Ravens vs. Titans best NFL prop bets for Week 6

The Ravens passing game with have a huge week over in London against the Titans after a case of the drops last week.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8)
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) / Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

John Harbaugh had his Baltimore Ravens leave early to get over to London for their game against the Tennessee Titans and Mike Vrabel didn’t have his team leave until Thursday after practice. The Ravens are already favored, but their travel plans might give them an even bigger edge. 

As long as Lamar Jackson’s receivers can hang onto the ball this week, the Ravens should get a win at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. I’ll back the Baltimore receivers and passing game with my prop bets for Sunday morning. 

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Best NFL prop bets for Ravens vs. Titans

  • Lamar Jackson over 19.5 completions
  • Zay Flowers over 4.5 receptions
  • Nelson Agholor long reception over 12.5 yards

Lamar Jackson over 19.5 completions

Last week, the numbers weren’t very pretty for Lamar, 22-38 for 236 yards with one interception, but he was great against the Steelers. The Ravens receivers had seven drops and a lot of them on big play, two that were sure touchdowns. Baltimore should have easily won and Jackson should have had nearly 30 completions for well over 300 yards. 

This week, the Ravens are against one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL. The Titans allow the fifth highest completion percentage of any defense in the league and have allowed 23.4 completions per game. 

Zay Flowers over 4.5 receptions

Flowers was the opposite of Jackson. The numbers looked okay last week, five catches for 73 yards, but it was a forgettable performance. Flowers had a huge drop on a big play over the middle and didn’t seem fully prepared for his first Ravens-Steelers experience. Yet, he was still Jackson’s No. 1 receiver and he leads the team in both catches and targets. Jackson won’t lose trust in his star rookie. 

Nelson Agholor long reception over 12.5 yards

Agholor shot past the Steelers secondary last week and dropped a walk-in 41-yard touchdown. That’s the story of his career, so it’s not a huge surprise, but I also don’t think the Ravens will go away from him. Agholor is third on the team in catches and yards and leads all Baltimore receivers averaging 12.1 yards per reception. 

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