Vikings vs. Ravens NFL Player Prop Bets: Public Eyeing Lamar Jackson’s Passing Total, More
Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images. Pictured: Lamar Jackson
Sunday’s Minnesota Vikings-Baltimore Ravens contest could be an underrated one on the Week 9 docket.
The total’s been pushed up from open and the non-conference tilt features plenty of explosive offensive weapons.
Hence, there’s no surprise to see bettors loading up on these three overs at PointsBet with kick-off swiftly approaching.
Vikings vs. Ravens Most Popular Player Props
- Lamar Jackson to record 200+ passing yards (-400)
- Dalvin Cook to record 75+ rushing yards (-140)
- Mark Andrews to record 50+ receiving yards (-200)
Jackson has made huge strides as a passer, a knock on his game coming out of Louisville.
After registering 183.8 yards through the air per contest last season, he’s averaging 277.6 in 2021.
Jackson — whose standard passing total for Sunday is 249.5 — has thrown for at least 200 yards in six of seven games this season.
Minnesota’s secondary allows 258.7 passing yards per game on the road, as opposed to 236.8 at home.
Cook, meanwhile, is on pace to tie his career low in yards per carry (4.5). He barely surpassed this total in last week’s 78-yard performance against the Cowboys.
The star back draws a Ravens front seven that’s been middle of the pack through the midway point, ranking 15th in DVOA rush defense.
Andrews, meanwhile, is heating up following a sluggish start.
He’s seen at least seven targets in four of his last five, with more than 50 yards in five of the last six.
Andrews’ 516 yards is second in football at his position, while he’s first among tight ends in dominator rating (28.1%) and deep targets (eight).