We're all aboard the Lamar Jackson to Mark Andrews Express as we ride into NFL Divisional weekend with a look at the best Titans Ravens props.
Despite facing a slow-paced Titans offense which will attempt to shorten this game with repeated doses of Derrick Henry, the Ravens come in with a hefty implied point total of 29 to go along with their 33.2 average points per game, by far the most in the league.
Despite any potential pace concerns from the opposing offense, we're still expecting the Ravens to pour on the points -- and unlike some of their regular-season contests, this year, they'll keep the pedal down and their starters on the field for all four quarters.
After pouring through some of the opening lines on Wednesday, we only see one prop play we like so far on Mark Andrews. We'll update this piece and alert our subscribers on Slack and Twitter if we find a second play worth releasing later in the week.
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Ravens TE Mark Andrews
Fighting nagging injuries for much of the season, Andrews looked awfully spry the last time we saw him in action, putting up 93 yards on 9 targets against the Browns all the way back in Week 16.
He'll be fresh and rested after two weeks off and drops into a juicy draw versus the Titans, who've allowed:
- The seventh-most receiving yards to TEs during the regular season (57.3/game)
- 11th-most receptions (5/game)
- Ninth-most yards per reception (11.5)
Then in last week's Wild Card game, 39-year old Ben Watson rumbled his way to 38 yards on 4 targets against these Titans, taking advantage of the early loss of Tennessee's best coverage linebacker, Jayon Brown (shoulder).
Brown didn't practice on Tuesday, and his absence would raise the potential ceiling on Andrews.
The emerging stud TE leads the Ravens targets, target share, receptions, yards, air yards, and yards after the catch, all by a large margin.
Andrew's 1,035 air yards are third among all TEs, trailing only Travis Kelce and Zach Ertz.
Granted, despite his sturdy 56.8 average on the year, his production has been a bit of a rollercoaster, but keep a few things in mind:
- He was battling several injuries and is now likely the healthiest he's been in months
- He sat out the 4th quarters of a few blowout games, along with several other starters, dragging these numbers down
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