NFL Anytime Touchdown Odds: Patriots ATTD Player Props To Consider Vs. Colts In Germany
The NFL is back in Germany this week, meaning Sunday of NFL Week 10 kicks off at 9:30 AM PT. As the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts decamp to Deutschland, there are some solid betting opportunities for Patriots anytime touchdown odds.
With the Patriots’ offense sputtering and the lack of obvious touchdown scorers, getting this market correct could be very profitable. Check the best sports betting sites for the latest betting odds on these markets.
Patriots Anytime Touchdown Strategy
The Patriots haven’t been very run-heavy in offensive situations so far – their two main running backs only combined for five TDs this season. Kendrick Bourne was their lead touchdown scorer with four before suffering a season-ending injury. This means that the Patriots are less predictable than other teams regarding who will score for them if and when they get into the end zone.
The Patriots RBs are overpriced for their actual production this season. They are a disaster for each other, and the market is pricing them like they’re both still valuable players when they’re just hurting each other’s values. Yes, the Colts have given up eight rushing TDs in the last four weeks, but those were against better offenses. If their prices were to drift significantly, one or both might be bettable. At current prices, they’re not.
Given the split between the two running backs and their lack of utility this season, it makes sense to look to the Patriots pass catchers for ATTD bets. Be warned, however – the Patriots have only scored 15 total offensive touchdowns this season. This is not a prolific offense. With fewer touchdowns likely, it’s harder to hit tickets, but there are two bets worth considering.
2 Patriots Anytime Touchdown Bets To Consider
Hunter Henry ()
Of the players who will suit up for the Patriots this week, Hunter Henry is co-leading the team in touchdowns. Mac Jones has also thrown five of his ten TD passes to Tight Ends so far this year. But, for some reason, Henry has drifted in the market.
The Patriots threw to Henry a season-high seven times last week, with Henry being one of the winners from the redistribution of the Bourne target share. Henry is likely your best bet to cash a ticket if the Patriots get a passing touchdown this week.
Mac Jones ()
Even though Jones hasn’t gotten into the end zone yet this season, this is a worthwhile flier. Jones hasn’t found the end zone since Week 3 last year, but he has run the ball 23 times this season. It’s not a stretch that a QB who does run occasionally could find the end zone, especially in this matchup.
The Saints ran Taysom Hill into the end zone twice against the Colts a couple of weeks ago, and they also gave up a pair to Lamar Jackson earlier this season. While Lamar and Taysom are more spry than Mac, it’s still a defensive weakness for the Colts. Jones is worth a look as the latest QB to take advantage of the Colts’ schematic weakness.
Colts vs. Patriots Player Props
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Odds updated November 12th, 2023, at 5:12 pm