NFL Week 18 Anytime Touchdown Odds: Bears Vs. Packers ATTD Player Prop Bets To Consider
Week 18 sees Green Bay with a “win and in” scenario for the second straight season. Once again, an eliminated NFC North rival can deprive them of the playoff spot. With the Bears able to spoil Green Bay, this game will be exciting for both sides. That excitement also makes anytime touchdown odds at sports betting sites a great market to look at this week.
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Bears Vs. Packers Anytime Touchdown Odds
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Bears anytime touchdown bets to consider
Fields will need to use his legs if the Bears are going to be competitive in this game. One of the only remotely successful things the Bears managed in Week 1 was using Fields as a rusher. Joe Barry’s defenses are notoriously bad against the rush, with the Packers ranking 23rd by EPA. If the Bears are going to succeed where they failed last time, using the threat of Fields as more of a runner – especially in option formations – will be crucial.
With that said, Fields has been rushing a lot more since his injury return. Touchdowns in 3 of his last four for the Bears QB has helped keep the Bears momentum going. The GB defense hasn’t played a proper running back recently, but even Tommy Devito managed 71 yards on the ground against them. If a bad running QB can do that against them, it’s slightly terrifying as a Packers fan to think what Fields might do. That said, as an unbiased bettor, it’s also quite exciting to think he can get a touchdown this week.
The Packers have been a mess against Tight Ends this season, giving up TDs to them in 5 of their last seven games. That hasn’t always been TE1 for teams – Noah Grey got one while Travis Kelce went scoreless – but Kmet has the right mix of volume and talent. The Bears’ offense should well exploit the Packers’ weakness across the middle. More importantly, however, Kmet has recently been a key to the Bears’ mini-surge.
Averaging 5+ catches a game in the last four weeks, Kmet has been one of Justin Fields’ more reliable targets. The fact that the Bears are underdogs in this game only increases the chances the Bears have to pass. The Bears will likely need to pass against a Packers offense that’s 3rd in both EPA and Success Rate since Week 13. And if they’re going to be successful, that will likely look like a lot of Kmet. Either by scoring a long one or with a goal-line pass, Kmet to get in makes a lot of sense.
Packers anytime touchdown bets to consider
RB Aaron Jones
Jones failed us on Sunday night football last week, but his usage was encouraging. The fact he didn’t get in on 20 carries is more than slightly surprising, but the Vikings’ defense was so bad there was limited goal-line work. If the Packers can continue to be a slightly more balanced offense, Jones should continue to get carries.
The Packers were a big play-dependent offense earlier in the season, but that’s faded a lot down the stretch. Earlier in the season, the Packers would regularly rate out better by EPA than their ranking by Success Rate. Usually, an indicator that an offense is boom or bust is that those two numbers have met. Third by both, the Packers still have big play ability, but Jones has steadied the offense in a real and clear way since coming back from injury.
Jones also scored twice against the Bears in Week 1. He’s got 7 TDs in his last 5 games against the Bears, as well. Trusting him to find pay dirt again makes a lot of sense.
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QB Jordan Love
Now that the games mean just that bit more, Jordan Love has been more confident calling his number in close. During the last two weeks, he’s been rushed only four times, but he’s managed to get in twice. If Green Bay needs him to run, he’s shown more comfort with doing so when necessary.
Taylor Heinicke – a similarly “can run” QB, like Love – got in last week on nine yards per carry. The Bears held Kyler out of the end zone the week before, but even Murray could get over 30 yards rushing. The Bears are susceptible to rushes from QBs. Love’s recalcitrance to rushing when needed seems to be abating. And as someone expecting Green Bay’s offense to roll on, there’ll be a lot of touchdowns to go around.
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