Best NFL Prop Bets for Seahawks vs. Ravens in Week 9

Handing out the best player props to wager on for Sunday's Week 9 matchup between the Seahawks and the Ravens.

Oct 29, 2023; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) looks to pass
Oct 29, 2023; Glendale, Arizona, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) looks to pass / Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

The Seattle Seahawks will take the cross-country journey on Sunday to play the Baltimore Ravens. This game has a ton of star power, as bettors can put down wagers on D.K. Metcalf, Lamar Jackson, Mark Andrews, etc.

Heading into this week’s matchup, I found two Ravens props that are worth betting on and a Seahawks prop that involves one of their young offensive stars.

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Best NFL Prop Bets for Seahawks vs. Ravens in Week 9

  • Lamar Jackson OVER 20.5 completions
  • Kenneth Walker OVER 13.5 carries
  • Mark Andrews OVER 48.5 receiving yards

Lamar Jackson OVER 20.5 completions

Lamar Jackson doesn’t have the gaudiest stat line this season, but he’s been playing efficient football, which is good enough for the Ravens. The star quarterback is completing a career-high 70.5% of his passes for 1,767 yards, nine touchdowns, and three interceptions. Jackson will try to keep it going against the Seahawks’ pass defense.

Seattle’s defense is ranked 11th in yards per game allowed (234.3) and letting quarterbacks complete 65 percent of their passes.

Over their last three games, Seattle’s pass defense has been stellar (59.41% completion percentage), but they’ve faced PJ Walker and Josh Dobbs. Jackson is better than both QBs and has the weapons to stack up the completions. He has gone over 20.5 completions in five out of eight games this season.

Kenneth Walker III OVER 13.5 carries

For the Seahawks to walk away with the win on Sunday, they’ll need a lot of Kenneth Walker carries to keep the Ravens’ defense honest. Baltimore has a solid run defense this season, which allows 99.9 rushing yards per game (12th in the NFL). 

This season, the second-year running back has 516 yards on 117 carries and six touchdowns. Walker is averaging 16.7 rushing attempts per game this season – a noticeable increase from his rookie season (15.2).

The former Michigan standout only had eight carries in last week’s win over the Browns, but bettors shouldn’t be discouraged from taking the over. He’s gone over 13.5 carries in five out of seven games this season.

Mark Andrews OVER 48.5 receiving yards

For our last player prop, I’ll take a chance on Andrews’ receiving yards prop. This season, the Seahawks’ defense is ranked 21st in DVOA against tight ends and has allowed 52.9 yards per game to the position, according to

Meanwhile, Andrews is averaging 56.7 receiving yards per game this season and has gone over 48.5 receiving yards in four out of seven games. Bettors might be hesitant to take the over due to the Seahawks’ LBs and safeties, but Andrews is one of Jackson’s favorite weapons. He’ll get his targets and hopefully go over his receiving yards prop.

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