MNF Anytime Touchdown Odds: 3 TD Player Props To Consider For Seahawks At Giants
With Week 4 of the NFL season coming to a close on Monday Night Football, there will be a lot of options at the best sports betting sites for Seahawks vs. Giants odds. The anytime touchdown and first TD scorer props are one of the most popular props. Between the fun of a quarterback running one in or a wide receiver cashing with an insane catch, anytime touchdown odds have become a fan favorite. The Giants sit at on the spread and on the moneyline to win.
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SEAHAWKS GIANTS ANYTIME TOUCHDOWN SCORER STRATEGY
Bettors looking to ATTD odds this week should compare game totals. With the Over/Under bouncing around 47 points, there will be a decent amount of points scored in this game compared to others. The Giants did log four touchdowns in their Week 2 victory against the Cardinals. The Seahawks on the other hand have scored seven touchdowns the last two weeks and have the third most redzone trips of any team in the league with 13. That said, a few plays make sense in the ATTD market.
SEAHAWKS GIANTS ANYTIME TOUCHDOWN SCORER BETS
Giants QB Daniel Jones ()
I’m going back to the well with Jones, as he recorded his first rushing touchdown in Week 2 against the Cardinals. The team struggled to move the ball last week, amassing a mere 3.3 yards per play and only entering the red zone once. The Seahawks’ defense is a massive step down in class, so I expect the Giants offense to bounce back this week. The offense is at its best when Saquan Barkley is healthy and Jones is using his legs to beat opponents. Seattle has yet to allow a touchdown to a quarterback this year, but I expect Daboll to call his quarterback’s number inside the 10 in what should be a relatively high-scoring game.
Seahawks RB Zach Charbonnet ()
Charbonnet nearly found the end zone last week as he trucked Panthers’ safety Sam Franklin Jr. at the one-yard line before stepping out of bounds. He’s yet to notch his first NFL touchdown, but I expect it to come this week.
The Seahawks running back workload is getting interesting, to say the least. Kenneth Walker’s snap count through in the first three weeks went as follows: 63% in Week 1, 61% in Week 2, and 51% last week. Meanwhile, Charbonnet has seen a steady uptick, from 24% in Week 1 to 26% in Week 2 and 43% last week.
As far as red zone carries go, Charbonnet has five compared to Walker’s 13. Walker is still the lead back, but maybe we’re due for a Charbonnet breakout performance in prime time. The snap count of late shows there could be value here on an ATD from the rookie back.
Giants WR Isaiah Hodgins ()
Hodgins is the only wide receiver who has caught a touchdown pass for starters. We’ve already noted that the Giants have faced a few stiff defenses. On the other hand, the Seahawks’ defense is much more generous, particularly to wide receivers. The Seahawks have yielded five touchdowns to wide receivers thus far, which is second only to the Chargers (six). I’m skeptical of Jones as a passer, but a matchup against a struggling Seattle defense has me eyeing Hodgins here. The Giants have only eight red zone trips, but Hodgins does have two targets in those trips. Let’s back Hodgins to notch his second anytime TD Monday night and make himself the clear number 1 option in New York.
Best of luck if you are betting anytime touchdown odds Monday night.
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