Updated: Jan 14
The regular season is in the rearview but there's no time to be sad, we've got a beautiful slate of Wild Card games to bet on so let's get into it!
Over 61.5 Rush Yds -115
Over 13.5 Carries -130
They rested Dobbins last week for this game, so I anticipate he gets the ball as many times as his body will withstand. Cincinnati has a decent run defense, but this comes down to Baltimore's limited options on offense. Dobbins should be involved regardless of the score.
11 Total Tackles -130
Smith has tallied 11, 14, 9, and 16 total tackles in his last few games. He just got the big 100 million-dollar extension, so he's motivated to play well. Twelve of his 16 tackles last week were solo tackles so he’s rolling.
Ravens Exact Touchdowns
The Anthony Brown-led Ravens are going to score three touchdowns? If that happens I guess we tip the cap, but come on.
Over 75.5 Rush Yds -115
Longest Rush Over 17.5
The Chargers run defense has been suspect all season allowing a league-high 5.6 yards per rush attempt. Etienne has been able to exploit good matchups ever since they cut him loose midseason.
He’s gone over 17.5 yards on a single run ten times this season. He’s actually got a run of over 45 yards in four of those games
Over 4.5 Receptions -110
The man just set the record for receptions by a running back. Mike Williams is out, sure Palmer will get some of those targets but typically, vacated targets flow to the running back. The Jaguars allow an average of 6.4 receptions per game to running backs since week 11.
Over 13.5 Rush Yards -110
Lately, he’s been running a little bit when it’s there or when he needs the first down. He’s not bad at it either. Lawrence ran for 32 vs Detroit, 21 vs Dallas, and 51 vs the Jets in week 16.
Over 29.5 Rec Yards -110
I was surprised to learn Marv has seen a combined 17 targets over his past three games. Veteran leadership is important in the playoffs, perhaps that's why he got more involved down the stretch. This guy can get the 30 yards we need in one play, 29.5 is a great number in my opinion.
Chargers at Jaguars
Both Teams Score 19.5 Points
Both Teams Score 24.5 Points
The Chargers have only failed to score 20 points 4 times all year and in one of those they scored 19
The Jags have been on fire for months on offense. Other than the Jets game a couple of weeks ago, they haven’t scored fewer than 27 since Halloween
The Jag’s pass defense is suspect. Goff threw for 340 on them and scored 40 points.
Yeah they shut down the Mills/Driskell combo and the vaunted Zach Wilson/Chris Streveler offense, but the good quarterbacks can get them
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