5 Cowboys vs Ravens Betting Lines & Prop Bets To Back Tuesday
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Playoff contenders currently on the outside looking in seek a critical victory on Tuesday Night Football, as Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens host Ezekiel Elliott and the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys (3-8) own the worst record in the NFC and yet are within striking distance to win the horrific NFC East. The Ravens (6-5) are far behind the Steelers and Browns in the AFC North but were only one game out of an AFC playoff berth going into Week 13.
The Cowboys are just 2-9 against the spread, but the Ravens haven’t covered as a favorite in four straight. Let’s take a look at some of the best wagers that fans of NFL betting should consider.
Cowboys vs Ravens Odds & Props To Back
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|Highest Scoring Quarter – 2nd||+16-|
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|First Half – Over 22.5||-115|
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|Ezekiel Elliott – 75+ Yards & TD||+175|
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We’re assuming Lamar Jackson will suit up and are OK laying the big number on a game where the number should be closer to -10. Dallas’ defense has allowed more rushing yards than any team in the NFL; this couldn’t be a worse matchup. The Ravens can get after the QB, and that’s not good news for a skittish Andy Dalton and porous Cowboys O-line. We locked it in at -8 with BetMGM.
Cowboys-Ravens Over 45
If the Ravens are at full strength and stick to the run game, they might gain 250 yards on the ground – and score a lot of points in the process. Dallas’ strengths clearly lie on the offense side. The Cowboys are more likely to win a shootout than a grinder. We grabbed over 45 at Unibet.
Highest Scoring Quarter – 2nd
The Cowboys and Ravens have combined this season for 17.5 ppg in the second quarter – 4.5 more than any other quarter and more than a TD over the first and third quarters. They also allow a combined 16.2 ppg. It’s consistently been 15 minutes of offense for the teams and their opponents. Back the second quarter prop over at PointsBet.
First Half – Over 22.5
Both teams have consistently come out hot on offense. Baltimore has also brought it on defense, but to say Dallas has not is an understatement. The Cowboys are allowing a massive 18.1 ppg in the opening 30 minutes. Combined, these teams score 27.9 ppg in the first half, 6.2 more than their second halves. Find the best odds for this prop at SugarHouse.
Ezekiel Elliott – 75+ Yards & TD
With more fumbles (6) than TDs (5), this has not been Elliott’s season. His yards per carry has been dismal, too. But the team remains more successful when he gets more carries. The Ravens have allowed just 15 pass TDs but 11 on the ground. Look for Zeke to get fed, as Baltimore is only 2-3 when allowing 115 rush yards or more.Back Zeke with the two-pronged props at FOX Bet.