MNF Anytime Touchdown Odds: 3 ATTD Player Props To Consider For Packers At Raiders

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Written By Evan Scrimshaw | Last Updated
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Monday Night Football in Week 5 sees the Green Bay Packers heading into Las Vegas to play the Raiders. With the Packers trying to right the ship after a loss and the Raiders looking to salvage their season, this game has huge implications for both teams. And those huge implications also make for considerable ramifications for player props in the betting market. Below, we’ll look at anytime touchdown odds for MNF.

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MNF Anytime Touchdown Odds: Packers at Raiders

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These two defenses are their teams’ weaker links, both in the bottom 10 in Success Rate. That should mean these offenses can score more efficiently, creating more touchdowns. With the Raiders, the chances of a random are rarer, with their two-star weapons getting such huge offensive workloads. The Packers’ diffuse set of options to score means more room for longshot bets.

Getting the game script right is also crucial for anytime touchdown betting. With a coinflip spread, in theory, either team could win, but Green Bay has the best unit on the field with their 12th-ranked offense by EPA. If that holds, then Green Bay getting ahead and the Raiders having to play from behind could be likely.

With that said, choosing between Davante Adams and Josh Jacobs for the Raiders is an incredibly finely balanced choice. There’s little to separate them, so we’re going to have to rely on a little house on Narrative Street to decide to dive into some longer shots.

Packers At Raiders Anytime Touchdown Props To Consider

Davante Adams

As I said above, Adams and Jacobs are both highly likely to be the scorers on any Raiders TD, given the condensed nature of the Raiders offense. Adams has three touchdowns so far this season, but more importantly, he’s playing against his old team. With such a tight choice, the narrative tips it.

Adams has continued to be a beast this season – 8 catches for 99 yards is his average stat line. He’s been peppered with targets, and the Raiders at least have a decent chance of trailing in this game, with how bad the Raiders D is. If that’s the case, the Raiders are gonna throw, and it’s gonna be at Adams.

For the Raiders, getting Adams involved, and potentially even hitting a long shot to him, will be vital in keeping up. Yes, he missed practice earlier in the week, but there’s every reason to believe he’ll be good to go. That, plus the narrative tiebreaker, means we’re rolling with Adams.

Jordan Love

Love has called his own number for touchdowns the last two weeks, and against the 30th-ranked EPA defense, there’s going to be opportunities to do so again. The Packers pivot is getting more comfortable as he plays more, including seeing when the holes are open for him to run.

Love isn’t a guarantee – with two running backs who can be trusted in close, his touchdowns won’t likely come on designed runs. But in more traditional passing actions, Green Bay has always been a fan of giving the QB the option of running up the middle if it’s empty. Following in Aaron Rodgers’ footsteps, Love seems willing to take that option.

If the fact that Love’s done it two straight weeks indicates increased comfort running, then Love makes for an intriguing bet a bit deeper down the odds board.

AJ Dillon

Neither Packers running back seems to want to take control of this backfield, which is both a blessing and a curse for Dillon’s prospects. He’s yet to get into the end zone, but he’s also the Packers running back with the better odds in a backfield where you might as well flip a coin on a week-to-week basis.

Grabbing a running back on the better offense against a defense that is in the bottom three in the league makes perfect sense. In this case, grabbing the one with nearly double the odds makes even more sense because the actual gap in probability is much smaller than the market’s assuming.

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