Best Bengals Anytime Touchdown Prop Bets For TNF: Can Ja’Marr Chase Score TD With Tee Higgins Out?
The Cincinnati Bengals (5-4) visit the Baltimore Ravens (7-3) in Week 11 in a pivotal AFC North showdown. Both teams come off a loss, and the division is separated by the thinnest of margins. This game is perhaps the most important yet to both Baltimore and Cincinnati. Thursday Night Football odds show the Ravens are home favorites, and the over/under is set at points. This article focuses on potential Bengals anytime touchdown odds and props for TNF.
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Bengals at Ravens Anytime Touchdown Scorer Strategy
Bengals at Ravens odds offer a moderate point total, with an implied final score of Ravens 24.75, Bengals 21.25. In contrast to many TNF games preceding it, oddsmakers expect ample scoring opportunities this week. This affords us the luxury of not just looking at players with the shortest odds (like Ja’Marr Chase or Joe Mixon) but also to branch out and look at other potential ATTD scorers.
Baltimore won the first edition of this AFC North rivalry in Week 2, 27-24. Both quarterbacks threw a pair of touchdown passes, and Cincinnati scored on an 81-yard punt return. Tee Higgins sat out Week 10 with a hamstring issue and has been ruled out for Week 11, too.
Bengals Ravens ATTD Scorer Bets
WR Ja’Marr Chase ()
In the first four games of the season, Cincinnati struggled to find their offensive rhythm. Joe Burrow was still healing from a calf injury sustained late in camp. The Bengals were 28th in passing success rate and 27th in overall offensive EPA; they also happened to play the Ravens during this tough stretch. The offense opened up, Burrow healed, and Chase jumped back onto the scene as one of the NFL’s top producers. Since Week 5, Chase has 58 targets and five touchdowns.
Chase finds himself the favorite red zone target for Burrow, as well. His 15 targets this season inside the 20-yard line are the third-most in the NFL, and three of his 10 catches resulted in a score. The Ravens are also dealing with some injuries to the secondary, namely Marlon Humphrey (DNP Monday) and Darryl Worley (limited Monday).
Against the Ravens, Chase averages 10.8 targets per game and has three touchdowns scored.
WR Tyler Boyd ()
The biggest direct beneficiary from Higgins being out is Boyd. Last week, Boyd saw a team-high 12 targets, pulling in eight of those for 117 yards; in Week 5 this season, Boyd saw seven targets when Higgins missed the game. In his last two games against Baltimore, Burrow targeted Boyd 15 times, 11 of which were caught for 103 receiving yards, alas, no touchdowns.
TE Tanner Hudson ()
Though Irv Smith was the bigger-ticket offseason acquisition, Hudson has been the go-to tight end lately for the Bengals. In the last two games, Hudson’s out-targeted Smith 12-5 and out-snapped Smith 26-21 against Houston in Week 10. Hudson collected 6-of-7 targets against the Texans and 4-of-5 against the Bills, although his first touchdown has yet to come.
Hudson is still priced longer than Smith despite recent results suggesting the two should perhaps be flipped. With Higgins out, look to Hudson to continue his rising target share; chasing opportunity in ATTD betting can prove to be fruitful.
Bengals Anytime Touchdown Stats
|Player||GP Games Played||ATT Rushing Attempts||YDS Rushing Yards||YDS/C Yards Per Carry||YDS/G Rushing Yards Per Game||TDS Rushing Touchdowns|
|Joe Mixon – RB||10||153||605||4.0||60.5||4|
|Joe Burrow – QB||10||31||88||2.8||8.8||0|
|Trayveon Williams – RB||10||12||59||4.9||5.9||0|
|Jake Browning – QB||2||5||39||7.8||19.5||0|
|Chris Evans – RB||8||2||12||6.0||1.5||0|
|Tyler Boyd – WR||10||1||6||6.0||0.6||0|
|Ja’Marr Chase – WR||10||3||-6||-2.0||-0.6||0|
|Player||GP Games Played||TGTS Targets||REC Receptions||YDS Receiving Yards||CTP% Catch Percentage||YDS/R Yards Per Reception||YAC/G Yards After Catch Per Game||TDS Receiving Touchdowns|
|Ja’Marr Chase – WR||10||106||71||833||67.0%||11.7||38.7||6|
|Tyler Boyd – WR||10||67||47||439||70.1%||9.3||19.3||2|
|Tee Higgins – WR||7||51||27||328||52.9%||12.1||17.0||2|
|Trenton Irwin – WR||9||22||16||191||72.7%||11.9||7.2||1|
|Joe Mixon – RB||10||38||31||188||81.6%||6.1||24.5||1|
|Tanner Hudson – TE||5||22||18||175||81.8%||9.7||12.4||0|
|Irv Smith Jr. – TE||8||21||14||89||66.7%||6.4||6.6||1|
|Drew Sample – TE||10||13||10||71||76.9%||7.1||7.1||1|
|Andrei Iosivas – WR||9||6||4||23||66.7%||5.8||0.1||2|
|Mitchell Wilcox – TE||10||5||3||17||60.0%||5.7||1.5||0|
|Trayveon Williams – RB||10||7||5||9||71.4%||1.8||3.0||0|
|Charlie Jones – WR||4||2||1||6||50.0%||6.0||1.8||0|
|Stanley Morgan – WR||2||0||0||0||0.0%||0.0||0.0||0|
|Chris Evans – RB||8||1||1||-1||100.0%||-1.0||0.0||0|
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