Week 10 features a matchup between the two-win Miami Dolphins and one of the top dogs in the AFC, the Baltimore Ravens.
The Ravens are coming off an overtime thriller at home to the Minnesota Vikings, while the Dolphins are coming off their second win of the season to the Houston Texans.
Let’s dive into the game prop bets for Thursday Night Football.
Please note that all odds and lines are current as of 11:00 a.m. ET on Wednesday, November 10.
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Ravens vs. Dolphins Prop Bets: NFL Week 10 Prop Betting Picks
Lamar Jackson Passing Yards Over 229.5 (-110) at Caesars
Wager: 2 Units
Lamar Jackson is one of the game’s best quarterbacks, and while he’s known for his running, he’s beaten this over in every game but one this season, which was against the third-ranked Los Angeles Chargers pass defense.
This week, Jackson will go against the 30th-ranked pass defense in Miami while averaging a career-high 276.1 passing yards per game.
The over quite simply feels like a no-brainer here, and while certainly anything can happen on Thursday Night Football, it would be hard to imagine Jackson struggling against one of the league’s worst teams, even if he is on the road.
On top of this, Jackson has also shown the ability to lead his team back from deficits against teams such as the Indianapolis Colts, Kansas City Chiefs, and Vikings. In addition to this, he’s averaging a career-high 12.8 yards per completion.
This is an easy one. Hit the over.
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Marquise Brown Over 56.5 Total Receiving Yards (-135) at Caesars
Wager: 1 Unit
This is another easy one for me. Marquise Brown is Lamar Jackson’s favorite receiver and his go-to deep threat option. Brown has beaten this over six times this season.
Again, like Jackson, Brown will be the go-to receiving option versus the poor Dolphins secondary giving up the 30th-most passing yards per game.
Brown’s yards after the catch and deep threat ability will make him a threat to go over the over on any play.
With Brown’s targets hovering around double-digits the last two games, I am confident in taking this bet on the over.
Ravens -4 First Half (-105) at Caesars
Wager: 1 Unit
These bets can be tricky, especially when the Ravens, who I am telling you to go for here, are one of the worst first-quarter scoring offenses, and surprisingly, Miami is indeed better on a points per game basis.
However, the Ravens are one of the best second-quarter offenses in football, averaging 9.2 points per second quarter to the Dolphins’ last place 2.4 per second quarter.
If you do the math, the Ravens average 12.2 points per first half while the Dolphins average 8.6. I expect this game to potentially be a blowout, and I think the Ravens come out of the gate stronger than most games to start. I think the Ravens leading at the half by a score of 13-3 is very likely and would be an easy win.
Double Result Ravens/Ravens (-160) at Caesars
Wager: 1.25 Units
As you can see, I think Baltimore dominates the Dolphins in this game. There’s no reason for me to believe the Dolphins win this game or look any good versus one of the conference’s best teams.
Miami could barely beat the Texans at home and only ended up winning by one score after failing to generate any scoring off of three Tyrod Taylor interceptions last week.
I expect the Ravens to dominate both halves in this one, which is why I am betting the Ravens to have the lead all game long.