(The Spread) – Which player will score the first touchdown tonight when the Patriots host the Texans in an AFC battle on Monday Night Football? Let’s check out the odds.
Oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv have released player and team props for tonight’s big matchup, including odds for which player will score the first touchdown in the game. Arian Foster is the current favorite at 11/2, while Stevan Ridley is 6/1 and “the field” has odds of 13/2.
Patriots’ tight end Aaron Hernandez and teammate Wes Welker are both 7/1, respectively, to score the first touchdown in tonight’s game, while Andre Johnson of the Texans is 15/2. Owen Daniels is 9/1, Brandon Lloyd is 11/1, and Ben Tate, Danny Woodhead, Justin Forsett and Shane Vereen are all 16/1, respectively.
Continuing with the prop odds, Kevin Walter is 18/1 to score the first touchdown pass while James Casey and Keshawn Martin are both 22/1, respectively. Garrett Graham is 25/1, as is Lestar Jean, while Daniel Fells, Donte’ Stallworth and Tom Brady are all 30/1, respectively. Matt Schaub is 40/1 and “No TD scored in the game” has long-shot odds of 65/1.
The Patriots are currently 6-point favorites against the Texans according to Bovada.lv, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 52 points. Kickoff for tonight’s game is scheduled for 8:30PM ET.