(The Spread) – Which player will score the first touchdown tonight on Monday Night Football between the Ravens and Jaguars?

Not surprisingly, Ray Rice of Baltimore is a clear favorite to score the first touchdown of the game tonight. He has odds of 11/4, while the player with the next best odds of scoring first is Anquan Boldin and Maurice Jones-Drew, respectively. (The Field also has 6/1 odds.)

Baltimore receiver Torrey Smith is 9/1 to score the first touchdown while teammates Ed Dickson and Ricky Williams are both 10/1, respectively. The other mid-range long shots include Marcedes Lewis (12/1), Mike Thomas (12/1), Jason Hill (14/1) and Mike Sims-Walker (14/1), who recently re-signed with Jacksonville after spending the first six weeks with the winless Rams before being released.

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The long shots to score the first touchdown in tonight’s game are Deji Karim, Dennis Pitta and Joe Flacco, who are all 20/1, respectively. Jacksonville quarterback Blaine Gabbert is also 30/1 to score the first touchdown and a wager on “No TD score in the game” will net bettors 50/1 odds.

Oddsmakers have installed the visiting Ravens as 10-point favorites over the host Jaguars tonight, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 38.5 points. Baltimore is 4-1 on the year and 4-1 against the spread, while Jacksonville is 1-5 overall and 2-4 against the number.

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