Best Ravens-Chargers prop bets today: Keaton Mitchell, Cameron Dicker among top Week 12 SNF parlay picks

The Chargers host the Ravens on “Sunday Night Football” (8:20 p.m. ET, NBC) to cap off Week 12’s Sunday action. As always with the marquee national game of the week, SNF brings us several good props to consider on SuperDraft, especially with two fine quarterbacks in Justin Herbert and Lamar Jackson.

It’s easy to get in on the action. If you successfully hit on two player props, you get 3x return. That exponentially grows all the way to 100x return for parlaying eight correct picks together at much longer odds. In other words, if you put down a $20 entry fee on our four props below and they all hit, you get paid $200.

Whether you’re going with a two-legged parlay or stringing together three-plus props, here are our four favorite SuperDraft plays for the AFC matchup between Baltimore and Los Angeles
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Best Ravens-Chargers prop bets: SuperDraft player prop picks for Week 12 SNF

*10x potential payout if users parlay all four correct picks

1. Keaton Mitchell, RB, Ravens — OVER 41.5 rushing yards

Mitchell was quiet in the rout of the Bengals in Week 11, as he wasn’t needed much as the change of pace from the power of Gus Edwards. This week, his speed and quickness around the edge can be deployed more, given there’s no Joey Bosa (foot) there to contain the perimeter run game. Mitchell can hit this number on one or two big gains.

2. Lamar Jackson, QB, Ravens  — OVER 234.5 passing yards

The Chargers allow almost 292 passing yards per game, the worst in the NFL, and now they don’t have Bosa to apply pressure. Lamar Jackson and this offense are willing to open it up in the passing game more under Todd Monken, and it doesn’t matter in this particular matchup that Mark Andrews (leg) isn’t playing. The wide receivers downfield can help get it done plenty for Jackson.

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3. Zay Flowers, WR, Ravens —  OVER 65.5 receiving yards

As long as Flowers (hip) is healthy, he’ll be one of Jackson’s biggest weapons. He’s bound to see a lot of struggling Michael Davis in coverage on the outside, and he works the slot about 30 percent of the time. He can absolutely crush that matchup vs. Ja’Sir Taylor. Flowers will get revved up here all over the field as the wideouts see a bump in targets overall with no Andrews.

4. Cameron Dicker, K, Chargers — OVER 6.5 kicking points

The Ravens are middle of the pack when giving up field-goal attempts. “Dicker the Kicker” has been money in SoFi Stadium with no threat of the elements. The Ravens’ run defense should lead to some stalls in the red zone, and the Chargers have had trouble finishing promising drives of late.

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