- Mark Andrews’ receiving yards total has -115 odds on both sides of 52.5 yards.
- Andrews has +120 odds to have OVER 4.5 receptions for the seventh time this season.
- His betting line for longest reception is 21.5 yards with -115 odds on either side.
MIAMI - The Baltimore Ravens and Miami Dolphins will play in the Week 10 Thursday Night Football game. Mark Andrews has some of the more interesting player props in the game.
Mark Andrews Receiving Yards: O/U 52.5
Mark Andrews is unquestionably the second option in the Baltimore Ravens’ passing attack. He’s second on the team in targets, receptions and receiving yards, but NFL betting sites have his totals set relatively low for Thursday.
Mark Andrews Receiving Yards Total
- OVER 52.5 -115
- UNDER 52.5 -115
Andrews has gone OVER this total in five of his eight games this season but hasn’t done so in either of his last two contests.
The Miami Dolphins are allowing 65.0 yards per game to opposing tight ends, which seems like a good matchup for Andrews to hit this total.
Mark Andrews Reception Totals: O/U 4.5
Maybe the best player prop for Andrews in the game is his receptions total.
The OVER has +120 odds attached to it despite hitting the number in six of his eight games this season. Have NFL sportsbooks simply miscalculated this line?
Mark Andrews Receptions Total
- OVER 4.5 +120
- UNDER 4.5 -160
Andrews is averaging 5.25 receptions per game while the Dolphins are allowing 5.3 receptions to tight ends per game. He’s gotten at least five targets in every game this season and has eclipsed the 10 target mark multiple times.
He has a high floor which brings his +120 odds a lot of value to catch at least five passes.
Mark Andrews Longest Reception: O/U 21.5 Yards
Andrews has had a reception of 22+ yards in four of his eight games this season and has -115 odds to do so for a fifth time this year on Thursday.
Mark Andrews Longest Reception Odds
- OVER 21.5 Yards -115
- UNDER 21.5 Yards -115
He has 10 plays this year where he’s had a 20+ yard reception, meaning he’s averaging more than one per game.
The Dolphins allow the third-most passing yards per game so there’s a good chance that some big plays happen in the passing game. As one of the top options in the offense, Andrews seems to be a likely candidate to have one of them.
The game will air on FOX and NFL Network starting at 8:20 p.m. EST on Thursday.
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