TNF Miami Dolphins vs. Baltimore Ravens Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets
Here are we! Week 10 of the NFL season is already here, we've reached the halfway point together. We have also managed a decent-sized profit with our anytime touchdown picks so far this season and I'm looking to really grow that here in the second half with you. With more information comes better opportunities for us to hit on these anytime touchdown picks. Week 9 didn't go exactly how we would have liked. There were the improbable upsets of the Jaguars over the Bills, Broncos over the Cowboys, the Cardinals without Kyler Murray and Deandre Hopkins over the 49ers, and the Titans over the Rams in their first game with life without Derrick Henry.
I tweeted out that I've already set a reminder on my phone for the weekend of November 6, 2022, as Daylight Savings is the NFL weekend to be careful. As it seems like half of the teams were still sleeping in Week 9. Luckily they have now had a week to settle in and we can bet again with confidence! Week 10 has some heavy favorites and one of them is tonight in the Ravens over the Dolphins. The point total is modest at 46.5 but we can expect the Ravens and one of my MVP dark horses Lamar Jackson to roll over Miami tonight.
The good news is, I've narrowed down the best options for anytime touchdown scorers for you here on Thursday Night Football. Let's get to the best anytime touchdown picks for Thursday night! Best of luck if you tail!
Dolphins vs. Ravens Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets
Devonta Freeman (+225)
With Latavius Murray listed doubtful again, Freeman will lead the Ravens backfield. We were on him to score last week and cashed him at +220. How he is priced higher at some books this week I have no idea. Miami is tied for the 6th most scores allowed to opposing running backs. Freeman has now scored in three straight weeks. It's no secret the running backs for the Ravens have scoring potential every week. Miami is allowing the 5th most points per game. Freeman was the clear lead back last week playing 57 snaps to LeVeon Bells 23. Bell is priced at +290 at some spots and I think he has a decent chance to score as well but with Freeman being the lead back in the Ravens offense we're rolling with him.
Mark Andrews (+150)
I was very tempted to go with a Ravens wide receiver here as it's a great spot up against the Dolphins secondary. Miami has allowed the most passing yards so far in the NFL. Andrews leads Baltimore in red-zone targets with 8. Sammy Watkins is expected to be back in the mix among Ravens wide receivers this week. He joins Marquise Brown and rookie Rashod Bateman. Unsure of how the snap share will shake out between Bateman and Watkins I'm fine rolling with the guy who we know will be on the field and who has a rapport with Lamar Jackson. Andrews has 5 targets in the end zone trailing only Marquise Brown on the team who has 7. He's only scored a modest three times so far this season but I expect that number to grow tonight facing a very beatable Dolphins defense that has allowed the 4th most yards to opposing tight ends.
Mike Gesicki (+245)
This breakdown is pretty simple. He is the number one tight end on the team facing the Ravens. Baltimore has allowed the 3rd most yards to tight ends on the season and that's with their bye week already passing. They've surrendered 6 scores which is tied for the 2nd most in the NFL to the position. Gesicki is in a contract year and somewhat of a breakout. He is third among all tight ends in air yards. He trails only Jaylen Waddle in red-zone targets. Surprisingly enough the Ravens have allowed the 2nd most passing yards per game so far, due in large part to their inability at slowing down tight ends. It sounds like Tua will miss his second straight game and while Jacoby Brissett was the starter in Week 3-5, Gesicki received the most targets with 25.