The Denver Broncos prepare to travel in order to face off with the Baltimore Ravens. Baltimore is aiming to bounce back off a heartbreaking loss while the Broncos just look for anything positive to take away from the matchup.
There are a lot of NFL betting odds showing in the props market that could be interesting to keep an eye on. Let’s take a closer look at the best options for those who bet online.
Let’s check the latest NFL odds, stats, injury reports, and NFL lines for Broncos vs Ravens. We’ve plenty of Vegas NFL odds and NFL week 13 picks for you to consider.
Odds: Broncos vs Ravens Props
- Lamar Jackson Total Rushing Yards, O/U 61.5
- Russell Wilson Total Passing Yards, O/U 220.5
- Latavius Murray Total Rushing Yards, O/U 53.5
Lamar Jackson Total Rushing Yards, O/U 62.5
It’s not surprising to see a solid Lamar Jackson rushing prop bet on the board. After all, he’s one of the most mobile and elusive quarterbacks that the game has to offer.
In every single game, he’s played this season, the Ravens have seen him use his legs. That’s why his prop is set at 62.5 rushing yards in the sportsbook. The star signal-caller has broken this 62.5-yard mark in two out of Raven’s last three games now.
He’s starting to run the football more and more whenever the offense doesn’t get hot through the air. This is a tough Denver Broncos defense, which is why it makes Jackson tucking and running all the more likely.
Their passing game isn’t going to be hot, and Jackson will be forced to simply make things up on the fly in the backfield. Games like this usually result in a high total of rushing yards.
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Russell Wilson Total Passing Yards, O/U 220.5
It’s hard to know where to begin with Russell Wilson. He was supposed to be the savior of the Broncos, the quarterback that would take them into Super Bowl contention.
Now, there are whispers that the team could consider cutting him in the offseason.
The prop is currently sitting at 220.5 total passing yards against a solid Ravens defense. He’s been able to pass that mark in three out of his past four games.
However, none of them have been by much. Those last four games have gone as followed: 142, 247, 286, and 252 passing yards. It’s looking likely that Wilson will be able to hit the over and at the very least get over that 220-yard mark.
Especially if the team is losing down the stretch of the game, forcing more passing situations. Go over with your NFL picks.
Latavius Murray Total Rushing Yards, O/U 54.5
Latavius Murray has been a big help for the Broncos since he was acquired back in the middle of October. The only problem is that he’s primarily used as a goal-line threat.
He’s getting an awful lot of work but the yardage usually isn’t there. He’s only passed the 54-yard rushing total once in the six games that he’s played with Denver.
That came last week against the Carolina Panthers when he ripped off a 52-yard run early in the game. If you take away that rush, he once again misses the 54.5-yard mark.
He’s going to see around 10 carries in this game and maybe score a touchdown, but it doesn’t look likely that he’ll be a 54.5-plus yard rusher. Not with the way that the Bronco’s offense is playing right now.
The odds and predictions in the article are based on the time of writing and publication. They may differ as to when the actual event takes place.