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The Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills for an exciting NFL Week 4 game. Come find out about our Ravens vs. Bills SGP, prediction, pick, and odds featuring Gabriel Davis and Lamar Jackson.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills Same-Game Parlay: Can't Go Wrong with Gabriel Davis

Ravens vs. Bills Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

Date: Sunday, October 2

Time: 1:00 PM ET

Where to Watch: CBS

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As NFL fans, we are lucky. The Baltimore Ravens and the Buffalo Bills might just be the league's two best offenses. And, at 1:00 PM ET this Sunday, they're squaring off in Baltimore.

Lamar Jackson has lit up opposing defenses to the tune of a league-leading 33.0 points per game thus far. Meanwhile, Josh Allen has been incredible in his own right. The Bills are scoring 30.3 points per game, good for 3rd in the league through three weeks. The game's over/under of 51 points is the highest on the Week 4 slate, so I'm expecting plenty of offense in this one, and I'm trusting Gabriel Davis and Lamar Jackson to show up.

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Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills Prediction

Gabriel Davis + Lamar Jackson Same Game Parlay (-135) (Bet $135 to win $100)

*Odds available at DraftKings at time of publishing*

Leg 1: Gabriel Davis 35+ Receiving Yards

Leg 2: Lamar Jackson 1+ Passing Touchdowns

Gabriel Davis hasn't quite had the early-season breakout that some expected from him (including me), but he's remained a consistent second option for Josh Allen. His good, but not incredible, production can be attributed to an ankle injury he's been working through over the last couple of weeks. But, he played last week, and his lack of full practices this week is likely a product of rest. In other words, Gabe Davis will probably be good to go this week.

Davis has at least 35 receiving yards in 8 consecutive games, dating back to last season. He's averaged 71.8 yards and 7.0 targets per game during this stretch, and he's now a bona fide full-time player for the Bills. He played 98% of the team's offensive snaps in Week 1 and 96% last week.

Since the 2021 season, Gabe Davis has recorded 35+ receiving yards in all 10 games where he played at least half of Buffalo's snaps. As long as he's active this Sunday, he'll be involved and 35 yards should be well within reach for Allen's second favorite target.

For our other leg, is it even possible to not trust Lamar Jackson right now? He's thrown 3+ passing touchdowns in every game so far this season, leading the league with 10 TDs.

More importantly, Lamar has thrown a touchdown in 21 straight regular-season games. Here's his success rate on this line in full games each season since 2019:

  • 2022: 1+ TD in 3/3 games
  • 2021: 1+ TD in 11/11 games
  • 2020: 1+ TD in 14/15 games
  • 2019: 1+ TD in 12/15 games

That's a passing touchdown in 40 of his 44 full regular-season games since 2019 and 28 of 29 since 2020. Buffalo has one of the NFL's best defenses, but it's unlikely they're able to contain one of the game's premier playmakers this Sunday.

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Gray is a massive New York sports fan, and is an NBA & NFL oracle. He’s a passionate writer with a strong background in statistics, and loves putting out player props! You can follow him on Twitter @PropBetGuru.


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