Colts vs. Jaguars best anytime touchdown scorer picks

Best three anytime touchdown bets to back the Jacksonville offense against Indianapolis in Week 6
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. (1)
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. (1) / Peter van den Berg-USA TODAY Sports

The Jaguars got off to a shaky start to the season, but they seem to be hitting their stride after two straight wins over in London. Trevor Lawrence has led them to 23 and 25 points in each of the last two weeks, but we could see those numbers go up in this matchup. 

The Jaguars started off the season beating the Colts 31-21 and now they get to face their division rivals again. I’m backing the Jacksonville skill players to get it done at home and reach the end zone. Here are my three favorite anytime TD picks. 

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Now, let’s take a look at some anytime TD scorer picks for Jacksonville against Indianapolis. 

Colts vs. Jaguars anytime TD picks

  • Travis Etienne Jr. -120
  • Christian Kirk +165
  • Trevor Lawrence +320

Travis Etienne Jr. 

It’s not huge odds, but Etienne is still a valuable bet to take because he’s taken over the red zone duties from Tank Bigsby lately. Early in the year, it was Bigsby who was hogging all the carries inside the 20, but Etienne now leads the team with eight such attempts for 35 yards and just one touchdown. 

Last week, Etienne had 26 carries for 136 yards and two touchdowns.

Christian Kirk

Calvin Ridley was supposed to be the No. 1 receiver in this offense, but after Week 1, Kirk has overtaken him. Kirk leads the team with 43 targets and 30 receptions, but he only has one touchdown. Ridley had a big game last week, but Kirk is seeing the most targets and both have two receptions in the red zone. At a better price, I’ll bet on Kirk.

Trevor Lawrence 

The Jaguars haven’t been perfect in the red zone, far from it. They’ve struggled to convert drives into touchdowns and that’s largely because of Lawrence’s receivers. It’s likely time for him to use his athleticism and take matters into his own hands.

Lawrence has run the ball five times for 10 yards in the red zone this season and has yet to score a touchdown. That’s the second-most red zone rushing attempt of any quarterback without a score. Only Patrick Mahomes with seven and no touchdowns has more. 

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