Kareem Hunt OVer 45.5 Rushing Yards -110
Hunt is a tough cookie to crack. I’ve looked over his rushing and receiving yards multiple times and there isn’t a particular trend to when he has got a lot of receiving work or when he is just involved in the rushing game. One thing we know for sure despite the game script is that he will get around 15 rushes and it’s up to him whether he produces or not. Chubb may be the main running back but Baltimore has a fantastic defensive line and I believe Hunt will work as a good change of pace guy and hopefully break a couple outside runs.
Baker Mayfield Over 210.5 Passing Yards -110
During his last two games Baker absolutely crushed the over on this number playing against the Titans and Jags. Obviously those defenses are not on the level of Baltimore, but the Ravens are in fact giving up 226 passing yards per game this season. Bakers season numbers will be a bit skewed due to the extremely windy weather conditions he faced in acpiple days but he’s proven when he needs to throw the ball he can get it done. Im sure both teams would just prefer to run the ball all game but I think both quarterbacks are gonna need to step it up and throw the ball a bit in a highly contested division game with serious playoff consequences.
Myles Garret Total Tackles and Assists Over 2.5 -150
Garret is in the defensive player of the year conversation for a reason. He’s a big game player and will surely be all over the place tonight against the division rival Ravens. Garret has hit this number in 8 out of the 10 games he’s played this season and there is no indication to why he wouldn’t hit it tonight. Frankly the only reason why we are getting odds this low is because he is a defensive player and most people don’t even think to check for those odds. I’m betting on the talent to shine through, and the heart of Cleveland defense to make me some money.