The final international game of the NFL season is an AFC battle between the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots in Germany on Sunday morning.
With it being a stand alone game in the morning, let's try to have some fun with it and place a few extra prop bets. The ones I'm targeting in this article are anytime touchdown scorers. All we need for these bets to cash is for the player we bet on to find the end zone. if they do, the bet will win.
If you want my best bet for every game on the Week 10 slate, you can find them in the latest edition of the Road to 272 Bets here.
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Best anytime TD bets for Colts vs. Patriots
- Jonathan Taylor Anytime TD (-135)
- Michael Pittman Jr. Anytime TD (+180)
- Demario Douglas Anytime TD (+220)
Jonathan Taylor Anytime TD (-135)
I understand that -135 odds isn't exactly anything to write home about, but Jonathan Taylor is an increasingly good bet to score on a weekly basis. He snap rate has increased in each game he's played in this season since returning from injury, including last week when he played a season-high 74% of snaps.
He's taking back his role as the clear No. 1 running back so let's go ahead and bet on him to score his fourth TD of the season.
Michael Pittman Jr. Anytime TD (+180)
If any receiver for the Colts is going to score on Sunday morning, let's bank on it being Michael Pittman. He has 29 more targets than any other player on the team, 17 more receptions than anyone else, and 110 more receiving yards than anyone else. He also has the most receiving touchdowns on the team with three.
I'm shocked we're still able to bet on him to find the end zone at +180 odds.
Demario Douglas Anytime TD (+220)
If you can stomach betting on a member of the Patriots, then the player to bet on is Demario Douglas. He has been fantastic in recent games, hauling in five receptions in each of his last two starts.
With Kendrick Bourne sidelined for the rest of the season, Douglas has become a primary target in the passing game. It's only a matter of time before he scores a touchdown and at +220, he's worth a bet to do exactly that this Sunday.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
You can check out all of Iain's bets here!