In an AFC North clash with both playoff and division crown consequences, the Baltimore Ravens (8-4) head to Ohio to take on the Cleveland Browns (6-6).
The Ravens have had a very strange season in that they’ve looked like the cream of the crop in the AFC at times, but have also almost lost to the Lions and Bears.
The Browns have had a similarly strange season, losing five of their last eight after starting at 3-1.
Let’s dive in to find the best Browns vs Ravens prop bets for this weekend’s AFC North battle.
Please note that all NFL gameday odds and lines are current as of 2:00 p.m. ET on Friday, December 10.
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Devonta Freeman: Over 11.5 Total Rushing Attempts (-135) at Caesars
The Ravens backfield has been akin to a revolving door since the beginning of training camp, but they seem to have settled on Devonta Freeman after going through no less than five other options.
While Freeman isn’t exactly a workhorse back at this point in his career, he’s still seeing the bulk of the backfield carries and has topped this total in four of his past five games.
Freeman is now averaging just over 15 carries per game in his last three outings and should be able to take us to the promised land on this prop.
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Mark Andrews: Over 4.5 Total Receptions (-130) at Caesars
I’ll be honest in saying the reception consistency hasn’t been there for Mark Andrews, but it’s worth noting he’s seen no less than eight targets in each of his last five games. Additionally he’s seen double-digit targets in three of those games.
That target volume has only translated into 5.4 receptions over those five games, so we’re cutting it a little close here. However, Andrews should see some positive regression in terms of receptions.
His last two games have been a bit of an anomaly in that he’s only caught four receptions in each game while seeing nine and 10 targets in those two games, respectively.
Jarvis Landry: Over 56.5 Total Receiving Yards (-105) at Caesars
Jarvis Landry has had a strange season so far.
Injuries, combined with the loss of Odell Beckham Jr., have produced a very straight week-to-week stat line for Landry. He’s really the only good pass-catching option the Browns have at this point.
While he failed to top 56.5 total yards combined in Weeks 10 and 11, he’s coming off a six-catch, 111 yard performance in his last game before the Browns’ bye.
Landry is by no means a lock for this prop in the Browns Jekyll and Hyde offense, but he’s seeing enough targets to get it done. Back Landry with your NFL bet of the day.