The Baltimore Ravens return to home fresh off the bye week to play the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. The Ravens have an opportunity at the No. 1 seed in the AFC if they can end the regular season strong.
I found two Ravens props involving star quarterback Lamar Jackson and a Rams prop that could bring back some value.
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Best NFL Prop Bets for Rams vs. Ravens in Week 14
- Lamar Jackson OVER 16.5 passing completions (-130)
- Kyren Williams OVER 18.5 receiving yards (-115)
- Gus Edwards OVER 9.5 rushing attempts (-105)
Lamar Jackson OVER 16.5 passing completions (-130)
Since we are getting a low passing yards prop for Jackson (O/U 201.5), I’ll pivot to his passing completions prop. The superstar quarterback did not practice on Thursday due to an illness, but he should be on track to play on Sunday.
This season, Jackson has been efficient throwing the football, completing a career-high 68.3% of his passes on 27.8 attempts per game. The dual-threat quarterback has gone OVER 16.5 passing completions in nine out of 12 games this season.
Jackson will play the Rams’ defense on Sunday, which has allowed 21.2 opponent passing completions per game this season. Los Angeles has also allowed opposing QBs to go OVER 16.5 completions in eight consecutive games. Even without Mark Andrews, I still think Jackson hits the OVER.
Kyren Williams OVER 18.5 receiving yards (-115)
The second-year running back has not skipped a beat since returning from injury in Week 12 against the Arizona Cardinals. Williams has 316 scrimmage yards and three total touchdowns on 46 touches. Last week against the Browns, he had 88 rushing yards, a touchdown, and three receptions for 24 yards.
This season, the former Notre Dame running back has gone OVER 18.5 receiving yards in five out of eight games. He has a favorable matchup against the Ravens, who allow 33.2 receiving yards per game to RBs this season. Williams is averaging 2.8 receptions and 28.5 receiving yards per game on the road.
Gus Edwards OVER 9.5 rushing attempts (-105)
The last time we saw the Ravens in action, Edwards only had eight carries and played 27% of offensive snaps against the Chargers in Week 12. Meanwhile, rookie Keaton Mitchell received nine carries and played 46% of snaps. Mitchell was more productive than Edwards, but I’m not ready to give up on the Gus Bus yet.
The veteran running back will have a chance to redeem himself on Sunday against the Rams, who are allowing 26.8 rushing attempts per game this season. However, LA has been stout vs. the run over their last three games (76 rushing yards per game allowed). The former Rutgers RB has gone OVER 9.5 carries in nine out of 12 games this season.
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