NFL London Anytime Touchdown Odds: 3 TD Player Props To Consider For Falcons vs. Jaguars
Sunday’s Week 4 NFL action kicks off with an early morning affair from London, England. We have a few different options across the best sports betting sites for Jaguars vs. Falcons odds. Anytime touchdown player props are a great way to get in on the fun as players (or defenses and special teams) can score in any number of ways to cash your bet. Passing touchdowns are the only type of TD that doesn’t count towards the ATTD market. Before betting on Falcons at Jaguars touchdown scoring markets, make sure to take a look at the best sportsbook promo codes available in your area.
NFL London Anytime Touchdown Odds: Falcons vs. Jaguars
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Falcons vs. Jaguars Anytime Touchdown Scorer Strategy
With the total at , the betting market is projecting a maximum of four or five TDs in London. Both teams are adept at limiting the other team’s strengths, making this one ripe for a defensive, grind-it-out type of battle.
Atlanta will travel across the pond with an offense ranked 26th in total yards from scrimmage, Jacksonville at 17th. Both teams are in the bottom ten when it comes to average time on offense, meaning both punters are likely going to be busy. Maybe England’s soccer fans will appreciate a lot of kicking.
The Falcons are a run-first team, but the Jaguars’ defensive strength lies in its ability to bottle up rushers. Jacksonville has limited opponents to the 7th-fewest rushing yards, while Arthur Smith’s offense relies on the run more often than all but five other teams in the league. Conversely, the Jaguars pass the ball 60% of the time, which could be a problem against Atlanta’s 4th-ranked passing defense.
Falcons vs. Jaguars ATTD Scorer Bets
Falcons RB Tyler Allgeier ()
If we’re going with a Falcons RB to score in this one, the value lies with Allgeier over the sensational rookie Bijan Robinson. Robinson is a star in the making and has a much more attractive 72% snap share compared to his backups’ 42%.
Allgeier, however, gets almost all of the goal-line carries with an 80% snap share inside the 10-yard line. He also sees the ball more inside the red zone, with eight touches to Bijan’s seven. In short, the rook might be on the field more, but Allgeier touches the ball just as often and much more in scoring situations.
Jacksonville has one of the best red zone defenses to date this season. Despite 12 trips inside its own 20, opposing offenses have only reached the end zone five times. This is something to keep in mind while using bankroll management on a Falcons player ATTD bet.
Jaguars TE Evan Engram ()
Atlanta may give up a ton of rushing yards to opposing RBs, but they’ve only allowed one score on the ground. Comparing that to five passing TDs, two of them to opposing TEs, moves my attention to Evan Engram.
Engram is finally meeting expectations this season. He has the third-most targets among his position and the second-most yards. It’s a bit concerning that he hasn’t seen a red-zone target from QB Trevor Lawrence, but after a brutal loss to the Texans last week, expect Lawrence to try something new.
At 3-1, I’ll take a small flier on Engram to reach pay dirt for the first time this season while overseas.
Jacksonville D/ST (+700 DraftKings)
Picking a team to score a defensive touchdown is not a surefire bet by any means. When it hits, though, it’s incredibly fun. I’m going to bet 0.1 units on Jacksonville to score via its defense or special teams in a game that doesn’t incite a lot of offensive excitement.
Atlanta only has two turnovers on offense this season: an interception and a fumble. The Jaguars, however, have forced their opponents over six times via two INTs and a fumble. Despite how much the Falcons want to run the ball, they won’t have an easy time doing it. They’ll likely be forced to pass more than they want Desmond Ridder to, leading to increased opportunities to pick him off.
Regarding special teams, Jacksonville is in the top ten in both punt and kick return yards. They also have two of the top five longest returns overall on the season. Let’s see if they can rip off their first non-offensive TD of the season.
Falcons vs. Jaguars Player Props
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