Three NFL Player Props For Sunday Night Football Week 12

Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield looks downfield in a 2021 home game.
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The Browns returned to Cleveland in 1999, after the original Browns left for Baltimore four years earlier. But don’t think for one minute that 22 years has softened feelings. These teams and fans hate each other, and everyone wants to be at their best when the Browns and Ravens play. Let’s take a look at some of the best NFL Player Props for Sunday Night Football of Week 12.

All odds courtesy of BetPrep, updated 8:00 AM Eastern on November 26, 2021.

Baker Mayfield vs. Baltimore Ravens

Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield reacts after throwing a pass in a game
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The Prop: Baker Mayfield Passing Yards
The Odds: Over 232.5 yards (-116)/Under 232.5 yards (-114)

It’s easy to respect what Baker Mayfield is trying to do. He’s banged up, nursing a number of debilitating injuries, yet he wants to be out there for his team, doing his part to get them into the playoffs. But there also comes a time when a player is too banged up to be useful, and he begins to hurt the team.

Hard to say that we’ve reached that point with Mayfield, but it’s easy to see that this offense is not working without him playing good football.

Mayfield hasn’t thrown for more than 225 yards in four straight games, and the last two games, he’s failed to get to 200. There’s no reason to think that changes against a Ravens defense at home and coming off its best game.

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Nick Chubb vs. Baltimore Ravens

Cleveland Browns running back #24 Nick Chubb runs the ball in a 2021 road game.
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The Prop: Nick Chubb Rushing Yards
The Odds: Over 88.5 yards (-111)/Under 88.5 yards (-119)

It’s okay if Baker Mayfield doesn’t throw for many yards, as long as Nick Chubb keeps doing Nick Chubb things, like rushing for over 100 yards.

Chubb went for 130 yards against the Lions last week, his fourth 100-yard performance in his last five games. Prior to that, he went for 137 on just 14 carries in a rout of the Bengals, 161 in the shootout with the Chargers, and 100 against the Vikings.

Can the Ravens slow him down? Maybe. They have only allowed a single running back to go over 100 yards – Dalvin Cook in Week 9. The next highest is 59 yards by Joe Mixon. But Baltimore is giving up 4.2 yards per carry, which suggests that if the Browns keep hammering Chubb, he will find success.

Mark Andrews vs. Cleveland Browns

Mark Andrews #89 of the Baltimore Ravens runs with the ball against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on November 11, 2021 in Miami Gardens, Florida.
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The Prop: Mark Andrews Receiving Yards
The Odds: Over 63.5 yards (-110)/Under 63.5 yards (-120)

The Browns have faced some really good tight ends this year, and with mixed results. Travis Kelce went for 76 yards and two touchdowns. Hunter Henry had 37 yards and a pair of scores. And T.J. Hockenson just went for 51 yards against the Browns last week.

Mark Andrews, while not in Travis Kelce’s league, is definitely in the top tier of NFL tight ends, and he’s being leaned on by the Ravens’ quarterbacks. Andrews had 63 yards from Lamar Jackson against the Dolphins and just went for 73 with Tyler Huntley.

Both QBs love him, and he’ll have a big game Sunday night against the Browns.