NFL Germany Anytime Touchdown Odds: 3 Dolphins ATTD Player Props To Consider Vs. Chiefs
Week 9 odds see the Sunday slate of games kick off in Frankfurt, Germany, as the Miami Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs battle for playoff seeding in the AFC. With two of the best teams in the league, this game has a total of . Having that many projected points on the board provides plenty of opportunity to consider Dolphins anytime touchdown odds.
With their electric offense, here are three options for Dolphins ATTDs. Check out the best sports betting sites before making any bets. Getting the best price is key to profitability. TheLines.com senior writer Mo Nuwwarah has also found his favorite Chiefs anytime touchdowns.
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Dolphins Anytime Touchdown Strategy
With Miami favored to score three or more touchdowns, there are a lot of opportunities for Dolphins anytime touchdown bets. The problem for bettors looking to take advantage of those markets is of their 35 offensive touchdowns so far this season, two people have scored 20. Raheem Mostert (12) and Tyreek Hill (eight) count for most of their touchdowns, and rookie RB DeVon Achane – out injured currently – accounts for another five.
When the Dolphins score, they tend to do it with the same few people. Betting on too many deeper shots hasn’t paid off with this team. Despite their gaudy scoring totals, nobody has more than one TD outside Achane or the big 3. Nor do they have a rushing QB to exploit, as the Dolphins have limited how much Tua runs given his concussions. That said, there’s value on the board when betting Dolphins anytime touchdown bets.
3 Dolphins Anytime Touchdown Bets To Consider
Raheem Mostert ()
It’s the chalk play, but Mostert is not being priced like the elite touchdown scorer he is. He’s scored 12/36 offensive touchdowns for the Dolphins, he has at least one TD in 6 of 8 games, and Achane isn’t here to take opportunities. He should be getting the Christian McCaffrey treatment in terms of price, but he’s not.
Against the Chiefs’ 31st-ranked EPA rush defense, Mostert should be able to find some holes to rush through. And given his monopoly on the red zone work in the absence of Achane, he should be able to get one if the opportunity arises.
Jaylen Waddle ()
Waddle had been relatively quiet in recent weeks before exploding for 121 yards and a TD against New England. That said, his three TDs this season have come in the last four weeks, and the Chiefs will likely put up a stiff defense against their former teammate in Tyreek Hill.
Tyreek has gotten more TDs than Waddle, but in the last four weeks since Waddle’s been unambiguously healthy, Waddle’s gotten 37 targets. With that reliable workload, the chances he can take one of those to the end zone or get a shot in it is better than this price.
Braxton Berrios ()
Berrios has only found the end zone once this season, but of the fringe options in the Dolphins offense, he’s got probably the most reliable role. Third on the team in targets and catches, Berrios is the only player outside the central three Dolphins skill position players who can be sure of work on a week-to-week basis. If anyone from outside the big three will get into the end zone this week, it’s likely Berrios.
2023 Dolphins Player Stats
|Player||GP Games Played||ATT Rushing Attempts||YDS Rushing Yards||YDS/C Yards Per Carry||YDS/G Rushing Yards Per Game||TDS Rushing Touchdowns|
|Raheem Mostert – RB||12||162||828||5.1||69.0||14|
|De’Von Achane – RB||6||56||534||9.5||89.0||7|
|Darrynton Evans – RB||6||32||121||3.8||20.2||1|
|Jeff Wilson Jr. – RB||5||22||96||4.4||19.2||0|
|Chris Brooks – RB||6||15||94||6.3||15.7||0|
|Salvon Ahmed – RB||8||22||61||2.8||7.6||1|
|Tua Tagovailoa – QB||12||27||40||1.5||3.3||0|
|Erik Ezukanma – WR||2||5||22||4.4||11.0||0|
|Tyreek Hill – WR||12||5||15||3.0||1.3||0|
|Braxton Berrios – WR||11||1||11||11.0||1.0||0|
|Jaylen Waddle – WR||11||2||10||5.0||0.9||0|
|Mike White – QB||4||5||-7||-1.4||-1.8||0|
|Player||GP Games Played||TGTS Targets||REC Receptions||YDS Receiving Yards||CTP% Catch Percentage||YDS/R Yards Per Reception||YAC/G Yards After Catch Per Game||TDS Receiving Touchdowns|
|Tyreek Hill – WR||12||127||93||1,481||73.2%||15.9||50.3||12|
|Jaylen Waddle – WR||11||83||57||743||68.7%||13.0||28.5||3|
|Braxton Berrios – WR||11||26||20||194||76.9%||9.7||6.1||1|
|Durham Smythe – TE||11||25||18||178||72.0%||9.9||6.7||0|
|Cedrick Wilson Jr. – WR||10||19||12||171||63.2%||14.3||2.7||2|
|Raheem Mostert – RB||12||28||21||166||75.0%||7.9||16.0||2|
|Robbie Chosen – WR||5||4||3||107||75.0%||35.7||6.0||1|
|River Cracraft – WR||6||10||8||103||80.0%||12.9||6.7||1|
|De’Von Achane – RB||6||16||13||101||81.3%||7.8||22.7||2|
|Salvon Ahmed – RB||8||23||16||88||69.6%||5.5||13.6||1|
|Jeff Wilson Jr. – RB||5||10||9||67||90.0%||7.4||10.2||0|
|Chase Claypool – WR||7||16||5||66||31.3%||13.2||1.7||1|
|Darrynton Evans – RB||6||12||7||49||58.3%||7.0||11.5||0|
|Tanner Conner – TE||3||0||0||0||0.0%||0.0||0.0||0|
|Erik Ezukanma – WR||2||1||0||0||0.0%||0.0||0.0||0|
|Tyler Kroft – TE||7||0||0||0||0.0%||0.0||0.0||0|
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