3 Best Prop Bets for Bengals vs Ravens Sunday Night Football Week 5

3 Best Prop Bets for Bengals vs Ravens Sunday Night Football Week 5


Week 5 of the 2022 NFL season includes a Sunday Night Football matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens. FanDuel Sportsbook projects a close affair, listing the Ravens as 3.5-point favorites at home.

Sunday Night Football Prop Bets

Here are three of the best prop bets for the Bengals vs. Ravens matchup, courtesy of NFL odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.

Bengals vs Ravens SNF Prop Bets Tonight

1. Mark Andrews - Receiving Yards: Over 69.5 (-114)

The Bengals' passing defense might be solid this year, but that doesn't mean that Ravens tight end Mark Andrews can't hit the over on this prop. For starters, Andrews destroyed the Bengals to the tune of 125 receiving yards on eight catches the last time he played them back in December 2021. Furthermore, Cincinnati is giving up the ninth-most receiving yards to tight ends so far this season. Considering how the 27-year-old veteran has been averaging nine targets and six catches through four games, he should see more than enough volume to hit the over.

2. Tee Higgins Any Time Touchdown (+150)

Tee Higgins has had an impressive start to the 2022 season, finding the end zone twice through four previous games. There's a good chance that he could find paydirt Sunday night due to the prior success that wideouts have had against Baltimore's secondary this year. The Ravens have already given up six touchdowns to wide receivers this year, with the only team allowing more being the Washington Commanders with seven. Not exactly great company to be around. Given that Higgins also scored two TDs in his last game against the Ravens, I could see him scoring again against his AFC North rival.

3. Lamar Jackson - Rushing Yards: Over 57.5 (-114)

The Bengals have only allowed 22 rushing yards to quarterbacks this season, but they have yet to face one with the running talents of Lamar Jackson. Not only does the mobile QB have the ninth-most rushing yards this season, but he's averaged a whopping 87.3 yards on the ground in six career starts against Cincinnati. If that wasn't convincing on its own, Jackson tallied 185 rushing yards in his last two games against the Bengals alone. He seems to always step up in these rivalries, making Jackson a good bet to hit the over on this prop.

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