TNF Anytime Touchdown Odds: 2 Jaguars ATTD Player Props To Consider vs. Saints
The Jacksonville Jaguars (4-2) kick off Week 7 of the NFL season on Thursday Night Football against the New Orleans Saints (3-3). The Jags are slight road underdogs in the contest, with starting QB Trevor Lawrence on the injury report. The point total for the game is set at . That Over/Under is low partly due to injuries, the Saints’ disruptive defense, and an overall decline in scoring this year in the NFL. This week, we have to be creative and conservative in betting TNF anytime touchdown odds.
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Saints Jaguars Anytime Touchdown Odds Strategy
This matchup is particularly tricky when it comes to dissecting TNF anytime touchdown odds. With a low over/under, it’s implied that touchdown opportunities will be scant. With injuries to both starting quarterbacks, betting on the pass-catching weapons may be a risky proposition. Instead, let’s look to some tried and true workhorse players for each team.
Lawrence suffered a knee injury in Week 6. As of Tuesday, he said he’s going to do everything he can to play. He was spotted on the practice field in a knee brace. On Wednesday, the Jaguars signed a third QB to their active roster.
Even if he suits up, swelling around the knee could decrease performance. To make matters worse, two starting offensive linemen – Walker Little and Brandon Scherff – did not practice on Tuesday. Little has primarily lined up at left tackle but bumped inside to guard against the Bills in Week 5; he did not play in Week 6.
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WR Calvin Ridley ()
After Week 1, Ridley looked to be the only pass-catching target for Jacksonville, sucking up 11 targets, including five on the first drive of the season alone. He capped the opening drive with a touchdown. Since then, he’s found pay dirt just one other time, in a two-target, 19-yard performance against Atlanta. But running mate – and red zone target leader for the Jags – Zay Jones missed last week with an injury and logged a DNP on Tuesday. Should Jones not go, Ridley becomes the top threat to score, regardless of who suits up at QB. (Note: CJ Beathard is the backup to Lawrence.)
TE Brenton Strange ()
While Evan Engram is the top TE target on the team, Engram has zero red zone receptions yet this season. The TE leader in red zone targets is, in fact, Brenton Strange, although those targets are scant (just two). He hauled in both opportunities, one of which went for a touchdown. The rookie saw his snap count rise in each of the last five weeks, and he received a season-high three targets last week, including a TD. With the Saints’ top defenders like Marshon Lattimore focused on Ridley, the Jags may need to go elsewhere around the goal line.
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