Ravens vs. Browns top 3 prop bets to make for Week 14 NFL game

Ravens, Lamar Jackson (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images)
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Ravens, Lamar Jackson
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The Baltimore Ravens are set to take on the Cleveland Browns in what will be their third consecutive divisional matchup. And after falling just short against the Pittsburgh Steelers a week ago, this one might be their biggest game yet.

The Ravens enter the game with an 8-4 record clinging to a one-game lead in the AFC North. Meanwhile, the Browns are desperately in need of a victory after losing to this same Ravens team two weeks ago.

Both teams have seen some lackluster quarterback play in recent weeks with Lamar Jackson and Baker Mayfield dealing with their fair share of struggles.

How will that impact this week’s prop bets? Let’s take a look. As always, all odds are courtesy of WynnBet.

1. Lamar Jackson, QB, Ravens: 64.5 rushing yards (o/u)

Lamar Jackson is playing some of the worst football of his career right now. He’s making poor decisions, turning the ball over at a high rate, and just doesn’t look like himself.

Still, his rushing yard numbers haven’t necessarily dropped much. Jackson has topped 55 rushing yards in four of his last five games and could very well do the same against the Browns this week.

That’s especially true given Jackson’s struggles throwing the ball. He might be forced to rely on his legs even more. On top of that, Jackson has gotten into a habit of bailing even before the pressure gets there.

That might not be good for the Ravens’ offense as a whole, but it is good news if you’re betting the over on his rushing yards.

Best Bet: OVER