- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have -190 odds to score Over 0.5 touchdowns in the first quarter.
- The Buccaneers have scored a first-quarter touchdown in six games this season.
TAMPA, Fla. – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are ready to put their two-game skid to an end in Week 11 of Monday Night Football against the New York Giants.
Not only are the Bucs favorites to end their two-game losing streak, but online betting sites have them favored to hit the ground running with near 1 to 2 odds to score a first-quarter touchdown.
Total Touchdowns 1st Quarter – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Over 0.5 -190
- Under 0.5 +145
Starting Off Hot
The Buccaneers NFL prop bet is favoring them to score an opening quarter touchdown as they have scored a first-quarter touchdown in six of their nine games this season. This includes four of their last five.
The Bucs lost to their division rival, New Orleans Saints, and the Washington Football Team after being seen as a 10-point favorite. Regardless, Brady knows how to bounce back after a loss.
Since 2018, Brady has lost back-to-back games in each of the three seasons. Twice, he scored a touchdown in the first quarter in the game following.
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The Bucs are the highest-scoring first-quarter team in the NFL as they average 7.3 points per first quarter and in their last three they’ve put up 9.3. At home, they are averaging 10.5 points per first quarter, indicating the odds look to be worth it.
Something else to keep in mind here is that while the Giants have allowed just two first-quarter touchdowns all season, both of them have come in their last two games.
With that, not only can their odds for Over 0.5 touchdowns in the first quarter be taken, but so can their 6.5-point first-quarter point total.
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