Primetime NFL football is designed for player accessories!
Unlike early games, it’s the only one we’ll all watch, so our eyes will be on our TVs for the 3+ hours it’s on. Who wants to have only one bet on these games?
Give me as much (responsibly) action as I can get on a game.
This evening’s edition of Sunday Night Football is going to be good. The Kansas City Chiefs will face the Baltimore Ravens in a battle between two of the AFC’s top teams.
The Ravens are seen as 3.5-point underdogs at WynnBET as they try to bounce back from a tough overtime loss to the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday night. The total for the game is set at a high number of 54.
But with that out of the way, let’s move on to my three favorite gamer accessories for the big game.
I would advise you to get the upper hand over one of the Ravens rushing in total tonight. I chose to bet on Lamar Jackson since we don’t know exactly how the races will be split between Ty’Son Williams and Latavius ââMurray. What we do know is that Jackson is going to throw the ball quite a bit. He led the Ravens in races last week with 12.
Despite the win over the Cleveland Browns, the Chiefs allowed 5.9 yards per rushing. It was the highest score in the NFL next to the Atlanta Falcons at 5.6.
The Chiefs are better off hoping that number was an anomaly, as they now face the best rushed offense in all of football. I think Lamar is doing it with his feet tonight, so I’m going to take the 70.5 rushing yards at -125.
Just as the Chiefs gave up the most yards per carry in Week 1, the Ravens gave up the most yards in the air, allowing the Raiders to amass 409 passing yards. That leaves us with no choice but to tone down their passing defense and take over 92.5 receiving yards for Chiefs top receiver Tyreek Hill.
Hill had 11 catches for 197 yards in their Week 1 game against the Browns, so he’s clearly Patrick Mahomes’ favorite target once again. I expect him to pass the 100 yard mark again tonight.
We might not know how the Ravens plan to split the carriers between their running backs tonight, but if last week was any indication, Latavius ââMurray should get his fair share of stares on the goal line.
Murray scored on an 8-yard run against the Raiders last week, and it looked like the Ravens picked him more than Williams as they approached the end zone. This makes sense, as passing the ball through the goal line takes a bit more experience than running the ball into midfield, so going for the veteran’s return seems like a smart move.
I think there is a lot of value on this prop at +175.
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