The Baltimore Ravens are looking to move to 3-0 in the 2023 season, and they’re sizable favorites against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3.
Baltimore spreads the ball around on offense, but I have two Ravens (and one Colt) that I think are great bets to score in Week 3.
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Let’s break them down:
Best anytime touchdown scorer picks for Colts vs. Ravens
- Gus Edwards (-120)
- Mark Andrews (+105)
- Zack Moss (+155)
Gus Edwards anytime touchdown scorer
If there was any question about who is the most effective back in the Ravens’ backfield, Gus Edwards may have answered the call in Week 2.
Even though he split carries with Justice Hill, Edwards looked great in his touches, rushing 10 times for 62 yards and score.
I think he remains the goal-line back in Week 3, and I’ll gladly take him to score for this high-powered Ravens offense.
Mark Andrews anytime touchdown scorer
Mark Andrews missed Week 1 of the season, but he returned with a bang in Week 2 for Baltimore.
The star tight end had five catches for 45 yards and a touchdown, leading the Ravens to an upset win over the Cincinnati Bengals. I think Andrews is a value any time he is plus money to score this season.
Last season, Andrews scored all five of his touchdowns in the first six weeks of the season while both he and Lamar Jackson were still healthy. We know Lamar is going to look his way in the red zone, so why not take him to score again in Week 3?
Zack Moss anytime touchdown scorer
After missing Week 1 with an arm injury, Zack Moss returned in Week 2 and had a big game in the win over the Houston Texans. If there’s a Colt to pick to find the end zone this week, it’s him.
The Colts running back carried the ball 18 times for 88 yards and a score, adding four catches for 19 yards through the air as well.
If Anthony Richardson (concussion) is out, Moss becomes the best option for the Colts on the ground in the red zone, and I think he can find the end zone in this game.
The Ravens have a solid defense, but Indy has been able to move the ball on the ground with Richardson and Moss in the first two weeks.
I’d trust the Colts to slow the game down to attempt to stay in this one.
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