Bengals vs Ravens Player Props: Lamar Jackson, Mark Andrews, Tanner Hudson
Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images. Pictured: Lamar Jackson.
Bengals vs Ravens Player Props
In the table below, you'll find each of Sam Farley's Bengals vs. Ravens player props for Bengals vs. Ravens on Thursday Night Football. Click on any pick or team logo to navigate to a specific TNF bet discussed in this article.
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Bengals vs. Ravens
There’s been a lot of talk in the buildup to Thursday Night Football about the potential for a Mark Andrews spike game.
We’ve seen the Bengals struggle with tight ends over the last three weeks — 149 yards for George Kittle, 81 for Dalton Kincaid and 71 for Dalton Schultz. Opposing tight ends average 67 yards per game against Cincy, which is well above Andrews' line of 53.5 (57.5 at some books).
But I’m not interested in Andrews' receiving yards — I think you can find better value backing over 4.5 receptions instead at +110. The Bengals have allowed 55 receptions to tight ends in nine games, averaging 6.1 per game.
With Andrews being targeted an average of 6.5 times per game, I think he can haul in at least five passes, just as he did when these teams met in Week 2.
Pick: Mark Andrews Over 4.5 Receptions (+110)
Bengals vs. Ravens
Another tight end, another over on receptions. This time, I'm going with Bengals TE3 Tanner Hudson.
In his last two games, Hudson has 10 receptions (12 targets) for 78 yards. Irv Smith Jr. has just four receptions (five targets) for 32 yards in those same games. Simply put, Hudson has outplayed Smith and has also been on the field for more snaps. You’re getting good value with the market still projecting Smith as the team’s primary pass-catching TE.
Drew Sample sits atop the Bengals' tight end depth chart, but he's known more for his blocking ability.
Pick: Tanner Hudson Over 2.5 Receptions (+100)
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Bengals vs. Ravens
Lamar Jackson has five rushing touchdowns in 10 games yet his odds for an anytime touchdown are +190, which implies a 34.5% chance that he scores. While those touchdowns are confined to just three games, I still think there's big-time value here.
Only two teams have allowed more rushing yards per game than the Bengals — the Jets and Broncos. With Cincinnati allowing an average of 136.2 rushing yards per game, you’ve got to imagine there is a high chance Jackson will run when Baltimore is in the red zone.
Pick: Lamar Jackson Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+170)
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