NFL Player Props Week 15: Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets
NFL Player Props Week 15: Top Anytime TD Scorer Bets
There's just one month left of the regular season! It's always depressing to think about the end of the NFL season but do you know what's not depressing? Hitting anytime touchdown picks. That's what we're here to do! We've had a great year of profit so far and we're looking to continue to build on that in Week 15. With COVID moving games and putting players, coaches, and staff's on the sideline it's going to be a really interesting game of cat and mouse with the books and oddsmakers the rest of the way. You can see the latest names that are out due to COVID here.
At this point, it's really important to stay on top of the breaking news because you can get a late scratch from a big name and snag a guy at crazy value. We've already seen three games moved from the weekend to Monday and Tuesday. There's a laundry list of injuries across the NFL and a fair number of lopsided spreads this week on top of that.
The good news is I've narrowed down the best anytime touchdown picks. With Week 15 of the NFL here I'm looking for another strong week of anytime touchdown picks and looking to continue to build our profit this season. Let's stay hot and keep things rolling! Best of luck if you tail!
Even better than my picks is the OddscheckerUS website compares odds from every sportsbook for every NFL game. This includes odds for anytime touchdown scorers and we find where you can get the best price for your bet.
Week 15 Top Anytime TD Bets
Christian Kirk (+185)
I'm going to just attack the Lions with the Cardinals offense this Sunday. If James Conner was 100 percent healthy coming into this one there's no doubt I would be on him to score twice. Conner is banged up though so I'm expecting Arizona to pass the ball in the red zone more than they have this season. There are so many weapons for Arizona so selecting the guys who will score is a bit of a challenge. That's why I'm opting to go with THREE different Cardinals this week because I know we're hitting two of them at a minimum. Kirk actually ranks first on this team in targets so far in 2021. I have the same faith in AJ Green to score but we're getting much better odds on Kirk here. Detroit is simply short on talent and health, which sets them up for disaster against the Cardinals offense that has had four wide receivers on the field for a league-high 19 percent of its pass plays.
Zach Ertz (+175)
Over the past six weeks, Detroit has been bludgeoned by tight ends, while Ertz has at least six targets in three of his past four games. Now Deandre Hopkins out, I fully expect Ertz to step into an even large role in the Cardinals passing game in the red zone. This game actually has the highest total set for all of Sunday so I don't mind going with the three Cardinals here.
Chase Edmonds (+190)
This is a great spot for Edmonds here to get his legs back under him in his first game back from Injured Reserve. James Conner is banged up and dealing with a bad ankle injury. There's a great chance that Conner splits more snaps than usual here in a game the Cardinals are favored by 13 points. The Lions present one of the greatest matchups for running backs as they have allowed the fourth-most rushing scores and the most receiving scores to opposing backfields. Only the Jets have allowed more running backs to find paydirt this season. We'll see if this strategy of three Cardinals pays off on Sunday!
James Robinson (+105)
This one is so boring but it's almost a banker for me this week! With Urban Meyer gone we can only hope the Jaguars respond in a positive way. They play at home and are actually favored in a game this Sunday! Robinson had a total of 39 yards on 15 touches during his last two games which is so gross. This drought comes after he had either 115 yards or a touchdown in eight of his prior nine games. There's obviously risk here, but he's still the Jaguars lead back and facing a Houston defense that has allowed a league-high 1,676 yards rushing yards and 17 touchdowns good for the fifth-most to running backs. Carlos Hyde is rued out so he'll have even less competition for touches this week.
Gabriel Davis (+310)
Davis has now scored in back-to-back weeks. The Bills take on the Panthers who have been excellent defending wide receivers so far though. Josh Allen is dealing with a foot injury that might lead the Bills to passing even more often. With six red zone and four end zone targets in his past two games, Davis should be in line for an even bigger workload if Emmanuel Sanders is out. Davis ran 52 routes on 65 Josh Allen dropbacks last week and I'm expecting this number to drop once we learn the news on Sanders. With Diggs expecting to be shadowed by Stephon Gillmore that gives Allen all the more reason to look at Gabriel Davis way more often this week.
Mike Gesicki (+200)
No Jaylen Waddle means even more targets for Gesicki! Gesicki, by the way, has six-plus targets in four of his past five games. The Jets are now tied for the fifth-most scores to tight ends and receiving yards to the position. While I love Devante Parker this game I think Gesicki can fare just as well and at better odds for us!
Michael Carter (+370)
This is a pick based on the price we're getting! This is just insane. Carter is coming off Injured Reserve this week and Robert Salah said he expects to give the rookie a significant workload against Miami. Before going on IR the Jets unleashed the rookie from Week 4 and on. He scored in four of six games before getting injured in Week 11. Miami has been extremely strong of late defending the run but this price on a guy that was averaging over 19 touches a game over the last month before his injury is crazy! Tread lightly though because Miami hasn't allowed a touchdown or more than 63 rushing yards in their past six games.
Allen Lazard (+300)
Over the past four weeks, Baltimore is allowing the fourth-most yards per completion and is allowing touchdown passes at the eighth-highest rate. Especially with Lamar Jackson expected to miss this game at the moment, I expect the Packers to get the ball in good scoring position early and often. The Ravens secondary is a shell of itself with injuries all over. I love every Packers pass catcher this week and this is a pick based on the odds we're getting once again.
Davante Adams to Score 2 (+460)
I'm not sure we'll see another time when Adams and Rodgers have a better matchup this season. We smashed on Adams last Sunday night to score twice and I truly think he does it again here on Sunday. I just told you how banged up this Ravens secondary is. Adams to score just once is -120 and that is BANKER material.
Chase Claypool (+260)
I know what you're thinking, not this guy again. Well, Claypool has burned us more than a few times this season but at some point, he needs to see some positive regression in the touchdown category right? The Titans have allowed the second-most scores to wide receivers and the most catches and yards to the position! This is the week Claypool finds pay dirt and I'm not missing out on it. He went for 95 yards on nine touches last week, and he's now reached 70 yards in six of the seven games in which he has seen six-plus targets. I'm expecting his horrible touchdown luck to change on Sunday.
Week 15 Anytime Touchdown Picks
- Christian Kirk (+185)
- Zach Ertz (+175)
- Chase Edmonds (+190)
- James Robinson (+105)
- Gabriel Davis (+310)
- Mike Gesicki (+200)
- Michael Carter (+370)
- Allen Lazard (+300)
- Davante Adams to Score 2 (+460)
- Chase Claypool (+260)
Tom Viera is an experienced betting and fantasy sports writer. Tom brings a vast knowledge of all things NFL, NBA, MLB and soccer to the OddsChecker stable of handicappers.