Miami Dolphins vs. Baltimore Ravens NFL Player Props & Picks (9/18/22)

Lamar Jackson takes on the Dolphins at home. Get the latest Dolphins Vs. Ravens player prop odds and picks for the 9/18/22 matchup.

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Miami Dolphins vs. Baltimore Ravens Player Prop Picks

This Sunday features an interesting matchup between potential playoff teams as the Miami Dolphins take on the Baltimore Ravens, with plenty of different prop bets available across online sportsbooks. Both teams have headed into the season with a decent amount of hype, with the Miami Dolphins acquiring star wide receiver Tyreek Hill and the Ravens healed up after having such bad injury luck last year. Here are some player props I’m liking for this upcoming game at M&T Bank Stadium.

Lamar Jackson Under 53.5 Rush Yards

Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson relies on his legs quite a bit, and it’s one of the reasons he’s become such a major offensive weapon in this league. However, some teams are able to shut him down, which seriously holds the offense back. Such was the case last season, when the Dolphins held Jackson to just 39 yards on the ground in a 22-10 victory. And with a Miami defense that just held the entire New England Patriots offense to only 78 yards rushing, I’m expecting them to be ready for Jackson to take off.

Tyreek Hill Over 70.5 Receiving Yards

From a value point alone, I absolutely love this number. Hill made his Miami debut last Sunday, hauling in eight catches for 92 yards and a touchdown. Over the past two seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, the talented receiver averaged 114 yards per game. And while he doesn’t have Patrick Mahomes throwing to him anymore, he’s got the ability to rack up yards no matter who’s throwing him the ball. While I would usually have some concerns about him facing off against a talented Baltimore secondary featuring CBs, both Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters are dealing with injuries heading into the matchup.

Mark Andrews Over 5.5 Receptions

With the departure of WR Marquise Brown in the offseason, the fact that Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews is now the team’s top target became more apparent. Andrews has had an excellent career with the Ravens so far, with last season’s 1,361 yards and nine touchdowns being the highlight. The Miami Dolphins have a talented secondary featuring CB Xavien Howard and S Jevon Holland that should be able to limit Baltimore’s wide receivers. This should open up Andrews, allowing him to go over his reception total of 5.5. Andrews averaged 6.2 catches per game last season, and I don’t see any reason he’d go under this Sunday.

Jaylen Waddle Anytime TD Scorer

While Tyreek Hill gets all the attention, let’s not forget that WR Jaylen Waddle flashed some serious talent as a rookie last year. The receiver out of Alabama finished the year with 104 catches for 1,015 yards and six scores. I believe this year, with a more experienced Tua Tagovailoa and Hill taking the pressure off, Waddle will have plenty of opportunities to reach the end zone. Tagovailoa already found Waddle for a 42-yard score last week against the Patriots, and while it might not be another highlight-reel TD like that, I believe the two will connect for a touchdown as Baltimore attempts to keep up with Miami’s collection of weapons.

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