NFL Anytime Touchdown Odds: 3 TD Player Props To Consider Week 5
It’s Week 5 in the NFL as we roll along with our best bets within anytime touchdown odds. ATTD player prop odds are a fun way to jump in on NFL betting action with many players to choose from across the best sports betting sites. This week’s plays include three starting running backs with great matchups and high-volume usages. I finished last week 3-0 for a clean sweep, so let’s keep the momentum going with three more anytime touchdown scorer bets.
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Dolphins RB De’Von Achane ()
Miami has scored 12 touchdowns over its last two games. De’Von Achane has half of them, two coming through the air.
He’s also quickly becoming the feature back for an offense that’s projected to score more than 30 points this Sunday. Achane registered 43% of his team’s snaps in Week 3, his first-ever NFL game. The following game, coach Mike McDaniel upped that to 59%. Considering Raheem Mostert’s recent fumbling issues, Achane could continue that upward trend at home versus New York. Mostert is coming off two fumbles in Week 4, one of which he lost in Dolphins territory.
The Giants guided us to betting victory last week by letting Seahawks starting RB Kenneth Walker III into the end zone. That puts them on the hook for seven rushing TDs allowed on the season, tied for most in the league. Wink Martindale’s unit is full of holes, letting its opponent into the red zone four times per game. That will likely be a massive problem against the best offense through a quarter of the season.
Miami eats up yardage as well as any team in recent memory. The Dolphins have, far and away, the most yards and have accrued the most first downs. Expect Achane to see ample touches within scoring distances, and we may not see his anytime touchdown odds at plus-money very often moving forward.
Bengals RB Joe Mixon ()
Cincinnati’s rough start has been largely due to its defensive lapses, but the offense has been nearly as ineffective. Arizona’s bottom-five rushing defense should help the Bengals turn things around this week.
Joe Burrow and co. should be able to move the ball against a defense that’s giving up five red zone trips per contest, most in the NFL. 12 of those 20 visits ended in the end zone. On top of letting opposing opposing RBs rush for more than 100 yards a game, the Cardinals are tied for most TDs allowed on the ground with seven.
Burrow has been on every injury report so far this season. His name’s absence from this game’s report hopefully means he’s closer to full health than he’s been. If Cincy can make its way inside the 20-yard line like most other teams have against the Cardinals, Joe Mixon should see plenty of profitable chances. He has the fourth-highest snap share of any back with 15 red zone touches, which is mighty impressive considering the Bengals have the second-fewest trips there.
Let’s bank on the Bengals affording their prominently featured back some quality scoring chances.
Falcons RB Bijan Robinson ()
As if Falcons coach Arthur Smith needed an excuse to run the ball, he’s now facing one of the worst run defenses for the last three years. It all bodes well for the team’s sensational rookie back, Bijan Robinson, and his anytime touchdown odds. Four games into his career, it’s safe to say Robinson has secured the RB1 role in his team. His backup, Tyler Allgeier, has seen his snap share drop each week, including the last game, when he was on the field 27% of the time.
New head coach DeMeco Ryans has improved Houston’s run defense from last year. Still, that isn’t saying much, considering how historically bad it’s been. The Texans watched Pittsburgh’s third-worst rushing offense eat up 114 yards on the ground last week. Robinson is already a far superior back than Najee Harris and certainly Jaylen Warren. I like him to pick up the second score of his career.
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