The Baltimore Ravens and Detroit Lions will face-off in a battle between two dark horse contenders in their respective conferences.
It's a big game for both teams and if you want to find out the betting odds for the game, as well as my best bet, you can check out my full betting preview for the game here.
In this article, we're talking player prop bets. I have three props locked in for this interconference showdown and if you want to join me on these, be sure to click the link below to sign up for an account at DraftKings Sportsbook. For a limited time, new users will receive $200 in bonus bets and plenty of sweat-free same-game parlays when they place their first $5 bet!
Best prop bets for Lions vs. Ravens
- Lamar Jackson OVER 215.5 passing yards (-103)
- Jared Goff UNDER 243.5 passing yards (-127)
- Mark Andrews OVER 4.5 receptions (-102)
Lamar Jackson OVER 215.5 passing yards (-103)
Lamar Jackson has gone over 215.5 passing yards in three of his six games this season, and now he gets to face a banged-up Lions secondary.
The Lions' numbers haven't looked too bad, but they've faced four of the worst passing teams in a row in the Falcons, Packers, Panthers, and Buccaneers. The last time they faced a team that could throw the ball was the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2. In that game, Geno Smith completed 32-of-41 passes for 328 yards.
While I don't expect that level of passing performance by Jackson, I think he can soar over 215.5 yards on Sunday.
Jared Goff UNDER 243.5 passing yards (-127)
Jared Goff and the Detroit Lions has a tough matchup infront of them in on Sunday. The Ravens allow just 4.5 yards per throw this season, which is the best mark in the entire NFL. As a whole, they're allowing just 163.2 passing yards per game.
Despite that, Goff's passing total is 80 yards higher at 243.5. He's having a great season, there's no denying that, but his passing yards total is extremely inflated in his toughest game to date. I'm all over the UNDER on his passing yards.
Mark Andrews OVER 4.5 receptions (-102)
Mark Andrews has seen at least five targets in every game he's played in this week. He's also hauled in at least five receptions in three of those five games. If they Ravens can attack the Lions' secondary, which I expect them to, Andrews is going to play a key role.
Expect him to have a big game on Sunday.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
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