Mark Andrews Player Props Tips and Trends (Week 4 vs Washington)

Written by on October 6, 2020

Mark Andrews and the Baltimore Ravens travel to play Washington on Monday at FedExField. Here are some tips for betting on the TE’s receiving yards and touchdowns prop bets in the matchup against Washington.

Andrews’ Last Time Out

Mark Andrews’ Last Time Out
Opponent Rec Yds TDs
Week 3 Chiefs 3 22 0

Betting Information

Mark Andrews Week 4 Prop Bets
Over/Under Over Odds Under Odds
Receiving Yards 60.5 -114 -116
Receiving TDs 0.5 -126 -104

Receiving Yards Betting Trends

  • Andrews’ 36.3 receiving yards per game average is 24.2 fewer than his prop bet over/under in Sunday’s outing (60.5).
  • Andrews has not totaled more than 60.5 receiving yards in a game through three outings this season.
  • Andrews’ average prop bet for receiving yards is an over/under of 63.5 per game. He averages 27.2 fewer per game than that average.
  • Andrews has not hit the over on a receiving yard prop bet through three games this year.
  • Through three games, Andrews has not gone over his season-long average prop bet over/under for receiving yards (63.5 yards).
  • Washington has allowed three players to rack up more than 60.5 receiving yards in a game this season.
  • The Football Team feature the fifth-best pass defense in the league this season, allowing 237.3 yards per game.

Receiving TDs Betting Tips

  • Andrews’ per-game receiving touchdown average — 0.7 — is 0.2 more touchdowns than his prop bet over/under for Sunday’s game (0.5).
  • In 33.3% of his games this season (one out of three), Andrews has gone over his prop bet total for his next matchup (0.5 receiving touchdowns).
  • Andrews has pulled down 0.7 receiving touchdowns per game, which is 0.2 more than his season average.
  • In only one of his three games (33.3%), Andrews has outpaced his receiving touchdowns prop bet total.
  • In only 33.3% of his games (one of three chances), Andrews has surpassed his average receiving touchdowns prop bet total (0.5).
  • Washington has allowed five players to score at least one receiving touchdown this season.
  • This season, the Football Team have been the 18th-worst defense in the NFL in allowing passing TDs, giving up 1.7 per game.

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