- The Baltimore Ravens take on the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football of Week 12
- Nick Mangold went 1-1 on his Week 11 props, bringing his record on props to 13-9 (+2.60 units); he’s 18-15 overall (+5.19 units)
- See the former All-Pro’s best player props to bet for tonight’s game below
Did you miss my Week 12 pick for Sunday’s games? Even bettors take a bye during the season. And this one may have come at a good time with many upsets happening yesterday.
I didn’t want to miss the entire week of action, though. So I’m loaded up with my two favorite player props to bet for tonight’s Monday Night Football matchup, between the Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Rams, where the Ravens are as big as 4-point road favorites.
Prop #1: Lamar Jackson Rushing Yards
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Odds taken Nov. 25, 2019
Lamar Jackson is a star. And you know what they say: “stars always come out on Monday Night Football.”
The second-year QB is averaging 78.1 rushing yards per game in 2019 and he has rushed for at least 60 yards in seven straight games.
However, the Rams only allow 3.3 yards per carry, good for the second-best mark in the league. A lot of that is credited to Aaron Donald in the middle of the field.
With Donald controlling his gaps on the interior of the line of scrimmage, the Ravens are going to need Jackson’s speed to get to the outside and run away from the reigning NFL DPOY.
In what is expected to be a much closer game than what Baltimore has played the last two weeks, where Jackson only carried the ball 17 times combined, expect the Ravens to lean on their star QB’s legs early and often.
Prop #2: Cooper Kupp Receptions
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With Lamar Jackson scoring points for Baltimore, the Los Angeles Rams are going to need to take to the air more than the 18 times they threw it last week against the Bears.
Cooper Kupp has seen his numbers plummet over the last two weeks, as he’s only caught three passes for 53 yards, all of which came last week. Prior to LA’s Week 9 bye, Kupp exploded for 220 yards on seven receptions.
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The third-year WR was averaging 7.3 receptions per game in the Rams’ eight games before their bye, eclipsing five receptions in six of them.
With a little extra time to prepare for this one, I expect Sean McVay to get his team’s top receiver some extra targets coming off creative play designs.
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