NFL Anytime Touchdown Odds: 3 TD Player Props To Consider Week 9

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Written By Josh Lander | Last Updated
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We went 1-1-1 in selecting Anytime Touchdown odds last week, thanks to Breece Hall’s 50-yard catch-and-run into the end zone. We remain in the black as we turn the corner toward the second half of the NFL season. I’ve got three more plays for Week 9’s anytime touchdown market. Four games have totals set under 40 points and just one set above 50 across the best sports betting sites. We’ll need to use some degree of caution.

That said, betting rushing, receiving, or defensive ATTD odds is a fun way to get in on the NFL action. This week, we’re looking at two dependable running backs and the most reliable tight end in the game.

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NFL Week 9 Anytime Touchdown Odds

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Colts RB Jonathan Taylor ()

The version of Jonathan Taylor that ran for a league-leading 1,811 rushing yards in 2021 is back. After missing the first four games of the season due to an injury (or a contract dispute), Taylor has regained his elite form in the last two weeks. His return to dominance came via 120 yards from scrimmage against the impenetrable Browns’ run defense two weeks ago. That included 4.2 yards per carry.

He followed that performance up with 95 rushing yards on just 12 carries in a loss to the Saints last week at home.

Both of those defenses rank in the top five in rush EPA allowed. The Colts’ Week 9 opponent, the Carolina Panthers, ranks 31st in rush defense EPA and dead last in rushing defense success.

It’s been a rough first half of the season for the Panthers, especially defending the run. Carolina allows the 3rd-most yards to opposing RBs, giving up an average of five yards a carry.

Only one opposing starter failed to reach pay dirt on the Panthers. That would be last week’s opponent, Dameon Pierce. Pierce split time almost evenly with backup David Singletary, and neither scored on the ground across 22 combined carries. QB CJ Stroud and third-string RB Andrew Beck, however, both did.

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Raiders RB Josh Jacobs ()

For those who have been following since Week 1, it’s back to the old standby. That is, any running back facing the New York Giants. Only the Buffalo Bills failed to punch their RB1 into the end zone against the G Men this season. And, to be fair, their backfield is somewhat of a mess despite James Cook’s raw talent.

Las Vegas’s locker room will look much different against New York than it did in Detroit last Monday night. The Raiders parted ways with head coach Josh McDaniels, and rookie QB Aidan O’Connell is making his first career start. O’Connell is unlikely to alleviate the stacked fronts New York will throw at Jacobs, meaning the reigning rushing champ will need to break some tackles. That shouldn’t be too difficult against the defense with the 5th-most missed tackles in the league.

Jacobs has come on strong after a slow start to the season. He’s recorded 80-plus total yards in five of his last six and found the end zone in three of them. If the Raiders can even sniff the red zone, expect them to continue riding their cowbell back, who has the 3rd-most touches in that part of the field among RBs.

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Chiefs TE Travis Kelce ()

This pick may come across as chalky (and it probably is), but that doesn’t mean it’s not a smart bet. The situation and matchup are ripe for Kelce to do what he does best: Pick up chunk yardage and score touchdowns. Miami is just plain bad at limiting opposing tight ends, coughing up the 4th-most receptions and the 5th-most yards to the position.

Kelce started hot this season, scoring in three of his first four games. An injury slowed him down, but he seemed completely fine the last three weeks, posting 120 receiving yards per game.

This game holds the highest total of any Week 9 matchup despite the long travel to Germany for both offenses. With the Chiefs’ touchdown total at 3.5 on most sportsbooks, I like Kelce to get in on the touchdown feeding.

Best of luck betting anytime touchdown odds this week!

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