On Sunday (10/15/23), the Baltimore Ravens face the Tennessee Titans in London. In this article, find a breakdown of some player prop bets to consider for this game featuring Zay Flowers, Derrick Henry, and Gus Edwards.
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We get another London NFL game on Sunday morning, and the matchup is an interesting one between AFC foes in the Ravens and Titans. Both teams are playoff hopefuls needing a win here. Let’s take a look at some player prop options to see if we can add some excitement to the game. Make sure you use the player prop search tool above to get the best odds for the prop you choose. Let’s get to work.
Zay Flowers Over 58.5 Receiving Yards (-114 FanDuel)
The Ravens’ rookie wideout Zay Flowers is continuing to emerge as a big time player, and he’s coming off a 73-yard performance despite dropping two passes, his first drops of the season. He’s starting to see deeper targets as his 16.7-yard aDOT last week was his highest of the season. He also saw four targets 20+ yards downfield.
The Titans have allowed the 10th-most passing yards per game and are ranked 28th in pass defense success rate. Lamar Jackson should have plenty of success throwing the ball in this game, and Flowers leads the team with 40 targets. Flowers could put on a show in this early morning game.
I like this up to 60.5, and you can consider playing some alternate lines, as well. As I’m writing this, FanDuel is offering nearly 2-1 value on Flowers to have 80+ receiving yards, and you can ladder all the way to 100+ yards at +390 value.
DeAndre Hopkins Over 56.5 Receiving Yards (-114 FanDuel)
DeAndre Hopkins is Ryan Tannehill’s new best friend, and he’s hyper-targeted the former All Pro wideout. Hopkins ranks seventh in the NFL with a 28.5% target share, and with Treylon Burks out, the Titans don’t have many other high-level wide receivers to steal targets from Hopkins.
The Ravens rank 26th in pressure rate this season despite ranking 11th in blitz rate, and it doesn’t help that edge rushers David Ojabo, Odafe Oweh, and Tyus Bowser are all out this week. I expect Tannehill to have a clean pocket and plenty of time to deliver accurate downfield strikes to Hopkins.
You can also get Hopkins to score a touchdown at +210 on FanDuel, which feels like tremendous value. Hopkins has yet to score a touchdown this season, but he has six red zone targets, and I’d be surprised if he goes scoreless all year.
Gus Edwards Under 41.5 Rushing Yards (-115 BetMGM)
Gus Edwards is currently the Ravens’ leading running back with 241 rushing yards, but Justice Hill seems poised to eat into his workload. Across Hill’s last three games, he’s running for over 5 YPC, while Edwards is at just 4.3 YPC for the season.
Regardless of how much work Hill takes from Edwards in this game, it’s not a good matchup for either player. The Titans rank top ten in run defense DVOA and success rate allowed on the ground. The Ravens will likely look to throw the ball at a higher rate as most teams do against Tennessee, whose pass defense isn’t nearly as good.
Edwards has been over this number in each of his last four games, but this is a very tough matchup and I’m willing to fade him here. He likely needs 10+ carries to hit the over here, and I don’t see him getting that type of volume.