Monday Night Football Props: Ravens Vs. 49ers Player Props & Odds

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The San Francisco 49ers will host the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football in Week 16, with kickoff scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET and ESPN on the broadcast. The 49ers are at on the point spread, and the game has an over/under of points. 

Monday Night Football player props: Ravens vs. 49ers

The Ravens are the top team in the AFC, with an 8-1 record over their last nine games. They lost Mark Andrews (ankle) to a multi-week injury in Week 11 but have continued their winning ways to maintain their lead atop the AFC North. Baltimore is 6-1 on the road this season but is averaging just 23.3 points per game away from home compared to 31.6 points per game in Baltimore. 

The 49ers have won six straight games by double digits after losing three straight before their Week 9 bye. They got elite tackle Trent Williams and Deebo Samuel back from their respective injuries to help spark that run. Brock Purdy and Christian McCaffrey are the current front runners for MVP and Offensive Player of the Year, with the Niners averaging 34.5 points per game during their winning streak. 

Below, we will take a look at some player props for this matchup. If you are located in a state where DFS contests are legal, feel free to check out our PrizePicks, and Fliff sportsbook reviews.

Anytime TD scorer props for Monday Night Football

The Ravens are running at the highest rate in the NFL and have multiple candidates to find the end zone, including quarterback Lamar Jackson. With rookie Keaton Mitchell (ACL) out for the year, Justice Hill may step into a timeshare with Gus Edwards, who leads the Ravens with 11 rushing touchdowns this season. 

Christian McCaffrey leads the NFL with 20 touchdowns from scrimmage this season. The versatile tailback has scored in 21 of his last 23 games, including the playoffs. 

Quarterback passing props for Monday Night Football

Lamar Jackson is only averaging 198.1 passing yards per game on the road this season. The Ravens have averaged 164.4 rushing yards per game on the road to keep their offense afloat. 

Brock Purdy is averaging 293.7 passing yards per game with 17 touchdowns and two interceptions during San Francisco’s six-game winning streak. He’s put up a league-high 11.6 yards per attempt at home. 

Over/under passing yard props for Ravens vs. 49ers

Passing TD prop bets for Ravens vs. 49ers

Receiving yard props for Monday Night Football

Brandon Aiyuk leads the NFL in average yards per catch (18.5) this season. Aiyuk is averaging 119.4 receiving yards over five home games, but five of his six touchdowns have come on the road this season. 

Reception props for Ravens vs. 49ers

Odell Beckham Jr. has become Baltimore’s top target on the outside with 12 catches on 25 targets over his last four starts. Isaiah Likely has stepped up as the starting tight end for Baltimore with Andrews on injured reserve. 

Rushing yard props for Monday Night Football

Christian McCaffrey is averaging 106.7 rushing yards per game over his last six starts, and Deebo Samuel has carried 13 times for 77 yards and four touchdowns in those contests. Lamar Jackson is averaging 48.7 rushing yards per game on the road.