Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers Week 17: Top Player Props
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Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards (35) carries past Atlanta Falcons linebacker DeAngelo Malone (51) during the second half of an NFL football game, Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)
Two bitter AFC North rivals square off on Sunday Night Football when the Ravens take on the Steelers. If you want to join in on the fun with some of the best games from the game, we’ve got some gamer props below that we love.
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Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8) at Baltimore Ravens (10-5)
- Placement: M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD
- Time: Sunday 25 December at 8:15 p.m. ET
- Channel: NBC
- MONEY LINE: BAL ML (-145), PIT ML (+122)
- SCATTERED: BAL -2.5
- ABOVE BELOW: 35
We broke down the game and gave our predictions too, so check it out.
JK Dobbins OVER 54.5 Rushing Yards
It’s been a long road back for Ravens running back JK Dobbins. After suffering a critical injury that kept him out for the entirety of last season, Dobbins has slowly returned to action over the past month. With three straight games over 54.5 rushing yards, including 120 against those Steelers in early December. I feel confident locking in the over for Dobbins.
Where to bet: You can get this at FanDuel right now for +114, so lock it in before the odds change.
George Pickens OVER 40.5 receiving yards
Going into the season, there was a lot of hype surrounding Steelers rookie George Pickens. The former Georgia Bulldog had put together an impressive final season in college and was ready to raise his game in the NFL. Pickens quickly surpassed Chase Claypool on the depth chart and has become a favorite target for rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett. Pickens has hit over 40.5 receiving yards in 4 of his last 5 games and that trend should continue Sunday night.
Where to bet: -114 on FanDuel
Mark Andrews’ first touchdown scorer
Touchdown scorers are always super risky and tend to ruin parlays. But if you’re looking to find a good value on a touchdown scorer, look no further than Mark Andrews. The Ravens’ tight end is one of the best in the NFL, but after a hot start to his season, he has fallen off in terms of tight end statistics. Andrews hasn’t caught a touchdown pass since Oct. 16, which means he’s overdue. Expect Tyler Huntley to rely on Andrews early and often in this tight game. Taking Mark to score the game’s first touchdown could be a huge payoff, given the value.
Where to bet: +1100 on FanDuel