NFL Saturday Anytime Touchdown Odds: Texans Vs. Colts ATTD Week 18 Player Prop Bets To Consider

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Written By Mo Nuwwarah | Last Updated
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NFL Week 18 odds feature the Texans and Colts on Saturday night, as the AFC South teams play a de facto playoff game, per NFL clinching scenarios. In this article, we’ll break down anytime touchdown odds for this matchup and who from the Texans and Colts might be worth an ATTD bet.

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Anytime Touchdown Odds: Texans at Colts

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Texans at Colts Anytime Touchdown Scorer Strategy

The Colts are home underdogs, and the game carries a -point over/under. Implied team totals make the expected final score: Texans 24, Colts 23. That means we should expect three touchdowns from each team.

In a high-scoring game (by 2023-24 standards), the touchdown markets have naturally been depressed a bit in terms of payout. Jonathan Taylor has an especially short price as he’s been getting all of the work he can handle with Zack Moss injured. But with Houston doing strong work against the run (top six entering Week 17 in both EPA/play and Success Rate), I’ve opted to fade that spot and look at some others.

Texans At Colts ATTD Scorer Bets

Will Texans TE Dalton Schultz score a touchdown? ()

Indianapolis has been one of the weaker teams defending tight ends this year, ranking eight-worst in fantasy points allowed to the position. And Schultz has returned to the lineup healthy along with CJ Stroud, resetting the combination that teamed up for almost 600 yards and 5 TDs.

Perhaps most importantly, Schultz figures to act as the de facto WR2 in this spot. Nico Collins has reclaimed his alpha role, but Noah Brown and Robert Woods both look likely to miss this game with injuries. Schultz should get all the snaps he can handle, and with a friendly matchup on tap, he’s in a good spot to spike.

Collins looks like a reasonable bet as well. But I’d rather gun for the longer payout here on a guy who has matched Collins’ red-zone production for much of the season.

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Will Colts WR Michael Pittman Jr. score a touchdown? ()

Given Houston’s strength against the run, the Colts figure to look to the air when it comes time to score. Especially considering these Houston DBs can be beaten — the Texans rank below average in EPA/play allowed, Success Rate and defense DVOA.

Pittman’s the man in that department, for sure. Even in a low-volume week when the team leaned on its running game after building a lead, Pittman led the team in targets and receptions and easily leads in both on the season.

Gardner Minshew will be looking Pittman’s way, and his payout is quite a bit more generous than that of Taylor. Especially considering Pittman out-snapped Taylor with ease last week, 50 to 35.

Will Colts TE Mo Alie-Cox score a touchdown? ()

Those looking to play a longer-priced option can speculate on Alie-Cox. The lumbering blocker has a price about twice that of Kylen Granson despite the fact they played almost an equal number of snaps last week (62% to 61% in Granson’s favor.

Granson has been a bigger part of the passing game in general this year, with 49 targets to Alie-Cox’s 18. However, Alie-Cox tends to be in there when the team gets near the goal line due to his blocking skills, and he’ll then take advantage of defenses loading the box by scoring in the play-action. He’s spiked three times against just one for Granson.

And Houston is actually one of the few teams worse at defending TEs than the Colts, ranking fourth-worst in fantasy points allowed.

Best of luck with your NFL anytime touchdown odds bets.

Colts TD Scorer Stats

Player GP Games Played CMP% Completion Percentage YDS Passing Yards YDS/G Yards Per Game YDS/C Yards Per Completion TDS Passing Touchdowns INT Interceptions thrown RTG Passer Rating
Player GP Games Played INT Interceptions PD Passes Defended FF Fumbles Forced FR Fumbles Recovered SACK QB Sacks TOT Total Tackles SOLO Solo Tackles AST Assisted Tackles

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