SNF Anytime Touchdown Odds: 2 TD Player Props To Consider For Chiefs At Jets
NFL Week 4 odds feature what was supposed to be a marquee matchup on SNF between Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers. Unfortunately, another injury has scuttled that, and the Chiefs enter as large favorites over the Jets. In this article, we’ll break down anytime touchdown odds for this matchup and who might be worth an ATTD bet. Find point spread, total, and moneyline odds at the bottom of the article. For more in-depth Chiefs odds and Jets odds, as well as a breakdown of Sunday Night Football odds, be sure to check out our NFL team pages and island game pages.
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Sunday Night Football Anytime Touchdown Odds: Chiefs At Jets
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Chiefs At Jets Anytime Touchdown Scorer Strategy
The Jets are home underdogs and the game carries a -point over/under. Implied team totals make the expected final score Chiefs 26, Jets 17. That means we should expect up to four touchdowns from the Chiefs and two for the Jets.
As for who will score them, I’m looking at a frustrated Jets running back and a Chiefs wide receiver who may be coming into his own already.
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Jets RB Breece Hall ()
To be honest, I can’t say I’m terribly excited for the Jets offense in this spot. Obviously, good luck finding anyone remotely high on Zach Wilson, but I also entered the season on record that this Chiefs defense could be special. They’ve played very well thus far, and the coordinating of Steve Spagnuolo remains great. That should be lethal against a QB as poor and mentally broken as Wilson.
But if anyone does score for the Jets, I think there’s a very strong chance it’s Breece Hall. The Jets seem to have understandably tired of Dalvin Cook’s mediocrity already. They gave Hall a large portion of the snaps in Week 3, although it didn’t show up on the stat sheet because the Jets couldn’t open any holes and they played much of the game from behind.
Against a Chiefs defense that remains a bit soft against the run (25th in EPA/play allowed as they continue to focus on limiting opposing passing games) Hall should find some more room. He isn’t priced that far from Cook’s TD prop () and I think that’s creating possible value on the young gun.
Chiefs WR Rashee Rice ()
Rashee Rice looks like a potentially sneaky play in a spot where Travis Kelce is soaking up a lot of the touchdown equity for the Chiefs.
Not only does Rice’s three red-zone targets tie him for second on the team with Skyy Moore, but he has done fine work with them. He spiked twice already, and he got stopped at the 1-yard line twice in Week 3.
Rice is priced well behind Moore in this market, but as the more physical player, he may ultimately have an edge by season’s end in scoring opportunities. If you’re looking for a longer shot, Rice is worth a look.
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