NFL London Anytime Touchdown Odds: 3 TD Player Props To Consider For Bills at Jaguars

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Written By John Haslbauer | Last Updated
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The Sunday slate for NFL Week 5 odds will kick off bright and early once again as the Jaguars extend their stay in London for one additional week for what is technically a Buffalo Bills home game on the schedule at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Bills are favorites on the spread. In this article, we’ll break down anytime touchdown odds for this matchup and some potential values for ATTD bets. Find point spread, total, and moneyline odds at the bottom of the article.

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NFL LONDON Anytime Touchdown Odds: BILLS At JAGUARS

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BILLS At JAGUARS Anytime Touchdown Scorer Strategy

The Bills are road favorites and the game carries a -point over/under. Implied team totals make the expected final score: Bills 26, Jaguars 21. That means we should expect about three touchdowns from each team here.

NFL London games are a bit more volatile than your traditional NFL slate, given the uncertainty behind how specific teams adapt to the extended travel time. Last week’s Jaguars vs. Falcons game went well under the expected point total, with a final score of 23-7. That said, this Bills offense is far superior to Atlanta’s, having just scored 48 points on Miami last week, so we should expect a more potent offensive display in this matchup.


Jaguars WR Calvin Ridley ()

The Buffalo Bills’ defense suffered a crucial blow last week, losing star cornerback Tre’Davious White for the rest of the season with a torn Achilles. That will instantly put their depth of defensive backs up to the test this week, with Christian Benford (71st in PFF’s cornerback rankings) tasked to shadow Jacksonville’s WR1, Calvin Ridley.

Ridley was stifled in last week’s revenge game against Atlanta, held to just two targets for 38 yards, but still managed to find the end zone against the Falcon’s stout secondary. In a more favorable matchup and a more pass-heavy game script expected from the implied game totals, Ridley should have increased opportunity to hit pay dirt his second week in London.

Bills WR Gabe Davis ()

Josh Allen didn’t exactly spread the wealth in Buffalo’s blowout victory over the Dolphins in Week 4, connecting with Stefon Diggs three times in the end zone. I expect the Jaguars to take note of that and over-compensate with a little extra shadowing of Diggs. If they do, that opens the door for Davis to see more targets as the clear WR2 in this potent offense.

Davis has found the end zone in three consecutive weeks and should see a fair share of opportunities in one of the most potent offenses in the NFL.

Jaguars RB Tank Bigsby ()

If you’re looking for some juicier odds in the ATTD market, can I interest you in a player who has scored in 67% of his career NFL games? That career may encompass just three at the moment, but the Jaguars have telegraphed Bigsby’s role in this offense as the goal-line bruiser complement to Travis Etienne’s speed since he was drafted.

He won’t see many touches outside the red zone, but the opportunity will be there for Bigsby in goal-to-go packages if his early season usage continues.


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