The Seattle Seahawks are fresh off a massive win on Monday night against the Philadelphia Eagles and now head to Tennessee to take on the Titans in a Week 16 interconference matchup.
You can check out the full odds for the game, as well as Jovan Alford's best bet, in his betting preview here.
In this article, I'm going to be focusing on one of my favorite types of prop bets; anytime touchdown scorers. These bets are simple. If the player you bet on scores a touchdown, your wager wins! So, I'm going to give you three players I'm betting on to find the end zone this weekend.
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Best TD Bets for Seahawks vs. Titans
- Jaxon Smith-Njigba Anytime TD
- Jake Bobo Anytime TD
- Tyjae Spears Anytime TD
Jaxon Smith-Njigba Anytime TD
Jaxon Smith-Njigba has improved on a weekly basis this season and has become an integral part of this Seahawks offense. No play by him has been bigger than Monday night's game-winning touchdowns against the Eagles.
He has now hauled in at least four receptions in three straight games which makes him a valuable bet to make at his current odds to find the end zone once more.
Jake Bobo Anytime TD
Targeting Seahawks receivers is going to be a strong strategy this week due to the weakness of the Titans' defense being their secondary, so why not take a shot on a longshot and bet on Jake Bobo to find the end zone?
Bobo played around a quarter of the Seahawks' offensive snaps last week so he's going to get chance to get the ball thrown his way. He already has two touchdowns on the season as well, so getting him north of 10/1 seems like a pretty good bet for Week 16.
Tyjae Spears Anytime TD
If you can stomach betting on a member of the Titans to score a touchdown in this game, you have to consider running back, Tyjae Spears, who has slowly begun to take over duties at the position over Derrick Henry. He has played over two thirds of the snaps in two of the last three weeks and is averaging and is averaging a solid 4.73 yards per rush on the season.
It's only a matter of time before he scores his second touchdown of the season.
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