Indianapolis Colts (1-3) hope to end the three-game winning streak of the
Baltimore Ravens (3-1) on the road Monday night. Kickoff is Monday night at 8:15 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium. Below, we look at the
Colts vs. Ravens prop bet odds and lines, and make our best NFL picks, predictions and bets.
The Colts picked up their first win of the year in Week 4, defeating the Miami Dolphins 27-17. So far this season, QB
Carson Wentz has 920 passing yards, five touchdown passes and an interception. They are only averaging 20.8 points per game and are giving up 24.3 points per contests.
The Ravens have won three straight games, although their games have been close, as they have only a point differential of 13 points. QB
Lamar Jackson has thrown one touchdown pass in each game and leads the team with 279 rushing yards.
Colts at Ravens prop bet picks and predictions
Ravens RB Latavius Murray OVER 13.5 rushing attempts (+102)
Murray got his first start of the season last week and ran the ball 18 times. He is expected to be the lead running back against the Colts. He at least 14 carries just three times last season, but he was the No. 2 back behind
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson OVER 1.5 TD passes (-103)
The Colts have allowed 11 touchdown passes through four games this season. Jackson has only had exactly one touchdown pass in each game this season, but the Colts have allowed the opposing starting quarterback to throw multiple touchdown passes in each game this season.
Colts RB Jonathan Taylor UNDER 59.5 rushing yards (-114)
Taylor has had at least 60 rushing yards in the last two games, but the Ravens have yet to allow any back to rush for 60 yards. Broncos RB
Melvin Gordon rushed for 56 last week, which is the most a back has had against the Ravens. They have the league’s No. 7 defense against the run, allowing 85.8 yards per game.
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Ravens WR Marquise Brown UNDER 4.5 receptions (-149)
Brown has not caught more than four passes in the last two weeks, and the Colts have only allowed a wide receiver to have more than four catches once this season, when both Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods did it in Week 3.
Colts QB Carson Wentz OVER 9.5 rushing yards (-114)
Wentz is still dealing with two sore ankles, but he still had eight yards last week. He had 23 and 37 yards in each of the first two games of the season.
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