The Baltimore Ravens travel to Sin City to face the Las Vegas Raiders for a Monday Night Football clash. With only the Ravens and Raiders playing tonight, there is a limited number of props to choose from. Rather than traditional DFS, No House Advantage brings gamers a different twist. The NHA platform offers props for various players at different point levels. The optimal way to go about winning prop bets is by utilizing the Awesemo Player Props tool to find the biggest discrepancy between the No House Advantage prop and the tool itself. For the Monday Night Football game, let’s go over some NFL DFS advice and dive into some of the No House Advantage prop picks.
No House Advantage: Week 1 Monday Night Football Picks
7 Points: Lamar Jackson Over 60.5 Yards Rushing
Jackson is projected to rush for 65.9 yards. This seems like a pretty solid pick, as Jackson is willing to take off at any moment, whether on designed runs or improvisation. He has averaged 10 carries per game for his career, racked up 67 yards on the ground a game last year and over 2,900 yards total for his career.
6 Points: Derek Carr Under 254.5 Yards Passing
Carr is projected to throw for 243.6 yards. He has a tough matchup against a Ravens defense that is expected to be ranked in the top 10 in the league, and the Raiders are expected to run the ball around 45% of their offensive snaps. Baltimore likes to get after the quarterback, and they are sure tacklers in the open field.
5 Points: Mark Andrews Under 4.5 Receptions
Andrews is projected to have 4.3 catches, and he is by far the Ravens’ most reliable receiver. However, with the Ravens focused on running the ball and Baltimore using two-tight-end sets, Andrews’ pass-catching role could be somewhat limited.
4 Points: Josh Jacobs Over 60.5 Yards Rushing
Jacobs is projected to accumulate 63.4 yards rushing. The Ravens defense is strong, but they have been susceptible to giving up a lot of yards to good running backs. Last season Baltimore’s defense allowed 4.6 yards per carry.
3 Points: Sammy Watkins Under 3.5 Receptions
Watkins is projected to have 3.15 receptions. He impressed during training camp and developed a great rapport with Jackson. He is expected to be one of the Ravens’ go-to-receivers, as the team’s No. 1 draft pick Rashod Bateman (core) is on IR and last year’s top receiver Marquise Brown has only recently begun practicing again after missing substantial time due to an injury.
2 Points: Marquise Brown Over 4.5 Receptions
Brown is projected to have 4.7 receptions. Brown, who has been dealing with a hamstring injury, was able to practice for the first time in four weeks on Wednesday. He is expected to be one of Jackson’s favorite targets, along with Andrews and Watkins.
1 Point: Henry Ruggs III Over 49.5 Yards Receiving
Ruggs is projected for 49.5 yards receiving. He should get more playing time this year after averaging two catches for 34.8 yards per game and an average depth of target of 17.4.
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