TNF Anytime Touchdown Odds: 2 ATTD Player Props To Consider For Bears At Commanders
The Chicago Bears (0-4) visit the Washington Commanders (2-2) on Thursday Night Football in Week 5. Justin Fields and the Bears offense appeared to come to life against the Broncos, but Chicago choked away a 21-point second-half lead to remain winless on the season. On the other side, Washington nearly upended the Eagles in overtime on the road. Bears at Commanders kicks off Thursday, Oct. 5, at 8:15 p.m. on Amazon Prime Video. We’re here to break down odds on anytime touchdown props for TNF.
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Thursday Night Football Anytime Touchdown Props
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Commanders Bears Anytime Touchdown Scorer Strategy
Despite on the surface this game being a bust for offensive fireworks, it carries a modest total of points. Of course, with higher totals come more opportunities for scoring. In projected low-scoring games, targeting the lower-priced stars with a more guaranteed workload is a sound strategy. Running backs and rushing quarterbacks like Fields will take priority in scoring.
Another avenue bettors take is to bet first touchdown scorer for one team. The prices are still enticingly lengthy and offer bigger payouts, but you remove the randomness of the opening coin toss from a bad beat.
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Commanders WR Jahan Dotson ()
Sam Howell has struggled when he’s hit and pressured. Nobody has been sacked more this season than him (and, yes, that includes the 10-sack night for Daniel Jones). Luckily for Howell, the Bears are dead last in adjusted sack rate this season, 30th in pressure rate, and don’t often blitz to generate more pressure (27th in blitz rate). With plenty of time to throw, Howell should be able to find open receivers.
Dotson is just one target off the team lead (25) but out-targets teammate Terry McLaurin 4-0 in the red zone. Dotson absorbed 67% of the team’s red zone targets, fourth-most in the NFL behind only Drake London, Garrett Wilson, and AJ Brown. He’s more favorably priced than McLaurin () despite being even in targets in their entirety and the go-to red zone receiver.
No Touchdown Scorer +7000
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How quickly we forget the ineptitude of the Bears offense, particularly under Matt Eberflus and Luke Getsy. The Bears will struggle to move the football against a Commanders defense that fields a top-five front seven. Washington is fourth in adjusted sack rate in the NFL against offensive lines like the Eagles and Bills. Further, they do this without blitzing aggressively (19th in blitz rate).
Sacks are drive killers, and both offenses tend to turn the ball over. They’re also 27th and 28th in pace this season, meaning this game could clear the under.
In an extreme case, this may be a battle of the field goals. At the very least, there’s a greater probability of a touchdown-less game than the 1.4% breakeven rate sold at DraftKings.
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