Bills vs Patriots Player Props: Anytime Touchdown Picks Include Josh Allen, Dawson Knox, More
Joshua Bessex/Getty Images. Pictured: Josh Allen (left) and Dawson Knox.
- Gilles Gallant has you covered in the Anytime Touchdown market this season.
- For Bills vs. Patriots on Thursday Night Football, he has three bets to find the end zone.
- Check out Gallant's picks and breakdowns below.
ATD +200 (FanDuel)
The Bills quarterback leads his team in rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and first downs gained on the ground. He’s done most of that damage with his feet away from Buffalo, with all of his rushing TDs this season coming on the road.
Allen didn’t score in three games last season against the Patriots, but it wasn’t for a lack of trying. He had 24 rushing attempts and 8.6 yards per carry against New England, including three red-zone carries.
Lamar Jackson and Justin Fields both ran over the Patriots earlier this season and scored. I like Allen to do the same, playing assertively and making a statement on Thursday Night Football.
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ATD +310 (DraftKings)
Knox only has two touchdown catches this season, but he’s still an integral part of the Bills offense.
New England has given up eight touchdowns to tight ends this season, which are the second most in the NFL this season. Knox also had two touchdowns in last year’s playoff matchup and scored in New England last year in December.
These are the highest odds of the season for Knox. With this matchup, there’s no way I’m passing on him.
ATD +430 (FanDuel)
Henry is second on the Patriots in touchdown catches and red-zone targets. He finally got on the board in Week 12 on Thanksgiving against the Vikings, and he could have had more.
This Bills defense is tough. Buffalo is one of two teams that hasn’t allowed a touchdown to an opposing tight end this season. The Bills have given up 14 passing touchdowns this season, though, including seven in their last three games.
There’s no Patriots wide receiver I’d trust my life with in terms of scoring a touchdown, so I’ll bet Henry and his strong track record of finding the end zone.
Need another reason to bet Henry? Well, he has scored in five of the six games he’s played in his career on Thursday Night Football.