Titans vs Packers Player Props: Anytime Touchdown Picks for Allen Lazard, Ryan Tannehill, More
Stacy Revere/Getty Images. Pictured: Allen Lazard.
- Gilles Gallant has you covered in the Anytime Touchdown market this season.
- For Titans vs. Packers on Thursday Night Football, Gallant has made three bets on players to find the end zone.
- Check out his bets and breakdowns below.
ATD +200 (FanDuel)
Despite a potential breakout performance from Christian Watson against the Cowboys, Lazard is still the guy you want to bet for Packers receiving touchdowns.
Lazard missed two games earlier this season but still leads the Packers in targets, red-zone targets and, most importantly, receiving touchdowns. Now, he gets a great matchup.
The Titans defense has been routinely beaten by wide receivers this season. Tennessee has allowed 11 receiving touchdowns to WRs this year and ranks in the bottom five in yards and receptions allowed to the position.
Watson isn’t a bad option, but I’ll stick with Lazard to perform a Lambeau Leap on Thursday night.
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ATD +650 (0.5 units, FanDuel)
Yes, I’m going to keep trying to make Tannehill rushing touchdowns a thing.
I know he’s only run for one this season, but this Packers defense has routinely struggled against the run, ranking 26th in rushing yards allowed and 30th in Football Outsiders’ Rush DVOA.
Derrick Henry is obviously going to get most of the carries, but we’ve seen him act as a decoy near the goal line before. That last happened in Week 4 against the Raiders, which let Tannehill run into the end zone.
I almost considered Henry to score twice at +400 since he’s a shoe-in for at least 20 carries in this game. At these odds, though, I’ll take another swing on Tannehill.
For what it’s worth, the Titans last played in Green Bay two seasons ago, and Tannehill ran for a 45-yard touchdown.
ATD +950 (0.5 units, FanDuel)
For someone who had six rushing touchdowns in the previous two seasons, it’s very surprising that Rodgers hasn’t scored with his legs yet this year.
Last time the Titans played in primetime, we saw Patrick Mahomes run for more than 50 yards and a touchdown in the second half alone. At these odds, I’ll put one-half unit on Rodgers to see if he takes initiative to find the end zone himself once.