Maryland sports betting is open for business, FanDuel Maryland is out in front with a great giveaway for new customers. If you sign up for a new account using this week’s FanDuel Maryland Promo Code, you will receive $200 in free bets without having to win a wager with your own money.

Claim $200 in free bets with the FanDuel Maryland Promo Code for Ravens vs. Jaguars

A full plate of 16 games is on the schedule for NFL Week 12, including the AFC North first-place team, the Baltimore Ravens. There may be no more passionate advocates for their football team than Ravens fans. Now, NFL fans in Maryland can wager on their favorite team with FanDuel Sportsbook, the sports betting industry leader.

How to Claim Free Bets With FanDuel Maryland Promo Code

We’ve made it very easy for Maryland sports bettors to claim $200 in free bets. No code is necessary as long as you follow these directions.

  1. Visit the FanDuel Maryland website and register an account.
  2. Reply to your confirmation email to complete registration.
  3. Use one of many funding options to make your first deposit (Debit/Credit card, bank transfer, electronic check, PayPal, Bitpay cryptocurrency, and more)
  4. Place your first wager, which automatically qualifies for the No Sweat First Bet promo. That means up to $1,000 of that first bet will be paid to you if it does not win.

The free bets you receive through this bonus offer can be placed on NFL games, the NBA, NHL, FIFA World Cup, or any other eligible sporting event with odds from FanDuel.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Jacksonville Jaguars — Sunday, Nov. 27, 1 p.m. ET

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If you’re traveling south from Maryland to root for the Ravens in Florida for the Week 12 game between Baltimore and Jacksonville, you may want to bring your own food. But, full belly or not, you have to like the Ravens’ chances against a young team still trying to find a way to be consistent in the NFL.

The Ravens are true road warriors: 4-1 away from home this season for head coach John Harbaugh. The offense is making it hard for opposing teams with a 5.5 average per rush attempt. The Ravens go right at the defensive front four, and more often than not, Baltimore’s big O line wins that battle. The Jags will need to stop dual running backs Justice Hill and Kenyan Drake, but the most formidable threat is QB Lamar Jackson.

Jacksonville is a much different team playing for first-year coach Doug Pederson. Gone is the angst and collective disgust that existed in the locker room when Urban Meyer was in charge. Pederson has realigned the team mission toward progress, not perfection. The Jags are playing less tentatively, and have reduced their penalties per game by two and yards given away on penalties by seven per. Observers also notice a more comfortable second-year quarterback in Trevor Lawrence, as evidenced by only six interceptions compared to 17 in his rookie campaign.

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