The 2023 Army-Navy Game will mark the 124th meeting between the Army Black Nights and the Navy Midshipmen on Saturday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
The marquee game that pits two of the branches of the United States Armed Forces will be played in New England for the first time. Both teams arrive with identical 5-6 records and double overtime was needed last year to decide a winner.
Check out our Army vs Navy prediction, odds, and best bets.
Army vs Navy Spread, Moneyline, Total
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Spread: Army , Navy
Moneyline: Army , Navy
Army vs Navy State Betting Trends
- Army, Navy ATS Records: Army 4-6-1, Navy 4-7-0
- Army, Navy ATS at Neutral Site: Army 1-0-0, Navy 0-1-0
- Army, Navy Over/Under Records: Army Over 5-6-0, Navy 4-7-0
- Army, Navy Over/Under at Neutral Site: Army Over 0-1-0, Navy 0-1-0
Army vs Navy State Props
Some of the player props available for the top stars in this matchup — from Army QB Bryson Daily to Navy RB Eli Heidenreich — are listed below:
Bryson Daily has not only been Army’s best passer this season but also the team’s best rusher. He leads the team with seven rushing TDs, one more than he has passed for, and is favored to score. He’ll pay just over 4 to 1 odds if he gets the first touchdown of the day.
Army is a team focused on the running game, with only six total touchdowns through the air this season and averaged 209 team rushing yards per game. Jakobi Buchanan will get the immediate look when people see who is after Daily in rushing categories but Tyson Riley and Ay’Jaun Marshall are recent scorers and names that could provide value when you’re shopping lines.
Navy QB Xavier Arline is also a threat through the ground for his team with two touchdowns in each category this season. Braxton Woodson got more of the reps in the previous game at SMU but Arline looks to be the man getting the snaps for the Army-Navy Game.
RB Eli Heidenreich has one rushing TD but four through the air, leading the team in receiving touchdowns, making him a worthy look when picking players to score. FB Alex Tecza leads the team in rushing TDs and should be a player projected to hit the endzone along with Arline.
Army vs Navy Analysis and Prediction
Navy leads the all-time series 62-54-7, but Army has walked away the winner in five of the previous seven encounters. Last year’s edition needed two overtime periods with Army taking it on a game-winning field goal. On that subject, it may be worth putting a small wager on OT to happen as it pays big.
Two running teams make for this to be a slugfest. Rushing props will be a go-to, but any passing props will probably pay a premium for their unlikeliness and also for the difficulty of predicting who will get the passing TDs, if any.
The Under is hovering around 28 points, somewhere half a point under, and other sites half a point over. Four times in the past 10 editions, 27 has been the exact total. On five instances in that stretch, the total has been above 30 points. Unless the defenses attribute a few touchdowns, this one feels like it will be a battle of low-scoring offenses.
Pick: Navy (+3 at time of publishing), Under (28.5 at time of publishing)