Browns vs. Ravens best NFL prop bets for Week 10

Nov 5, 2023; Baltimore, Maryland, USA;  Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (89) runs with the
Nov 5, 2023; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (89) runs with the / Jessica Rapfogel-USA TODAY Sports

The Ravens and Browns meet in Baltimore meet on Sunday in a matchup that will help determine the top of the AFC North.

You can check out our full betting preview here, as well as the entire Week 10 slate, but this is going to focus on prop bets for Mark Andrews, Gus Edwards and Deshaun Watson as we hunt for betting value in a battle of the two best defenses in the NFL.

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Best Browns vs. Ravens Prop Bets for Week 10

  • Mark Andrews OVER 45.5 Receiving Yards
  • Gus Edwards UNDER 46.5 Rushing Yards
  • Deshaun Watson to Throw an Interception

Mark Andrews OVER 45.5 Receiving Yards

Andrews is always a good bet to fill the box score, he's averaging nearly 60 yards per game on about seven targets per contest. This number is rightfully lower as a sign of respect to the Browns league best defense that is tops in EPA/Play, but with the emergence of the Ravens passing game over the last three weeks -- scoring 30 or more in each of them, winning two of them by more than 30 -- it's hard not to expect a formidable showing from the hosts.

Andrews is Lamar Jackson's favorite target and this number doesn't match his target share, even if this becomes a defensive minded affair. While Deshaun Watson didn't play in the first game, Andrews caught all five of his targets for 80 yards.

Gus Edwards UNDER 46.5 Rushing Yards

I would've slotted Keaton Mitchell over rushing yards as my second prop for this game, but with the rookie landing on the injury report this week, I'll opt to go this route as I expect Mitchell to still figure into the game plan, but maybe not as much to go over his now inflated number.

Maybe it was game script dependent, but Edwards played a season low 18% of snaps last week, down from 52% the week before which was slightly above average. Justice Hill took 63% of snaps, and Mitchell cleaned up in garbage time, rushing for over 100 yards in his first shot at being a contributor.

I believe Edwards could continue to see a drop in snaps and thus a drop in production, so I'll fade him against the league's best rush defense.

Deshaun Watson to Throw an Interception

Watson has played in four full games this season and has three interceptions and five turnover worthy plays, per Pro Football Focus. The Browns quarterback has dropped off a cliff production wise and he has made a ton of questionable decisions in his limited action this season.

The Ravens are fifth in the NFL in interceptions with nine on the year, and I expect the defense to bait Watson into a mistake over the course of 60 minutes.

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