Week 14 NFL Picks: SNF Prop Betting - Ravens vs. Steelers

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Jordan Sharp

Sunday, December 10, 2017 5:19 PM GMT

Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017 5:19 PM GMT

It’s another glorious chance to make some money on our NFL Prop Picks this Sunday, and with only four weeks of regular season football remaining, we have to take advantage of all the value we can. It’s continues this week between the Steelers and Ravens’ prop odds from Bovada sportsbook. 

Mike Wallace O/U 47 ½ Receiving Yards

The Ravens have struggled to move the ball this season because of poor offense and even worse quarterbacking. Mike Wallace has seen his value diminish the most. Deep passes are not working for the Ravens this season, and Wallace only has four games this season with a catch of 20-plus yards.

Of course last week he caught a 66-yard bomb to pad his stat line a little bit, but those have been few and far between for the Ravens this season. Plus, that was against a Lions secondary that has been trending downward.

The Steelers present a much tough challenge in the secondary. Wallace did get 10 targets, 6 catches and 55 yards in his last game against the Steelers, and if it weren’t for a 19-yard touchdown, Wallace would have had a poor game in that one too.

The Steelers’ secondary has been giving up touchdowns to wideouts recently, but they have limited their yards some, and with the Ravens coming in on the road, I doubt their passing game is very sharp in Pittsburgh’s weather on Sunday night, so under is our first NFL pick.

NFL Prop Pick: UNDER 47 ½ (-115)
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Antonio Brown O/U 94 ½ Receiving Yards

Last week Antonio Brown was hobbled with a toe injury coming into the Steelers’ game on Monday Night Football, however, the toe didn’t seem to bother him as he went off for 101 yards on 16 targets and a touchdown against the Bengals.

Now he has another tough divisional matchup, and even with the Ravens’ secondary playing well, I doubt they can hold Brown. Even though Brown didn’t have a great game against the Ravens last time out, Brown is coming in with three straight games of more than 100 yards and better than 10 yards per target in those three games.

If Brown is getting that kind of volume at home in this one, I see him touching 100 yards for the fourth straight week. The Ravens’ secondary is playing well, but not as well as the last time these two played in Baltimore. Over their last three games, Baltimore has allowed 583 yards to opposing wideouts, which is an average of almost 195 per game.

If Brown can get another 12 to 15 targets, I don't see how the Ravens’ secondary can slow him down in Pittsburgh. Brown is averaging 119.4 yards per game at home this season, and he has gone over 100 yards in three of those five contests.

NFL Prop Pick: OVER94 ½ (-115)
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