5 Ravens-LA Rams Prop Bets & Betting Lines To Back On MNF
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Lamar Jackson and the red-hot Baltimore Ravens, winners of six straight, head west to face Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams in an intriguing Monday Night Football matchup for Week 12 of the 2019 NFL season.
The Ravens (8-2) have covered four in a row, all emphatically, while the Rams (6-4) are on an 11-4 ATS run overall.
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Let’s take a look at some of the best bets fans of NFL betting should consider:
Ravens-Rams Best BetsPick Expired
OTHER BETS TO BACK
- First Quarter | Ravens -0.5 -118 (DraftKings)
- Most Punts | Rams +101 (William Hill)
- Halftime/Fulltime | Ravens/Ravens +115 (FanDuel)
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PICK 1: Ravens -3
No team is hotter than the Ravens, to the point they haven’t been challenged in a month. Their last four wins have all been by at least two TDs, with victims including the Seahawks, Patriots and Texans.
The Rams are coming off back-to-back dogfights with the Steelers and Bears, losing to Pittsburgh. Lamar Jackson might be held in check to an extent, but the Rams have been held to 20 points or loss in three of their last five games, the exceptions being against the Falcons and Bengals.
PICK 2: Under 46 Points
Only one of the last five Rams games have totaled more than 34 points. The Ravens’ top-scoring offense will certainly challenge the L.A. defense, but the Rams’ strength has been their ability to stop the run. The Rams have allowed a league-low 45 rushing yards to opposing QBs. Baltimore shouldn’t run as wild as it usually does. The Ravens haven’t allowed more than 20 points in a game in five weeks.
PICK 3: First Quarter – Ravens -0.5
The Ravens have won six in a row, and in all but one instance they’ve led at the end of the first quarter (the sixth was a scoreless tie). They haven’t allowed a single point in the opening 15 minutes in four weeks and overall during this run have outscored the opposition 51-14. The Rams are averaging a scant 3.2 ppg in the first quarter, while allowing 3.1.
PICK 4: Most Punts – Rams
No team has punted fewer time this season than the Ravens, averaging a crazy-low 2.1 punts per game all season. Not only has punter Sam Koch not kicked more than three times in any game, he’s only punted three times the last three games combined. The Rams average 4.0 punts per game.
PICK 5: Halftime/Fulltime – Ravens/Ravens
The Ravens get off to hot starts and haven’t let up en route to six wins a in row. If the Rams get behind and Goff is forced to make plays downfield, he’ll make a few – but likely for each side.