CM – NFL Prop Betting: Mark Andrews will be feasting on Monday night

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While we’re still recovering and trying to find out what exactly happened on Sunday, the NFL is giving us another game on Monday night. The Baltimore Ravens travel to Las Vegas, where they are a 4-point favorite over the Raiders.

Much conversation in the preseason revolved around the Baltimore offensive. At the start of the offseason, it seemed like they were focused on improving their aerial pass attack. Well that might be a necessity after the standout running backs J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards suffer end-of-season injuries during training camp.

If Baltimore relies more on Lamar Jackson’s arm, who is most likely to benefit? Rookie selection for the first round Rahod Bateman is in the injured reserve. Deep offensive characters like Nick Boyle and Miles Boykin are also injured.

Mark Andrews has been the focus of Baltimore’s passing attack for the past two seasons, catching 122 balls for 1,553 yards and 17 touchdowns. Last season, the Las Vegas Raiders finished 30th in points allowed per game and 26th place in allowed yards. This is a potential smash spot for the narrow end of the Ravens. Here are two props I’d be looking at with Andrews.

Mark Andrews has scored 17 touchdowns in just 29 games in his last two seasons. In 2019, Andrews led the Ravens in touchdowns. In 2020 he finished second in the team. Andrews has been leading all tight ends in touchdowns since 2019.

In 2020 Andrews received 20 goals in the red zone, placing him in the top 15 of the league. I want him to touchdown at 120 tonight.

Andrews only went seven times over that total in 14 games last season, but the trend has been positive. Andrews scored 44 goals in the last six regular season games. He turned those 44 targets into 32 receptions, averaging 5.3 receptions per game.

We discussed earlier that the Ravens wanted to expand their passing attack this season, so any slight push is good news for Andrews. Plus, the running game in Baltimore is a huge question mark. How much can we honestly expect from TySon Williams? Is Baltimore ready to lead Lamar Jackson at the season opener with extreme frequency?

When you combine the opportunity and question marks in Baltimore’s offense with the defensive battles of the Raiders and Andrews’ talents, I think he is facing a big game. I would go over 4.5 receptions.

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