NFL TNF Anytime Touchdown Odds: 2 Denver Broncos TD Player Props To Consider
A divisional affair between Kansas City Chiefs odds and Denver Broncos odds officially kicks off NFL Week 6. The Chiefs are favorites, and the Broncos are set at to win outright. The total is priced at . In this breakdown for NFL Week 6 odds, you’ll find two names on Denver to consider for your wagers on anytime touchdown odds.
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What Are NFL ATTD Odds?
Before choosing certain skill position players, let’s analyze the market. Typically coined “ATD odds” or “ATTD odds,” this prop has become one of the most popular NFL betting markets.
As you’ll see below, most players are labeled as plus money. Couple that with an exhilarating outcome for NFL bettors and viewers alike, and the craze around anytime touchdown odds shouldn’t be a surprise. Remember that you’ll win your wager(s) if the given player scores a rushing, receiving, defensive, or special teams touchdown. Therefore, passing scores don’t count for this prop at NFL betting sites. Should you select a quarterback to score, he must do so on the ground or via the receiving end.
Let’s delve into two sets of ATD odds for bettors to watch for — with a week’s worth of pizza money.
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RB Javonte Williams ()
If you’re gunshy of banking on Williams to find paydirt, it’s warranted. Although he’s presumably set to return from a quad injury, Denver’s 37.3% rushing play rate ranks No. 27 across the NFL. That low percentage correlates to a predominantly negative game script, along with Sean Payton’s questionable selection of play calls, which even he alluded to after the Broncos’ most recent loss.
Expect Payton to emphasize the ground game more in an AFC West matchup. Not only is Williams the Broncos’ premier between-the-tackles option, but the Chiefs have also allowed the fifth-most EPA per carry. Thus, the red-zone touches should present themselves if Russell Wilson & Co. avoid another early deficit.
Plus, Kansas City is tied for the eighth-lowest red-zone conversion rate allowed. I’d anticipate some regression for TNF betting odds.
TE Adam Trautman ()
Dissimilar to the Chiefs’ vulnerability against the run, defensive coordinator Steve Spagnolo has his unit ranked No. 5 in EPA per dropback allowed. However, their struggles defending tight ends remain from last season. Kansas City has surrendered the eighth-most receptions to the position. Most recently, the Vikings’ T.J. Hockenson hauled five grabs (on eight targets) for 51 yards. While he didn’t manufacture a touchdown, that has plenty to do with the Chiefs’ stingy red-zone coverage overall.
Denver’s passing attack has relied on a below-average target depth (aDOT). In Week 5, Wilson tallied the second-fewest air yards among qualified QBs. Trautman isn’t a downfield threat by any stretch. As long as Greg Dulcich (hamstring) is on the sideline, Trautman is worth a sprinkle — with the matchup and Payton’s approach through the air in mind.
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