Anytime Touchdown Odds: 3 TD Player Props To Consider For Patriots At Cowboys

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Written By Mo Nuwwarah | Last Updated
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NFL Week 4 odds feature the Patriots and Cowboys () battling it out in Big D. In this article, we’ll break down anytime touchdown odds for this matchup and who might be worth an ATTD bet. Find point spreads, total, and moneyline odds at the bottom of the article. For more in-depth Patriots odds and Cowboys odds, be sure to check out our NFL team pages.

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Anytime Touchdown Odds: Patriots At Cowboys

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Patriots At Cowboys Anytime Touchdown Scorer Strategy

The Cowboys are home favorites and the game carries a -point over/under. Implied team totals make the expected final score: Cowboys 25, Patriots 18. That means we should expect three touchdowns from the Cowboys and two for the Patriots.

Tony Pollard is soaking up a lot of the TD equity in the market for Dallas. He has a staggering -180 early number, which equates to nearly a two-thirds chance he finds pay dirt. That’s more chalk than I’m willing to swallow here.

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Cowboys TE Jake Ferguson ()

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott has always shown a tendency to target tight ends in the red zone. He turned Dalton Schultz into a borderline fantasy star and earned the once-anonymous fourth-round pick a nice payday in Houston.

Sure enough, another no-namer, Jake Ferguson, leads the team by a wide margin with nine red zone targets. He has only corralled one in the end zone, but Ferguson might represent decent value against a Patriots team that will obviously be focused on limiting Pollard and CeeDee Lamb.

Cowboys WR Michael Gallup ()

By the same token, you can get an even longer price on Michael Gallup. He also makes for a possible pivot off the chalk against a Bill Belichick defense focused on taking away the top guys.

Gallup has been getting fewer snaps than Brandin Cooks but rates as a superior red-zone target, without a doubt. He has shown a knack for making contested grabs and has 19 spikes in 72 career games, a rate that outstrips his implied probability of around 22% here.

Patriots RB Rhamondre Stevenson ()

The Patriots gave Ezekiel Elliott a sizable share of the carries in Week 3 as they looked not to make a big mistake to let the Jets back in the game. That may have created a buy-low situation on the clear top back in Rhamondre Stevenson.

Against a Dallas run D that got utterly flattened by the lightly regarded Cardinals offense (more than 200 yards rushing), getting Stevenson at plus odds seems pretty good. He’s by far the likeliest Patriot to find the end zone here.

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