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Rams vs. Ravens prop bets: Who will step up in the Baltimore rain?

The Rams are vying for their fourth-straight win this weekend against an elite Ravens team

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The Los Angeles Rams (+7.5) are coming off a much-needed win against the Cleveland Browns and their third-straight. They take on the 9-3 Baltimore Ravens (-7.5) this Sunday who are fresh off a bye week. The Rams are current seven and a half point underdogs on DraftKings Sportsbook. Here are some of the prop bets you can find at DraftKings Sportsbook for the game.

Kyren Williams, over/under 68.5 rushing yards

The M&T Bank Stadium forecast shows 100 percent precipitation in Baltimore and 11 mile per hour winds. I’m not saying the Rams won’t throw the ball at all in this game but I am expecting the second rusher in the league in terms of yards per carry average will get the nod to be the focal point of the offense.

Kyren Williams went up against a very good defense against the run in the Cleveland Browns and went for 88 yards on 20 plus carries. That’s around what I expect him to do which would give you this over with ease. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Kyren go over 100 yards either. This total has been surpassed in three straight games for Williams and it’s not a matter of him being unproductive its more about whether Sean McVay will give him enough carries and this game? I expect that’s not going to be an issue.

Kyren Williams, over/under 17.5 receiving yards

Once again, we are sticking with the Rams offensive engine here. As mentioned above, this game is going to be rainy and in that case you normally want to veer towards running the ball. Well, if the Ravens do happen to take it away enough the Rams can do the next best thing and attack in the short game.

I expect Kyren Williams will be very busy on Sunday in the screen game as well. He’s gone over this total in back to back games since he’s returned from his ankle injury. The idea of him not getting at least 18 yards in a game like this in the receiving game is hard to believe.

Ernest Jones, over/under 10.5 total tackles

Here’s a curveball. Since the weather has me questioning a lot about the passing game let’s defer to the defense here. No team runs the ball more than the Ravens, I like Ernest Jones to get at least 11 total tackles in this one because of it. He did that last week against the Browns who are very similar in play style. The Browns though, threw much more than I expect the Ravens to throw. Even still, Jones’ athleticism allows him to make these plays all over the field even if the Ravens throw short.

I expect we could see a 15 tackle type of day from Jones and this bet might be my favorite since it’s plus money at +114.