Top TNF Player Props: Ravens vs. Bengals Props & Odds

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We have an AFC North showdown to start the NFL Week 11 schedule, as the Baltimore Ravens host the Cincinnati Bengals in a Thursday Night Football matchup on Nov. 16, with kickoff scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET. Amazon Prime Video will have the broadcast. The Ravens are favorites on the spread, with an over/under line of total points. 

Thursday Night Football player props: Ravens vs. Bengals

Both of these teams are coming off close losses, with the Ravens blowing a 24-9 lead to the Cleveland Browns, while the Bengals lost at home to C.J. Stroud and the Houston Texans. The Bengals were missing Tee Higgins (hamstring) on Sunday and could be without the receiver again, along with defensive linemen Trey Hendrickson (knee) and Sam Hubbard (ankle). 

The Ravens could be without offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley (knee) and top cornerback Marlon Humphrey (calf) on a short week. Baltimore is scoring an average of 30 points per game at home, and the Ravens’ defense has allowed the fewest points per game (15.7) overall this season. 

Below, we will take a look at some player props for this matchup. 

Anytime TD scorer props for TNF

The total for this AFC North bout opened at 43.5 points and has been bet up to 46 points. Cincinnati’s injuries on the defensive line could leave the Bengals vulnerable against Baltimore’s power rushing attack. 

The Ravens have indicated that they would like to get rookie Keaton Mitchell more involved after he turned 14 touches into 209 yards and four touchdowns in their last two games. Gus Edwards remains their steadiest option between the tackles, while Lamar Jackson is a threat to run on a read option. 

Quarterback passing props for Thursday Night Football

Joe Burrow torched the Ravens for 525 yards and four touchdowns in Week 16 two seasons ago. In three meetings since, Burrow is averaging 215.3 passing yards per game with four touchdowns and an 87.8 passer rating. 

Lamar Jackson is averaging 195.3 passing yards and 74.3 rushing yards per game over four meetings with the Bengals since 2021. Jackson has completed 73% of his passes at 8.8 yards per attempt at home this season with a 4:3 TD:INT ratio and three rushing touchdowns. 

Over/under passing yard props for Ravens vs. Bengals

Passing TD prop bets for Ravens vs. Bengals

Receiving yard props for Ravens vs. Bengals

With Higgins likely out for a second straight game, the Bengals may look to Tyler Boyd and Trenton Irwin to step up. Rookie Andrei Iosivas (knee) is questionable. Ja’Marr Chase is dealing with a back injury but managed to catch five balls for 124 yards and a touchdown in Week 10. 

Reception props for Ravens vs. Bengals

Rookie Zay Flowers is leading the Ravens receiving corps in targets (68), catches (50), and yards (545), with tight end Mark Andrews following closely in receptions (43) and yards (521) while leading the team with six receiving touchdowns. 

Rushing yard props for Thursday Night Football

The Bengals have been held to 75 rushing yards or fewer in seven of nine games this season. Joe Mixon is handling the bulk of touches out of their backfield and producing 59.6 rushing yards per game at a 3.9 yards-per-carry clip. 

Longest rush props for Thursday Night Football

Jackson is averaging 5.2 yards per carry this season and 6.0 yards per carry in his career. Keaton Mitchell is averaging a whopping 14.3 yards per carry on 12 attempts this year.