Ravens vs. Vikings top prop bets to make for Week 9 NFL game

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2. Dalvin Cook, RB, Minnesota Vikings: 75.5 rushing yards (o/u)

Dalvin Cook has missed some time due to injury this season, but when he’s been healthy, he’s been one of the NFL’s most productive running backs.

Cook has finished with more than 75 yards rushing in three of his five games to this point including multiple outings with over 130 yards on the ground.

And there’s every reason to believe he could find success against a Ravens’ run defense that has been suspect at times this season.

Baltimore is currently allowing 4.2 yards per carry and has surrendered five carries of 20 yards or more which is the ninth-most in the NFL.

On top of that, nose tackle Brandon Williams is questionable with a shoulder injury while the Ravens are still awaiting the season debut of defensive end Derek Wolfe.

The team’s defensive line is beaten up while their linebackers have been inconsistent at best this season. The recent emergence of Josh Bynes and the resurgence of Patrick Queen have some optimistic, but this is a good Minnesota rushing attack that is averaging 4.5 yards per carry.

The safe bet is to assume Cook hits the over here as the Vikings lean on their ground game.

Best Bet: OVER